As member of Team USA’s All Women’s Baseball team, 18 year old Kelsie Whitmore, a Temecula native, has traveled the world doing what she loves, which is playing baseball. That national spotlight has helped her achieve more than she ever could have imagined, though she has worked hard to make sure her goals are never […]
Local restaurant Firehouse Subs celebrated its one-year anniversary with a ribbon-cutting by the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce and a presentation to the Cal Fire and Riverside County Fire departments. “Many thanks to Firehouse Subs for this amazing donation,” Battalion Fire Chief Vince O’Neal Franchise said. Owners Becsy Paraji and Marsha Chatterjee who are cousins […]
Dear Editor, We are very proud to share that our Uncle Bob’s Sports Bar & Grill community raised over $3,500 in donations during our recent TOYS-FOR-TOTS toy drive! We had some amazing help from our local businesses, youth organizations, neighborhood community and our dedicated guests and staff. A special thank you goes out to the […]
TEMECULA – Putting smiles on children’s faces on Christmas morning was the purpose of the Assistance League of Temecula Valley’s third annual Giving Tree event. To make the Christmas holiday special for foster children, Assistance League’s philanthropic program, Operation Foster Youth, received the names of foster children from its partner foster agencies, Hugs, Koinonia and […]
The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department announced the promotion of Capt. Daniel Anne to lead the crime fighting agency’s Lake Elsinore Sheriff Station.
Stephanie Lai email@example.com With the onset of heavy rains throughout the region, Lake Elsinore is feeling the effects of the recent rainfall. Good news for the City of Elsinore and Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District. Measuring 45.5 inches of recorded rainfall Dec. 19, the region has seen an increase to 56 inches within a matter […]
New Year’s celebrants who shoot off guns to ring in 2017 could face criminal charges, authorities said.
New Year’s revelers who drink and drive could find themselves under arrest, the California Highway Patrol warned today.
RIVERSIDE – Who knew your holiday trees could make life a little better for fish? The Riverside County Department of Waste Resources is working closely with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife to collect Christmas trees at county landfills and provide them for fish habitat. The county landfill department is always looking for innovative […]
Wildomar — Christmas came early for some Southwest Riverside County’s most vulnerable at-risk youth: those whose parent or parents are incarcerated. A total of 204 children were adopted of which 51 percent were females and 49 percent were males. Sixty percent were Hispanic, 25 percent Caucasian, 10 percent African-American and 5 percent other. Twenty-two percent […]