Boys aquatic sports teams have modest poolside facilities

At a recent Fallbrook Community Forum meeting, where leaders of non-profits give updates on their organizations, many attendees were surprised when Don Kuhn of the Fallbrook Aquatics Fund reported on the facilities being used by some of the boys who compete in aquatic sports at Fallbrook High School (FHS). “The boys continue to have their […]

Lockdown lifted at Fallbrook and Ivy  High Schools

The lockdown of Fallbrook High School and Ivy High School was lifted at 2:46 p.m. today, nearly four hours after school officials ordered it due to a weapon possibly being on the school grounds. “We had a report that there was possibly a gun on campus,” said Kelly McGee, secretary for Fallbrook High School principal […]

Knights of Columbus reel in diners with ‘Fish Fry Fridays’

Knights of Columbus reel in diners with ‘Fish Fry Fridays’

One of the most popular dining venues in Fallbrook on Friday evenings isn’t a restaurant, but rather a church hall. The Knights of Columbus are in the midst of hosting their “Fish Fry Fridays,” a tradition the organization started nearly 30 years ago. The dinners are held during the Lenten season at St. Peter’s Hall, […]

Sheriff’s Department uses ‘teamwork’ to handle dangerous situations

Fallbrook doesn’t often make the evening news on San Diego television stations. In fact, some people complain that Fallbrook’s high and low temperatures aren’t displayed frequently enough on the weather maps during newscasts. Things have been different lately, however, as twice in a span of 29 days stations went “live” to Fallbrook to report on […]

3-year-old girl injured in hit and run ‘recovering amazingly’

The 3-year-old Fallbrook girl who sustained serious injuries when she was struck by a hit and run driver Feb. 20 is home and “recovering amazingly,” according to her mother. In an email to the Village News March 1, the mother added of her daughter, who incurred a minor skull fracture, “She is such a fighter […]

Organic citrus growers continue to battle ACP

Local organic citrus growers gathered at the Pala Mesa Resort Feb. 22 to discuss their continuing battle with Asian Citrus Psyllid (ACP) and the efforts to prevent the disease Huanglongbing (HLB) from spreading to their groves. The psyllid feed on citrus leaves and stems and can infect the trees with a bacteria that causes HLB. […]

Theft from vehicles went up in January

Theft from vehicles in Fallbrook increased from December to January, according to Sheriff’s Crime Prevention Specialist Jake Kruger, who works out of the Fallbrook substation. “There’s been an increase in that sort of crime, and we want people to be aware of it,” said Kruger. Kruger wants the public to be informed because motorists themselves […]

Club Paradise Fitness – keeping Fallbrook fit since 1993

Club Paradise Fitness – keeping Fallbrook fit since 1993

Club Paradise Fitness has been part of the Fallbrook community since 1993 and owner Brian Hanson, who purchased the gym in 2000, couldn’t be prouder of that fact. “We have been keeping Fallbrook fit for more than 23 years,” said Hanson of the family-friendly gym located at 1371 South Mission Road. “We try to make […]