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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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Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings LA Sparks
Zip Codes associated with hemet, california:
92543 92544 92545 92870
Towns/Cities near hemet, california : San Jacinto East Hemet Valle Vista Lakeview Homeland Winchester
Suspect in Perris slaying is arrested; publica s help in finding second shooter is sought
Tyler Nathaniel Washington, 21, was arrested May 21, 2018, in connection with the April 8 slaying of Anthony Young, 20, at a shopping center in Perris. The Riverside County Sheriff's Department was seeking the identity of a second suspect shown above.Hemet Community Pantry sees upgrades in Columbia Street facility
Hemet Community Pantry at its new location behind the Trinity Lutheran Church at 191 Columbia St. in Hemet serves emergency food and offers other services to needy families and the homeless in the Hemet San Jacinto Valley. The new location of the Hemet Community Pantry is bringing not only better conditions for food storage, the staff and volunteers but also more food and other items to the more than 450 needy families it serves each month.Hemet teen seriously injured in crosswalk crash will graduate with his class
West Valley's Nick Tusant who was struck by a truck on his way to the Hemet school in March 2017 and almost died has recovered enough to graduate with his class. Nick Tusant never finished his walk to school March 24, 2017, but he will take huge steps when he walks to get his high school diploma.Hemet Unified introduces the new ASPIRE Community Day School principal
Andrew Silva is the new principal at ASPIRE Community Day School in Hemet. Silva was previously the assistant principal of West Valley High School.Man found guilty of robbing Hemet, San Jacinto fast-food restaurants
A Hemet man who robbed or attempted to rob fast-food restaurants in Hemet and San Jacinto was convicted Thursday of multiple felony offenses. After two days of deliberations, a Banning jury found 30-year-old Melvin Raymond Means guilty of four counts of armed robbery and two counts of attempted robbery, along with multiple sentence-enhancing gun use allegations.LA man, Hemet woman charged in San Jacinto road rage assault of woman
A convicted felon with the aid of his girlfriend is accused of chasing, pistol-whipping and shooting at a woman during a road rage confrontation in San Jacinto was charged Thursday with gun assault and other offenses. Along with the firearm assault count, Beltran is charged with shooting at an occupied vehicle and being a convicted felon in possession of a gun.Hemet woman dies when struck by vehicle while crossing city street
A Hemet woman died when she was hit by a vehicle while crossing a street in the city late Wednesday night, police said. The woman, identified Thursday by the Riverside County Coroner's office as Jane Dasilva, 49, was struck as she crossed San Jacinto Street, north of Oakland Avenue.A second man was also arrested in connection to the homicide, but has not yet been charged.
A 19-year-old Hemet man accused of fatally stabbing his stepfather during an altercation at the victim's home was charged Thursday in the slaying. Alonso Rodriguez Jr. was arrested Monday night, along with his friend, 20-year-old Mario Delacruz, following a daylong Hemet police investigation into the deadly assault on 36-year-old Luis Perez.Pass Chorale members will show their love of singing with upcoming show
The Pass Chorale has been a community singing group since the 1950s. Today, its members perform two annual shows - one in December and one in May, including one at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, May 20, in Banning.Hemet bank robbery suspect found suffering drug overdose after standoff with SWAT officers
A bank robbery suspect who refused to come out his home Monday was taken into custody by SWAT team officers after he passed out from a drug overdose, Hemet police said Tuesday. Howard Curtner, 55, was seen getting into a taxi after exiting a bank that was robbed shortly after 2 p.m. in the 4100 block of East Florida Avenue, according to a Hemet police news release.Hemet man stabbed to death; stepson and another suspect arrested
Two men suspected of knifing a Hemet man to death were each being held Tuesday in lieu of $1 million bail. Mario Delacruz, 20, and Alonso Rodriguez Jr., 19, were arrested Monday following an investigation by Hemet police.Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff is facing his toughest re-election fight
Riverside County sheriff candidates, from left, Sheriff's Lt. Chad Bianco, Former Hemet police chief Dave Brown, Sheriff's Deputy Miguel Garcia, and Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff.Moreno Valley felon denies fleeing from Hemet police in stolen car
An ex-con accused of fleeing from Hemet police in a stolen vehicle , leading officers on a pursuit through the downtown area that ended when he ran over a spike strip, pleaded not guilty Monday to felony evading and other offenses. Anthony Charles Warino, 52, of Moreno Valley was arrested last Tuesday after the roughly two-mile chase that began in the area of Oakland Avenue and San Jacinto Street.Hemet teachers may get 3% raise
Hemet Unified School District teachers would get a 3 percent raise under a proposal that goes before the school board Tuesday, May 15. The agreement calls for a 1 percent salary increase, effective July 1 and an additional 2 percent increase that goes into effect Jan. 1. The agreement is projected to cost $3.5 million in the 2018-19 fiscal year and $1.2 million in the 2019-20 fiscal year, according to the district.Western Center Academy student is accepted into MIT
Western Center Academy senior Tanner Packham will attend Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2020 and will study engineering, following two years on the mission field with his church. HEMET - Tanner Packham, a senior at Western Center Academy, was recently accepted at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.Moreno Valley felon charged with fleeing from Hemet police in stolen car
An ex-con accused of fleeing from Hemet police in a stolen vehicle and leading officers on a pursuit through the downtown area that ended when he ran over a spike strip was charged Friday with felony evading and other offenses. Anthony Charles Warino, 52, of Moreno Valley was arrested Tuesday after the roughly 2-mile chase that began in the area of Oakland Avenue and San Jacinto Street.Hemet woman celebrates 105th birthday
Opal Owens, a resident of Hemet since 1970, celebrated her 105th birthday March 23 at Yorkshire House assisted living community in Hemet. Her sons Dwight Mitchell of Claremont and Mike Mitchell of Yuma, Ariz., were among those at the celebration, along with friends and other family members.
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