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Traffic and landscaping are on the plate of the Murrieta City Council, which is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 15 in the council chambers of Murrieta City Hall, at Jefferson Avenue and Kalmia Street.
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Timothy Norris, of Wildomar, who died in March 2013, with some of his favorite toys.
The Murrieta City Council will vote about spending more money on the Interstate 15/Cal Oaks Road interchange when it meets Tuesday, April 15. Cost overruns have boosted the $11.1 million price tag for rebuilding the Interstate 15/California Oaks Road interchange by 30 percent, and Murrieta officials are set to take up the latest request to spend ... (more)
Police say they have arrested the person they believe is responsible for a recent series of incidents around Murrieta schools in which a man approached girls asking for their socks.
Murrieta Firefighter Derrick Dellinger places cuts of tri-tip on the rack of a smoker at the 67th annual MurrietaFirefighters Barbecue on Sunday, April 13, 2014.
Murrieta Assistant City Manager Jim Holston, will be retiring on April 17th after 20 years with the city.
Located in Riverside County, just a short hop northeast of Temecula, the newest collection of homes will include three generously sized floor plans ranging from 3,120 to 4,157 square feet with an array of options for more bedrooms and outdoor living space.
FALLBROOK The deadline for a scholarship up to $1,500 is quickly approaching. April 21 is the deadline for applications to be submitted for the Fallbrook Quilt Guild scholarship.
Janet Yellen, chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve, tours a manufacturing lab at Daley College in Chicago on March 31. Yellen said "considerable slack" in the labor market is evidence that the central bank's unprecedented accommodation will still be needed for "some time" to combat unemployment.
A Murrieta city employee has been charged with grand theft and embezzlement of about $20,000 from the general employees union while she was treasurer of that group, court records show.
The Murrieta Police Department is asking for the public's help in finding a man who they say showed up at local schools in recent weeks, contacting students before and after school-- asking if he could buy their socks in all but one case.
Lake Elsinore Councilman Brian Tisdale is scheduled to propose a plan to reduce the number of animals taken in at the regional animal shelter in Wildomar when the board that oversees the shelter meets Monday, April 14, at Murrieta City Hall.
Murrieta planners appear torn between welcoming an establishment that would offer local wines and craft beers and allowing onsite and offsite alcohol sales near worried homeowners.