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Practice fire safety for furry family members

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Family Features, Special to Valley News If you have a fire escape plan in place for your home, you’re steps ahead of many Americans. According to...
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Ten things to pray for Rosh Hashanah

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Rabbi Marc Rubenstein, Special to Valley News We have been doing a lot of praying together for Rosh Hashanah, and we will be doing even more...

Temecula City Council votes to allow bicycles on sidewalks

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Riding bicycles on sidewalks is now allowed in the city of Temecula. The Temecula City Council voted Aug. 25 to adopt a resolution changing the...

Lake Elsinore City Council agreement with Hartzog & Crabill Inc.

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Lake Elsinore City Council approved a contract with Hartzog and Crabill Inc. for $3,596 for on-call traffic operations and services during its Tuesday, July...

Tips to keep pets safe this July 4

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American Humane Society, Special to Valley News Independence Day may be fun for people, but for pets, it can be frightening and even dangerous. July...

Create a fire safety plan to include pets

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TEMECULA – Fire safety measures are essential yet often overlooked. In addition to outlining the proper action to take should a fire break out,...

Area restaurants rolling with the guidelines to reopen

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

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TEMECULA – Summer is in full swing, and the hot weather can be unbearable for people and animals alike. The American Humane Society suggested...

Will they show up? Local businesses preparing for the unknown with coronavirus issue

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Jeff Pack Staff Writer It might be the unknown that is weighing most on the hearts and minds of many in the business community as they...

Stock the car for roadside emergencies

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TEMECULA – Disasters can happen in a flash, and having a plan in place for common emergency situations can make it easier to handle...