SAN DIEGO – Warm and mostly sunny weather in San Diego County today is expected to give way to potentially damaging winds and rainfall that could cause flooding later this week as a strong Pacific storm moves into the region. The wet winter storm is expected to bring light rain starting late Thursday, and strong […]
Taylor Dominik Writer/Intern On Jan. 26, Bonsall High School’s boys’ basketball team played Bayfront Charter High School. The game was spirited, but ultimately, the Legionnaires lost 56-42. When asked about the game, sophomore Legionnaire Gunnar Streich said, “Our team played hard and with a lot of heart. We may have lost, but it happens and […]
A 16-year-old boy was arrested after allegedly robbing a Fallbrook gas station at gunpoint early today.
Cynthia Cdebaca has been found guilty of first-degree murder in the Feb. 11, 2014, death of 53-year-old Geoward Eustaquio.
Elizabeth Youngman Westphal Special to the Village News Note to the reader: This is not a review – it is a recommendation. There are only three performances and in an effort to support local theatre, it was necessary to attend a rehearsal. I observed the second act run-through, and the rehearsal was delightful. MGM released […]
Morton J. Grabel, Esq. For many people, declaring bankruptcy is not only a financial decision; but sometimes a personal one. Therefore, no one can really advise you if it’s right for you. However, factors such as the stigma of filing bankruptcy has considerably lessened over the years. Moreover, the Federal Government has deliberately carved out […]
Natalie Weber Writer/Intern The Fallbrook High boys varsity basketball team played a close game against Escondido High School Jan. 17 at the Fallbrook gym. The teams were quite evenly matched in terms of size, which made for an exciting game. Escondido was the first to score and maintained a lead, but the Fallbrook team closed […]
CAMP PENDLETON – Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton released non-essential personnel at 12 p.m. today, Jan. 20, and will open three hours late Monday, Jan. 23 with non-essential personnel asked to not arrive before 10 a.m. Civilian personnel have the option for unscheduled leave or unscheduled telework. All personnel should plan to arrive for work no more than three hours later than […]
Six new influenza-related deaths in the San Diego region, including that of a previously healthy 45-year-old woman, were reported Thursday, Jan. 19 by county health officials.
The second in a series of winter storms is expected to batter San Diego County today, bringing downpours that could again lead to flooding, plus heavy mountain snow, potentially damaging winds and thunderstorms.