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. […]

BUSD moves ahead with plans amid protests

The Bonsall Unified School District (BUSD) board of trustees has voted to publish a request for proposals (RFP) for “lease-lease back” services for the Bonsall High School Capital Improvement program, in accordance with recently enacted AB2316. This would be a method that could potentially allow for the school district to fund the high school on […]

Town hall meeting held regarding nuclear waste burial

A San Diego watchdog group brought awareness of a potential nuclear waste burial at a nearby beach to the attention of Fallbrook residents during a town hall meeting March 4 at Hilltop Center for Spiritual Living. According to the group Public Watchdogs, Southern California Edison (SCE) has a permit to bury millions of pounds of […]

Wegener provides holistic healing for the body, mind and spirit

Wegener provides holistic healing for the body, mind and spirit

For 15 years, Randall Wegener, L.Ac., Dipl. Ac., MSTOM, has served the greater Fallbrook area with his acupuncture practice through holistic healing and whole body care practices. Many of Wegener’s patients have seen radical transformation to their physical, mental, and emotional health through his care. Wegener’s patients can receive treatment through acupuncture, which has been […]

Man convicted in attempted murder case

One of two individuals arrested in 2014 for attempted murder was recently convicted by the court. Jason Samuel Hernandez, a 41-year-old formerly of Fallbrook, was found guilty of attempted murder for an incident that occurred at the Econo Lodge motel on the 1600 block of South Mission Road on the evening of Dec. 22, 2014. […]

Fallbrook Skatepark updates community on park plans

Fallbrook Skatepark updates community on park plans

Fallbrook Skatepark Inc. (FSI) held a town meeting Feb. 11 to inform the community about the status of the much anticipated skatepark. Approximately 50 individuals gathered at the Fallbrook Library to hear what fundraising and special events FSI will use to gather funds needed for the park. One of the highlights in regards to the skatepark’s […]