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City Budgets: Panel approves bill creating revenue stream
A Senate committee gave quick approval Wednesday morning to a measure meant to hitch Riverside County's newest cities to a funding stream for California's other cities.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Southern California could be facing worst fire season in 100 years
Fire officials on Monday warned that Southern California could be facing its worst fire season in 100 years.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Fire West of Wildomar Spreads to About 30 Acres; Grand Closed
Riverside County firefighters have responded to a wildfire west of Wildomar that has burned an estimated 25 to 30 acres since it was reported at 5:12 p.m. today.
CITIES: New legislative approach to helping Inland cities
Legislation designed to offer much-needed financial help to Riverside County's newest cities will have its first hearing this week, following more changes designed to chart a path through California's convoluted state-local fiscal landscape.
Crews stop wildfire; At least 25 acres blackened
Firefighters have halted the spread of a wildfire that blackened at least 25 acres in western Wildomar, fire officials say.
TEMECULA: Many apartment complexes still not recycling
This Temecula apartment complex is one of several in Southwest Riverside County that still has not come into compliance with a July 2012 state law that requires apartments to provide recycling opportunities to its residents.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Jurupa Valley: City budget redux
At long last, Jurupa Valley residents on June 20 will get a first look at the city's 2013-2014 budget.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Lake Elsinore: Elks Lodge honors first responders
Lake Elsinore Elks/Wildomar Elks Lodge No. 2591 honored first responders with dinner and plaque presentations of appreciation and praise at the lodge on June 8. Lodge volunteers under the Chairmanship of Michael Cain, Leading Knight, decorated the lodge and prepared the dinner.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
EDITORIAL: Hits and misses
Kudos to scores of San Bernardino County sheriff's deputies and Home Depot for showing that the best response to the evil perpetrated by Christopher Dorner is an outpouring of support for the loved ones of those he killed.
Lake Elsinore Valley News
Man arrested for robbery, kidnapping, false imprisonment in Wildomar
On June 14, 2013, at 12:36 a.m. officers from the Wildomar Police Department responded to a reported strong arm robbery that had just occurred.
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Animal Friends of the Valleys opens low cost Spay and Neuter Clinic
Good news is coming soon for pet owners looking for a bargain and animal lovers seeking to reduce the overpopulation of unwanted pets in Southwest Riverside County.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Lake Elsinore Valley News
Van Overturns on Freeway in Wildomar, Injuring Both Occupants
The accident happened about 11:10 a.m. on southbound I-15 near Baxter Road, according to the California Highway Patrol, which reported that a white van veered off the freeway and flipped over on an embankment.
Southwest agencies proposing rate hikes
Water and sewer bills could be more expensive this summer as three Southwest Riverside County water districts consider rate increases.
Citizens' group sues over development
Less than a week after the Wildomar City Council gave final approval to a 275-home development, a citizens group is taking the project to court on environmental grounds.
One person ejected in crash
One person was ejected with major injuries when a van drove off the side of Interstate 15 on Wednesday, June 12 in Wildomar.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Housing plan to go before council
A state-mandated plan to demonstrate Wildomar can meet future housing needs is scheduled for the City Council's review Wednesday, June 12. Known as a housing element in planner jargon, the plan is an updated version of a document presented to the council in June 2012.
Approved housing project still faces hurdles
A proposed 275-home project, by far the largest in Wildomar's five-year history as a city, received the formal blessing of municipal officials this week.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
MENIFEE: Mayor asks for support to reclaim $4 million revenue source
As many of you know, I was part of a 4-city contingent representing 250,000 residents in Riverside County who travelled to Sacramento on June 4 for a meeting with Governor Brown's Chief of Staff, Nancy McFadden.