Hundreds of classics primed for Fallbrook Vintage Car Show

Hundreds of classics primed for Fallbrook Vintage Car Show

Fallbrook Vintage Car Club president Roy Moosa has a signature line that he uses to promote the organization’s signature event, the Fallbrook Vintage Car Show, which will be held this Sunday, May 28 at Pala Mesa Resort. “It is the longest continuously-running car show west of the Mississippi,” states Moosa proudly of the 52-year-old event. […]

Fowler Pest Control & Termites protects homes, businesses, pocket books

Fowler Pest Control & Termites protects homes, businesses, pocket books

Termites. It’s a word that inspires great anxiety in homeowners and business owners as well as real estate buyers and sellers. Glen Fowler has been helping people deal with the dreaded termite as well as other pests for 32 years, and his family-owned and operated Fowler Pest Control & Termites, which he started 17 years […]

FRHD votes to sell hospital to mental health provider

FRHD votes to sell hospital to mental health provider

Less than one month after holding an initial town hall meeting to solicit feedback from residents on possible uses for the vacant Fallbrook Hospital building located at 624 East Elder St., the Fallbrook Regional Health District (FRHD) board voted unanimously to sell the facility to mental health provider Crestwood Behavioral Health Inc. for $4.5 million […]

Cuellar, Durbin, Galvan and O’Connor saluted as Students of the Month

Cuellar, Durbin, Galvan and O’Connor saluted as Students of the Month

A talented artist headed for San Francisco. A globetrotting rugby star. A dedicated individual working two jobs and learning a new language while attending high school. A “straight A” student with designs on creating new food flavors. The Students of the Month for May are an impressive group indeed. Melissa Galvan of Ivy High School […]

Fallbrook ladies complete their second Boston Marathon

Fallbrook ladies complete their second Boston Marathon

Fallbrook residents Lisa Hasvold and Vickie Knox trained together for the 2017 Boston Marathon and on April 17 they both completed the legendary race for the second time in their long-distance running careers. Good friends, Hasvold and Knox had vastly different experiences while covering the grueling marathon distance of 26.2 miles. The course takes runners […]

Popularity of Avocado Festival continues to grow

Popularity of Avocado Festival continues to grow

Why should one attend the 2017 Avocado Festival in historic downtown Fallbrook this Sunday, April 23? Where else can a person see over 100 varieties of avocados, take home an avocado tree, bite into avocado macaroons, help your heart with beer-battered avocados, dive into a bowl of avocado ice cream or lick an avocado popsicle, […]

Young Warrior baseball players – like the Padres – look to the future

Young Warrior baseball players – like the Padres – look to the future

Players on Fallbrook High’s varsity baseball team likely have never heard of the old television sitcom “Growing Pains” (1985-1992, ABC), but they’re experiencing their own growing pains this year and handling them well. “They’re hanging in there,” said co-head coach Martyn Camacho of the young players. How young is the varsity squad? For a tournament […]

Insurance broker O’Leary finds clients best coverage at best price

Insurance broker O’Leary finds clients best coverage at best price

Independent insurance broker Michael O’Leary isn’t dedicated to a company, he’s dedicated to his clients and getting them the best coverage at the best price for their auto, home, and life insurance needs. “Since I don’t work through one company, I can look at all the companies and see what discounts are offered for specific […]