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The shrimp alfredo special was on the menu during our visit to the Restaurant at Ponte last week.
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A Riverside County Superior Court Judge ruled that noted land-use attorney Ray Johnson -- pictured here in August 2013 in his home office in De Luz near Temecula -- engaged in unethical behavior in a suit against the county and a church in the Temecula Valley Wine Country.
Temecula Councilwoman Maryann Edwards, a member of the council since 2005, was elected to serve as mayor in 2014 by her peers on the council Tuesday night.
For the second straight year, the team at the Jefferson Avenue Arby's captured the top award from the judges of the Santa's Electric Light Parade, the annual holiday event in Temecula that brings thousands of people into the area.
Clarinetist Peter Dayeh will perform with pianist Daniel Durand at this week's installment of the Classics at the Merc series.
Customers enjoy after lunch at Meritage restaurant at Callaway Vineyard and Winery Wednesday in Temecula, CA.
All that's left of the Roth family's nativity display is the star and the floodlight.
The Temecula City Council this week will consider putting out to bid the first phase of the Overland Drive extension project, which involves running the road from its current terminus to Enterprise Circle West.
The Temecula Police Department Traffic Unit will be conducting a DUI/driver's license checkpoint beginning Dec. 13 at 9 p.m. The checkpoint location has not been disclosed by police, but they say the operation is expected to last through 3 a.m. Dec. 14. Police will be looking for signs of alcohol and/or drug impairment with officers checking ... (more)
To help new and existing business owners, the Inland Empire Small Business Development Center is offering a seminar covering the basics of human resources.
Temecula's congressman faced criticism last week for some strong words about Iran and Middle Eastern culture in a televised interview Wednesday, Dec. 4. Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Alpine, a member of the House Armed Services Committee, told a C-SPAN interviewer that while he hopes the United States isn't forced to use military action to prevent Iran ... (more)
Former student Dylan Esposito, 13, a Temecula resident, decided he was going to refurbish the garden upon a visit to the school.