Bicyclist injured in collision

About 3:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 26, a 20 year old male bicycle rider collided with a vehicle near Rite-Aid on South Mission Road. According to North County Fire public information officer John Buchanan, the man suffered non-life threatening injuries and was taken by ground transport to Palomar Hospital. The details of the collision are not […]

BBQ stand benefits local troops and vets

BBQ stand benefits local troops and vets

Dining choices at the last Fallbrook Summer Nights event on Aug. 19 included pulled pork sandwiches, Maine lobster and personal size pizzas, but the delightful aroma of hamburgers and hot dogs cooking on a grill attracted just as many customers to the Veterans of Foreign War’s (VFW) food stand. An appealing meal for families as […]

How to treat varicose veins

How to treat varicose veins

The Woman of Wellness program held in July at Fallbrook Library featured Dr. Stefan Moldovan talking about varicose veins. A vascular surgeon, Moldovan informed the room full of ladies, and a few men, about the symptoms and causes of this common condition. Forty million people in the U.S. have varicose veins; 25 percent of women […]

Olivo commits to George Fox University

Olivo commits to George Fox University

Fallbrook High graduate Bryce Olivo was the eighth local student to sign a letter of intent to play collegiate sports. He will be attending George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon and playing football. Olivo was named to the offensive first team all league as a running back in fall 2015, helping Fallbrook earn a three […]

Historical document comes home to Fallbrook

Historical document comes home to Fallbrook

The history of small towns is often well-known to its residents, but sometimes a new chapter is added by a newcomer who sees that history with fresh eyes. Such is the case for Fallbrook and Lauren Kelly-Hill, who moved here in 2012. Originally from Texas, Kelly-Hill lived in Orange County for several years before marrying […]

Sculpture vandalized at Palomares House

Sculpture vandalized at Palomares House

On Monday, June 20, the staff at Palomares House (home of the Fallbrook Land Conservancy) noticed that one of the sculptures on the grounds had been broken apart. Called “For the love of music,” the bronze sculpture of hummingbirds attached to a marble base sat near one of the walkways in the park area of […]

Fallbrook athletes commit to competing in college

Fallbrook athletes commit to competing in college

This spring, seven Fallbrook High School student athletes signed letters of intent with the colleges of their choice. Athletic director Patrick Walker said that the high school averages between five and 10 students signing letters each year, so this was a normal number. Two of the students signed to play football, two to play field […]

How to create a vision of wellness and achieve it

The program for the June 2 Women of Wellness (WOW) event, sponsored by Fallbrook Healthcare District (FHD), was about “How to set wellness goals and achieve them”. In the community room at Fallbrook Library, FHD board vice-president Barbara Mroz, the new emcee for the WOW program, started off by telling the ladies who attended, “Just […]

Fallbrook residents get surprise visitor

Fallbrook residents get surprise visitor

Fallbrook residents on Grace Ct. had a surprise visitor the morning of June 17. They called North County Fire for help and firefighter/paramedic Paul Moritz took the visitor outside. See the June 23 issue of the Village News for more photos and to find out how the visitor got inside.