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 By Alex Groves    News 

Wildomar council considers how to move forward on sales tax increase, marijuana sales

Wildomar City Council last week directed city staff to begin putting together a proposal for a 1 cent sales tax increase but decided to not make any immediate decisions on pot busin... — Updated 4/21/2018

 
 By Tony Ault    News 

Menifee City Council seeks November vote on adding a 5th District and appointing mayor

Menifee City Council is moving forward in placing two initiatives on the November ballot that would eliminate the current elected mayor at-large and four district government, in favor of a five-district council with unlimited... — Updated 4/20/2018

 
 By CNS    News 

Dozens detained after mall brawl

MORENO VALLEY – Dozens of teens were involved in brawl at the Moreno Valley Mall and detained by deputies, a spokesman for the Riverside County Sheriff's Department said Saturday, April 21. The fight broke out at about 7 p.m.... — Updated 4/21/2018

 
 By Joe Naiman    News 

Bids authorized for Grand Avenue resurfacing

The County of Riverside's Department of Transportation and Land Management is now accepting bids to resurface Grand Avenue in the West Elsinore area between Machado Street and Plumas Street. A 5-0 Riverside County Board of... — Updated 4/21/2018

 
 By CNS    News 

Firefighters rescue hiker near Murrieta

MURRIETA – A woman who fell ill while hiking on a remote trail in the unincorporated area of De Luz was rescued by firefighters Saturday, April 21. The medical emergency was reported at 1:24 p.m. on the Vernal Pool Trail near... — Updated 4/21/2018

 
 By City News Service    News

Law enforcement patrol rates increase, but not as much as expected

Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff announced today that the rates charged to 17 cities that contract with the county for law enforcement services will not jump as high as expected, despite mounting cost pressures. According to a... — Updated 4/20/2018 Full story

 
 By Tony Ault    News

Hemet's Measure U added police, helps to reduce city crime rates

The hiring of 17 sworn police officers and two dispatchers during the past year by the Hemet Police Department is beginning to show a significant drop in crimes in the city,... — Updated 4/20/2018

 
 By Tony Ault    News

Murrieta Council approves effort to recapture RDA money from California

Murrieta City Council upheld its approval of helping fund the effort to return a portion of Redevelopment Funds taken away by the state in 2011 and tabled a decision to join a regional Joint Powers Authority promising to provide... — Updated 4/20/2018

 

Young people are invited to apply for $5,000 grants

MCLEAN, Va. – Know a young person between the ages of 16 and 25 who has demonstrated an enthusiasm and passion for an innovative idea or project?  Are they working or developing new ideas in areas such as music, the performing... — Updated 4/20/2018

 
 By Alex Groves    News

Temecula City Council extends reward for information in slaying of popular guitar store employee

The Temecula City Council voted Tuesday, April 10, to extend a $25,000 reward for information or evidence leading to an arrest or conviction in the slaying of a well-known guitar... — Updated 4/19/2018

 

The Wings of Freedom Tour flies into the McClellan- Palomar Airport, April 20-22

CARLSBAD – In honor of World War II veterans, the Collings Foundation’s Wings of Freedom Tour brings extremely rare bomber and fighter aircraft for local living history display as part of 110-city nationwide tour. The B-17... — Updated 4/19/2018

 
 By Joe Naiman    News

County soliciting bids for Pourroy Road traffic signal

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors authorized the advertisement for bids to provide a traffic signal in French Valley at the intersection of Pourroy Road and the section of Pourroy Road which will be renamed Butterfield... — Updated 4/19/2018

 
 By Kim Harris    News

Hundreds pay tribute to Holocaust victims, survivors during annual March of Remembrance

Hundreds of people gathered at Murrieta's town Square Park Sunday, April 15, where they paid tribute to survivors and victims of the Holocaust during the fifth annual March of Remem... — Updated 4/19/2018

 
 By Alex Groves    News

Runners honoring fallen veterans make stop in Temecula

Participants in a run across the country to honor fallen veterans made a stop at the Temecula Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4089 Tuesday, April 10, where they were greeted by... — Updated 4/19/2018

 

Small Business Referral Group expands the networking experience

TEMECULA – The late, great Zig Ziglar, arguably one the most inspiring sales trainers and motivational speakers in the world, once said, “If people like you, they’ll listen to you, but if they trust you, they'll do business... — Updated 4/19/2018

 
 By Alex Groves    News

MURRIETA: Motorcyclist crashes head-on with car trying to evade CHP, is killed

A 51-year-old Palm Desert man suffered fatal injuries Sunday, April 15, when he crashed head-on with a car in Murrieta as he tried to evade a pursuing CHP officer. According to California Highway Patrol Officer Mike Lassig, a CHP... — Updated 4/16/2018 Full story

 
 By Alex Groves    News

Hearing a loud noise? That may just be Camp Pendleton

Residents of Southwest Riverside County and North San Diego County may hear loud booming noises during the day as Camp Pendleton fires High Explosive munitions as part of an... — Updated 4/16/2018 Full story

 
 By City News Service    News

Motorist injured in Ortega Highway crash

A motorist was injured today in a rollover crash on the Ortega Highway just west of Lake Elsinore. A pickup truck overturned shortly after 11 a.m. on the eastbound side of the 74, in the area of the El Cariso campground, after the... — Updated 4/17/2018 Full story

 

AAA launches initiative to reduce deadly distracted driving

TEMECULA – As National Distracted Driving Awareness Month begins, AAA Northern New England is launching a new, multi-year initiative that aims to reduce deaths and injuries as a result of cellphone use by drivers. “Don’t... — Updated 4/16/2018

 
 By Tony Ault    News

Replacement Soboba Casino and Resort rapidly moves ahead

The construction of one of the largest, single commercial construction projects in the Hemet-San Jacinto Valley, the replacement Soboba Casino and Resort, continues well underway... — Updated 4/16/2018

 

Operation Homefront names Murrieta resident as regional volunteer of the year

SAN DIEGO – Operation Homefront, the national nonprofit serving America's military families, announced that Rosie Wells of Murrieta is its 2017 Volunteer of the Year for the... — Updated 4/16/2018

 
 By Eric Kearney    News

8 in 10 Americans are not financially prepared to retire

How much money will it take to continue living comfortably during retirement? A recent article in USA Today said that 8 in 10 Americans have no idea how much they should be saving for when they leave the workforce. Retiring on... — Updated 4/15/2018

 

Hemet City Council recognizes Japanese students and chaperones

Hemet City Council recognizes seven visiting students and their adult chaperones from Hemet's sister city, Miyagi, Japan, at the March 27 council meeting. The Japanese students are... — Updated 4/15/2018

 
 By Tony Ault    News

San Jacinto celebrates 130th birthday

San Jacinto councilmembers, city staff, school officials and invited guests wearing their best black and whites and fine dresses celebrated San Jacinto's 130th birthday at the... — Updated 4/13/2018

 
 By Tony Ault    News

San Jacinto City Council action

The San Jacinto Unified School District electric power bills may soon decrease with the action of the San Jacinto City Council approving a new electric generation rate schedule through the Community Choice Aggregation program,... — Updated 4/13/2018

 

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