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Old Town Temecula restaurant faces backlash on social media

Gerry Kent, owner of the PUBlic House in Old Town Temecula, posted a video, Dec. 7, expressing his thoughts about California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s...

With loan money gone, restaurants are at mercy of coronavirus

NEW YORK (AP) — The check has arrived and beleaguered restaurant owners across America are looking down on their empty wallets. Government coronavirus loans in...

California virus ‘strike teams’ issue few citations

Adam Beam and Don Thompson, The Associated Press Newly formed “strike teams” of state inspectors contacted thousands of California businesses over the long Independence Day weekend...

More businesses close as employees test positive for COVID-19

Wilson Creek Winery in Temecula Wine Country announced the temporary closure of their tasting room and the Creekside Grille Restaurant as of Wednesday, June...

Area restaurants rolling with the guidelines to reopen

Remember when you would stroll into a restaurant, see a couple of empty tables in the distance and know that you would be seated...

Two cities offer programs to support restaurant reopenings

With the approval of plans approved by the state of California to open Riverside County, the cities of Menifee and Murrieta have introduced plans which...

Be Good Restaurant and Experience moving into vacant Rosa’s location

Jeff Pack Staff Writer Now that things are opening up a little bit and people are moving about more, a trip to Old Town Temecula might...

Small restaurant hangs on with support of community 

Jeff Pack Staff Writer  If he’s honest, Kevin Williams, owner of Wingman’s Wings in The Cookhouse Food Hall at Vail Headquarters in Temecula, had no idea...
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Restaurants are open and essential, and you’re still welcome to drive-thru or pickup

Todd Graves Special to Valley News In light of the most recent updates regarding COVID-19, several cities and states have issued a stay-at-home mandate, and more...

Local businesses navigate ‘a moving target’

The streets are quiet, the businesses in southwest Riverside County that line them are even more quiet. And yet, many of the businesses deemed essential...