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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.
Local Newspapers: Investor's Business Daily La Opinion LA Weekly Los Angeles Downtown News Los Angeles Independent Los Angeles Times
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
Veterans honored in Hemet San Jacinto Valley Veterans Day celebrations
The Riverside of California Redlands Pipe Band and the Riverside County Sheriff's Mounted Posse march toward the stage to present the colors at the 11th annual Veterans Day Ceremony held at the Golden Era Golf Course in San Jacinto Sunday, Nov. 11. Hundreds of Hemet San Jacinto Valley veterans from World War II, the Korean War, Vietnam War and the Middle East conflicts were honored by their families, friends and fellow veterans on Veterans Day, Sunday, Nov. 11. Veterans dressed up in their blues, donned their badged military hats and pledged their fidelity to the nation.Roaches, no hot water, overflowing grease: Restaurant closures in Riverside County, Nov. 9-15
Here are the restaurants and other food facilities closed by health inspectors in Riverside County between Nov. 9 and 15, 2018, according to the county's Department of Environmental Health. If no reopening date is mentioned, the department had not listed that facility as reopened as of this publication.Early toll road into San Jacinto Mountains offered a steep - " and potentially dangerous - " passage
A small part of the Crawford Toll Road as it appears today. The road was a dangerous way up the San Jacinto Mountains for early vacationers.Photos released of men suspected of leaving scene of hit-and-run in Menifee that left one dead
Photos were released Wednesday of two men suspected of leaving the scene of a crash in Menifee that left one dead on Monday. The crash at the intersection of Highway 74 and Menifee Road at 1:48 a.m. involved a Lexus sedan and a Toyota truck, which both flipped over.Hemet man pleads guilty to killing girlfriend; gets 18 years to life in prison
A Hemet man who beat and fatally stabbed his 47-year-old girlfriend on a Winchester street pleaded guilty Wednesday to second-degree murder and other charges and was immediately sentenced to 18 years to life in state prison. Jeffrey Michael Kruger, 49, admitted the murder count, as well as a domestic violence charge with a sentence-enhancing weapon allegation, under a plea agreement with the Riverside County District Attorney's Office.Baby Born After Hit-Run Kills Father Driving Pregnant Wife
A hit-and-run crash killed a father as he was driving his pregnant wife to the hospital to give birth to the couple's third child in Menifee Monday. Soon after, a baby girl was born without a father, and the family is devastated and desperate for justice.Supervisors extend lease for WIC clinic in Hemet
The Riverside County Board of Supervisors extended the county's lease for the Women, Infants and Children clinic in Hemet. The supervisors' 5-0 vote Oct. 30 extends the lease retroactively for a three-year period from March 1, 2018, to Feb. 28, 2021.Hemet Fire Department celebrates 110 years of service to the community
Hundreds of people gather for the Hemet Fire Department's celebration of 110 years of service at Fire Station 1, Oct. 25. Hundreds of Hemet residents converged upon Hemet Fire Department Station 1 to celebrate the department's 110 years of service to the community Thursday Oct. 25. Residents were treated to a barbecue dinner that was put on by the Friends of Hemet Fire Department and sponsored in part by the city of Hemet and Hemet City Firefighters Local IAFF. Firefighters mingled with the crowd, some of whom wore plastic junior firefighter hats, as city officials discussed the history of the department and its importance to the community.Student fight at Hemeta s Tahquitz High School brings police, pepper spray
Police were called to stop a lunchtime student fight Thursday at Tahquitz High School in Hemet and used pepper spray as a deterrent, authorities said. No injuries or arrests were immediately reported, but Hemet police officials were initially only able to confirm the incident, and had no other details.Inland voters open door to a " and agree to tax a " marijuana industry
Jeff Welsh peruses items for sale on the first day of legal recreational marijuana sales at BlA m in Santa Ana on Jan. 1. Voters in several Inland Empire cities approved commercial marijuana measures in the Tuesday, Nov. 6 election. Voters in several Inland communities appeared to say Tuesday, Nov. 6 , that they are ready to welcome the marijuana industry - and especially to tax it - with the notable exception of Hemet.WestMar Commercial Real Estate announces recent transactions
WestMar Commercial Real Estate, a leading local real estate services firm, announced its recent transactions for leases and sales. Gustavo Nuno and Elia Nuno purchased 5,480 square feet of industrial space from Margaret R. Mayer Living Trust.Hemet and San Jacinto City Council candidates share their views and thoughts on issues face by cities
In Valley News' final installment of city council election coverage, candidates for Hemet and San Jacinto city councils share their thoughts on how to improve their respective cities and other topics important to residents. In District 2, Stacie Olson will face off against incumbent Russ Brown.Hemet Heritage Foundation hosts 20th Anniversary Open House
San Jacinto Valley residents are invited to the "Hemet Museum and Depot 20th Anniversary Open House," which will be held Saturday, Nov. 3, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Hemet Museum at the historic Santa Fe Depot at the northwest corner of State Street and Florida Avenue in downtown Hemet. There is no admission charge, but donations are appreciated.More California cops and firefighters are paying for their pensions. Is it too late?
From Arcata on the North Coast to Hemet in the Inland Empire, California cops and firefighters are chipping in more money to pay for their pensions while the cities that employ them struggle to manage fast-rising retirement costs. The new pension charges - a 12 percent paycheck deduction in Sacramento, an extra 8 percent deduction in Clovis, a pay cut and 12 percent pension contribution in Oroville, for example - reflect a calculus at local governments that workers are better off, in the long run, putting money into the California Public Employees' Retirement System today rather than banking on the $350 billion pension fund earning its way out of its recession losses.Supervisors approve new Hemet sheriff's station generator
The backup power generator at the sheriff's station in Hemet does not meet current air quality standards, and the Riverside County Board of Supervisors approved the replacement of the generator, Oct. 23. The supervisors' 5-0 vote approved adding the generator replacement to the Capital Improvement Program project list, approved in principle the generator replacement project, approved a preliminary project budget of $333,025, authorized the county's Purchasing Department to execute consultant services agreements with pre-qualified consultants for up to $100,000 per fiscal year and found the replacement of the existing generator to be categorically exempt from California Environmental Quality Act review.Peak fall color in Southern California: Lower elevations in the San...
Idyllwild in the San Jacinto Mountains is hitting its color peak right about now, as this photo from Oct. 27 shows. Say so long to the color show in the Eastern Sierra for this year and hello to an autumnal palette in the the San Bernardino and San Jacinto mountains.McDonalda s, shops and offices planned for Hemeta s old Kmart site
The former Kmart plaza at the corner of State Street and Stetson Avenue in Hemet is being refurbished. The old Kmart building will be converted into a mix of shops and offices, and two restaurants are planned for the plaza.
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