Wildfire preparedness critical to save lives, property

Wildfire preparedness critical to save lives, property

Here in Southern California Wildfire is always a risk. But, the recent fires in Murrieta and the Fallbrook area should serve as a reminder as how important it is to be ready should a wildfire occur. A good place to start is at the website, www.readyforwildfire.org, where readers can download Cal Fire’s Ready for Wildfire […]

Residents return home following fast-moving Lilac Fire

Residents return home following fast-moving Lilac Fire

Reeder Media Staff [email protected] North County residents are returning to their homes following a wildfire that scorched 4,100 acres between Fallbrook and Oceanside. As of press time, officials have reported 92 percent containment of the Lilac Fire which officials don’t expect to fully contain until Dec. 21, which would mark exactly two weeks since it erupted for unknown […]

Horse Creek Ridge to host Model Grand Opening, Sept. 30

Horse Creek Ridge to host Model Grand Opening, Sept. 30

FALLBROOK – D.R. Horton is bringing a new collection of family homes to Fallbrook. The 396-acre master-planned community of Horse Creek Ridge will be an amenity-rich residential destination where home is much more than a house. Interested homebuyers will have the opportunity to tour the community’s stylish model homes during the Model Grand Opening event […]

Fallbrook institutes wayfinding signage

Fallbrook institutes wayfinding signage

Finding downtown Fallbrook is often a problem for first-time visitors, and for years – 10 years to be exact – town leaders have been trying to get approval to put up wayfinding and directional signs. “The goal was very simple – to have directional signs coming into town – but the policies of the county […]

I-15 traffic congests Rainbow as residents fight back

I-15 traffic congests Rainbow as residents fight back

When traffic backs up on Interstate 15, usually during the afternoon rush hour, more and more commuters are opting to detour through Rainbow, much to the dismay of the residents there. Many of the 1,800 residents of Rainbow are affected by the increasing number of cars traveling through their small community from 3:30 to 6:30 […]

Fallbrook Chamber taps into wine craze with Wine & A Bite Art Walk

Fallbrook Chamber taps into wine craze with Wine & A Bite Art Walk

While Fallbrook is well-known for avocados, the number of wineries and vineyards has increased dramatically in the last few years. There are now nine local wineries which belong to the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce, many of which take part in the chamber’s Wine & A Bite Art Walk events. Guests at the event, held Friday, […]

Fallbrook’s first canine mayor helps raise over $20,006

Fallbrook’s first canine mayor helps raise over $20,006

Most electoral races are dog-eat-dog, but the inaugural canine mayor election in Fallbrook involved lots of smiles and wagging tails. Vince Ross Village Square was full of music, fun and dog-loving folk, as they waited for the winning candidate to be announced May 13. Miss Fallbrook and her court, in addition to campaign managers and […]

FALLBROOK: Two arrested during massage parlor prostitution stings

FALLBROOK: Two arrested during massage parlor prostitution stings

FALLBROOK — Two women from two different Fallbrook area businesses were arrested after a multi-agency coordinated prostitution sting, Friday, June 2. Today’s arrests followed complaints from the community regarding several local massage parlors, said Fallbrook Sheriff Substation Lieutenant Patrick Gardner. The women were arrested at Jasmine Massage at 412 South Main Avenue and Coco Massage at 1075 […]

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