New traffic signals improve safety, traffic flow near two Menifee schools

MENIFEE – Menifee motorists will see new traffic signals have been installed at two busy intersections in the city. Traffic engineers turned on signals last week at the intersection of Holland and Bradley Roads near Paloma High School, and at Aldergate and Menifee Roads near Freedom Crest Elementary School. The city collaborated with the Menifee […]

MVUSD board reviews new teacher development plans

Ongoing plans to teach new and experienced teachers in the Murrieta Valley Unified School District how to teach in compliance with state educational standards were reviewed by the Murrieta School Board at their Sept. 10 regular meeting. Presenting the plans and goals for the 2015-2016 district teachers to meet the state school educational standards was […]

Road repairs: No new taxes required

Assemblywoman Marie Waldron Special to the Valley News Providing a reliable transportation network is one of the primary responsibilities of state government. The budget for the 2015-2016 fiscal year increases spending by $7.5 billion, and includes funding for new social/welfare entitlements. At the same time however, the new budget largely ignores basic infrastructure projects, which […]

A new twist on sleep-away summer camp

TEMECULA—Fox Mountain Adventures is bringing a unique twist to traditional sleep-away summer camp programs to Temecula Valley kids ages 10-17. Unlike other programs, it offers nighttime laser tag, live action board games and over 50 electives. At Fox, campers can choose from dozens of activities and electives each week that are intentionally designed to create […]

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