Moonlight: No shining star

Ian Murdock Special to the Village News Like several films at the end of 2016, Moonlight was awash with sensitive, relatable and highly pertinent content. Set in the city of Miami, this film traversed the life of a young African American boy being raised by a single mother. In spite of some extremely meaningful performances […]

Feds Provide $20 Million Grant for 91 Freeway Upgrades

RIVERSIDE – U.S. Department of Transportation officials today announced a $20 million grant to help fund construction of express lanes and connector ramps that will ease congestion along Riverside County’s busiest travel artery. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said funding for the state Route 91 Corridor Improvement Project was included in a passel of grants totaling […]

Art resources are a benefit to local schoolchildren

What incredible resources we have in our own backyard to foster the arts in our children! Each year, the junior high students from Iowa Street School don their tennis shoes and embark on an art tour of Fallbrook. This year was another incredible experience. We traversed our village in search of the many “Art in […]

Annual run gives thousands an excuse to play in the mud

Annual run gives thousands an excuse to play in the mud

Athletes from all over Southern California trudged along for 10 kilometers, covered in mud and sweat during the 2010 Camp Pendleton Mud Run at Lake O’Neil, June 5 and 6, with one more run scheduled for June 12. More than 3,000 participants donned their best mud-friendly attire and ran in the annual event, sponsored by […]

Nostalgic plans for holiday season downtown

A flurry of holiday activities, if not snow, will begin November 25 when Bob Kilgore, this season’s official Santa, lights the Christmas tree in the Village Square. Presented by the Downtown Merchants and Connections networking group, this event officially kicks off Fallbrook’s holiday shopping season. A week later, on December 2, the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce […]