Attorney Morrison helps clients with important task of estate planning

Attorney Morrison helps clients with important task of estate planning

Most parents want to do right by their children up to the day they die. Attorney Carl Morrison, an estate planning expert, can help people create a situation where they’ll be able to continue to help loved ones even after death. Proper estate planning eliminates problems that can occur after the death of a parent, […]

Summer Movies in the Park comes to Live Oak July 21

Summer Movies in the Park comes to Live Oak July 21

Summer Movies in the Park, free events put on by the County of San Diego Parks and Recreation, is celebrating its 10th anniversary of presenting fun family entertainment on warm summer evenings. Live Oak Park will be the venue for the next Summer Movies in the Park in Fallbrook as it will host a screening […]

Fallbrook High grad Sandoval achieves dream by becoming pro ballplayer

Fallbrook High grad Sandoval achieves dream by becoming pro ballplayer

Brandon Sandoval, a 2013 graduate of Fallbrook High School, was hiking Monserate Mountain June 14 when he received a phone call that suddenly made him feel as if he was on top of the world. A star outfielder on baseball teams at both Fallbrook High and Vanguard University, Sandoval answered a call from Ben Diggins, […]

Party Off the Grid parties on downtown

Party Off the Grid parties on downtown

The Fallbrook Village Association hosted its second Party Off the Grid event the evening of June 23, and attendees appeared to have a fine time as they enjoyed quality tunes from the Shane Hall Trio while they sipped on margaritas, cold beer, wine, soda, water and coffee. “I think it was better than the first […]

CAL FIRE conducts Defensible Space Inspections

There’s no reason to get nervous or hot under the collar if an inspector from CAL FIRE comes knocking at the door. The official is there to help. CAL FIRE is currently conducting Defensible Space Inspections in Fallbrook to help homeowners understand the importance of defensible space, which is the buffer between a home and […]

Chief Abbott reminds celebrators fireworks are illegal

For the first time since 2003, there will not be a professional Fourth of July fireworks show in Fallbrook this year. The Grand Tradition, which hosted a community Fourth of July celebration from 2004-2016 as a benefit for the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance, announced last October that it would no longer host the pyrotechnics due primarily […]

Dog days of summer have arrived at Fallbrook’s Paradise Pet Spa

Dog days of summer have arrived at Fallbrook’s Paradise Pet Spa

The weather is heating up and so is business at Fallbrook’s Paradise Pet Spa. “This is the busiest time of year,” said Mindy Deremo, who co-founded the shop in 2005. “Everybody wants their dog shaved for the summer.” For some dogs, the “summer shave” marks their first visit to Fallbrook’s Paradise Pet Spa in several […]

Fallbrook ‘hams’ get ready for Field Day

Fallbrook ‘hams’ get ready for Field Day

Fallbrook Amateur Radio Club (FARC) members and their fellow amateur radio operators (“hams”) from across the nation are getting ready for American Radio Relay League (ARRL) Field Day, the most popular on-the-air event held annually in the U.S. and Canada. A 24-hour affair in which amateur radio operators set up temporary transmitting stations in public […]

Hoff, Gross honored for providing leadership to young baseball club

Juniors Collin Hoff and Michael Gross were both honored with the Ultimate Warrior Award by the coaching staff of the Fallbrook High School baseball team for their leadership during a tough campaign. Hoff, a second team All Valley League selection, and Gross each enjoyed great moments during the season while helping a very young varsity […]

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