First canine mayor helps raise over $20,000

First canine mayor helps raise over $20,000

Most electoral races are dog-eat-dog, but the inaugural canine mayor election in Fallbrook involved lots of smiles and wagging tails. Vince Ross Village Square was full of music, fun and dog loving folk as they waited for the winning candidate to be announced on May 13. Miss Fallbrook and her court, in addition to campaign […]

Proposed solar facility causes residents concern

Fallbrook residents living near the Valley Oak Mobile Park have raised concerns over a possible solar facility that could be installed as a way to offset the mobile park’s electrical bill. During a recent Fallbrook Community Planning Group (FCPG) board meeting, residents brought up their fears, with some citing visual and health concerns. The uneasiness […]

FUHS listed as a 2017 California Gold Ribbon School

Fallbrook Union High School (FUHS) was recently named a 2017 Gold Ribbon School by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Fallbrook’s public high school was one of 276 middle and high schools that were honored under the Gold Ribbon Schools Awards Program. “These terrific schools are leading the way in embracing our new rigorous academic […]

Faro Trupiano places third in International Pizza Challenge

Faro Trupiano places third in International Pizza Challenge

Faro Trupiano has been a mainstay in the greater Fallbrook community for years with his restaurants, but now he has garnered international attention after ranking third in the Traditional Division at the International Pizza Challenge – Southwest Division, which was held in Las Vegas March 27 to 30. Over 400 international pizza makers gathered to […]

Town hall meeting explores landscape maintenance district idea

Town hall meeting explores landscape maintenance district idea

  Representatives from Fallbrook non-profits involved in beautifying and maintaining Fallbrook’s public areas met with the County of San Diego’s Parks and Recreation Department to discuss the possibility of creating a taxpayer-funded landscape maintenance district for Fallbrook. The meeting was held at the Fallbrook Public Utility District’s community room on March 17. Various members of […]

1 Love Reggae & Art Festival to benefit animals

1 Love Reggae & Art Festival to benefit animals

The arts community of Fallbrook has long worked hard to create an artistic appeal to draw many visitors to the small village, and now those same artists are working hard to bring the community together to raise money for the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary. The event, which is to be held on May 20 from 4 […]

Community colleges to offer free tuition

With costs of college tuition and living expenses skyrocketing through the roof, many high school seniors have considered delaying their first year of college to save up for the expense. However, Palomar and MiraCosta community colleges have recently announced they will offer a year’s tuition and funds for textbooks for students who live in eligible […]

Bonsall Unified teachers begin negotiations with district

The Bonsall Unified School District teachers associations is currently in negotiations with the district, and the teachers are hoping to see in increase in pay. “In the past Great Recession, when the economy was recovering, the teachers didn’t receive any raise at all,” said Julie Urquhart Anguiano, the vice president for the Bonsall Teachers Association. […]

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