Hemet City Manager Meyerhoff resigns

Hemet City Manager Meyerhoff resigns

It was announced that after less than two years on the job, Alex Meyerhoff resigned his position as the Hemet city manager following a Hemet City Council closed session meeting Aug. 8. Hemet City Attorney Eric Vail made the announcement as the city council came out of the closed-door session and said that the Hemet […]

Home sales drop, prices stay put

RIVERSIDE – The median price of a single-family home in Riverside County barely budged last month, while sales of existing homes dropped by double digits, the California Association of Realtors reported today. The median home price countywide in July was $385,500, compared to $385,000 in June, according to CAR. On a year-over-year level, the price […]

Lifelong lovers celebrate 70th anniversary

Atria Park of Vintage Hills is home to a number of high school sweethearts and those who were lucky enough to find their lover early in life. One couple, Ralph and Evelyn Heitz, who were married in 1947, recently celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary. To commemorate the very special anniversary, Heitz’ celebrated with a vow […]

Inland Empire Myasthenia Gravis walk set for Nov. 19 in Menifee’s Spirit Park

Esther Bolger and her husband David were enjoying their “Golden Years” in Menifee’s Sun City when suddenly in 2014 David’s eyelids began drooping for no apparent reason. In a very short time he became exhausted with little exercise. He had trouble swallowing and a trip to the doctor was in order. Fortunately, the newer doctor […]

Constitutional Association celebrates its 2nd anniversary

Constitutional Association celebrates its 2nd anniversary

MENIFEE – The Constitutional Association, based in Menifee, held its second annual anniversary dinner Saturday, July 15, at the Wildomar Elks Lodge. The dinner theme was “Make America Constitutional again.” Tickets sales surpassed the previous year. Held with the hope of uniting others through the Constitution, the dinner brought together local residents who are active in contacting Washington and […]

Murrieta City Council considers action on non-permitted construction in residential neighborhoods

Murrieta City Council considered action against non-permitted recreational vehicles driveways and garages during a special workshop before the regular city council meeting, Aug. 1. Illegal RV-related structures are a growing issue in the city of Murrieta, according to a presentation from Assistant City Manager Ivan Holler. “There are a number of locations in the city […]

Positions are available with the Temecula Public/Traffic Safety Commission and Community Services Commission

TEMECULA – The Temecula City Council invites interested residents to apply for two positions on the Public/Traffic Safety Commission. The positions are for full three-year terms through Oct. 10, 2020. The Temecula City Council also invites interested residents to apply for one position on the Community Services Commission. The position is for a full three-year […]

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