Fallbrook School of the Arts receives $50,000 donation

Fallbrook School of the Arts receives $50,000 donation

FALLBROOK – Paul and Diane Garrett have generously committed $50,000, over two years, in support of the Fallbrook School of the Arts. This is a unique gift that will infuse the day-to-day activities of the school with a predictable and solid source of revenue. This stabilizes operational funding and allows the school to grow and […]

Ag students offer fall plants

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook High School FFA is once again hosting their nursery sales at FHS Agriculture Department. The first one of the school year is on Saturday, Oct. 28 from 9 a.m. until noon and is located at the east end of the football field. Fallbrook Ag students have been cultivating their plants and […]

Strategies to increase the value of a financial legacy

Rich M. Groff II Special to Village News After a lifetime of accumulating money, it’s common for retirees to start thinking about their legacy and what they want to leave to their children, grandchildren or a favorite charitable cause. But despite the dollar signs they see on investment and bank accounts, there’s no guarantee loved […]

Nearly 1 million state tax returns yet to be filed as Oct. 16 deadline approaches

SACRAMENTO — The Franchise Tax Board (FTB) reminds taxpayers that Monday, Oct. 16, is the deadline for filing 2016 state personal income tax returns to avoid penalties. Each year, Californians file more than 18 million state personal and business income tax returns. While most file their returns by the traditional mid-April deadline, more than 1.5 million take […]

Chamber events include Harvest Faire

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce has four events scheduled for this month. They are: Oct. 12 – SunUpper hosted by Connections Networking Group at Trupiano’s Italian Bistro, 8 a.m. Oct. 15 – Harvest Faire – Historic Downtown Fallbrook – 10 to 4 p.m. Oct. 18 – SunDowner at Regency Fallbrook, 5:30 p.m. Oct. 27 – Lunch Mob in the Village […]

How to decide who merits your money

Patrick Renn Special to the Village News Not long ago, Jeff Bezos took to Twitter to ask the world for charitable-giving ideas. The Amazon.com founder sought a charitable strategy that looked at the long-term, and soon he was inundated with suggestions. Of course, Bezos has plenty of money to give, but you don’t need to […]

Rainbow MWD approves rate setting services contract

A new cost of service study for the Rainbow Municipal Water District is being conducted by Raftelis Financial Consultants. The Rainbow board voted 4-0, July 27, with Hayden Hamilton absent, to approve a contract which will pay Raftelis $61,702 for a study on appropriate water rates and other charges and $41,476 for the study on […]

Salmon appointed board chair of ACHD

Salmon appointed board chair of ACHD

FALLBROOK – Howard Salmon, board vice president of the Fallbrook Regional Health District, has been appointed board chair of the Association of California Healthcare Districts (ACHD). The ACHD represents healthcare districts throughout the state. The association serves the diverse needs of California’s healthcare districts by enhancing public awareness, training and educating its members and advocating for legislation […]

Determining liability in slip and fall accidents can be tricky

Morton J. Grabel, Esq. Special to the Village News If you slip and fall on someone else’s property, the property owner may be liable for your injuries. Thousands of people are injured each year – some seriously – when they slip or trip and fall on a wet floor, defective stairs or a rough patch […]

Business Expo offered Oct. 12

BONSALL – The Bonsall Chamber of Commerce is pleased to be hosting a Business Expo on Thursday, Oct. 12 at Pala Mesa Resort from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. The expo is open to the public and all are invited to come out and “Discover some of your local Businesses”. The communities of Bonsall and Fallbrook have a […]

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