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24 Kids Shop with a Cop in Hemet

Stick to a “Go Safely” Game Plan: Celebrate the Holiday Season Responsibly National “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” Enforcement Campaign Begins Dec. 14

Padilla Hosts Virtual Federal Student Debt Relief Briefing to Encourage Californians to Apply

Follow-up: Plane Crashes Near Residential Homes in Hemet

Police Seek Help Locating Hit-and-Run Vehicle

Four CSUSB alumni win top award for radio show

Blame Hemet City Council for the median

HVAA ‘An Evening of Art’

Padilla Joins Santa Monica College Volunteers for Annual Thanksgiving Grocery Giveaway, Continues Push to Address Food Insecurity


Big 5 Sporting Goods Supports American Red Cross Humanitarian Mission Th rough Disaster Responder Program

‘Spring Phling’ block party is a hit for locals

Women’s Day is every day

Candle in the winds of time

The 39 Steps

What’s growing at the SJ market

Hemet Concert Association presents ‘Camarada’

Ramona Spring Festival kicks off pageant season

‘Play With Your Food’

HUSD music coordinator talks program and funding

Wheelchairs rule the day

MSJC Art Gallery launches ‘Brace Yourself’ exhibit

10th Annual Idyllwild Cinemafest graces the valley

BSU rocks SJHS

Chinese New Year takeaways

Noli youth prepare for future

Students get educated in the art of jazz

Nancy Drew, the Original Author, & Me

American Legion Post 53 goes Hollywood

SJUSD Native American council wants improved cultural awareness


NFPA urges added caution this holiday season, as Christmas Day and Christmas Eve are among the leading days of the year for U.S. home fires

CSUSB Nursing Street Medicine Program partners with new mobile medical clinic

CHP plans DUI checkpoint in Hemet Valley

C.W. Driver companies breaks ground on new three-story stem education building

Former Volunteer Returns – as a Doctor Local Woman Traveled to Oz to Become a Vet

Immigration Chairs Padilla and Lofgren Laud the Biden Administration for Granting TPS for Ukraine

Padilla Urges USDA to Provide Clearer Guidance to College Students on SNAP Benefits


Public safety, labor, local government, and infrastructure advocates announce strong opposition to California Business Roundtable ballot measure that would benefit wealthy corporations while decimating vital local and state services

Assembly member Seyarto Introduces His Government Reform Bill Package

Valley League Winter roundup

Newport Road Murder – 45-year-old Derrick Edgerson Kills his victim then sits & waits for police to arrive.

Blame Hemet City Council for the median

HPD shoots, wounds Oceanside homicide suspect

Ringing In 2022 With Style

California Teacher Gabriel Gipe to be FIRED as a Result of Veritas Video

Pedestrian Safety Month

Driving Under The Influence (DUI) Saturation Patrol

Big 5 Sporting Goods Supports American Red Cross Humanitarian Mission Th rough Disaster Responder Program

Mt. San Jacinto College Student Named 2021 Jack Kent Cooke Scholar

Rancho del Oso Nature and History Center Set to Reopen Memorial Day Weekend

Time period to file with Riverside County for unclaimed property tax refunds opens

Riverside County announces Business Assistance NOW program

NFPA, ESFI underscore safety at home and in the workplace during National Electrical Safety Month

Broken and Beautiful: Let God Turn Your Mess into a Masterpiece

CE Launches Customer Enrollment Drive for Medical Baseline Program Customers Who Rely on Power for Medical Needs Will Get More Electricity at the Lowest Price

Riverside County health officials to reinstate use of Johnson and Johnson vaccine at local clinics

Advocates Warn Seniors and Caregivers About Scams Around Vaccinations

Riverside County, partners administer one million vaccines to residents and workers

Riverside County Supervisors Declare March Social Worker Appreciation Month

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