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HUNNEMAN: Memorial Day services set for Perris Valley Cemetery
The gravestone of Civil War veteran John Reynolds sits in the old section of Perris Valley Cemetery where more than 800 veterans are buried, some going as far back as the Civil War.
Fri May 17, 2013
Lake Perris: Recreation area opens all week
Visitors to Lake Perris stroll along one of the beaches on Thursday, May 16, 2013.
PERRIS: Racers turn out for Fun-Run
More than 1,200 people - from hard-core runners to casual joggers to folks looking to spend some relaxation time with their children, friends and pets - took part in the 4th annual Fun-Run though the streets of Perris.
Thu May 16, 2013
Perris Valley Line: Judge tosses project's environmental impact report
A judge has rejected the environmental impact report for a proposed Metrolink line from Riverside to Perris, telling the Riverside County Transportation Commission that it failed to address such issues as train wheel noise and pedestrian safety.
Wed May 15, 2013
PERRIS: Four arrested in drug bust
Four people were arrested Wednesday, May 15, in connection with search warrants being served in two locations in Perris, according to a release from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department.
Tue May 14, 2013
Lake Perris: Intentional grass fire planned for Wednesday
Smoke is likely to be visible for much of the day Wednesday, May 15, at Lake Perris, where firefighters plan to torch 270 acres of grassland, Cal Fire officials say.
Mon May 13, 2013
PERRIS: Val Verde to discuss new high school
Students at Rancho Verde High School line up for second lunch in 2008. Thanks in part of Measure L bonds Val Verde voters approved in June, the district hopes to begin construction as soon as the state's share of funding is received for the new Southeast High School in Perris.
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Solution to Menifee unification gridlock
If you're anything like me, when you read the U-T The Californian's April 26 article "School officials: No quick fixes for Menifee unification," you rolled your eyes and wanted to throw something.
Sat May 11, 2013
PERRIS: Health fair scheduled
Perris Assistant City Manager Ron Carr discusses the Live Well Perris campaign with two high-school students who attended the April 30 City Council meeting.
Fri May 10, 2013
PERRIS: Gas station plan up for vote
The planning commission is set to meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 15 at Perris City Hall, 101 North D Street, to vote on the plan that would put a nine-pump Food 4 Less station on three-quarters of an acre on a 9.61-acre parcel northeast of Perris Boulevard and Nuevo Road, according to a staff report.
PERRIS: Museum sets annual Spring Rail Festival
A celebration of Southern California's railway heritage on Saturday, May 18 and Sunday, May 19, 2013 at the Orange Empire Railway Museum in Perris.
PERRIS: St. James the Lesser raises funds for new church
The Rev. Edmund Gomez celebrates an open-air Mass May 5 at the future location of the St.
Thu May 09, 2013
Southwest Riverside News Network
Transient suspected of stabbing Corona man surrenders
A transient suspected of stabbing a man during an argument at the victim's Corona home, then fleeing the area, surrendered to authorities today.
MENIFEE: Dog rescued from life in storm drain
Piper stands with her new pack members, Tigger and April in front of Carol Born's RV.
Wed May 08, 2013
Lake Perris: New dam more likely with lower price
The state Department of Water Resources has slashed its price tag for a new dam at Lake Perris, with an Assembly panel signing off on a hefty state contribution to the project that would maintain swimming, fishing and other activities at the lake southeast of Moreno Valley.
Phone Scam: 16 years for thief who targeted senior citizens
A Hemet man was sentenced to 16 years in prison in a telephone scam in which he tricked senior citizens into believing he was a relative in desperate need of money, authorities said.
Southwest Riverside News Network
Perris: Motorcyclist succumbs to injuries sustained in collision
A motorcyclist that was severely injured when a teen driver struck him has died, Riverside County Coroner's officials reported today.
Lake Elsinore Valley News
Repeat DUI Offender to be Sentenced for Fatal Wreck
A repeat DUI offender whose SUV plowed into a car that immediately caught fire, killing a 43-year-old Perris woman at the wheel, is expected to be sentenced today to 15 years to life in prison.
Tue May 07, 2013
Students Pay Visit To Lake Elsinore Lawmaker In Sacramento
Seventh and eighth grade students from St. James Catholic School in Perris, visited the California State Capitol April 28, to meet legislators, learn about state government tour the historic building.
PERRIS: Volunteers spruce up parks
Volunteer Max Martin, 12, spreads wood chips at Foss Field Park at the City Hall Campus.