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Women must look beyond Social Security to help fund retirement

FALLBROOK – Women tend to depend more on Social Security for several reasons, including longer life spans, lower average earnings and more time spent away from the workforce to ca... — Updated 8/15/2019

 

Mountain Mike's Pizza opens first location in Menifee

MENIFEE – Mountain Mike’s Pizza, a California-based family-style pizza chain, announced the opening of its first restaurant in Menifee. Located in the Shoppes at the Lakes on the southeast corner of Newport and Menifee roads,... — Updated 8/15/2019

 
 By City News Service    News

One killed, one injured in head-on crash near San Jacinto

One person was killed and a second person hospitalized Saturday, Aug. 10, with injuries suffered in a head-on crash between a semi truck and a vehicle in the unincorporated Lakeview area of Riverside County near San Jacinto. Danny... — Updated 8/16/2019

 

Funding approved for Canyon Lake Pavement Project

CANYON LAKE – The Canyon Lake POA Board of Directors approved funding in an amount not to exceed $3,425,000 toward the renovations and improvements to Canyon Lake Drive North and 15 parking lots within the community of Canyon... — Updated 8/16/2019

 

Students receive school supplies and clothing for the coming school year

TEMECULA – Temecula Valley Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4089 and Auxiliary partners with Hope's Community Closet to provide clothing for 300 local students, July 27. Local... — Updated 8/16/2019

 

Murrieta completes streetlight retrofit, saving $6.5 million over 20 years

RIVERSIDE – Murrieta is the first city in western Riverside County to complete the conversion of their streetlights to LED technologies as part of a regional program to purchase and retrofit approximately 55,000 streetlights.... — Updated 8/16/2019

 

Jacob's House partners with Old Town Spice and Tea Merchants for fundraiser

TEMECULA – Jacob's House, a local nonprofit, was the beneficiary of a fundraiser held Saturday, July 20, at Old Town Spice and Tea Merchants in Temecula. Business owner, Sue... — Updated 8/16/2019

 

Temecula's online search portal for public records is now available

TEMECULA – Temecula has a new online search portal for public records. Custom search forms allow the user to find the most relevant documents. In addition to agendas, minutes, resolutions and ordinances, development and... — Updated 8/16/2019

 

Mack earns Eagle Scout rank

TEMECULA – Trevor Mack was awarded the Eagle Scout rank in Boy Scouts of America after completing his final board of review, July 18. Trevor Mack, son of Steve and Karen Mack of... — Updated 8/16/2019

 

Scouts perform flag folding ceremony for Hemet Elks meeting

HEMET – Pictured from left to right are Mike Rhodes, Eli Virgo, Baily Rhodes, Camden Rhodes, Christopher Morningstar, Guliza Gonzales, Jonathan Morningstar, Daylg Adlbert and... — Updated 8/16/2019

 

Public review period opens for Menifee's Draft Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy

MENIFEE – In response to record population growth and the need to increase local job creation, the city of Menifee has developed a Draft Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy 2019, which opens for a 30-day comment period,... — Updated 8/16/2019

 
 By Joe Naiman    News

County approves paving of Rainbow Canyon Road, Bautista Road

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors approved the paving of 17 road segments including portions of Rainbow Canyon Road in unincorporated Temecula and Bautista Road in Anza. The supervisors’ 5-0 vote, Tuesday, Aug. 6, also... — Updated 8/16/2019

 
 By Tony Ault    News

Hemet attorney suspended due to alleged misappropriation of a client's trust fund

Hemet attorney Trent Wayne Thompson has been placed on 90 days suspension of law practice and two years of conditional probation following a July 10 California Supreme Court order as a result of allegedly commingling and failing... — Updated 8/16/2019

 
 By Tony Ault    News

Menifee residents offered a look and comments on the city's next 5 to 10 year economic plans

Menifee residents have the unique opportunity to review and comment on the city council’s Draft Economic Development Strategy for the next decade. The city council at its Wednesday, Aug. 7, meeting opened the door for the... — Updated 8/16/2019

 
 By Tony Ault    News

Highway 74 repair work moving along rapidly with some resurfacing underway

Repair work to reopen Highway 74 to daytime travel with an escort is well underway as primary contractor Ames Construction crews begin resurfacing much of the reconstructed... — Updated 8/16/2019

 
 By Jeff Pack    News

Farnbach returns to TVUSD board replacing Skumawitz

Julie Farnbach, who served on the Temecula Valley Unified School District's Board of Education from 2014 to 2018, was appointed during the TVUSD board meeting Aug. 6, to fill a... — Updated 8/16/2019

 
 By Tony Ault    News

San Jacinto City Council extends industrial hemp moratorium

A moratorium that prohibits the growing of industrial hemp in San Jacinto until federal laws are clarified was extended for another 45 days by the San Jacinto City Council Aug. 6... — Updated 8/16/2019

 
 By Jeff Pack    News

Students from Daisen, Japan, visit Sister City Temecula

The Temecula Sister City Association celebrated 25 years of partnership with Daisen, Japan, located on the Sea of Japan in the Tottori Prefecture with a nine-day visit from Daisen... — Updated 8/16/2019

 
 By Lexington Howe    News

Murrieta graduate publishes first book

Sydney Alexis Horst, an 18-year-old recent high school graduate from Murrieta, has just published her first novel, "The Daughter of Dawn." "The world is so rich in fantasy,"... — Updated 8/19/2019

 
 By Tony Ault    News

Murrieta City Council gives final OK to industrial hemp sales in city

The Murrieta City Council on second reading in the Aug. 6 meeting approved the testing and sales of hemp products in the city, but made it clear that marijuana products, like cannabis, can only be tested in licensed laboratories... — Updated 8/16/2019

 
 By Jeff Pack    News

What is happening at Faith Baptist Church?

The arrest of Laverne Paul Fox, 60, a former principal of Faith Baptist Church in Wildomar, late last month has triggered conversation surrounding the activities and crimes that... — Updated 8/16/2019

 
 By Valley News Staff    News

Temecula fire chief charged with two counts in battery case

Jodie Gray, the city of Temecula's first female fire chief, pleaded not guilty to two misdemeanor counts – battery on a spouse or person whom she is cohabitating with and exhibiti... — Updated 8/16/2019

 
 By Jeff Pack    News

Lane resigns from Murrieta council after accepting presidential appointment

Murrieta Mayor Pro Tem Randon Lane announced Tuesday, Aug. 6, that he would be resigning from the city council effective Aug. 31, to accept a presidential appointment within the... — Updated 8/16/2019

 
 By Kim Harris    News

Mass shooting victims remembered at Temecula vigil

Hundreds of residents converged on the Temecula Duck Pond Friday, Aug. 9, for a candlelight vigil remembering the victims of the rash of mass shootings that have struck the... — Updated 8/16/2019

 
 By City News Service    News

Temperatures expected to cool off this weekend before more heat arrives

Temperatures will drop slightly today throughout Riverside County, but more heat is expected early next week, according to the National Weather Service. A trough of low pressure will move inland today and replace a high pressure... — Updated 8/16/2019

 

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