Angels donate $14,200 in philanthropic funds

Angels donate $14,200 in philanthropic funds

FALLBROOK − Several local nonprofits were awarded $14,200 in funds at the September meeting of the Angel Society’s board of directors. The Fallbrook Food Pantry led the list of recipients with $6,000 in support. Since 1991, the organization has served low income and disadvantaged residents in the unincorporated areas of Fallbrook, Bonsall, Rainbow, De Luz […]

IRS and Security Summit partners warn of fake tax bill emails

  WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and its Security Summit partners today issued an alert to taxpayers and tax professionals to be on guard against fake emails purporting to contain an IRS tax bill related to the Affordable Care Act. The IRS has received numerous reports around the country of scammers sending a […]

Chamber is holding events in October

FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce is hosting several events in October:           Thursday, Oct. 13 – SunUpper at Fallbrook Senior Center, 8 a.m.           Sunday, Oct. 16 – Harvest Faire, Downtown Fallbrook, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.           Wednesday, Oct. 19 – SunDowner at Hilltop Center for Spiritual Living, 5:30 p.m.           Friday, Oct. 21 – Harvest Wine & A […]

Tax scammers should be reported

SACRAMENTO – Franchise Tax Board (FTB) urges taxpayers to report any suspicious emails or phone calls received from tax scammers. FTB also has updated its Report Scams, ID Theft, & Tax Fraud webpage as part of ongoing efforts to crack down on tax fraud and tax scams. The moves come as scammers continue to prey […]

Businesses team up to honor fire department personnel, senior volunteers

Businesses team up to honor fire department personnel, senior volunteers

FALLBROOK – Seniors Helping Seniors and Regency Fallbrook teamed up to honor local fire departments and members of the Senior Volunteer Patrol on Sept.14. Regency Fallbrook’s executive chef prepared a delicious barbeque for all that attended. “It was a great opportunity to meet and thank such a fine group that does so much for our […]

Senate Bill 927 signed into law

Senate Bill 927, which allows the Fallbrook Public Utility District (FPUD) to change its method of electing directors from at-large seats to by territorial unit, is now law. Governor Brown signed SB 927 into law on Aug. 22 following a 77-0 State Assembly vote Aug. 4 which was the final step for passage in the […]

Fallbrook Healthcare District receives award

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Healthcare District (FHD) received the President’s Special Acknowledgement Award from the Special District Risk Management Authority (SDRMA) to formally acknowledge the dedicated efforts of FHD’s governing body, management and staff towards proactive risk management and loss prevention training. The Award is to recognize members with no “paid” claims during the prior […]

GAP auto insurance and other related auto insurance considerations

Morton J. Grabel Attorney-at-Law Special to the Village News Sometimes after an auto accident and while representing a personal injury client, we find the auto insurance coverage they had does not nearly cover the auto loan pay back or the lease pay back. There is a gap between what is owed and what an insurance […]

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