Tahquitz senior breaks CIF soccer record

Tahquitz senior breaks CIF soccer record

HEMET – Another season of high school sports has come and gone and what a remarkable season it was. A Tahquitz High School soccer player beat a 21-year CIF Southern Section record in Girls’ Soccer. Tahquitz’s goalkeeper, Kaylee Westmoreland, not only beat the record, but shattered it. Kari Bates, the previous record holder had 749 […]

Times Square Pizza & Bagels serves up true New York Style Pizza pies

Times Square Pizza & Bagels serves up true New York Style Pizza pies

Kristine Turner Valleystaff@reedermedia.com Authentic – “Genuine, bona fide mean being actually and exactly what is claimed,” according to Webster. When Times Square Pizza & Bagels claims they make authentic New York Style pizza pies, slices and bagels, they mean it. After years spent in Brooklyn, New York, Flatbush to be exact, Sal Joya, along with […]

Menifee sees new unbudgeted General Fund costs

While revenues from property taxes and building permit fee revenues are projected to be higher than expected in the city of Menifee an additional $365,500 will be needed from the General Fund to cover the city’s bills. The General Fund budgetarily unfunded expenditures to date this fiscal year, were explained by Menifee City Finance Director […]

Sheriff Sniff: Criminals finding new safe harbor

Sheriff Stan Sniff Special to Valley News Prop. 47, the “Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Act,” has indeed produced a safe harbor – but not for schools and neighborhoods. Instead, a swath of repeat criminals have found refuge in the measure’s broad, inflexible provisions. The statewide proposition was approved by California voters Nov. 4, and took […]

Disabled vets learning successful business entrepreneurship

Disabled vets learning successful business entrepreneurship

A group of aspiring, mostly disabled, American Veterans have found a common interest in seeking to start their own businesses and a new home at the Murrieta Innovation Center. It began with several disabled veterans meeting for coffee several times a week. Their discussions centered around, as one might expect, their prior military experiences and […]

Bradley appointed new Menifee interim city manager

Bradley appointed new Menifee interim city manager

Retired Temecula City Manager Ron Bradley has been appointed the City of Menifee’s interim city manager by the Menifee City Council effective Feb. 16, until a permanent city manager can be hired. Bradley, who has spent time not only as Temecula’s city manager but as an interim city manager in both the neighboring cities of […]

New, minority owned electrical engineering consulting firm is sparking interest in California

New, minority owned electrical engineering consulting firm is sparking interest in California

MURRIETA – Winston Engineering LLC is a new startup based in Murrieta. The company is the brainchild of Anthony Winston III, P.E. and was conceived out of the need to provide affordable, concise and quality Electrical Engineering solutions for commercial and residential buildings. He also offers mechanical and plumbing engineering and design, as well as […]

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