Mediterranean seafood, South American wine and a tea tree from Balboa Park – an international experience awaits diners at Pala’s new Cave restaurant!

Mediterranean seafood, South American wine and a tea tree from Balboa Park – an international experience awaits diners at Pala’s new Cave restaurant!

Where in San Diego County can one find salmon and shrimp from the Mediterranean Sea, Quail Eggs, Truffles, Kimchi, and one-pound Australian Lobster – all on the same menu? The new Cave restaurant at Pala Casino Spa & Resort! Luciano Cibelli, executive chef, is Italian by birth. Growing up in Milan, he began to cook […]

County adopts program for on-site wastewater treatment systems

The County of San Diego has adopted a Local Agency Management Program (LAMP) for on-site wastewater treatment systems. A 4-0 San Diego County Board of Supervisors vote June 10, with Greg Cox at a California Coastal Commission reading, approved the first reading and introduction of the ordinance. A 5-0 vote June 24 approved the second reading and […]

County accepts $260,000 for SLR River Park trail

County accepts $260,000 for SLR River Park trail

An agreement between the County of San Diego and the California Department of Transportation to fund a trail for the future San Luis Rey River Park has been approved. A 5-0 San Diego County Board of Supervisors vote June 23 approved the agreement which involves the county accepting $260,000 of Caltrans funding to construct a […]

Marine accused of pushing teens off oceanfront bluff to be arraigned today

Marine accused of pushing teens off oceanfront bluff to be arraigned today

VISTA – A Camp Pendleton Marine accused of pushing two female companions off an oceanfront bluff over South Carlsbad State Beach during a drunken argument, seriously injuring one of them, is scheduled for arraignment at the Vista Courthouse today, Tues., July 21.   Bradley Huston, 20, and a fellow serviceman were socializing with a 17-year-old girl and 18-year-old […]

Hartman wins first, second in fair jewelry competition

Patricia Hartman won first-place and second-place category awards for her jewelry at the San Diego County Fair’s gems, minerals, and jewelry competition.            Hartman’s necklace called “Roses and Vines” took first place in the Metal Clay Jewelry, Single Piece, With or Without Stones class. Her brooch “Sterling Lace Fantasia” received second place in the Wire Worked […]

County awards Neighborhood Reinvestment funds to four local entities

Arts Center $57,380 Foundation for Senior Care $43,979 Devil Pups $20,000 Village Association $10,000 Fallbrook Center for the Arts, Inc., the Fallbrook Healthcare Foundation (Foundation for Senior Care), Camp Pendleton’s Devil Pups program, and the Fallbrook Village Association will be receiving Neighborhood Reinvestment Program grants from the County of San Diego. The San Diego County […]

Chamber CEO reflects on loss of Fallbrook business owner that was killed in Murrieta motorcycle accident

Chamber CEO reflects on loss of Fallbrook business owner that was killed in Murrieta motorcycle accident

The Fallbrook community is mourning the loss of a local business owner who sustained fatal injuries last night in a motorcycle crash in Murrieta that left his wife hospitalized with major injuries. Michael Anthony Manley, 56, of Temecula, co-owner  of Fallbrook’s Mane Attraction salon was killed about 10 p.m. Wed., July 8, when authorities say […]

Fallbrook High Basketball camp – a legacy for success

Fallbrook High Basketball camp – a legacy for success

From June 22 through 25, youth basketball players had an opportunity to get in the gym and work with members of the Fallbrook High School team to develop their skills and improve their game. The basketball program has run the summer camp program for years for the purpose of growing the game in the community. The […]

Supervisors accept Automated Vehicle Locator donation

The $276,000 the San Diego Regional Fire Foundation donated to the county to purchase Automated Vehicle Locator equipment on firefighting apparatus exceeded the donation amount the county could accept without Board of Supervisors approval, but the only delay in the supervisors’ acceptance was praise for the donation and the global positioning system equipment prior to […]

Fallbrook Newcomers Club closes year with special activities

Fallbrook Newcomers Club closes year with special activities

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Newcomers Club brought their 2014-2015 year to a close with several special events. The annual Spring Gathering, this year themed ‘Taco ‘Bout a Party,’ was held at the home of Linda and Derek Lovett on May 30. Over 60 people attended and were delighted to learn that their host, Derek, is […]

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