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VIDEO: Banning Justice Center is Expected Open in Spring 2014
Completion of the new Banning Justice Center was originally hoped for by Fall 2013, but it's now expected to open sometime in Spring 2014, according to the state Administrative Office of the Courts.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Multi-Agency DUI Task Force Crackdown Across Riverside County Dec. 13 to Jan. 1
Law enforcement agencies across Riverside County are planning a coordinated campaign to crack down on impaired drivers from Dec. 13 through Jan. 1, a Riverside police sergeant announced Thursday.
Back in the Day: Christmas quake struck in 1899
The Hotel Hemet was one of many brick buildings in the San Jacinto Valley that were rendered uninhabitable by the December 1899 earthquake on Christmas Day.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
San Jacinto: Christmas at the mansion
San Jacinto's historic Estudillo Mansion is hosting "Christmas at the Mansion" from 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14, including tours of the decorated 1885 home, caroling, outdoor entertainment and games for children.
Soboba Reservation: Preschool director is recognized for service
From left, Soboba Tribal Council Chairwoman Rosemary Morillo, Dianne King and Tribal Council Sergeant at Arms Jacob Briones.
Bob Pratte: Hemet holiday lights map coming soon
I feel the pressure when I am steadily asked this question: When will my annual Holiday Lights Tour map through the San Jacinto Valley be published? The map will appear in print Friday, Dec. 20, and likely will be posted on PE.com the night before.
Recall papers served on 3 Hemet council members
Three members of the Hemet City Council are the targets of a recall effort by a group upset by their votes to negotiate with Riverside County for fire services.
Lake Elsinore Valley News
Pair Accused of Killing Hemet Senior Enter Pleas
Two men accused of gunning down a 77-year-old Hemet resident during a robbery at his home and committing additional armed robberies each pleaded not guilty today to murder and other charges.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
HEMET: Smith selected as mayor
Larry Smith was selected as Hemet's new mayor Tuesday, Dec. 10, and Shellie Milne will be mayor pro tem.
Bald Eagles: Volunteers sought to help count
Volunteers pack up their gear after spotting one bald eagles at Lake Hemet during the U.S. Forest Service first count of the season for bald eagles in 2009 in Lake Hemet.
HEMET: Freezing temps, area live weather station links
At dawn Tuesday, Dec. 10, in Valle Vista, east of Hemet, it is 23 degrees at Little Lake and 38 degrees on balmy Sprague Heights.
Glendora City Council Preview
2. Award of Contract for Zone 4 Reservoir Improvements, Plan No. 1091 CIty Recommendation: 1) Approve the Plans and Specifications for the Zone 4 Reservoir Improvements, Plan No.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
San Bernardino County Sun
Former Sen. Bill Emmerson joins California Hospital Association
A week after his abrupt retirement from the state senate, Emmerson - a Republican based in Redlands - has accepted a position as senior vice president of the California Hospital Association overseeing the group's lobbyists.
HEMET: Council, school board to choose new leaders
Hemet's City Council and school board are expected to get new leaders at separate meetings on Tuesday, Dec. 10. Robert Youssef is completing his second consecutive term as Hemet's mayor and Marilyn Forst is finishing her third term as board president for the Hemet Unified School District.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
HEMET: Rain doesn't dampen spirit at parade
It may have rained on their parade, but that didn't dampen the spirit for thousands of participants and spectators at the annual Hemet Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 7. The temperature was in the low 40s, and many in the crowd were wearing heavy jackets, scarves and knit hats while others were wrapped in blankets.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
This won't look good on your resume
A man stole laptops and other valuable equipment from the engineering company he worked for in Holditch, England, and sold the stuff on eBay over a four-year period.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
HEMET: Rain won't stop this Christmas parade
Members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Harbour Record post in San Jacinto ride in the Hemet Christmas Parade in 2012.
Lake Elsinore Valley News
Man Accused of Killing Wife, Child Pleads Not Guilty
A convicted felon accused of killing his wife and 5- year-old daughter, as well as raping and stabbing his ex-girlfriend, pleaded not guilty today to murder and other charges.
San Jacinto Valley celebrates the season
Jared Burbridge and Ysabel Lauridsen visit with Santa Claus at the Western Science Center Old Fashioned Holiday event in 2012.
Suicide Investigation: Deputy Uses Taser to Stop Man from Stabbing Himself, Man Dies
A deputy responding to an attempted suicide call in Hemet used his taser to stop a man from stabbing himself in the chest, but the man died later at a hospital, according to the Sheriff's Department.