Marine instructors in Fallbrook High School’s JROTC program, Lt. Col. Bill Wade, left, and Master Sergeant Brian Richardson, right, accept a donation from Matt Beebe, owner of Beebe Family Arms & Munitions in Fallbrook, on May 22.
Gunnery Sgt. Lynn Kinney Marine Corps Installations West – Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton The Camp Pendleton’s Fire Emergency Services department was recently recognized as 2016’s Department of Defense Fire Department of the Year in a message released by the Assistant Secretary of the Navy, May 17, 2017. This is the second time the department […]
The mid-year budget adjustments approved April 25 by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors included appropriating $1,037,425 to the San Diego County Regional Fire Authority (SDCRFA) for apparatus purchases and $1,000,000 to the SDCRFA for the purchase of defibrillator monitors and the funding of increased fire and emergency medical services. The county supervisors’ 5-0 […]
The Sheriff’s Department operates a radio facility at Rainbow Heights, but the tower and equipment shelter are now more than 30 years old and no longer support the communications system. On May 2, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 to authorize a construction contract to replace the radio tower, equipment shelter, and […]
LINCOLN, Neb. – In a world of IRAs, bonds, annuities and investment property, one retirement benefit often gets overlooked – or not discussed at all – by some financial advisers: Social Security. “In retirement, you need to create as much fixed, guaranteed income as you can,” says Tony Perrone, president and founder of the Estate […]
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 […]
Nathaniel Sillin Special to the Village News When you’re a kid, a few dollars can seem like all the money in the world. It can take weeks, sometimes months, to save up your allowance. When you finally decide to spend it, you might realize that $10 or $20 isn’t as much as it seems. As […]
Although the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce’s 2017 Awards and Installation Luncheon was titled “Fallbrook…The Hidden Gem”, the event was more about the people that live here than the place itself. The event was held at the Golf Club of California on May 12. Chamber CEO Lila MacDonald described the luncheon guests, “all friends, some are […]
El Toro Market hosts dinner for members of Fallbrook High’s varsity baseball team. Top row, from left, are Joel Calhoun, Kobe Stallings, Trevor Sheets, Dean Olivo, Grant Knox, and Zac Allegro. Sitting are Colin Hoff, left, and Tristen Smith.
Nathaniel Sillin Special to the Village News Following the Great Recession, it seemed liked extreme couponing was a competitive sport. You could watch on TV as shoppers armed with binders full of clipped coupons and an in-depth knowledge of stores’ policies would get incredible discounts at the checkout counter. Extreme couponing may not be as […]