Community

  • Spring Technology Event for At-Risk Youth a Success

    Community Outreach Ministry Cofounders Dr. Mona Salomo-Davies and her husband Coach Bob sponsored “Gearing Up for STEM: Mentor Protégé Workshop” another successful technology event on April 16 for children of incarcerated parents.  The organization’s goal is to empower these youth socially, academically, and technologically through workshops which have become just one of the many venues […]

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  • Coworking Connection for Small Business Owners, Hybrid Workers

    Coworking Connection Founder Dione Moser is no stranger to the distractions and isolation that can come with a home office. “For a multitude of reasons, working from home can be a challenge for a lot of people, I know it, because I went through it,” Moser said. “Obviously, the pandemic created a situation where a lot […]

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  • City of Murrieta Celebrates Its 31st Anniversary with Annual Birthday Bash

    Murrieta, CA: Murrieta is turning 31, and we are throwing a birthday party for the whole community. The City of Murrieta invites residents and visitors alike to commemorate the 31st anniversary of cityhood at its annual Birthday Bash on Saturday, June 25, from 2 p.m. until 9 p.m. at California Oaks Sports Park. Come and […]

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  • Weathering the Business Storms

    The current business climate has been affected by storms of pandemics, economic change and supply chain issues.  In order to ride out the rough weather, business owners and leaders need to analyze the state of their company’s and its readiness for change. This is where the role of the Business Analyst becomes so important.  Business […]

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  • Temecula Valley Hospital Announces Master Facility Expansion Plan

    Temecula Valley Hospital (TVH) is excited to announce its master facility plan that includes significant expansion over the next several years. Proposed construction will deliver an integrated delivery system of inpatient and outpatient care to support the dynamic health care needs of the region. The proposal for the master facility plan has been submitted to […]

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  • Paradise Chevrolet Cadillac Partners With Folds of Honor

    Paradise Chevrolet Cadillac has partnered with Folds of Honor, a nonprofit that helps the families of fallen and injured military veterans by providing them with scholarships for education. The campaign will be available to all employees and customers to contribute to the organization and the families it helps.  Terry Gilmore, President of Paradise Chevrolet Cadillac […]

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  • Making Every Drop Count Matters More Now

    Like most Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) customers, you recognize that conservation is a way of life in California. We greatly appreciate everything you are doing to reduce water use. However, as the drought continues and we face the warmer months of our third dry year, now is the time to re-examine how we […]

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  • Toastmasters District 12 Annual Spring Conference Featuring Keynote Speaker, Author and Freedom Writer Teacher Erin Gruwell

    Virtual Conference Inland Empire May 7th, 2022 Toastmasters District 12 is hosting their Annual Spring Conference, an event you do not want to miss! Our compelling keynote speaker is non other than the beloved teacher and author Erin Gruwell, the inspiration of the 2007 movie Freedom Writers featuring Hilary Swank. Erin Gruwell is also the […]

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  • City of Murrieta City Seeks Input on ADA Efforts

    In keeping with its ongoing efforts to serve all members of the public, the City of Murrieta is updating its Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan. The accessibility plan provides a comprehensive guide for those with disabilities to City facilities, programs, services, activities, and events. The City recently launched surveys to receive […]

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  • U.S. Department of Commerce Invests $2.4 Million in the Murrieta Innovation Center to Support Life Sciences Industry

    The City of Murrieta and Impact Southwest Riverside County (Impact SWRC) are proud to announce the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Agency (EDA) is awarding a $2.4 million grant to the City of Murrieta to support extensive improvements to the Murrieta Innovation Center (MIC), creating a hub for science and innovation in the region. […]

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  • Paradise Chevrolet Cadillac to Host Blood Drive

    Paradise Chevrolet Cadillac to Host Blood Drive Supporting Childhood Cancer Patients These children need multiple transfusions weekly during their chemo treatment. Cole has a personal goal of collecting at least 100 pints of blood during his blood drives, so kids like him are not waiting in pain for blood. Paradise Chevrolet Cadillac is calling on […]

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  • Temecula Chamber Announces the Winners Of The 56th Annual Awards Gala

    The Temecula Chamber proudly awarded the following businesses, organizations, and citizens: Bronze Business of the Year – A-Bell Alarms Company A-Bell Alarms has been “Protecting Lives and Securing Valuables” for Temecula Valley families and businesses since 1985. Family-owned and operated since 1972, our mission at A-Bell Alarms Company is to provide our home and small […]

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  • The City of Temecula, Temecula Valley Museum, and Arts & Culture Division Announce New Student Art Mural Commemorating Earth Day

    The City of Temecula, Community Services Department, Temecula Valley Unified School District, and Temecula Valley Museum announce a new Student Art Mural in Sam Hicks Monument Park (28300 Mercedes Street) celebrating Earth Day 2022. The Student Mural Project seeks to support emerging artists by providing a space to showcase their craft. Student artists are provided […]

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  • Assemblymember Seyarto Selects Ruth Atkins as the 67th District Woman of the Year

    Assemblymember Kelly Seyarto (R-Murrieta) is proud to honor Ruth Atkins as the 2022 Woman of the Year for the 67th Assembly District. Every March, in celebration of Women’s History Month, the California Legislative Women’s Caucus invites State Assemblymembers to select an outstanding woman from their district to recognize her significant contributions to her community. “Ms. […]

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  • City of Murrieta Receives Distinguished Budget Presentation Award

    The City of Murrieta is proud to be the recipient of the Government Finance Officer Association’s (GFOA) Distinguished Budget Presentation award for its biennial budget document. This award represents a significant achievement for the City of Murrieta and its Finance Department. It reflects the commitment of City Council and staff to meeting the highest principles […]

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  • Co-Ownership Agreement–Unmarried Couples Buying Real Property Together Without Getting Burned

    There has been a rise in couples cohabitating and purchasing real property together before getting married. While California is a community property state, California Law does not recognize common law marriages, and unmarried individuals are generally not entitled to support following a breakup. I have had countless consultations with individuals who purchased real property with […]

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  • Cyndi Light Earns 2021 Coldwell Banker Commmercial Big Hearted Award

    This award is presented annually to the individual who has made the most significant and impactful contribution in community service in their local community. Brandon Sudweeks, President of CBC-SC says, “We are so proud of Cyndi and her dedication to helping members of our community. She is truly an asset to our company and the […]

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  • The Inland Empire Landscape Contest Returns for 2022!

    Do you have a drought tolerant landscape? If so, enter our contest – because saving water is beautiful!  In southern California, most residential water use in Riverside County is used outdoors, primarily to water landscaping. When yards contain large amounts of turf, it can significantly increase overall water use. By replacing conventional lawns with drought […]

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  • It’s Not Just Data

    A study done in late 2021, estimated that every day the world creates 2.5 Quintillion bytes of data. A quintillion is 1 with 18 zeros behind. That’s one big disk drive. Well, no, it’s arrays and arrays of data stored on redundant devices. While these numbers can be difficult to fathom, what we can and […]

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  • Murrieta Receives Federal Funding for Two Projects Providing Regional Impact

    Federal funding was approved as part of the Fiscal Year 2022 Appropriations bill, bringing $1.1 million to Western Riverside County to fund homeless prevention efforts and emergency preparedness. The City’s regional homeless services will receive $500,000 and an additional $600,000 was allocated for emergency operations equipment at Loma Linda University Medical Center Murrieta. The funds […]

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  • Temecula Celebrates Arbor Day with Tree Planting Ceremony

    Join us as we celebrate Arbor Day on Saturday April 23, 2022 at 9:00 am at Vail Ranch Park (32965 Harmony Lane). Arbor Day is an annual day of observance that the City of Temecula proudly recognizes to promote the importance of trees in our lives and encourages tree planting and care. This year marks […]

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