Effort under way for new pool at Fallbrook High School

  Fallbrook High School aquatics parents, coaches, alumni, and others are seeking to replace the school’s current swimming pool with a larger facility which has additional amenities. “We’re just kind of in the formative stages, but we’re taking in money,” said community liaison Don Kuhn. “The long-term goal is to raise five to seven million […]

BUSD approves agreement with Accretive for new Lilac Hills Ranch school

The Bonsall Unified School District (BUSD) approved an agreement with Accretive Investments for Accretive to build a K-8 elementary school on the Lilac Hills Ranch property should the initiative authorizing Lilac Hills Ranch pass in the November election. One 4-0 BUSD board vote, with Timothy Coen absent, was taken during closed session due to the […]

Village News Inc./Reeder Media introduces Lee Yates and Tiffany Yang to digital services dept.

Village News Inc./Reeder Media introduces Lee Yates and Tiffany Yang to digital services dept.

FALLBROOK – Village News, Inc. announces the addition of two employees, Lee Yates and Tiffany Yang, to the Digital Services/Marketing department. Yates and Yang, both with prior experience in creating and managing digital advertising/media and social media campaigns, SEO/SEM, blogging, website building, lead generation, mass communication, and development of branding strategies, are serving Village News […]

Plane flips at Fallbrook Community Airpark; elderly occupants escape with minor injuries

Plane flips at Fallbrook Community Airpark; elderly occupants escape with minor injuries

FALLBROOK – A light plane crashed off the end of a runway and flipped over after landing at Fallbrook Community Airpark today but the 79-year-old pilot and his passenger emerged largely unscathed, authorities reported. The aviation accident occurred shortly after 1 p.m., said Capt. Rich Berry of the North County Fire Protection District. The flier and his 77-year-old […]

Vaccinations: no proof, no school

Vaccinations: no proof, no school

By José A. Álvarez County of San Diego Communications Office SAN DIEGO – The number of unvaccinated kindergartners in California has dropped two years in a row, and health officials hope to see it keep falling this upcoming school year as a result of a new state law that went into effect in July. Senate Bill […]

Supervisors accept Lilac Hills Ranch impact study for Nov. 8 election

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors placed the proposed Lilac Hills Ranch development on the Nov. 8 ballot while also accepting an impact study which noted various impacts of the project. The supervisors’ 4-0 vote Aug. 2, with Bill Horn recusing himself due to a Fair Political Practices Commission statement that he owns property […]

Local groups given Neighborhood Reinvestment Program funds

Each county supervisor has an annual $2 million Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget, and the final $664,081 of Supervisor Bill Horn’s 2015-16 budget was appropriated June 28. The county supervisors recommend the allocation of their Neighborhood Reinvestment Program funds, although those allocations must be approved by a majority of the board. The supervisors voted 5-0 to […]

New program to help people off streets

José A. Álvarez County of San Diego Communications Office On June 21, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors accepted the Project One for All implementation plan that will provide people who are homeless and have serious mental illness access to a coordinated range of services, including housing and health care. Launched by Chairman Ron […]

Good news for Fire Tax Fee protesters

Is the Fire Tax fee really legal or is it an illegal tax under Proposition 13? That is still the question that thousands of California rural property owners and the Howard Jarvis Association are still asking. The group has challenged the constitutionality of this tax in court on behalf of Californians, who are encouraged to […]

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