Walking for pulmonary fibrosis

Local chapter hopes first walk morphs into annual event ■ By Melissa Diaz Hernandez / Editor The local chapter of the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation (PFF) held its inaugural walk Sept. 9 at Hemet’s Mary Henley Park. The walk attracted those with pulmonary fibrosis, their family members and support teams. Rebecca Johnson, founder of the local…

Thank you San Jacinto Valley

A■ Rusty Strait / Senior Reporter year ago The Valley Chronicle was not the most popular read in the San Jacinto Valley. Today, we proudly announce that we are the most popular and well-read local paper in or around the valley. We have strived to be a community newspaper, concentrating on our local government, social…

AMR sets record straight on Ai Spa

New information on response timeline raises even more questions ■ Melissa Diaz Hernandez / Editor The Valley Chronicle has repeatedly reported on the circumstances of a February 2016 death at a local massage parlor that was suspected of human trafficking. A retired employee of the Metropolitan Water District (MWD) died on scene in a massage…

Hemet hero helps rescue Houstoners

21-year-old Hemet native translates safe passage for sinking vessel amidst Tropical Storm Harvey ■ Kyle Selby / Reporter TEXAS – On Tuesday, Aug. 29, four people aboard a 42-foot sinking vessel near Aransas Pass were safely rescued thanks to the efforts of Junior Coast Guard member Vincent Resley, 21, who also happens to be a…