“Temecula SAFE 3-Minute Bags” to be delivered to every Temecula home on Saturday

TEMECULA — City officials are reminding Temecula residents that they may notice Temecula Valley Helping Hands volunteers, representatives from the City of Temecula, and other organizations including the Kiwanis Club and local scout troops, walking in their neighborhoods Saturday, June 23. The volunteers and others will be going door to door, dropping off a “Temecula SAFE 3-Minute Bag” at every […]

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REDDING: Small oxygen cylinder causes explosion, big headache, for transfer station

REDDING — The City of Redding is reminding its citizens about the dangers of pressurized oxygen cylinders as well as what is and is not allowed to be dropped off at their facilities after an oxygen cylinder caused an explosion that rocked the Abernathy Transfer Station earlier this week. The incident happened Tuesday, June 19, at the City’s solid waste […]

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City of Temecula announces Vinduino as 2018’s Innovator of the Year

TEMECULA — This year, the City of Temecula was pleased to announce Vinduino, LLC as “Innovator of the Year” during Innovation Month in April. Innovation Month marked an entire month of celebrating and showcasing various innovative companies and startups throughout the region. The month was set aside to highlight advances in technology, innovation and entrepreneurship. LEADING THE RCNS HEADLINES: Massive […]

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Winners announced for 18th Annual Temecula Art & Street Painting Festival

TEMECULA ─ Officials announced today the winners of last weekend’s 18th Annual Temecula Art & Street Painting Festival. Hosted by City of Temecula, the annual three-day festival, which ran from Friday through Sunday, June 8 – 10, featured exhibits from 48 fine artists in all mediums, as well as 18 chalk artists who vied for awards in six categories while […]

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SAN JACINTO: Wienerschnitzel final map approved for San Jacinto Ave. development

San Jacinto — The City of San Jacinto City Council approved on Tuesday, June 5, the final map to subdivide 1.37 acres creating two parcels and pave the way for a new Wienerschitzel to begin development. The project will be added to the City’s other recent accomplishments, which have included the addition of a Starbucks – opened just last week […]

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BURNEY: Custom cars, arts & crafts, and perfect weather at Mountain Cruisers/Rex Club Days car show

BURNEY — Despite rain that threatened to dampen this year’s Mountain Cruisers/Rex Club Days car show, Saturday was the perfect sunny day for classic car owners and enthusiasts alike, who came out in droves to enjoy the day’s activities. Families who came out for the show – which was sponsored by Mountain Cruisers – were treated to more than 60 […]

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Rattlesnake bites on the rise throughout California – How to prevent and respond to “critical emergency”

A bite from a rattlesnake, or any venomous snake, can be a very serious medical emergency and if a person or animal is bitten, it is critical they seek immediate medical assistance. SEE RELATED: EAST HEMET: Apparent rattlesnake bite” sends man working in citrus grove to hospital In the event of a suspected snake bite, the victim must get to […]

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TEMECULA: Teens invited to make their own one-of-a-kind, mini-survival tins at June library event

TEMECULA — Are you a teen who loves to go on an adventure at a moment’s notice? Do you try to be prepared for any unexpected crisis or emergency? Before hitting the trails or heading out on your next adventure, join other area teens interested in making a one-of-a-kind, customize-able Adventure/Survival Tin at next month’s special Survival Kit Tins event […]

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Temecula Balloon and Wine Festival offering flights over picturesque wine country

TEMECULA, CA – It is the most picturesque flight over Southern California Wine Country. A hot air balloon flight during the Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival June 1-3, whisks you over the pristine landscape of Lake Skinner in a corner 14,000 acres of a multi-species reserve. Outside of the preserve rolling hills of vineyards fill the vista – a […]

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Meet Walter Santos During Temecula Public Library’s “Conversations with a Landscape Photographer”

TEMECULA — Photography and art enthusiasts have been invited to meet local landscape photographer Walter Santos – whose art work has long graced the walls of the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library – as he recounts many of the fascinating aspects of his life and career as a professional photographer. Other featured upcoming library events: Teens invited to make their […]

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