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Koutsenko to demonstrate at FAA meeting

FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Art Association welcomes Igor Koutsenko who will demonstrate his exquisite use of color and form in the use of oil for painting lovely florals, landscapes, o... — Updated 3/17/2023


Grief workshop for people who recently lost a loved one

FALLBROOK – The Elizabeth Hospice is offering “Introduction to Grief and Loss,” a four-week workshop for people in the community who have experienced the loss of a loved one in the past year. Sessions will take place every Tu... — Updated 3/16/2023


FUESD board wants new superintendent by July 1

Rick Monroe Special to the Village News The process for selecting a new superintendent for the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District is beginning. Following board direction at its Feb. 6 meeting, Interim Superintendent Cindi... — Updated 3/9/2023


VCC announces new VCC: Fallbrook Pediatrics

FALLBROOK – Vista Community Clinic would like to welcome Dr. Daisy Alas Robinson and staff as they transition to becoming VCC: Fallbrook Pediatrics. VCC opened its first location... — Updated 3/9/2023


Genealogy tips offered to family historians

TEMECULA – The Temecula Valley Genealogical Society has been providing excellent speakers throughout the pandemic, and the next three scheduled historians are no exception. During the Tuesday, March 13 meeting, the TVGS presenter... — Updated 3/2/2023 Full story


Re: 'Wellness Center completion put on hold' [Village News, 2/16/23]

"Plans for upgrading the Health and Wellness Center are not well financially," the Village News reported in its Feb. 16 edition. Finally, somebody noticed. Over the past several years, empire building along with large payouts to... — Updated 3/2/2023 Full story


Groundbreaking signals the construction start of the French Valley Parkway Interchange Project Phase 2

Tony Ault Staff Writer The City of Temecula’s groundbreaking ceremony for the decade-long construction startup of the huge $138 million French Valley Parkway Interchange Project... — Updated 3/1/2023

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Strong Winter Storm to Bring Rain, Wind, Cold, Snow to Riverside County

RIVERSIDE (CNS) – A powerful winter storm was making its way toward Riverside County today, with low-elevation snow, widespread rain showers and cold temperatures expected to... — Updated 2/23/2023 Full story


TrueCare™ adds pediatric dental clinic for North County communities

OCEANSIDE – TrueCare™ has opened a new pediatric dental clinic in Oceanside to serve the communities of North County. Located at the community health center’s Mission Mesa campus, Suite 100, at 2210 Mesa Drive, the pediatric... — Updated 2/22/2023


Rez Radio celebrates 12 years on the air

John Fox Special to the Village News It was 12 years ago, Feb. 3, 2011, that we received our FCC license, first as KOPA, and for the past four and a half years as KPRI. It is a FM... — Updated 2/15/2023


Michelle's Place offers educational scholarships

FALLBROOK – Applications are open until March 15 for three educational scholarship opportunities through Michelle’s Place Cancer Resource Center. Applicants must live within the counties of Riverside and San Bernardino, or... — Updated 2/15/2023


Southwest Healthcare to host Women's Health Expo

RIVERSIDE COUNTY – Southwest Healthcare which includes Temecula Valley Hospital, Rancho Springs Hospital and Inland Valley Hospital, is hosting the Women’s Health Expo on Thursday, March 9, from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the... — Updated 2/15/2023


Voices for Children appoints Muñoz president and CEO

(CEO) of Voices for Children SAN DIEGO – Jessica Muñoz, Esq., MFS has been named President & Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Voices for Children, the regional nonprofit... — Updated 2/15/2023


Safety is government's responsibility

Assemblymember Marie Waldron 75th District Public safety should be the government's top priority. That’s why I’m supporting a new legislative initiative in Sacramento that will enhance public safety by restoring felony... — Updated 2/9/2023 Full story


Vikings third and fourth at Borrego Springs Basketball Tournament

Joe Naiman Village News Reporter The seven small K-8 elementary schools and middle schools in northern San Diego County and southern Riverside County which have monthly athletic tournaments participated in the Jan. 26 Borrego... — Updated 2/9/2023


Reps. Issa, Vargas re-introduce legislation to place sacred tribal land into trust

WASHINGTON – Rep. Darrell Issa, CA-48, and Rep. Juan Vargas, CA-52, re-introduced legislation to place 700 acres of sacred land into a Pala Band of Mission Indians tribal trust. “This bipartisan legislation will preserve a... — Updated 2/1/2023 Full story


Volunteers needed to advocate for youth living in foster care

SAN DIEGO – Community members can make a life-changing impact on a child by participating in Voices for Children’s inaugural “Your Voice, Their Future” volunteer recruitment campaign. The campaign, taking place now through... — Updated 2/1/2023


We have some problems

Julie Reeder Publisher We have some problems affecting our little hamlet. Those of us who aren’t involved every day in county business or going through the court system may not realize it. We’re too busy with our jobs and our... — Updated 2/1/2023 Full story


First Aqueduct maintenance shutdown runs Jan. 23-Feb. 1

SAN DIEGO – The San Diego County Water Authority’s First Aqueduct will be shut down periodically over the next three months for maintenance projects to ensure a safe and reliable water supply for the region. Two shutdowns on... — Updated 1/25/2023


Volunteers needed to create keepsakes for bereaved families

ESCONDIDO –The Elizabeth Hospice provides bereaved families in the community with precious keepsakes made from an article of clothing of a loved one. They are looking for volunteers with intermediate sewing skills to transform a... — Updated 1/25/2023


America 250 looks back at Jan. 1, 1776

TEMECULA – Two hundred-forty-seven years ago, the first of January was a day to rejoice. Just as Americans today look toward a new year with new resolutions, new dreams, and new d... — Updated 1/11/2023


Writer reawakens after Rip Van Winkle sleep

Tim O’Leary Special to the Village News Hello, again, dear reader. Until recently, I’d simply could not grasp the concept of being ‘Born again.’ Now I understand. A new day has dawned. I finally have an inkling as to how... — Updated 1/11/2023 Full story


Both Vikings teams second at Cottonwood Flag Football Tournament

Joe Naiman Village News Reporter Vallecitos Elementary School participated in the Cottonwood Flag Football Tournament which took place Thursday, Dec. 1, at Hamilton High School in Anza, and both the Vallecitos boys and the Vikings... — Updated 1/11/2023


The Foundation for Senior Care: Looking forward and expanding outward

FALLBROOK – If you have a senior family member, or you provide care for an older adult, or you, yourself, have reached the age where you could use some support, then you've... — Updated 1/4/2023 Full story


County advertises for bids to resurface 48 Greater Fallbrook road segments

Joe Naiman Village News Reporter San Diego County approved the advertisement for bid of a contract to resurface road segments throughout the county including 48 road segments in the greater Fallbrook area. A 4-0 county Board of... — Updated 12/28/2022


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