Bob Garver Special to Valley News Who says everything from 2016 has to be bad? There were plenty of bright spots this year, at least in terms of movies. It’s true that I missed out on some successes, both commercial (“Central Intelligence,” “Bad Moms”) and critical (“Miss Sloane,” “Paterson”), but I think I’ve seen a […]
The year 2016 was a year of growth and change for the valleys covered under the umbrella of Valley News. In addition to some surprising elections and ones that weren’t so surprising, there was plenty of pomp and circumstance and lots of fun throughout the area over the past year. Here is a look at […]
TEMECULA – The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce seven outstanding Temecula students as 2016 Student of the Year. Each of these students received a college scholarship valued at $1,771 from the Temecula and Murrieta business community. The students and their families were treated to a formal breakfast at Sizzler Restaurant in […]
Veteran Riverside County prosecutor Burke Strunsky and two longtime defense attorneys all have their sights set on the sole judicial seat up for grabs in today’s primary, MORE.
New and familiar names will be on today’s election ballot, competing in congressional races throughout Riverside County. In the 36th congressional district, which encompasses the entire Coachella Valley — stretching east to Blythe and west to Hemet — Sen. Jeff Stone, R-Temecula, and accountant Stephan Wolkowicz are vying to displace Rep. Raul Ruiz, D-Palm Desert. […]
A fifth-grader at Garretson Elementary School in Corona will be among 45 spellers competing in today’s finals of the 89th Scripps National Spelling Bee in National Harbor, Maryland, out of an initial field of 285. Aisha K. Randhawa correctly spelled colcannon — an Irish cabbage-and- potato dish — and discountenance — meaning disapproval or an […]
Hillary Clinton continues her bid for the Democratic Presidential Candidacy across southern California today. MORE.
Tickets will go sale at 10 a.m. today for “The Desert Trip,” a three- day festival in October at Indio’s Empire Polo Grounds featuring six legendary classic rock acts. Single-day general admission passes are priced at $199 and three-day passes at $399. Passes with shuttle service are $224 for a single day and $424 for […]
Desert Trip concert is a go… MORE…
The heavy rainfall that was expected today in the Inland Empire never came. Despite the National Weather Service’s predictions of heavy rainfall this morning, totals ranged from only .01 to .04 inches in the Inland Empire from 8 p.m. Saturday to 8 a.m. today. According to the NWS, Temecula has not seen any rain. Hemet […]