Menifee City Council rolls over new tax levy

The city of Menifee gathered on March 18 in regular session and pulled the scheduled adoption of the levying of special taxes for Fiscal Year 2015/16 from the agenda for further consideration. Councilman Mathew Liesemeyer, said that he believed council may have acted in “haste” and suggested the group hold off on making a decision. […]

SCT&E names new telecom sales manager

TEMECULA – Southern California Telephone & Energy announces Bill Borger as the Temecula company’s new telecom sales manager. Borger will lead the SCT&E team in the development of a business-to-business package offering arguably the best combination of service and hardware ever to be available within the Southern California region.

CHP invites new teen drivers and their parents to free driving safety class

TEMECULA—The California Highway Patrol would like to invite you and your newly, or soon to be, licensed teen driver to attend the free Start Smart teen driving safety class. The program’s aim is to educate teens to help reduce the amount of traffic collisions and injuries involving teen drivers, according to CHP Officer Mike Lassig. […]

Tri Pointe Homes announces savings event at two new townhome communities

Tri Pointe Homes announces savings event at two new townhome communities

TEMECULA – Aldea and Alegre at Paseo del Sol, two new townhome collections with six beautiful models are now open and selling in a desirable Temecula location. The community offers a resort-style pool and spa, children’s wading pool and park with play equipment, and close to home are convenient shopping, dining and services. TRI Pointe […]

New Temecula synagogue to mark High Holy Days

New Temecula synagogue to mark High Holy Days

The “Days of Awe” will soon arrive for the Jewish community and be celebrated at Temple Beth Sholom in Temecula. The Temple, which hosted its first Temecula open house on Aug. 17, will observe the Jewish High Holy Day cycle from Sept. 24 through Oct. 17. The period of special services and prayers may also […]

New school year brings new technology for Menifee students

With visionary thinking and planning the staff at Menifee Unified School District, are preparing for a influx of students in the future by expanding their high tech capabilities. As students head back to school, parents will notice their child’s classroom is not the classroom setting they grew up in as kids. At Hans Christensen Middle […]

A new tax for California motorists

ion’s highest-priced gasoline. The reasons can be debated, but at 71 cents per gallon, our highest-in-the-nation gasoline tax is a major contributing factor. Gasoline taxes fund highways and transportation projects. They are a fact of life in a state as automobile-dependent as California. Nevertheless, our overall high tax rates are frequently cited as major reasons […]

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