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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...

Menifee offices, lobbies to reopen with modified in-person hours

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With the recent change from a purple tier to red tier, Menifee reopened its city offices to the public with a modified schedule, including...

San Bernardino, Cleveland national forests remain closed

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Some of the national forests in California are now open for limited activity, but neither of the federal preserves in Riverside County are open...

MVUSD votes to offer hybrid learning model to students in November, January

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Jeff Pack Staff Writer The Murrieta Valley Unified School District Board of Education ultimately unanimously approved the district staff’s proposal to reopen school campuses to students...

Menifee City Council allocates more CDBG money for homeless, food programs

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The Menifee City Council, seeing the city’s homeless population in need of more help, resolved to make a “substantial amendment” to its 2019-2020 annual...

The bigger question: when and how can businesses begin to reopen?

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Effective as of Aug. 31, California now has colored tiers which depict which county is more apt to be widespread in transmitting COVID-19 among...

TVUSD to move forward with drafting waiver application plans, though no final decision made...

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The Temecula Valley Unified School District board of education Tuesday, Sept. 1, gave district staff the green light to continue moving forward with plans...

COVID-19: New tier system in place, hospitalizations continue to decrease

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom unveiled in a news conference Friday, Aug. 28, a new blueprint for business sector reopenings that includes a color-coded, tiered...
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Hemet barbershops reject latest business restrictions

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s latest mandate that barber shops and hair salons must close again due to the upsurge of coronavirus cases, is not...

Hemet’s Harvard Street merchants work to survive COVID-19 economic downturn

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Historically significant Harvard Street in downtown Hemet, which is becoming the center of the city’s effort to bring art and culture to its residents,...