Volleyball camp registration is open

FALLBROOK – Chippewa Volleyball Camp will be offered July 17-20, 9 a.m. to noon, at Fallbrook High School. The camp is open to all incoming 5th through 9th grade boys and girls of all skill levels. This fun annual volleyball camp is being offered again by the Fallbrook Volleyball Boosters Club to enhance the participants’ […]

Peter Particelli

Peter Particelli

Peter Particelli of Fallbrook, Calif. peacefully passed away on June 7, 2017 after a long struggle with Parkinson’s disease. He was surrounded by his beloved wife of 40 years, Cynthia; his son Eric, daughter-in-law Carly, and granddaughters Blair and Hailey, at the time of his passing. Peter was born on September 10, 1937, to parents […]

Frederick Joseph Kruger

Frederick Joseph Kruger

Frederick Joseph Kruger was born Dec. 3, 1926, in his parents’ apartment in the Inwood section of upper New York City and passed away June 1, 2017 at his home in Fallbrook, Calif. His father, Frederick John Kruger, was a welder and ironworker and his mother, Ruth Kruger, was from Kingston, Jamaica. Fred had an […]

Michelle’s Place to screen film ‘Being Mortal’

TEMECULA – Michelle’s Place Breast Cancer Resource Center is holding a free community screening of the documentary “Being Mortal” at 6:30 p.m. June 27. After the screening, audience members can participate in a guided conversation on how to take concrete steps to identify and communicate wishes about end-of-life goals and preferences. “Being Mortal” delves into […]

Loma Linda University Medical Center construction begins

MURRIETA – Construction began this month on Loma Linda University Medical Center – Murrieta’s upcoming neonatal intensive-care unit, which is scheduled to open this autumn and add to the hospital’s complete delivery care for new parents. The six-bed facility will be a Level II NICU, enabling hospital staff to take care of the most common […]

Safely cut the cost of elective medical expenses

Nathaniel Sillin Special to Village News Whether it’s a matter of comfort, appearance or safety, there are many medical procedures that you may want or need but your health insurance won’t cover. Laser eye surgery may fall into the want category for most people, and it can be a hefty investment with treatment for each […]

Salmonella is ‘no yolk’ when raising backyard chickens

Salmonella is ‘no yolk’ when raising backyard chickens

FALLBROOK – City dwellers and suburbanites have flown the coop, so to speak. A growing interest in raising chickens has enabled coops and nesting birds to spring up in neighborhoods one would not typically associate with chickens. Sometimes dubbed “urban homesteading” or “urban farming,” these homegrown operations enable people to enjoy fresh eggs from the […]

Different ways to showcase a diploma

TEMECULA – After all the pomp and circumstance of graduation festivities, graduates are left holding a highly symbolic piece of paper that has the potential to impact the rest of their lives. Graduates can exhibit pride in their academic accomplishments by prominently displaying their diplomas in their homes. Following are some ideas about how graduates […]

Art by the Inch mural is now raising funds

Art by the Inch mural is now raising funds

FALLBROOK – Brandon Gallery is holding its fourth biennial “Art by the Inch” fundraiser. This year, in addition to benefiting Brandon Gallery, a non-profit art gallery, the event’s proceeds will be shared with three other local nonprofits, REINS, Fallbrook Food Pantry and Fallbrook Beautification Alliance. Twenty Brandon Gallery artists have collaborated to create one long […]

The O’Jays and The Whispers to perform at Pala

PALA – Pop and R&B legends The O’Jays, along with special guest The Whispers, will perform at Pala Casino Spa & Resort’s Starlight Theater Friday, Aug. 4, at 8 p.m. The O’Jays are touring history and a connection to an era and sound that formed the soundtrack for several generations. Original members Walter Williams, Sr. […]