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Restaurant gives 80 meals to Temecula Fire Department

Restaurant gives 80 meals to Temecula Fire Department To thank first responders for their service during the coronavirus pandemic, Firehouse Subs Temecula franchisees Marsha Chatterjee and Becsy Peraji recently partnered with Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation to donate 80 meals to the Temecula Fire Department. The Temecula restaurant is at 26480 Ynez Road, Suite B. […]

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A public health approach to public safety will help our communities remain protected

A public health approach to public safety will help our communities remain protected Gov. Gavin Newsom and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation’s decision to safely reduce incarceration in the effort to stop the spread of coronavirus is smart for the health and safety of Californians. By releasing 3,500 people serving a sentence for […]

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Young Riverside County artists invited to enter Tobacco Control Project contest

Young Riverside County artists invited to enter Tobacco Control Project contest Riverside County Tobacco Control Project and Reach Out invite Riverside County residents ages 11 to 20 to create artwork that illustrates how vaping and use of tobacco products affect local communities. Winning entries will receive up to $ 50 and be featured in a […]

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How to enter Temecula Valley Genealogical Society’s essay contest

How to enter Temecula Valley Genealogical Society’s essay contest The Temecula Valley Genealogical Society is offering a $ 750 scholarship to the winner of its annual essay contest for high school seniors in the Temecula and Murrieta area. This year’s topic is “20/20 – Clear Vision of Our Past.” High school seniors are invited to […]

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Coronavirus: Family emergency planning should take pets into account

Coronavirus: Family emergency planning should take pets into account Callie Acosta of Riverside gives love to her newly adopted Gizz-Moe, a 10-year-old, blind, shih tzu mix, at Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center on Wednesday, April 1, 2020. (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) Chairs are set up outside in case of a crowd at […]

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Deputies fire at pursuit suspect in Aguanga

Deputies fire at pursuit suspect in Aguanga Riverside County sheriff’s deputies fired on a man who they say tried to run them over after a pursuit from Temecula to Aguanga on Wednesday, April 1. The suspect escaped, a news release said. It was unclear whether he was struck by the gunfire. The incident began about […]

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Coronavirus outbreak shutters Ice Station, leaving Santa Clarita skaters stunned

Coronavirus outbreak shutters Ice Station, leaving Santa Clarita skaters stunned While everyone’s staying home, keeping a safe distance during the coronavirus pandemic, the cold reality of the Ice Station Valencia’s closure might not totally be sinking in yet. But whenever it becomes safe again to congregate, thousands of hockey players, figure skaters and speedskaters, as […]

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Riverside approves controversial homeless housing

Riverside approves controversial homeless housing Fifty units of housing for homeless and low-income people that Riverside officials say is an important part of solving homelessness in the city — and that neighbors fear will overwhelm the neighborhood — got the City Council’s approval Tuesday night, March 31. That allows the project to be built at […]

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Riverside passes eviction moratorium during coronavirus emergency

Riverside passes eviction moratorium during coronavirus emergency Riverside renters can’t be evicted or charged late fees for at least the next six months, the City Council decided Tuesday, March 31, in its latest attempt to help blunt the financial hit of the coronavirus crisis. The relief expands on the statewide 60-day moratorium on evictions for […]

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Here are disinfectants for use against the coronavirus

Here are disinfectants for use against the coronavirus Thanks to COVID-19, we’ve never had to wash our hands more and spring cleaning is even more important. It’s not easy being clean The COVID-19 virus is about 10,000 times smaller than the period at the end of this sentence. How long it can linger on surfaces […]

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