Live Artillery Training to Commence at Camp Pendleton; Road Closures

SAN DIEGO - Camp Pendleton will begin live-fire mortar and artillery training today, with explosions that may be heard up to 50 miles away. Live-fire mortars will hit the ``whiskey'' and ``Zulu'' impact areas of the base from 6... — Updated 10/1/2023 Full story

`Trailblazer': Sen. Dianne Feinstein Dies at 90

SAN DIEGO - Sen. Dianne Feinstein, who was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1992 to become the first woman to represent California in that body, died at her home in Washington, D.C.,... — Updated 9/29/2023 Full story

Fallbrook Chamber collaborates with the community

Lucette Moramarco Associate Editor At the beginning of the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce's State of the Chamber event, CEO Lila Hargrove said she wanted to put a spotlight on... — Updated 9/28/2023

Fallbrook CPG votes to join county Association of Planning Groups

Joe Naiman Village News Reporter The Fallbrook Community Planning Group has joined the Association of Planning Groups – San Diego County. The Sept. 18 planning group meeting included a 13-0 vote, with J.J. Neese and Debbie... — Updated 9/28/2023

BWC honors service to the community

BONSALL – Bonsall Woman's Club opened their 2023-24 year by honoring members' service to their club and the Bonsall-Fallbrook community. President Mary Jo Pfaff thanked all... — Updated 9/28/2023 Full story

Numbers encouraging for future of Warriors boys water polo

Joe Naiman Village News Reporter A 20-9 home loss Sept. 21 against Oceanside gave Fallbrook High School’s boys water polo team a 2-6 record for 2023, but the participation... — Updated 9/28/2023

Bobcats boys, Vikings girls win Pauma Volleyball Tournament

Joe Naiman Village News Reporter Seven small middle schools and K-8 elementary schools in northern San Diego County and southern Riverside County compete in monthly athletic... — Updated 9/28/2023

Toxic and poisonous plants are out in the landscape

Roger Boddaert Special to the Village News Do you know that there are a group of plants that lurk out in the garden, that have many toxic components, and are poisonous? Toxic... — Updated 9/28/2023

Save Our Forest celebrates 30th anniversary

FALLBROOK – Save Our Forest volunteers and donors gather annually to highlight the achievements of the past year, and to recognize the Volunteer of the Year. This was a special... — Updated 9/28/2023

Live burn demonstration shows effectiveness of research-based wildfire mitigation actions

SACRAMENTO – The Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS), in collaboration with Cal Fire – Office of the State Fire Marshal and Sacramento City Fire,... — Updated 9/28/2023

California cities, counties frustrated by homeless camps, complain to US Supreme Court

By Carol Cassis The Epoch Times Some local officials filed a legal brief to the U.S. Supreme Court last week seeking guidance on dealing with homeless encampments, which they say have become out of control. The California State... — Updated 9/28/2023 Full story

Immigration failures

Supervisor Jim Desmond 5th District For the past four days, we have witnessed an unprecedented influx of migrants from all corners of the world being dropped off at transit stations throughout San Diego County. At the time of... — Updated 9/28/2023 Full story

Showstopper Galaxy of Glass opens at Fallbrook Art Center

Julie Reeder Publisher The Fallbrook Art Center’s 26th Annual Galaxy of Glass exhibition – Capturing Light, Art and Nature, opened Sept. 23. Artists, local residents and... — Updated 9/28/2023

Ayala hasn't abdicated accordion crown

Joe Naiman Village News Reporter Ramon Ayala y Sus Bravos del Norte performed an Aug. 27 concert at Pala Casino's Palomar Starlight Theater. Ayala is often billed as "El Rey de... — Updated 9/28/2023

Encore begins new season

FALLBROOK - The new Encore season is out of the chute, full speed ahead! Members benefited from an informative presentation by North County Fire at the September Coffee Meeting,... — Updated 9/28/2023

Trikafta, revolutionary cystic fibrosis drug, wins $3 Million Breakthrough Prize

Village News Staff Researchers behind the groundbreaking cystic fibrosis treatment, Trikafta, have been honored with the prestigious $3-million Breakthrough Prize. Sabine Hadida,... — Updated 9/28/2023

Anti-Human Trafficking Collaborative to meet Oct. 12

VISTA — Soroptimist International of Vista and North County Inland will host the North County Anti-Human Trafficking Collaborative meeting Thursday, Oct. 12, at 9 a.m. The meeting will be held at United Methodist Church of... — Updated 9/28/2023

Camp Pendleton on list of US Military Barracks in substandard condition: Report

Naveen Athrappully The Epoch Times Thousands of U.S. military personnel are residing in unclean conditions, exposed to sewage, toxic water, mold, and potential infections, according to a recent report by a governmental watchdog,... — Updated 9/28/2023

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