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Murrieta law firm wins two gold Stevie awards

MURRIETA – King Law Firm attorneys at Law Inc. and Rachel King have each won a gold Stevie Award at the 2019 American Business Awards. Founded in 2002, the American Business Awards are the premier business awards in the U.S.,... — Updated 6/14/2019

 
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Tools are great for Father's Day – and for investors

FALLBROOK – If you're a dad, you may well be pleased to unwrap some tools as Father's Day gifts. Of course, it might be a stereotype that all men are handy at repairs; women certa... — Updated 6/13/2019

 
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Subaru shares a whole lot of love

TEMECULA – Bill Brumbaugh, vice president and general manager of John Hine Temecula Subaru, likes to surprise the Assistance League of Temecula Valley, and surprise them he did... — Updated 6/13/2019

 
 By City News Service    News 

Pilot dies after crash at Hemet airport

The pilot of an experimental plane was fatally injured after it crashed just after takeoff Saturday, June 8, at Hemet-Ryan Airport. The twin-engine AirCam crashed on the runway at about 9:30 a.m., according to Federal Aviation... — Updated 6/14/2019

 
 By City News Service    News 

Board clears flood, mud prevention projects to continue

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors authorized the county Flood Control and Water Conservation District to continue a series of projects intended to protect communities around Lake Elsinore and the Temescal Valley at risk of... — Updated 6/14/2019

 
 By Valley News Staff    News 

Multi-agency operation in Anza Valley nets $189M worth of pot, 8 arrests

Upward of 700 law enforcement personnel from multiple agencies descended on the communities of Anza, Aguanga and Sage, Wednesday, June 5, to perform an illegal marijuana cultivation... — Updated 6/14/2019

 
 By Diane A. Rhodes    News 

Soroptimist International of Temecula Valley seeks members

TEMECULA – Soroptimist International of the Americas needs 12 members to formally recharter its Temecula Valley chapter. The nonprofit is dedicated to "improving the lives of... — Updated 6/14/2019

 
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Soboba fire opens new station

SAN JACINTO – With a nod to the past and an eye to the future, the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians officially opened its new fire station east of the Soboba Casino Resort June... — Updated 6/14/2019

 
 By Tony Ault    News 

Caltrans State Highway 74 Raised Curb Median Safety Project construction begins July 8 in Hemet

Hemet city officials, businessmen and residents attended the last public meeting with Caltrans engineers and contractors who announced June 6 that they will begin construction July... — Updated 6/14/2019

 
 By Tony Ault    News 

Murrieta City Council partners city with MYSL for new soccer complex

The Murrieta City Council in its Tuesday, June 4, meeting, entered into a public private partnership with Murrieta Youth Soccer League to help build a new soccer complex known as the Los Alamos Hill Sports Park, Phase II. The memor... — Updated 6/14/2019

 
 By Tony Ault    News 

Cannabis codes amended by San Jacinto City Council allowing limited dispensaries

A long series of amendments to San Jacinto's Municipal Code for Cannabis Oriented Businesses and Uses made by the city council brought more than a dozen residents, for and against... — Updated 6/14/2019

 
 By Jeff Pack    News 

Rash of DUI-involved deaths leaves communities stunned

In the past nine months, six people have been killed in area car collisions involving drivers that law enforcement officials have said were under the influence of alcohol or drugs.... — Updated 6/14/2019

 
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Coffee With a Cop

The California Highway Patrol and the Temecula Police Department host a Coffee With a Cop event at The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf in an effort to engage and address concerns with... — Updated 6/14/2019

 
 By City News Service    News 

Pair who ran sex trafficking operation involving teens sentenced

BANNING - Two men who put more than a dozen women and girls to work as prostitutes throughout Southern California, running the sex trafficking operation out of motels in Hemet, were each sentenced on Friday, June 14 to 15 years... — Updated 6/14/2019

 
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San Jacinto Unified to break ground on new middle school

SAN JACINTO - On Tuesday, June 18, the San Jacinto Unified School District will hold a ground-breaking event for a new middle school campus for construction at 425 N. Lyon Ave. in San Jacinto. The school is expected to open in the... — Updated 6/17/2019

 

Gosch Ford Temecula awards $53,000 in scholarships and a brand-new car to local high school seniors

TEMECULA – Gosch Ford Temecula hosted their inaugural Education First banquet Wednesday, May 29, honoring local high school seniors in the Murrieta and Temecula school districts.... — Updated 6/7/2019

 
 By Kim Harris    News

P.E.O. Murrieta Chapter FE donates books to Oak Grove

Students at Oak Grove Center have a few more books to read, thanks to the efforts of the Murrieta Chapter of Providing Educational Opportunities for Women. The philanthropic group d... — Updated 6/7/2019

 
 By Mike Hiles    News

Soboba salutes veterans

In preparation for a Memorial Day ceremony at the Soboba Cemetery, members of the Soboba Youth Council and Soboba Tribal TANF joined with employees of Soboba Parks and Recreation... — Updated 6/7/2019

 

Students can ride RTA for a quarter

TEMECULA – Quarter rides are back by popular demand. From June 1 through Sept. 2, students in grades 1-12 can flash their school IDs to ride the bus for 25 cents. For a quarter, students can catch a ride to popular destinations... — Updated 6/7/2019

 

Local chapter of mother-daughter philanthropic organization kicks off its seventh year

TEMECULA – National Charity League Inc., Temecula Valley Chapter held it's Dr. Seuss themed, "Oh the Places You'll Go" kickoff meeting for over 250 members at the rustic Terre De... — Updated 6/7/2019

 
 By Tony Ault    News

Hemet American Legion Post 53 presented Freedom Shrine by Hemet-San Jacinto Valley Exchange Club

A Freedom Shrine with copies of some of the most honored and cherished documents in America dedicated to Hemet American Legion Post 53 celebrating its 100th anniversary in the... — Updated 6/11/2019

 
 By Jeff Pack    News

Wildomar hires director to lead new Economic Development Department

The city of Wildomar announced that a familiar face in southwest Riverside County business development will lead the city's new Economic Development Department later this month. For... — Updated 6/7/2019

 
 By Tony Ault    News

Murrieta firefighters present 'Stair Climb' proceeds check to lymphoma survivor

Members of the Murrieta Firefighter Association and their Firefighter Stair Climb team with city council members gathered at Fire Station No. 1 in Murrieta to present a jumbo-sized... — Updated 6/7/2019

 
 By Tony Ault    News

Menifee council workshop reviews shipping containers, donation bins and home based business ordinances

Whether or not to permit metal shipping containers and donation bins in residential zones, and rules for home-based businesses were the topic of discussion at a Menifee City Council workshop Wednesday, May 29. Lisa Gordon, Menifee... — Updated 6/7/2019

 
 By Tony Ault    News

Hemet City Council says residents should have a 'balanced energy' choice in the future

The Hemet City Council joined with other cities across California by approving a resolution to support “balanced energy solutions” with people’s choice in choosing electric or gas for their utility in the future. The... — Updated 6/7/2019

 

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