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Sports: Registration now Open for the 12th Annual DisABILITY Sports Festival, set for Oct. 6 at CSU San Bernardino

Registration is Free to Participants, Ages 8 months to 84 Years Old of All Abilities at the DisABILITY Sports Festival Registration for the 12th annual DisABILITY Sports Festival at Cal State San Bernardino, set for Saturday, Oct. 6, is now open. Registration is free to participants, ages 8 months to 84 years old, of all abilities […]Read More »

Education: The Founder of Chicano Literary History to Speak at CSU San Bernardino on October 11

In celebration of Hispanic-Serving Institutions week, Felipe Ortego y Gasca, considered the principal scholar of the Chicano Literary Renaissance, will deliver a lecture titled “HSIs: The Expectation and the Reality” at CSUSB on Oct. 11. The talk will be held in the university’s John M. Pfau Library, room PL-5005 , from 2-4 pm. The lecture […]Read More »

Hemet: Police Department Rolls Out “Operation Eyesore” Targeting Abandoned Vehicles

Hemet, California –The Hemet Police Department is launching a new program designed to address inoperable vehicles left abandoned on city streets. Informally titled “Operation Eyesore,” the plan outlines a strategy to remove blight caused by inoperable, abandoned and unregistered vehicles. Every week, staff from the department’s traffic bureau will direct their effort to locating abandoned […]Read More »

SoCal: Riverside Named a Top City for Entrepreneurs in the US

Riverside Outranks the Better-known Entrepreneurship Hotspot of San Jose By Holly Ober Riverside ranks No. 19 on MSN Money’s list of the best cities in the U.S. to grow a business, ahead of Atlanta, San Jose, and Charlotte, North Carolina, among others. The 30-city list is the result of a GOBankingRates study of startups in […]Read More »

Temecula: CHP's Special School Zone Enforcement Planned Wednesday, September 12

The California Highway Patrol (CHP), Temecula Area will be conducting a special enforcement and education day on Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at Lisa J. Mails Elementary School, Dorothy McElhinny Middle School, Alamos Elementary School and Bella Vista Middle School in the unincorporated area of Riverside County. The event will start at 7:30 AM and end […]Read More »

Remembering September 11: Ceremonies to be Held in Temecula, Murrieta & Riverside

On Tuesday, September 11, 2018, several tributes are scheduled to remember the 17th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the Nation and to mourn the thousands of the of lives lost that day. The City of Temecula will host a memorial at the Temecula Duck Pond located on the corner of Rancho California and Ynez […]Read More »

Climate Change: Global Warming, El Niño Could Cause Wetter Winters, Drier Conditions in Other Months

Research Indicates Warming Ocean Temperatures will Intensify Winter Rainfall in California By Sarah Nightingale & Jeanette Marantos So here’s the good news: Despite fears to the contrary, California isn’t facing a year-round drought in our warming new world. However, UC Riverside Earth Sciences Professor Robert Allen’s research indicates that what precipitation the state does get […]Read More »

Temecula: Boz Skaggs “Out Of The Blues” Tour Hits Pechanga Friday, September 28th

TEMECULA, Calif. Boz Scaggs will be coming to the Pechanga Resort & Casino  Theater on Friday, September 28 at 8 p.m. as part of his fall 2018 Out of the Blues Tour. Boz is on an extensive national tour through mid-November, including Pechanga Resort Casino on September 28 The Out of the Blues Tour helps […]Read More »

Corona: George Johnstone has been Appointed the New Chief of Police

The New Chief was a Captain in the La Habra Police Department The City of Corona has selected George Johnstone as Corona’s new Chief of Police. Chief Johnstone’s service with Corona will commence on Tuesday, September 4, 2018 following a formal pinning ceremony. Chief Johnstone joins the City of Corona with 31 years of service […]Read More »

Visualized Audio - MWGIC EP-00073: Bryan Caron - Space Opera Producer For Hire

Courtesy of Midwestern Geek In Cali Youtube Channel: Show Notes: Bryan Caron Midwestern Geek In In Cali host Dan Stafford interviews Temecula, California’s on local sci-fi author Bryan Caron: Join us for insights into the creative process that went into Bryan’s books, his background, approach to writing, the work Bryan does for a paycheck, a […]Read More »

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