Fallbrook High unveils new college and career center

Fallbrook High unveils new college and career center

The new college and career center at Fallbrook High School has a college feel to it, and that’s exactly what the two mainstays of the center, Pam Cain and Tony Morrow, were looking to achieve when they oversaw the transformation of a room that had previously been used primarily for storage. Located under the prominent […]

New teen drivers are 3 times as likely to be involved in a deadly crash

SACRAMENTO – Citing new AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety research about teens and distracted driving, the California Department of Insurance, AAA Northern California, Nevada and Utah, California Highway Patrol, CSAA Insurance Group and the ACIC, the California voice of Property Casualty Insurers Association of America, warned that new teen drivers ages 16-17 years old are […]

New acupuncture office expands health care services in Fallbrook

New acupuncture office expands health care services in Fallbrook

FALLBROOK – Acupuncture is now more widely available in Fallbrook since Village Acupuncture recently opened its doors and began taking new patients at 121 E. Alvarado. Licensed acupuncturist Kristine Vanderstock has expanded her services to the Fallbrook area after several years of successfully treating patients in Temecula and San Diego. “Acupuncture is a simple, low-cost […]

Seventeen local groups given Transient Occupancy Tax funding

Seventeen Fallbrook-area organizations were allocated 2017-2018 Community Enhancement funds from San Diego County’s Transient Occupancy Tax revenue. The Community Enhancement appropriations are part of the county’s 2017-2018 budget, which was approved on a 5-0 San Diego County Board of Supervisors vote June 27. Each county supervisor has discretionary control of a Community Enhancement budget of […]

County land, environment departments unveil online appointments

Gig Conaughton County of San Diego Communications Office San Diego County’s land use and environmental departments have introduced a new service to make life easier for customers – a tool to let people set up appointments on their own online, rather than over the phone or in person. The new “Click! to Schedule” tool, at […]

How to save money while welcoming a new pet to your home

Nathaniel Sillin Special to the Village News Whether it’s a dog, cat or another furry (or scaly) friend, many people have pets who are more than just animals – they’re part of the family. Pets can be friends, they can offer nonjudgmental companionship when you’re feeling down and they can put a smile on your […]

AAUW invites interested new members to an Open House

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) invites potential new members to its annual Open House Aug. 19, at 10 a.m. at the historic 1890’s vintage Palomares House and art garden, located at 1815 S. Stagecoach Lane. This is an occasion to stroll the gardens and view the six […]

Three local nonprofits receive Neighborhood Reinvestment Program funds

Three local nonprofits receive Neighborhood Reinvestment Program funds

The recipients of District Five Neighborhood Reinvestment Program grants approved during the June 20 San Diego County Board of Supervisors meeting include Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1924, the Fallbrook Historical Society, and Spirit of Sharing. The supervisors’ 5-0 vote allocated $25,000 to Post 1924 for various facilities improvements, $15,000 to the Fallbrook Historical Society […]

Prepare for major life expenses with tax-advantaged accounts

Nathaniel Sillin Special to the Village News College tuition, a new pair of glasses and retirement may seem unrelated, but the tax law says otherwise. By knowing how and where to save your money, you could pay for each of these expenses with tax-advantaged – or in some cases income-tax-free – money. Individual Retirement Agreements […]

One local mom’s nightmare after daughter is victim of sex trafficking

One local mom’s nightmare after daughter is victim of sex trafficking

Editor’s note: The names of those involved have been changed to protect the innocent. Recruitment into Child Commercial Sexual Exploitation (CSEC) is happening at San Diego County high schools. According to a National Institute of Justice study* conversations were held with 140 County School administrators and staff from 20 schools in North County, South County, […]

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