TEMECULA – Valley News is excited to announce a new partnership with professional photographer and videographer Greg Vogel.
New hospital lures thousands of visitors – Tours showcase facility, technology, patient-centered care
About 7,000 people attended a party last week that was nearly a decade in the making. The nine-hour celebration, which gave the public its first glimpse inside Temecula’s newest landmark, marked a key milestone in a decades-long push to plan, build and open a hospital in the fast-growing city. “It’s been great,” Marcia Jackson, Temecula […]
The Anza Waste Transfer Station recently opened an e-waste bin to be used for dumping of specific electronics. The bin is a welcomed addition to the trash transfer station used by the Anza/Aguanga citizens, because it will hopefully stop the illegal dumping of old electronics along roads and driveways in the rural community. “Before the […]
What do I do after I bring my newborn baby home? Raising a child is exciting and rewarding, but can also be challenging. First 5 Riverside, the Riverside Children and Families Commission, realizes parents have many questions when they bring their new babies home. First 5 Riverside offers the following tips to help parents welcome […]
RIVERSIDE – Everything from data slides and musical performances to featured videos and a transcript of the Riverside County State of Education address are now available at www.rcoe.us/state-of-education. Riverside County Superintendent of Schools Kenneth M. Young delivered the address in two locations—on March 11 at the Renaissance Esmeralda in Indian Wells for the eastern region […]
A wide array of musical stylings will be available at this year’s Temecula Valley Family Fair. From country to pop to Christian rock, each show will offer up something for everyone, according to TVFF CEO Shannon Karrigan. “We wanted to appeal to as many families as possible,” said Karrigan, adding that it was important that […]
Jordi Toy was a typical Temecula 17-year-old girl and Rancho Christian High School senior when she was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia last September. Temecula residents responded to her illness on social media with prayers, assistance and support for Toy and her family.
Julia Adame is a typical senior in high school. Driven, charismatic, focused on the future and her dreams of pursuing her degree in speech pathology at Cal State Northridge, where she plans on attending college. But in December 2014, her world came to a screeching halt.
There’s a lot of monkey business going on in the Murrieta home of Marcia Sattley, but don’t worry because it’s all good. In her spare time, the 63-year-old grandmother is busy making cute and colorful sock monkeys to give to children who need comforting. Over the past four years, she has made hundreds of monkeys […]
Looking back at 2014’s top stories – Southwest Riverside County experienced growth, conflict and changes during past year
The opening of Temecula Valley Hospital last spring, immigration protests in Murrieta during the summer and elections of new city officials in the fall, were events that made 2014 a year of growth, conflict and changes for Southwest Riverside County. “As we begin a new year, it’s important to look back and see how our […]