Two arrested in March 28 probation checks  

Two individuals were arrested and nine field interviews were done on individuals suspected of criminal potential during the latest probation sweep done by Sheriff’s deputies and detectives in Fallbrook. According to Sheriff’s Sgt. Pat Yates, the probation compliance operation was conducted Saturday night, March 28 into the wee hours of Sunday morning, March 29. “The […]

Reward offered, two men sought in two-year-old Robinson murder case

Reward offered, two men sought in two-year-old Robinson murder case

Authorities with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department continue to try and solve the murder of Fallbrook resident Larry Robinson, which is now two years old. The latest developments are that the authorities are now seeking two specifically described men that are wanted for questioning in the case and the City of Temecula has posted a […]

County extends Fallbrook Sports Association lease at airpark

The lease the Fallbrook Sports Association has for use of Fallbrook Community Airpark has been extended until 2035. The lease which was scheduled to expire in 2018 was replaced by a new 20-year lease effective April 1, 2015, and terminating on March 31, 2035. The new lease was approved on a 5-0 San Diego County Board of […]

Women’s Connection to hear about Myrtle Creek Botanical Gardens

Women’s Connection to hear about Myrtle Creek Botanical Gardens

FALLBROOK – At the April 17 Fallbrook Women’s Connection brunch meeting, the featured speaker will be Kent Harvey, marketing director of Myrtle Creek Botanical Gardens. The program will take place at the beautiful Grand Tradition Estate & Gardens from 10 a.m. to noon. Harvey will present an overview of the gardens and their rich history dating back to the late […]

Pets of the week

Pets of the week

FALLBROOK – Lolly (Corgi mix) and Monkey (Spaniel mix) have been at the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary for quite a while. They were relinquished because the owners went back to England and didn’t want to go through the procedure of taking their dogs with them. They are very house trained and great dogs. Both are female […]

A “heroic” farewell to conductor Jon Robertson

FALLBROOK – As they say, “all good things must come to an end.” Sadly, this is true for Fallbrook Music Society and its wonderful relationship with Jon Robertson, music director and conductor of the Redlands Symphony Orchestra. “It is with great sadness, that we announce this next concert will be Jon’s last appearance here in […]

Mini farm animals to visit Arts in the Park

FALLBROOK – Rally for Children has struggled for years trying to find a petting zoo for Arts in the Park, the yearly free event the group sponsors. “Too costly, too much trouble” were valid excuses. To the rescue came Amber and Rae Espinoza who will bring “Mini Farm by Chance” to Arts in the Park, April […]

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