After two years of rescheduling and cancellations during the coronavirus pandemic, the Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival is back. The 39th annual event returned to light up the dark skies Friday night, June 3, at the Lake Skinner Recreation Area near ...
A newly redrawn State Assembly District 75 means two incumbent Republican candidates will square off against each other in the June primary election, with a spot already guaranteed for both in the November general election.
SYG Law Firm, Inc. is a law firm committed to helping individuals navigate the complex immigration laws of the United States. The law firm opened its doors recently with an office in Temecula, California.
Among the notable additions is the beer and burger chain Eureka! in Ontario, Raising Cane’s in Chino, and Tacos and Beer in Temecula. Also in Temecula, Thornton Winery is kicking of its Champagne Concert Series, which brings some of the top names in ...
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Here are the Inland high school girls soccer rankings. Records through matches of Tuesday, Dec. 21. The Sharks are on the hunt for another CIF Southern Section Division 1 title. The Bears’ only blemish is a 2-1 loss to Santiago at home two weeks ago.
All-Inland Football: Centennial’s Jaden Mickey is the defensive player of the year All-Inland Football: Beaumont’s Gabriel Nunez is the offensive player of the year All-Inland Football: Etiwanda’s Nick Baiz is the coach of the year All-Inland Football: Second-team offensive,
Hi, and welcome to another edition of Prep Rally. My name is Eric Sondheimer. It’s football awards time. The Times’ all-star team has been released, and the player of the year is a lineman. Yes, Servite’s Mason Graham made that big of an impact to earn the award.
If the Division 1 girls soccer race in the CIF Southern Section is indeed wide open, Temecula Valley and Los Alamitos fueled that argument Saturday night Tournament. The division’s fifth- and seventh-ranked teams waged a back-and-forth duel at University High,