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Ask Trader Joe's to ditch gestation crates

It’s 2018, let’s keep the pressure on Trader Joe’s to ditch the gestation crates. Over one quarter of a million people have... — Updated 1/11/2018


Breakfast organizers thank helpers and donors

It is with a very full heart that we’d like to thank the Bonsall Unified School District administration, staff, parents, and... — Updated 1/11/2018


Trump's tax reform and the end of California's Gilded Age

The doomsayers, Democrat and Republican alike, establishment media and swamp-folk in lockstep, continue to writhe and gnash their... — Updated 1/11/2018


No drugged driving allowed

California’s new law legalizing the use of recreational marijuana went into effect January 1. Hopefully, the negative impacts on... — Updated 1/11/2018


Where is Solomon?

So, I went into Denny's Restaurant recently and expected to see Solomon's friendly face once again yet he was not there. I have... — Updated 1/7/2018


Re: Wreaths Across America ceremony remembers fallen veterans [Village News, 12/28/17]

My family was so pleased to see coverage in the Village News of the 'Wreaths Across America' ceremony that took place at the... — Updated 1/7/2018


Back to session 2018

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) Some 120 California legislators will reconvene Jan. 3 to begin the second half of the... — Updated 1/7/2018


Someone's on the Naughty List

So, when I first arrived in Fallbrook, I was informed with a stern matter of fact voice that there were two challenges in... — Updated 1/4/2018


A Fire Story

Everyone probably has a story about the Lilac Fire. Here is one about an unsung hero who was giving back. Near the epicenter of the... — Updated 1/2/2018


Shopping local equals great service

Over the last months, I've had occasion to use a number of local businesses, including restaurants, auto repair, tire store, auto... — Updated 1/2/2018


Community shows compassion to evacuees

The show of love and support from the communities in and around Fallbrook during Thursday night’s Lilac fire evacuation (Dec. 7)... — Updated 1/2/2018


Special committees at work

The Legislature is halfway through its 2017-2018 session, but work has continued since recess began in September. I am a member of... — Updated 1/2/2018

 By Julie Reeder    Opinion

We're celebrating 20 years!

I must hear once a week, “But aren’t newspapers dying?” or there’s even the person who says it authoritatively to me like... — Updated 12/24/2017 Full story


The day the circus came to town (FPUD's Dog & Pony Show)

On Dec. 11, the second meeting was held, to a packed crowd, and by now everyone knows the decision FPUD made. (They all must have... — Updated 12/24/2017 Full story


High diesel taxes hurt everyone

When the new 12 cent per gallon gas tax increase went into effect Nov. 1, hardworking Californians took an immediate hit. The tax... — Updated 12/24/2017 Full story


Village News' 20-year anniversary starts with Lilac Fire

It’s been another one of those weeks. As we were making plans to celebrate our 20-year anniversary, the Lilac Fire broke out.... — Updated 12/13/2017


Local ownership difference between Fallbrook newspaper and Chargers

In December, the National Football League's Chargers will be concluding their first season since leaving San Diego for Los Angeles.... — Updated 12/13/2017


Lilac Fire aftermath

Assemblymember Marie WaldronAD-75 (R) On Dec. 7, Governor Brown declared a state... — Updated 12/13/2017 Full story


REAL ID is coming

Assemblywoman Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) Get ready to visit the Department of Motor... — Updated 12/10/2017 Full story


Re: California Sculpture Academy is now homeless [Village News letter, 11/16/17]

This letter is in response to a recent letter regarding landlord-tenant issues at the Fallbrook School of the Arts campus. When we... — Updated 12/10/2017


Ratepayers need to pay attention to FPUD budget

This is in response to a mention of Jack Bebee's salary in a story about FPUD (Fallbrook Public Utility District) back in October.... — Updated 12/10/2017 Full story


Our $500 Bunny

After our car had sat idle in our driveway for several days, we decided to do some shopping in Temecula and get gas. So off we go... — Updated 12/10/2017


Hacking public infrastructure

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) Last week, Cyber-criminal hackers attacked the Sacramento Regional Transit system (SacRT),... — Updated 11/30/2017


Horse Creek Ranch causing concern

Where will they get water for Fallbrook’s latest development known as Horse Creek Ridge to include condos, homes, shopping... — Updated 11/30/2017


A fundraising idea for youth

This year our church in Fallbrook started collecting cans and bottles that had deposits on them, from members of the church, on... — Updated 11/30/2017 Full story


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