Increase in coyote activity apparent

SOUTHERN CALIF. – Officials across Southern California have seen an increase in coyote activity in residential areas and public parks. Coyotes live throughout the region and are often seen year round. Normally, coyotes pose no threat to humans and keep their distance. But if they have access to food and garbage, they lose their fear of […]

Man to be charged with second-degree murder and vehicular manslaughter

VISTA – A man accused of driving drunk and causing a head-on crash that killed a motorcyclist near Bonsall must stand trial on charges including second-degree murder and vehicular manslaughter, a judge ruled today. Christopher Henry — who has a 2008 misdemeanor DUI conviction from Riverside County — faces 15 years to life in prison if convicted of […]

Sponsors needed for Thanksgiving Walk/Run to Feed the Hungry

Sponsors needed for Thanksgiving Walk/Run to Feed the Hungry

FALLBROOK –The shelves at the Fallbrook Food Pantry are looking pretty bare and the Thanksgiving holiday is right around the corner. It’s time for each resident to step forward to lend a helping hand to those in need in the community. The Fallbrook Food Pantry is looking for organizations and individuals who can help. A […]

Britannia Connection aids FHS band in trip to London

Britannia Connection aids FHS band in trip to London

FALLBROOK – Sarah Dungworth, president of Britannia Connection Inc. (BCI), recently handed over a check for $5,550 to the Fallbrook High School Warriors Marching Band in support of their upcoming trip to march in the Lord Mayor of London’s New Year’s Parade. BCI raised the money by hosting a lunch and fashion show at the […]

Cipriani-Willis to demonstrate at art association meeting

Cipriani-Willis to demonstrate at art association meeting

FALLBROOK – Janice Cipriani-Willis will be demonstrating her watercolor techniques at Fallbrook Art Association’s general meeting Thursday, Nov. 12, from 5:30 until 8 p.m. An accomplished watercolorist, she began her art education by earning a B.A. in Fine Arts from California State University, Los Angeles. She continued her education by studying with nationally known artists, such […]

Two-car collision creates 60 ft. gusher on Fallbrook Street

Two-car collision creates 60 ft. gusher on Fallbrook Street

FALLBROOK – As the result of a two-car collision at 5:16 pm today, A fire hydrant on the eastbound side of Fallbrook Street, just east of Main Ave. was shooting water 60 ft. into the air. The collision was reported by CHP to be a non-injury accident. The fire department was on scene waiting for Fallbrook […]

NCL volunteers help at REINS Hoedown

FALLBROOK – A group of five mothers and seven daughters from the San Luis Rey chapter of National Charity League volunteered their time to help at the 2015 REINS Country Hoedown, held in October. National Charity League has a long history of volunteerism at many community events in the Bonsall and Fallbrook area. At the […]

Fallbrook Library offers free events in Nov.

FALLBROOK – The free events at Fallbrook Library in November include concerts, workshops and talks on a variety of subjects in the community room. On Sunday, Nov. 1 at 2 p.m.,  the Acoustic Showcase, a monthly concert series, will feature local singers and songwriters Coco Kallis and Lafe Dutton who write and perform original blues-based […]

Rugby decision is grossly unfair

Dear Asst. Superintendent Iniguez, I am shocked and saddened that you have come to a conclusion that is neither well-reasoned, nor factually-supported. It appears you have performed a subjective evaluation that has rendered a decision that is grossly unfair to a particular group, and reveals a double standard. Why are only the boy’s rugby team […]