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Temecula Cable Car wine tours opens

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TEMECULA – Motivated by his love of fine wines and entertainment, Nightly Spirits founder Jared Broach announced the purchase of Temecula Cable Car Wine...

Murrieta Costco becomes a hot topic for those for and against it

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Protect Murrieta Families filed an appeal on the final environmental impact report for two proposed Murrieta development projects: Costco, and Vineyard II; the city,...

Coping with COVID-19: Jumpin’ Bean Party Rentals keeps jumping

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Jumpin’ Bean Party Rentals LLC in Menifee, with a tagline of “Your party is our business,”suffered economic loss during the coronavirus pandemic, as people...

‘Imagine a Day Without Water’ EMWD says

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PERRIS – Eastern Municipal Water District joined water districts and other water utility service providers across the nation, Wednesday, Oct. 21, to ask customers...

Visit Temecula Valley announces 2019 tourism economic impact numbers

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TEMECULA – Visit Temecula Valley announced its tourism impact report results for 2019, Thursday, Oct. 1. The report, which was prepared by Dean Runyan...

San Jacinto Council sees unlicensed street vendor problems rising

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A proclamation honoring San Jacinto city and other code enforcement officers led to a lengthy off-the-agenda San Jacinto City Council discussion via teleconference Tuesday,...

Get Air Temecula jumps back into business since COVID-19 shutdown

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After a long stretch of being closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, Get Air Trampoline Park in Temecula received county approval to reopen its...

Dave’s Hot Chicken to open three franchises in southwest Riverside County

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TEMECULA – Dave’s Hot Chicken, the Los Angeles-based street food turned fast-casual brand, announced Wednesday, Oct. 7, it has inked a franchise agreement with...

Is a seasonal business a timely fit for you? 4 ways to make it...

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HICKORY, N.C. – An ever-changing economy creates new opportunities for entrepreneurs, during these rocky times that COVID-19 has caused. Whether people are looking for a better...

NFPA urges caution around charging laptops and other electrical devices at home

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QUINCY, Mass. – With many students attending school remotely this fall, the National Fire Protection Association urged added caution when using and charging laptops and...