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Hundreds gather for City of Temecula 16th annual Christmas Tree lighting ceremony at Duck Pond Park in Temecula December, 05, 2013.
Should smoking in public places be banned?
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92950. The scope of work by Consolidated Contracting included complete renovation of an existing 10,413-square-foot building and construction of a 3,883-square-foot addition.
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Cecilia Abadie wears her Google Glass as she talks with her attorney outside of traffic court Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013, in San Diego.
Murrieta Valley senior water polo player Tyler Dudek has committed to play at Long Beach State.
David Mills, sits in a courtroom at the Southwest Justice Center courtroom for his preliminary hearing in June.
It is that time of year again, when Buck Kemmis and a squadron of long-term Temecula volunteers ask the community for help in staging the 19th annual Community Christmas Dinner.
Europa Village invites the public to the Christmas in the Vines vendor fair at the winery on Friday and Saturday.
Bill Wilson, of Wilson Creek Winery, says he wears many hats, wears a set of mouse ears after speaking to the supervisors on Tuesday, December 3, 2013.
Riverside County supervisors today asked staffers for a review of policies that permit employees to "bank" hundreds of hours unused vacation and sick time that can be cashed in later under what one supervisor called a "non-transparent," questionably accurate process.
Melanie Pool, right, comforts her daughter Tori, 13, during the annual "Remembering Those We've Loved and Lost" candlelight vigil at The Promenade Mail on 12/01/07 in Temecula.
The concept, as I understand it, is no matter what differences or internal squabbles Republicans, or in a broader sense any group, may have it is always best to be supportive and present a united front.
A man who molested his girlfriend's daughter over a two- year period in Temecula and Oceanside was sentenced today to 116 years to life in state prison.
Twelve works from award-winning nature photographer Walter Santos are on display at the Temecula Public Library now through Jan. 31, 2014.
The Temecula Community Pantry received more than 200 pounds of food Saturday when at least 40 cyclists participated in Temecula's first-ever Cranksgiving bicycle ride.
High Wind Watch for Riverside County was issued at December 05 at 9:47PM PST