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Murrieta has been one of the fastest growing cities in the state of California over the past decade. Their famous hot springs were once a major attraction for visitors in the early part of the 20th century. The city is named for two of its early inhabitants, brothers Esequial Murrieta and Juan Murrieta. The former purchased Mexican land grants, intending to raise sheep in the area, but instead, he returned to Spain and left the farm to his brother Juan. Murrieta Valley Unified School District happens to be the biggest employer in the city, with 1,900 employees in 2009.

Population: 100173
Local Newspapers: Valley Business Journal
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers (NFL) San Diego Padres (MLB)
Local Colleges: National University Academy

Zip Codes associated with murrieta, california: 92562 92563
Towns/Cities near murrieta, california : Menifee Temecula

Murrieta News
Credit uniona s food drive to help Murreita food pantry

Altura Credit Union's 10th Annual Holiday Food Drive is accepting donations through Monday, Nov. 20 at branches across Riverside County. This year, donations will support The Community Food Pantry of Murrieta, a nonprofit that assists hundreds of families weekly.

Bag programs continue strong growth this season

Consumers are finding avocados from Peru and elsewhere in more packaging configurations than ever, and the number of choices is sure to grow moving forward, marketers say. "The value-added every year is increasingly important," said Giovanni Cavaletto, vice president of sourcing with Riverside, Calif.-based Index Fresh Inc. "That's where Index Fresh shines, working with our customers to customize programs that will help them sell more avocados," he said.

Auto-theft suspect accused of fleeing police in Murrieta pleads not guilty

A vehicle theft suspect who Murrieta police say led officers on a brief chase has denied charges filed against him this week, according to police and court records. James Jude Grant, 30, pleaded not guilty Monday, Nov. 13 to two counts of assault with a deadly weapon on a police officer, one count of evading arrest, auto theft, possessing metal knuckles and various drug counts.

The YMCA's Holiday Boutique and Pantry offers jewelry, arts, hand-crafted pottery, carvings and more

Holiday shopping alert! Mark your calendars for the 38th annual Holiday Boutique and Pantry, a pair of beloved Redlands holiday traditions happening Dec. 2-3 and hosted by the YMCA of the East Valley and benefitting the YMCA Legal Aid Clinic. The Boutique is a craft market filled with handcrafted and artisan goods.

Pregnant Temecula power lifter tackles domestic violence

Sarah Strong trains in October at Club Iron Coaching in Murrieta, a private powerlifting gym. A power lifter who has continued to lift heavy weights while pregnant, this Temecula single mom and domestic violence survivor has come out on top as physically and emotionally strong.

Corona man arrested Saturday following burglary in Temecula

A Corona man is in jail after after being accused of breaking into a woman's home in Temecula, setting fire to her kitchen and taking her vehicle early Saturday morning, Nov. 11, the Riverside County Sheriff's Department said. Jack Lee Larrabee was arrested on suspicion of burglary, arson, carjacking and taking a vehicle without the owner's consent.

Parades, speeches, music mark Veterans Day across Riverside County

At Riverside National Cemetery, a bugle call sounded at 11 a.m. sharp to begin a ceremony that included music, a 21-gun salute, a military flyover and speeches. In Murrieta, a parade featured fun; plenty of red, white and blue and a flyover.

Orange County football scores and stats for Friday

SS playoffs First round SCORES DIVISION 1 Servite at Mission Viejo Vista Murrieta vs. Mater Dei JSerra vs. Long Beach Poly, Veterans Stadium Orange Lutheran at Chaminade of West Hills San Clemente at Rancho Cucamonga Santa Margarita at Murrieta Valley DIVISION 4 Carter of Rialto at Capistrano Valley Roosevelt of Eastvale vs. Corona del Mar San Juan Hills at Redondo Union DIVISION 7 Tustin vs. Burbank at Burroughs High of Burbank Yorba Linda at Monrovia Ayala of Chino Hills at St. Margaret's Fullerton at North Torrance DIVISION 12 Schurr of Montebellow 49, Santa Ana Valley 14 Laguna Beach at Rancho Christian of Temecula El Dorado at South El Monte Godinez 44, Verbum Dei 0 Bell Gardens vs. Santa Ana

Coffee and ice cream at 4:30 a.m. when Dunkina Donuts/Baskin Robbins opens in Wildomar

Mascots Cuppy and Coney will be on hand to greet early risers when combination Dunkin' Donuts/Baskin Robbins opens Nov. 16 in Wildomar's new shopping center, Wildomar Square . Franchisee Mike Stout will have a pink carpet rolled out for a 4:30 a.m. opening, according to a news release.

It could someday rise at Los Alamos Sports Park, though it remains unclear when work would begin

Citing funding concerns, the Murrieta City Council instructed officials Tuesday night, Nov. 7, to continue brainstorming ways to pay for a BMX park through a public-private partnership. Though the council chose not to build a bike park in the near future, there are plans to build one at Los Alamos Sports Park, though it remains unclear when work will start.

With veteran cop as interim police chief, Upland seeks to regain footing

Doug Millmore greets well-wishers Monday after an Upland City Council meeting in which he was named interim police chief. When I parked outside Upland City Hall on Monday afternoon, who should call out my name but Councilman Gino Filippi, who was crossing D Street while pushing a walker.

San Bernardino man free on bail after being accused of Murrieta burglary

A San Bernardino man is free on $70,000 bail after being arrested last week on suspicion of second degree burglary, Murrieta police said. Hoffman was identified by Murrieta police detectives as a suspect for a commercial burglary that occurred on Oct. 26 on the 41000 block of California Oaks Road, a Murrieta Police Department news release said.

East Coast takes bulk of fruit

"I think what you're looking at is a large percentage of the fruit is going to probably go to the Eastern Seaboard and a lot targeted to programs already in place, but there also will be a nice number to the West to fill gaps in the supply," said Rankin McDaniel, president of Fallbrook, Calif.-based McDaniel Fruit Co. Peruvian fruit tends to lean more heavily toward larger sizes.

CIF-SS football playoff: First round schedule

DIVISION 1 First round, Nov. 10 Vista Murrieta at Mater Dei JSerra at Long Beach Poly Servite at Mission Viejo Orange Lutheran at Chaminade Bishop Amat at St. John Bosco San Clemente at Rancho Cucamonga Santa Margarita at Murrieta Valley Serra at Centennial/Corona DIVISION 2 First round, Nov. 10 Tesoro at Upland Redlands East Valley at Cathedral Edison at La Habra Arroyo Grande at Oaks Christian Great Oak at Valencia Norco at Los Alamitos Notre Dame/Sherman Oaks at Calabasas La Mirada at Heritage DIVISION 3 First round, Nov. 10 Crespi at Charter Oak Westlake at Palos Verdes Hart at Sierra Canyon Oak Hills at Rancho Verde Camarillo at Lompoc El Toro vs. Villa Park, at El Modena High La Serna at St. Francis Newbury Park at Citrus Hill DIVISION 4 First round, Nov. 10 Carter at Capistrano Valley Damien at Paso Robles Etiwanda at Downey Roosevelt/Eastvale at Corona del Mar Santiago/Corona at ... (more)

Mitchell Rosen: A time of need reveals true acts of kindness

My wife woke me up at 3 a.m. one morning last week to say there was a fire in the hills where she keeps her horse. We had been watching the fire on the news and were in touch with the stable before going to sleep.

If approved, the shop will be built on a 1.26-acre lot with 34 parking spaces.

The Murrieta Planning Commission will consider approving a permit and development plan for a Certified Tire and Service Centers shop at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 8 at City Hall, 1 Town Square.

Pardee's projects include a new development in Murrieta.

Riverside BIA chapter president Chris Edgar and Donna Wetzel of First American Natural Hazard Disclosures present Mike Taylor, Pardee Homes' Inland Empire Division president with the BIA's 2017 Builder of the Year Award. The Building Industry Association, Riverside County Chapter, presented Pardee Homes Inland Empire with its Builder of the Year Award at a recent installation at the Mission Inn Hotel & Spa.

CIF-SS girls volleyball playoff pairings: Second round matches

DIVISION 1 Second round Thursday, Nov. 2 Vista Murrieta at Marymount Foothill at Long Beach Poly Redondo at Trabuco Hills Rancho Cucamonga at Santa Margarita Harvard-Westlake at Temecula Valley Huntington Beach at Corona del Mar Lakewood at San Juan Hills Mira Costa at Mater Dei DIVISION 2 Second round Thursday, Nov. 2 Glendora at Santiago/Corona Palos Verdes at Los Osos Yucaipa at Valencia El Toro at Esperanza, 6 p.m. San Marcos at El Dorado, 6 p.m. Hart at Notre Dame/Sherman Oaks St. Joseph at Westlake ML King at Orange Lutheran DIVISION 3 Second round Thursday, Nov. 2 Arcadia at La Salle Arroyo Grande at Yorba Linda, 5 p.m. Saddleback Valley Christian at Notre Dame Academy, 6 p.m. Dos Pueblos at Sage Hill Murrieta Mesa at Laguna Beach, 6 p.m. Westridge at Burroughs/Burbank Serrano at Village Christian Citrus Valley at Sierra Canyon DIVISION 4 Second round Thursday, Nov. 2 Culver City ... (more)

Murrieta Rotary honors heroes in upcoming 2017 Field Of Honor

All From The Heart, founded by its President Judy Harter, is being honored at a hero at Murrieta's 2017 Field of Honor by the Rotary Club for its work honoring local military families. Courtesy photo Marine Cpl.

Police: Convicted felon arrested in Murrieta after he refused to pay for orange juice, attacked clerk

Murrieta police arrested Roland Medina, 30, of Wildomar after he refused to pay for orange juice, officials said. A Wildomar man with a felony warrant was arrested after Murrieta police say he walked into a convenience store, began drinking orange juice, refused to pay for the drink then attacked the clerk.

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