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Hemet businesses prepare for Monday night protests

Vero's Ice Cream in Hemet is just one of many businesses battening down the hatches in preparation of protests expected Monday, June 1, regarding...

Menifee releases ‘Menifee CARES’ disaster recovery initiative

MENIFEE – Menifee announced the “Menifee CARES,” an online disaster recovery resource, focusing on Menifee’s economic recovery in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The...

Supervisors approve French Valley rezone

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors approved a rezone for a 13.29-acre French Valley area. The supervisors’ 5-0 vote May 19 reduces the minimum lot...

County’s jobless rate hits record high

The unemployment rate in Riverside County was 15.3%in April – the highest level recorded in the California Employment Development Department’s electronic database going back...

Improve communication skills

Sonia Alamina, Optimal Speakers Toastmaster Have you heard about Toastmasters? Toastmasters is a nonprofit organization that was founded decades ago to give members the opportunity to...

Keep a team engaged during a crisis

HOLTS SUMMIT, Mo. – COVID-19 has changed, at least temporarily, the world of work for many people as employees hunkered down at home instead...
Henry and Jack painting

Temecula Clay gives artists a creative outlet

Jennie Soderquist, owner of Temecula Clay reopened her doors Monday, May 4, at 32127 Temecula Parkway, at Vail Headquarters in Temecula. When the safer-at-home order...

Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber cancels June MEGA Mixer

The Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce announced the cancellation of the June 2020 All-Chamber MEGA Mixer due to the threat posed by the coronavirus. “It is...

Stores open doors as shoppers return to the streets

Businesses throughout the Temecula Valley have opened their doors and are welcoming back customers after a nearly two-monthlong restriction on businesses due to COVID-19...
James Stewart

Temecula mayor juggles running business and city

James Stewart wears a couple of different hats. “Stew,” as he prefers to be referred to, is the mayor of Temecula, of course. But he’s...