Residents contribute suggestions for revitalizing Fallbrook

The request for ideas for revitalizing downtown Fallbrook elicited almost 20 responses through both email and online comments. Some residents support the proposed improvements while others offered their own suggestions for developing the downtown area and attracting more visitors. Mona Castro would like a letter to be sent to each property owner in downtown Fallbrook, […]

Art center burns mortgage papers

Art center burns mortgage papers

A crowd of more than 40 people gathered in the parking lot behind the Fallbrook Art Center to symbolically burn the center’s mortgage papers on July 14. The crowd continued celebrating the milestone with a reception inside the art center at Alvarado Street and Main Avenue. Jerri Patchett, President of the Fallbrook Arts Inc. (FAI) […]

Appeals court affirms Allyn verdict

Five years after the initial filing of Elaine Allyn vs. Fallbrook Union Elementary School District in May 2012, the Court of Appeal, Fourth Appellate District, Division One, State Of California has denied motions from both sides of the case. On July 11, the appeals court filed its decision which denied the district’s appeal of the […]

Suggestions made for revitalizing downtown

Suggestions made for revitalizing downtown

At their June meeting, members of the Fallbrook Revitalization Committee were asked to prioritize what they felt was needed to be done to revitalize downtown Fallbrook. The committee, which is made up of town leaders, had come up with eight suggestions at the May meeting. Roy Moosa, president of Fallbrook Village Association, conducts the monthly […]

How to conquer sugar cravings

How to conquer sugar cravings

The title of the Woman of Wellness talk on June 1 was “The Sugar Habit: Why We Start and Can’t Stop, and How to Kick it!”. Certificated health coach Tiffany Burnett gave the presentation at Fallbrook Library. Burnett started out by describing her own experiences with an uncontrollable craving for sugar, which led her to […]

A bit of wine, food and art make for a fun walk

A bit of wine, food and art make for a fun walk

The Wine & a Bite Art Walk is run by the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce to promote Fallbrook. While the businesses involved are all located downtown, the restaurants who provide the bites and the wineries that bring the wine are located all over Fallbrook. Being a town with many artists, the event also includes local […]

Reading Day with Wishbone the Beagle at Fallbrook Library

Reading Day with Wishbone the Beagle at Fallbrook Library

  FALLBROOK – Wishbone the Beagle is a valuable member of the Sheriff’s Search and Rescue (SAR) K-9 Team. When he’s not busy looking for missing people, Wishbone loves to meet children. Join Wishbone, SAR K-9 Team Leader Pam Medhurst and your friends from the Fallbrook Sheriff’s Substation for a fun-filled time on Wednesday, July […]

Fallbrook students show their leadership skills

Fallbrook students show their leadership skills

  Several schools in the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District (FUESD) held Leadership Day events this spring to show parents and community members how the students are developing their abilities and talents. FUESD has implemented the “The Leader in Me” approach in all of its schools based on “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People®” […]