GoFundMe page set up for family of killed bicyclist

FALLBROOK – A GoFundMe page has been set up for the family of Paul Joseph Burke, the 59-year-old Fallbrook man who was killed on the afternoon of May 23 when he was hit by an impaired driver while riding his bike on Old Highway 395 near the Pala Mesa Resort. According the California Highway Patrol, […]

Widened Highway 76 open from I-5 to I-15

Widened Highway 76 open from I-5 to I-15

State Route 76 is now two lanes in each direction between Interstate 5 and Interstate 15. A grand opening ceremony to celebrate the completion of the final phase between South Mission Road and I-15 was held May 16 near the intersection of the old alignment, which is now an access road off the freeway, with […]

Fallbrook resident receives Jack Kent Cooke scholarship

Achieving one’s goals is no small feat, especially when faced with impossible circumstances. However, one determined college student has shown that she will do whatever it takes to meet her goals and achieve in life. Vanessa Reynolds, a 31-year-old Fallbrook resident who is set to transfer from Mira Costa Community College, was recently awarded with […]

Betsy Phillips takes 100 years in stride

Betsy Phillips takes 100 years in stride

Upon approaching Betsy Phillips’ Fallbrook home, I asked myself however can one sum up 100 years in a few paragraphs. I was welcomed amazingly by Betsy herself in a pair of well-fitted blue jeans and a fashionable flowered top. With a warm smile, I was shown into her dining room, amazed at her erect posture […]

California Public Utilities Commission prepares for EIR

SAN FRANCISCO – The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) will prepare a draft and final Environmental Impact Report (EIR), in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), that will discuss the environmental impact of the proposed Pipeline Safety and Reliability Project – New Natural Gas Line 3602 and De-rating Line 1600 (PSRP, or proposed […]

Memorial Day runs will honor fallen heroes from all wars

DUPONT, WASH. – Wear blue: run to remember, a national, nonprofit organization committed to building a running community that honors the service and sacrifice of the American military, is once again proud to announce its annual Memorial Day run. On Monday, May 29, over 20,000 runners and walkers around the world will become a living […]

Supervisors authorize contract for intersection improvements

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors authorized the advertisement for bid and subsequent award of a contract for improvements to the intersection of Fallbrook Street and South Mission Road and for sidewalk and curb improvements on the south side of Fallbrook Street between South Mission Road and Main Avenue and between Morro Road and […]

Camp Pendleton fire is over 500 acres and 60% contained

Camp Pendleton fire is over 500 acres and 60% contained

UPDATE: 5/20/17  – Camp Pendleton Fire is 60% contained with no threat to any structures or personnel. Over 500 acres have burned. There is no threat to Fallbrook. ________________________________________________________________________________________ Camp Pendleton Fire and CALFIRE respond to 30 acre fire   Camp Pendleton Fire Department and CALFIRE are responding to a 30 acre fire north of […]

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