Aldi grocery approved for development on San Jacinto Avenue

SAN JACINTO –The city of San Jacinto planning commission approved a proposal from Mark Development to construct a 19,056-square-foot building on San Jacinto Avenue at Commonwealth Avenue to develop an Aldi grocery store, Monday, Aug. 21. The project consists of building the Aldi grocery store along with another 6,040-square-foot building for additional retail on the […]

San Jacinto Councilman Andrew Kotyuk seeks California Assembly seat

San Jacinto City Councilman and former Mayor Andrew Kotyuk announced his intention to run for the 42nd Assembly District seat against embattled Yucca Valley legislator, Chad Mayes, a few days before the Assemblyman was ousted from his California Republican Party leadership role. In a news release announcing his candidacy, Kotyuk wrote, “My priority will be […]

Groups appeal federal ruling in favor of travel corridor

RIVERSIDE – Environmental groups fighting a 16-mile travel corridor intended to link San Jacinto and Perris filed an appeal last week with the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, seeking reconsideration of their lawsuit challenging the project based on air pollution, wildlife habitat and other concerns. “This massive waste of taxpayer money won’t solve traffic […]

SAN JACINTO: Man hospitalized for head trauma; sheriff’s department investigating as attempted homicide

SAN JACINTO – A 44-year-old San Jacinto man found unconscious in the city’s business district was hospitalized today in critical condition with head trauma and other injuries. The attack, which Riverside County sheriff’s investigators classified as an attempted homicide, happened Wednesday night in the 1300 block of State Street, near Esplanade Avenue. The victim, whose […]

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