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The city of Hemet is situated in the San Jacinto Valley, which is located in southern California in Riverside County. Hemet was founded in 1887 and incorporated in 1910. The town did not truly prosper until after the creation of Lake Hemet, which stimulated agriculture in the region. Hemet is proud to call itself the home of "The Ramona Pageant," the official outdoor play of California. The play was started in 1923, making it one of the longest running outdoor plays in the United States.
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Zip Codes associated with hemet, california:
92543 92544 92545 92870
Towns/Cities near hemet, california : San Jacinto East Hemet Valle Vista Lakeview Homeland Winchester
There's no timeframe for when the popular bypass will be reopen
Emergency pipeline work has led to the temporary closure of Warren Road, south of the Ramona Expressway, in San Jacinto. Eastern Municipal Water District spokesman Kevin Pearson said the road was closed because of a break in a line that carries recycled water.Come out and count bald eagles in Southern California, no experience required
A screenshot from the Big Bear Eagle Cam shows a pair of bald eagles with two eggs in their nest. A screenshot from the Big Bear Eagle Cam shows a pair of bald eagles with two eggs in their nest.Winning a Water is Lifea artwork on display in Jurupa Valley, Eastvale
Imaginative messages of water conservation and stewardship will be on display in Eastvale and Jurupa Valley as part of the 2018 "Water is Life" Student Art Calendar and Exhibit Tour through Tuesday, Jan. 23. The tour features art from Metropolitan Water District of Southern California's Water is Life calendar contest, which includes the work of several Inland students. The Jurupa Community Services District, which is hosting the tour this week, received more than 400 poster submissions last year, four of which went on to the regional contest, one of which, a piece by Mariah Rosario from Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Eastvale, made it into the calendar.Big Bear Eagle Cam: Two bald eagle chicks will hatch soon in San Bernardino Mountains
Two bald eagle parents prepare to guard the two eggs recently laid. The nest is in a tree in the San Bernardino National Forest near Big Bear Lake, as shown by this photo from Jan. 7, 2018.See photos from Hemeta s first comic book convention
Shantell Snell shares a moment with Chamisa Inoway-Mann, who is dressed as the Dark Magician from Yu-Gi-Oh!, as they look at a Harry Potter poster during the first comic book convention at the Hemet Library Saturday, January 13, 2018. Macallan Snell looks at her hand as she tries on a real metal gauntlet during the first comic book convention at the Hemet Library Saturday, January 13, 2018.Developer proposes massive project for rural Riverside County community of Sage
A large crowd turned out to hear about the proposed Diamond Valley Estates Project in Sage Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018, at the Sage Fire Station. A proposal that could see a mini-community popping up in rural Sage south of Hemet is drawing opposition from residents.Suspects in fatal San Jacinto double-shooting to be in court Friday
Ariel Savoie, 19, Kenneth Wilson, 18, and Martel Patrick McBride, 18, all of Hemet; and Alexis Mary Garcia, 19, of Valle Vista east of Hemet, are accused of killing Lauren Lopez, 19, and Patrick Powell, 22. They are expected to appear in Riverside County Superior Court in Banning at 1:30 p.m. Friday, according to John Hall, spokesman for the DA's Office. Several friends of Lopez and Powell have claimed on social media some of the four arrested knew the victims but authorities would neither confirm that information nor elaborate on a motive.Play With Your Food Productions will present the play beginning Jan. 12, 2018.
Play With Your Food Productions' suspenseful comedy "Bad Medicine" debuts Friday, Jan. 12 and runs through Jan. 20 in Hemet. The original play by Michael Tennant, "tells the story of a world famous author who begins to receive threats on his life as the release of his newest book is announced," according to a news release.Hemet police seek witnesses to Jan. 2 fatal crash
Hemet police are seeking witnesses to a 5:40 p.m. fatal crash reported Jan. 2 on Warren Road north of Devonshire Avenue as part of their investigation, according a police news release. It appears two vehicles collided head on after one of the drivers crossed over the double yellow line and into oncoming traffic on the north-south road.Also, the Claremont Young Musicians Orchestra will perform Sunday.
A pair of bald eagles look over two eggs expected to hatch next month in the Big Bear Lake area. A bald eagle count is set for Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018 at Big Bear and other area lakes.Get your comic on at Hemet library
Hemet Public Library will host its first comic convention Saturday, Jan. 13. The event, free to anyone with a library card, will include manga drawing and storyboarding classes, superhero storytime, costume contests and an artists' alley, along with a visit from the Southland Ghostbusters.Lakeside Jazz Club is a monthly event at the Wildomar/Elsinore Elks Lodge
Weston Park in Hemet is a popular spot for homeless to congregate. City officials have signed a contract with a consultant to help find solution to homeless issues in the city.Hemet hoping Caltrans median is put on hold
Allan Parker is expected to be elevated from interim to full-time Hemet city manager on Tuesday, Jan. 9. File photo The controversial median proposed for Highway 74 through Hemet is in limbo after city officials met with the Caltrans director last month in Sacramento to say they don't want the project built. The City Council on Tuesday, Jan. 9 is expected to approve a motion to ask the state agency to stop its plan to install a raised-curb median and turn over the road to Hemet.Woman killed in San Jacinto double-shooting remembered as beautiful, amazing person
Some of the 27 stray dogs found dumped in a Hemet vacant lot on Thursday, Jan. 4. For the third time in a month, Ramona Humane Society has taken in more than two dozen animals at a time either abandoned or surrendered by owners in its mid-Riverside County Service area. The latest, a group of 22 dogs and five puppies, were found by a Good Samaritan in a Hemet vacant lot near Santa Fe Street and Central Avenue on Thursday morning, Jan. 4. Lori Neddermann, vice president of operations, Ramona Humane Society, tries to look at the bright side this time: "We had lots of room.Man accused of shooting girlfriend in Hemet a " then trying to shoot arresting officer, police say
A Hemet man accused of shooting his girlfriend and attempting to shoot a police officer who tried to arrest him moments later was charged Thursday with two counts of attempted murder. Kevin Lorell Carter, 39, was arrested Monday after the attack in the 600 block of Florida Avenue, near Tahquitz Avenue.Victim in fatal Hemet crash identified as Hemet resident
A driver who died at a hospital after he crashed into a pole at a Hemet gas station Sunday has been identified as a 68-year-old Hemet resident, according to a Riverside County Sheriff/Coroner's news release. Robert Ingram was injured at 11:44 p.m. Dec. 31, and was pronounced dead at Hemet Valley Medical Center at 12:14 a.m. Monday, Jan. 1, according to the release.
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