One person was killed and three others seriously injured today in a head-on crash in San Jacinto. The collision occurred about 4:30 p.m. on the westbound Ramona Expressway, near Warren Road, according to the California Highway Patrol. A Toyota Scion and another sedan collided when one of the drivers crossed into oncoming traffic, a CHP […]
The candles glimmered. Heads were bowed. Prayers and thoughts went out to God for the many lives lost and families traumatized by the recent hurricanes, mass shootings, earthquakes, wildfires, sexual assaults and racial strife that have plague the nation this past year. Gathered together in San Jacinto’s Hoffman Park Thursday, Nov. 9, were 52 Hemet […]
Authorities have identified a woman who was shot to death in San Jacinto.
A woman was shot and killed Sunday in an apparent homicide in San Jacinto. Authorities received an assault with a deadly weapon call at about 3:15 p.m. near North Dillon Avenue and South State Street, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. When deputies arrived at the scene they found a woman who had been […]
A San Jacinto man died at a Hemet hospital on Sunday, Nov. 12 following a family disturbance several days earlier and homicide detectives were investigating his death, sheriff’s officials said. Osvaldo Narvarro, 42, was pronounced dead at 8:10 a.m. Sunday at Hemet Valley Medical Center, according to a Riverside County coroner press release. About 10 […]
HEMET – Desert Hills Memory Care, located at 25818 Columbia Street in Hemet, is giving back to the community in the Hemet San Jacinto Valley. Residents and associates from Desert Hills volunteered at Valley Restart Shelter Thursday, Sept. 21, on the first of several service days the community will be spending at VRS. Valley Restart […]
Although the San Jacinto City Council has voted to permit 16 marijuana growers to begin operations in the city, it upheld its current ordinances to prohibit marijuana dispensaries from opening and dismissed a request to allow cannabis testing laboratories in the city at the Oct. 17 city council meeting. The request to open cannabis dispensaries […]
Two brothers accused of shooting a San Jacinto man during a dispute and then hiding out in their home, triggering an hours-long standoff, were both charged yesterday with attempted murder and other felonies.
One man has been taking into custody following an officer involved shooting in Hemet, police officials have reported. The incident occurred following a police pursuit in the early morning hours Sunday, Oct. 8.
Reviewing the city of San Jacinto’s recent rapid economic and residential growth was Mayor Scott Miller at the annual State of the City address breakfast, sponsored by the San Jacinto Chamber of Commerce, at the Soboba Springs Country Club, Friday, Sept. 22. Touting the city’s recent record-breaking new housing developments, a 480,000-square-foot Indian casino under […]