State Water Board adjusts for successful prior cutbacks

State Water Board adjusts for successful prior cutbacks

INDIO  – The State Water Board today adjusted mandatory water cutbacks for government water agencies to enforce on their customers, to avoid penalizing groups of people who have already cut back per capita usage. But the mandatory cutbacks were increased slightly for cities where water usage is very high, such as the Coachella Valley, and other places where lush […]

Fallbrook Woman’s Club celebrates “Honoring Our Own”

Fallbrook Woman’s Club celebrates “Honoring Our Own”

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Woman’s Club celebrated its “Honoring Our Own” meeting in March by presenting the honorees with special gifts. Pam Hermansader was named “Woman of the Year.” The “Volunteer of the Year” award went to Loraine Genevose. These two women have gone above and beyond to provide service to the community and the […]

Fire on Camp Pendleton results in smoke coming into Fallbrook

Fire on Camp Pendleton results in smoke coming into Fallbrook

A fire on Camp Pendleton is currently causing smoke to drift into the Fallbrook community. According to North County Fire Protection District, a fire is currently located on one of Camp Pendleton’s impact ranges. According to authorities, the current onshore breeze is causing smoke to drift heavily across Fallbrook. (as of Friday, April 17, 4 […]

Man arrested on drug charges during compliance check operation    

During the process of conducting a probation compliance check, a Fallbrook man, Cesar Murillo, 28, was found to be in possession of a small amount of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to Sheriff’s Sgt. Patrick Yates. The incident took place when deputies and detectives were conducted compliance checks on seven Fallbrook residents on […]

Metropolitan Water District approves 15 percent cut to water supplies for San Diego County

Facing unprecedented drought conditions, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California’s board of directors on Tuesday, April 14, approved a 15 percent water supply cutback to the  Water Authority and its other customers starting July 1. That decision is one of several important actions in coming weeks that will impact the San Diego region’s water supplies and conservation […]

Fallbrook celebrates the avocado

Fallbrook celebrates the avocado

When Fallbrook shares the love for its trademark fruit with the masses on Sunday, April 19 at the 29th annual Avocado Festival, education will be at the center, literally. This year, the organizing body, the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce, is putting a learning center in the heart of the festival at Main Avenue and Alvarado […]

AAUW to present its annual Country Garden Tour on May 9

AAUW to present its annual Country Garden Tour on May 9

FALLBROOK – The recent, scant rains have benefited the gardens on the American Association of University Women’s (AAUW) Country Garden Tour being held Saturday, May 9, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. However, gardeners have been diligent in tearing out lawns and replacing them with low-water requiring landscapes. This year the six gardens on tour […]

Lone male member of Rally for Children helps with Arts in the Park

Lone male member of Rally for Children helps with Arts in the Park

FALLBROOK – Part of the charm of the Friendly Village is the many volunteers that play such an active role in the community including putting on the upcoming Arts in the Park. Glenn Zajic is one of the super volunteers. He also has the distinction of being the only male member of Fallbrook’s Rally for […]

Come “sea” what’s swimming along the Pico Promenade

Come “sea” what’s swimming along the Pico Promenade

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Beautification Alliance (FBA), with the help of Save Our Forest, maintains the walking path along the Pico Promenade in downtown Fallbrook. The benches that line the path, providing a shady spot for rest or reflection, were in need of a major makeover or replacement. Earlier this year, a suggestion was made […]

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