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Celebrate Halloween safely during the COVID-19 pandemic

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PASADENA – For many children of all ages, Halloween is synonymous with the American tradition of dressing up in costume and heading out into...

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...

Soboba Tribal Preschool celebrates Native American Heritage Week

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Native American Day is celebrated across the United States and in lieu of Columbus Day in California and Nevada on the fourth Friday in...

TVUSD requires proof of enrollment for grab-and-go meals after rush from outside district

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The Temecula Valley Unified School District has made some adjustments to its grab-and-go meal distribution after it was overwhelmed with demand in September, a...

Pala Community Park gets a new name

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Pala Community Park in Temecula is getting a new name: Friendship Park. The name change comes at the request of Councilmember Mike Naggar, who said...
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Don’t let COVID-19 prevent your child’s annual doctor visit

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Dr. Donna O’Shea, UnitedHealthcare The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the way of life in California, the country and across the world. In recent months, stay-at-home orders,...
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Is quarantining negatively affecting children?

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The American Counseling Association, Special to Valley News Most schools closed in mid-spring. Playgrounds in many areas are taped off. Sports programs from baseball to swim...

How to avoid dehydration in the great outdoors

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TEMECULA – Hiking, fishing and swimming are among the more popular ways to experience the great outdoors. Outdoor enthusiasts may find nothing better than...

Hundreds protest child sex trafficking in Temecula

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Hundreds of people came out to support anti-child sex trafficking efforts Thursday, July 30, on World Day Against Trafficking in Persons at the Temecula...

Teach your children to avoid the mistakes you made with money

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WASHINGTON CROSSING, Penn. – Numerous surveys show that many Americans live paycheck to paycheck, have little saved for retirement and lack fundamental financial knowledge. Part of...