Board adopts new three-year Mental Health Services Plan

Gig Conaughton County of San Diego Communications Office The San Diego County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the County’s new three-year Mental Health Services Plan Oct. 11 that increases spending, improves current mental health programs and adds new ones to help children, seniors, homeless and others who may suffer from mental illnesses or disorders. The […]

Support our Troops finds new home, announces sponsorship details

Kim Harris Valleyeditor@reedermedia.com Every year in December, Judy Harter and her crew of jolly elves come together in a show of support for military families in Temecula and the surrounding communities. This year’s Support Our Troops event, scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 3, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. promises to be bigger and better than […]

One shot of Hep A vaccine can stop outbreak

One shot of Hep A vaccine can stop outbreak

José A. Álvarez County of San Diego Communications Office Vaccinating members of at-risk groups with one shot of hepatitis A vaccine is enough to be able to stop the ongoing outbreak in San Diego County. This was one of the main messages of a news conference at Infectious Disease Week, an annual gathering of health […]

County approves revised Murray Investment Company lease at airpark

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors has approved a revised lease agreement for the land Murray Investment Company utilizes at Fallbrook Community Airpark. The previous lease agreement had called for the rent to be renegotiated to market rate effective Nov. 1. The supervisors’ 5-0 vote Sept. 13 increases the monthly rent from $420.81 to […]

Window shades donation for Fallbrook Community Center accepted

Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Friends of the Fallbrook Community Center has offered to donate window shades to the Fallbrook Community Center. The $6,200 value, including installation, exceeds the amount which can be accepted without San Diego County Board of Supervisors approval, but the only delay in the supervisors’ 5-0 vote Sept. 13 to accept […]

A new initiative on drugs

A new initiative on drugs

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) I am pleased to announce that I have been invited to join the coordinating committee of a 5-year Stanford Neurosciences Institute initiative to foster collaboration between scientists and policymakers focused on drug addiction. The Stanford initiative will be national in scope, with committee members tasked to develop plans for its […]

New vaccination recommendations issued for hepatitis A outbreak

Tom Christensen County of San Diego Communications Office The ongoing hepatitis A outbreak in San Diego County has claimed 14 lives and hospitalized 246 people among the reported 352 cases. Approximately 70 percent of the cases have been among people who are homeless, use illicit drugs or a combination of those two factors. The county […]

Replacement windows give new life to an old house

Replacement windows give new life to an old house

Replacing old windows is often a worthwhile investment for homeowners. Energy-efficient windows can prevent heating and cooling loss and keep homes more comfortable throughout the year. According to ISoldMyHouse.com, windows are a functional update that may not be so noticeable visually, but help to improve energy efficiency. “A $10,000 expenditure on new windows can bump […]

Fallbrook Village Toastmasters plan Open House

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Village Toastmasters invites the community to its Open House at the Fallbrook Historical Society in the Ford Room, 6:45 p.m. Monday, Aug. 28. Guests and new members are welcome. What do entrepreneurs, salespeople, real estate agents, employees and military personnel all have in common? They all require excellent communication skills to […]

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