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Interactive programs for adults with disabilities offered at the Murrieta library

MURRIETA – The Murrieta Public Library invites adults with disabilities to a new library enrichment program, Library for All, which features activities tailored to the participant’s unique interests and ability levels. The... — Updated 4/23/2018

Lake Elsinore-Wildomar Elks Lodge installs new officers

WILDOMAR – After recent elections, Lake Elsinore-Wildomar Elks Lodge No. 2591 held its 39th annual Installation of Elks Ladies and Elks, Sunday, March 25. Both groups will serve ... — Updated 4/23/2018

Assembly Democrats kill bill to build more homes for middle-class families, Melendez says

SACRAMENTO – Assemblywoman Melissa A. Melendez, R-Lake Elsinore, announced April 10, that the Assembly Democrats killed her housing legislation, Assembly Bill 2856, to streamline housing developments for low- and middle-class... — Updated 4/23/2018

Board seeks payment for Riverside County resources committed during fires

RIVERSIDE – The Riverside County Board of Supervisors approved several formal requests for reimbursement from Santa Barbara and Sonoma counties connected to the assistance provided by Riverside County agencies during... — Updated 4/23/2018

Board OKs Edison agreement in next phase of electricity buying plan

RIVERSIDE – A divided Riverside County Board of Supervisors approved an agreement with Southern California Edison defining Riverside County’s responsibilities in establishing a “Community Choice Aggregation” program,... — Updated 4/23/2018

Unmasking vulnerability makes business leaders stronger

A company’s workers look to their leaders for answers, but sometimes those in charge are reluctant to take off their superhero mask and reveal they don’t have those answers. Instead, they’re full of questions themselves.... — Updated 4/23/2018

Temecula freshman commits to powerhouse PAC 12 school

TEMECULA – Holly Hunter, a freshman at Great Oak High School, has had an exciting soccer year from being called into the U.S. Girls National Camp, to playing for the U.S.... — Updated 4/23/2018

Local 10U team wins USSSA Desert Baseball Championship

The 10U Menace Baseball Club (MBC) out of Temecula recently played in the Spring Baseball in the Desert Tourney (USSSA) and brought home championship rings over Easter weekend.... — Updated 4/23/2018

Pala to award 2018 Lexus Rc 300, $10,000 each Friday in April, May

PALA – Pala Casino Spa & Resort will award a 2018 Lexus RC 300 automobile, sponsored by Lexus of Escondido, and $10,000 in cash each Friday in April and May in its Win-A-Lexus-Every-Friday promotion, and all anyone has to do to... — Updated 4/23/2018

Hemet's Valley-Wide Bill Gray Park recipient of Outdoor Fitness System

Valley-Wide Recreation, Healthy Valley Foundation and Friends of Valley-Wide Foundation teamed up to purchase and install an Outdoor Fitness System at Hemet's Bill Gray Park... — Updated 4/23/2018

Savor these beautiful and edible flowers

TEMECULA – Cultivating beautiful blooms is a popular pastime for gardeners near and far. While gazing at a yard full of vibrant colors or enjoying the aroma of freshly cut blooms ... — Updated 4/23/2018

Blood drive opportunities available at local high schools in April

MURRIETA – Several local high schools are hosting mobile blood drives in April in partnership with the San Diego Blood Bank. In Murrieta, Vista Murrieta High School, 28251 Clinton Keith Road, will host a blood drive in their... — Updated 4/23/2018

Avoid invasive plant species to protect the ecosystem

TEMECULA – Intuition may suggest all plants that provide habitats for wildlife and produce oxygen for the atmosphere are good no matter where they are planted; however,... — Updated 4/23/2018

San Jacinto High School selected as a host for 2018 'Refine' Art Mural Tour

SAN JACINTO – San Jacinto High School was selected as one of five Inland Empire schools to display San Bernardino artist Ivan Preciado's "Refine" mural, which was created for... — Updated 4/23/2018

Pets of the Week

Animal Friends of the Valleys Special: All cats/kittens, pit bulls and Chihuahua adoptions are just $5 (spay/neuter fees, if applicable, are additional). Dog & cat adoption... — Updated 4/23/2018

Mt. San Jacinto College students earn prestigious recognition for academics

SAN JACINTO – Mt. San Jacinto College honor students earned prestigious state and international recognition for their academic achievements and will be recognized next month.... — Updated 4/23/2018

Real estate sales must be intentional

Selling real estate must be done with intent. It isn’t something that just happens. There are three points that can make or break a deal. The first is pictures. It may seem like a silly statement but look at some of the... — Updated 4/23/2018

Real Estate Round-Up:

Recently we have received a number of calls from buyers who just want to work with the listing agent directly. Since our business model is primarily with listings, this could be... — Updated 4/23/2018

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