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 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


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 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


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


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 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


Gosch Ford holds chamber of commerce mixer

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 By Beth Haddock    News

Facebook data breach provides lessons for other businesses

The tale of how Facebook exposed the data of 50 million users to a Cambridge Analytica researcher may shine a light on how business ethics and regulatory compliance issues are struggling to keep up with fast-moving technological... — Updated 4/12/2018

 By Stephanie Lai    News

TEDx Temecula calls for speakers

TEDxTemecula is seeking speakers for their seventh annual event, which will be held Sept. 29. Applications are available until June 30. TED is an acronym for Technology, Entertainment and Design and stands for an event that has... — Updated 4/12/2018

 By Jack Teboda    News

Is your retirement plan ready for the longevity revolution?

Sometimes a whole crate of birthday candles might not be enough. Americans are living longer than ever, with the average life expectancy now rising to about 79 years. Some have referred to this trend as the “longevity... — Updated 4/9/2018


Supervisor pursues policy change to address concerns about pay disparities

RIVERSIDE – The Riverside County Board of Supervisors directed the county Department of Human Resources to begin the process of revising policies and recruitment literature to clearly reflect that the county affirms “fairness... — Updated 4/7/2018


Crush the debt that's been crushing you

Debt continues to be a crushing burden for many Americans. From credit cards to auto loans, mortgages, student loans and medical bills, a high percentage of the nation’s households have one or more of those types of debt.... — Updated 4/7/2018


Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District accepts $287,000 insurance refund

LAKE ELSINORE – The Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District's focus over the last several years on increasing employee safety and training and reducing claims has led to special... — Updated 4/6/2018


Southwest Healthcare System chief executive officer receives top honors

MURRIETA – Brad Neet, CEO of Southwest Healthcare System, was awarded the 2017 Chairman's Council Award from Universal Health Services. UHS honors individuals who inspire and... — Updated 4/5/2018

 By Peter J. Strauss    News

Forward-moving entrepreneurs evolve through three stages

Growing a business sometimes demands that the owner grow as well. The willingness and ability to evolve – in part by embracing change and creating it around them – is an important trait shared by successful entrepreneurs. The... — Updated 3/31/2018


Greenworks Lending launches in California to provide commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy capital to building owners

RIVERSIDE – The Western Riverside Council of Governments is partnering with Greenworks Lending to offer Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy financing to the 15 WRCOG member jurisdictions in Riverside County and to over... — Updated 3/31/2018


Jobless rate recedes countywide

RIVERSIDE - With most sectors of the regional economy stabilizing after the holidays, the unemployment rate in Riverside County dropped marginally in February, according to data released by state officials. The jobless rate in... — Updated 3/31/2018


Income tax filing deadline looms: be aware of tax scams and frauds

WASHINGTON – Valley residents who are scrambling to get their federal and state income tax returns completed and filed before the recently extended deadline of April 17, might consider a few tips to avoid ever-increasing tax... — Updated 3/30/2018


Eastern Municipal Water District opens online voting for annual poster contest

PERRIS – Each year, Eastern Municipal Water District’s Education Program sponsors a poster contest for grade school students within its service area, and later the winners are submitted for consideration in The Metropolitan... — Updated 3/30/2018


Southern California Edison awards local company Envirepel Energy with BioMat Tariff Power Purchase Agreement

BONSALL – Southern California Edison has awarded local company Envirepel Energy a long-term power supply contract under a California Tariff program supporting the state’s fire prevention plan called BioMat. “On March 1, the... — Updated 3/26/2018


Pala introduces headliner acts for spring and summer at their new adult entertainment complex

PALA – The opening of Pala Casino Spa & Resort’s newest amenity, its expansive swimming pool, bar and outdoor restaurant adult entertainment complex, remains right on target for Saturday, May 19. And, the plans to introduce... — Updated 3/24/2018


Countywide jobless rate rises

RIVERSIDE – Post-holiday cuts and rollbacks throughout the regional economy pushed the unemployment rate higher in Riverside County during the first month of the year, state officials announced. The jobless rate in January, based... — Updated 3/24/2018


Menifee Lakes Plaza welcomes additional quality tenants

MENIFEE – Menifee’s Economic Development Department and the developer Muirfield Properties announced several additional tenants for phase 2 of Menifee Lakes Plaza, as The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Waba Grill, Saporro Sushi,... — Updated 3/23/2018


Local Kiwanis Club inducts Kole the 'surfing dog' as Honorary Kiwanian

TEMECULA – The Kiwanis Club of Temecula Valley held a special ceremony Sunday, March 18, to induct Kole Presnillo as Honorary Kiwanian during the Kiwanis Division 37 Wine Social... — Updated 3/22/2018


Seasoned security industry expert publishes life-saving book

MURRIETA – Security industry expert Michael Julian of MPS Security releases a life-saving book, "10 Minutes to Live," which shares how essential the appropriate actions taken in... — Updated 3/17/2018


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