Three Hemet-area women have come forward with allegations of sexual harassment involving a Stater Bros. store manager and two of the grocery chain’s area locations. One of the stores is in Hemet on W. Florida and N. Sanderson Avenues and the other is in San Jacinto on S. San Jacinto and W. Esplanade Avenues. Court […]
The Board of Supervisors Tuesday, June 13, scheduled a July 11 public hearing to consider opposition to a Riverside County Fire Department request to add unpaid fire mitigation charges to the tax bills of individuals with properties throughout the county.
The Board of Supervisors Tuesday unanimously approved a $595.38 million contract with Cal Fire for firefighting and other services throughout the unincorporated areas of Riverside County and 21 cities over the next three years.
BANNING – An ex-con and another man accused of gunning down a San Jacinto woman are slated to be arraigned Monday in Banning. Traevon Denae Stewart, 40, and Michael Wayne Bird, 63, both of Banning, are accused in the April shooting death of 40-year-old Latoya Calhoun. Stewart is charged with murder, two counts of making […]
SAN JACINTO — A bicyclist died after being struck by a car and then a pickup truck Tuesday evening, June 6. The fatal accident happened along a dark section of San Jacinto Avenue near Shaver Street in San Jacinto. The same section of road has been the site of several other recent major and fatal […]
UPDATED: June 3, 7:30 p.m. SAN JACINTO — Firefighters have contained a vegetation blaze that burned for about nine hours and charred nearly 30 acres near Soboba Road in an unincorporated area of San Jacinto. Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Public Information Officer Tawny Cabral updated that the fire had been contained shortly before 9 p.m. Officials have […]
SAN JACINTO – A motorcyclist was injured in a two-vehicle crash Sunday, May 7. The head-on accident happened in a residential neighborhood at the intersection of Savory Lane and Avena Way southwest of N. Ramona Expressway in San Jacinto. After the accident, the motorcyclist was transported to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Deputies from […]
San Jacinto will be temporarily closing historic Main Street for most of the evening May 6 to celebrate Cinco de Mayo, promoting the achievements and experiences of people with a Mexican background who live in the United States. The Main Street businesses and vendors will be open during the celebration from 4 p.m. to 8 […]
UPDATE: May 3, 7 p.m. Coroner’s officials have identified the pedestrian who was killed while crossing San Jacinto Avenue, Tuesday morning, May 2. Officials identified the victim as Darrick Peters, 21, of Hemet. According to officials, Peters died after he was struck by an SUV. Peters was pronounced dead at the scene of the traffic accident […]