3-year-old Fallbrook girl injured by hit and run driver

FALLBROOK – A 3-year-old Fallbrook girl was rushed to the hospital by air ambulance Monday night after she was struck by a hit and run driver. Officers and paramedics responded to the 900 block of Vanita Street at about 9 p.m. Monday, where the girl was found by her family laying in the roadway with injuries, […]

Executive Landscape to renovate Sullivan Middle School field

Executive Landscape, Inc., will be renovating the lower field at Sullivan Middle School. The Bonsall Unified School District board voted 4-0 Jan. 19, with Erin English absent, to approve a $24,998 contract with the Rainbow firm to eliminate holes and clumps of invasive grass on the field. “The lower field at Sullivan needs some attention,” […]

Learn to protect yourself and loved ones from diabetes

Dr. Terry A. Rondberg Special to the Village News There’s an epidemic racing through America at an incredible rate: diabetes. According to the American Diabetes Association, it’s the fastest-growing disease in the country and the fifth leading cause of death. If the trend continues, one out of three Americans will develop diabetes in their lifetime. […]

Music society to present free interdisciplinary concert Feb. 26 at library

Music society to present free interdisciplinary concert Feb. 26 at library

FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Music Society, in partnership with the Fallbrook Library, will present an interdisciplinary concert featuring Flamenco and Indian dance with Fred Benedetti on classical guitar. The free concert will be held Sunday, Feb. 26 at 2:30 p.m. in the community room of the Fallbrook Library. The concert is part of the Music Society’s […]

St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Shop donates to A Leer

St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Shop donates to A Leer

FALLBROOK − The St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Shop recently made a donation to the Fallbrook A Leer reading program. Lucy Alvarez, publicity officer for St. Vincent de Paul, presented a $1,000 check to Nick Stamos, a committee volunteer for A Leer. The funds will help provide books for A Leer’s Family Literacy Day event, […]

Lt. Col. George A. Churchill

Lt. Col. George A. Churchill

Lt. Col. George A. Churchill (Ret) passed away peacefully on January 19, 2017. He began his amazing 94 year journey on October 4, 1922 in Berwyn, Ill., the first of four children born to Frank and Lillian Churchill. Several years later, the family moved to Ligonier, Ind., where George graduated from high school in 1939 […]

Mildred Eugene Viola Crabtree

Mildred Eugene Viola Crabtree

Mildred Eugene Viola Crabtree, 92, passed away January 28, 2017 in Prineville, Oregon. She was born in East End, Canada to Ota and Ida (Youtsey) Crabtree, January 21, 1925. There will be an inurnment committal service at Riverside National Cemetery February 28, 2017 at 1 p.m. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to St. […]

Michael John Bruno

Michael John Bruno

Michael John Bruno passed away peacefully at home on February 5 after a lengthy illness with Parkinson’s. He was born June 21, 1932 in Larchmont, NY, the third youngest of 11 children of Michele and Raffaela Bruno. Michael graduated from Mamaroneck High School where he played varsity basketball, baseball and football and was inducted into […]

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