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The Pechanga Indian Reservation is just south of the city of Temecula, which itself is located in the southern end of the state of California. It forms the southwestern anchor of an area known as the Inland Empire region. Camp Pendleton and Naval bases in San Diego are both close to Temecula. It is reportedly still the only city in California to retain its original Indian name. One of the popular translations of the name is, "The sun that shines through the mist. " Pharmaceuticals health care company Abbott Laboratories is considered the top employer in the city.

Population: 105029
Local Newspapers: Valley Business Journal
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers (NFL) San Diego Padres (MLB)
Local Colleges: Brandman University

Zip Codes associated with temecula, california: 92590 92591 92592
Towns/Cities near temecula, california : Rainbow Murrieta Fallbrook Wildomar

Temecula News
Interfaith Council hosts 'Night of Music'

The Interfaith Council of Murrieta and Temecula Valley will present its annual "Night of Music," 6:30 p.m., Sunday, April 29, at Grace Presbyterian Church, 31143 Nicolas Road, in Temecula and will feature groups and singers of various faiths from throughout the community. The evening is free to everyone and will be appealing to all ages.

Planning commission approves four-story hotel and condo building for Old Town

The Temecula planning commission approved a 71,485-square-foot, four-story hotel and condominium building for a vacant lot in Old Town. The commission voted unanimously to approve the building Wednesday, April 18, for vacant land in the area of Mercedes and Fourth streets after a staff presentation.

Dine 909: Meatless Beyond Burger is now available at Luna Grill

A while back , we mentioned that a couple of chains - Slater's 50/50 and Fatburger - were offering the meatless Impossible Burger here in the Inland Empire. According to Luna Grill, the Beyond Burger patty looks, cooks and satisfies like beef, but has no cholesterol and more protein than beef.

Riverside County Boys Athlete of the Week: Steven Howe, Great Oak

Steven Howe of Great Oak HS, returns a volley against San Marcos' Kento Perera during the CIF playoffs in Temecula Friday. Howe lost.

Teens to 'spin a yarn' at the Temecula library

TEMECULA a' It's time to create some groovy-chic art at the teen program "Spin A Yarn: Weaving Craft," 7-8:30 p.m., Monday, April 23, at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library, 30600 Pauba Road, in Temecula. Fiber art is so "totally" retro cool.

Though most would vote to give themselves more money, are these pay boosts worth it for residents?

Now suppose you could vote to give yourself more money . Sounds pretty good, right? Sign me up for that job! You mean I have to be a politician to be able to vote myself more money? Hmm, let me get back to you on that.

Temecula City Council extends reward for information in slaying of popular guitar store employee

The Temecula City Council, Tuesday, April 10, extends a reward for information leading to a suspect or suspects in the death of Larry Robinson, a music instructor and performer who was fatally beaten during a robbery at an Old Town Front Street music store. The Temecula City Council voted Tuesday, April 10, to extend a $25,000 reward for information or evidence leading to an arrest or conviction in the slaying of a well-known guitar store employee.

Temecula Valley Council of PTAs names Founders Day award winners

In celebration of the 121st birthday of the National Parent Teacher Association, outstanding PTA volunteers were recognized by the Temecula Valley Council of PTAs at its annual Founders Day Celebration, including Jimmy Evans of Helen Hunt Jackson Elementary PTA; Michelle Henke of Margarita Middle School PTSA and Lesley Gregory of James L. Day Middle School PTSA. Not pictured is Ruben Castillo of Vail Elementary PTA.

Violin virtuoso Midori to perform special Inland recital Saturday night

Renowned violinist Midori will perform a recital Saturday night at Murrieta Mesa High School's Gershwin Performing Arts Center. "I don't know how you can get bigger than Midori," said Dana Zimbric, artistic director and conductor of California Chamber Orchestra .

More homeless counted on Riverside County's streets for second year in a row

Volunteers Brittany Cardoza and Jacob Nuchols, both deputies with the Riverside County Probation Department , interview a homeless man living in a creek bed near Limonite Avenue and Clay Street during an annual homeless count in Jurupa Valley on Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018. For the second year in a row, Riverside County officials have recorded a jump in the number of people living on the streets of the sprawling Inland county even though Southern California's economy is thriving.

First-ever Temecula Blues Festival coming to Old Town

The Temecula Blues Festival got its start when Andy Doty, who runs the Old Town Blues Club, had a simple idea: Why not? "First of all, I have a deep love and affection for blues music," Doty said about his motivation to tackle a music festival. "I looked around and noticed several Southern California cities have blues festivals, so why not Temecula? We are becoming a mecca for great music."

The project, which calls for 70 hotel rooms and 17 condos, would be near Fourth and Mercedes streets

Residents walk on Old Town Front Street in Temecula. Old Town could be home to a four-story building offering hotel rooms and condos.

Mt. San Jacinto College Announces New location for 2018 Commencement

Temecula, CA - Mt. San Jacinto College is excited to announce that for the first time in its history, it will hold commencement ceremonies at Pechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula.

Sugar Ray, Spin Doctors added to Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival line-up

Take a trip down memory lane at the Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival when Sugar Ray and the Spin Doctors hit the stage on June 1. The 35th installment of the festival runs Friday through Sunday, June 1-3, at the Lake Skinner Recreation Area near Temecula's bustling wine country. The groups join a weekend line-up featuring Lifehouse , The Wallflowers , Hoobastank and Fuel on Saturday night while country music stars Justin Moore and Tyler Farr round out the weekend on Sunday.

Temecula Planning Commission approves manufacturing facility for robotics company

An artist's rendering shows a facility in Temecula that will be built on Winchester Road and Remington Avenue for a new robotics facility. The Temecula Planning Commission approved a 30,978-square-foot manufacturing facility for a growing robotics company during its April 4 meeting.

Temecula man arrested in connection with French Valley arson

A 35-year-old Temecula man is accused of setting multiple fires that burned a structure and property belonging to other people in Temecula Valley Wine Country, fire officials said. Nicholas Olsen was arraigned in Riverside County Superior Court Wednesday on a felony charge of arson of a non-dwelling with a sentencing enhancement for use of an accelerant, according to online court records.

Murrieta teen closing in on $5,000 dance scholarship

The 14-year-old ninth-grader is a semi-finalist in the Spotlight Academy scholarship competition and one of 1,000 dancers chosen for a live audition for the Music Center's Spotlight Academy. Clark competes in statewide and national events.

Governor Brown reappoints John Kelliher to commission post

Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr. announced the reappointment of Republican John Kelliher to the California Travel and Tourism Commission. Kelliher, 53, of Temecula has served on the commission since 2016 and has been a co-founder at Stryder Transportation since 2004 and at Grapeline Wine Tours since 2002.

Uber Eats launches in Temecula, Murrieta and Menifee

Uber Eats has launched in Temecula, Murrieta and Menifee, offering food delivery with full menus from about 50 of residents' favorite restaurants including Luna Grill, Los Primos Mexican Food, Corner Bakery Cafe and more. The Uber Eats app is free to download and has been built specifically to make getting great food as easy as getting a ride.

Inland Empire Advertisers Win Regional Recognition in American Advertising Awards Competition

Rancho Cucamonga, CA - Nine local entries were honored with Professional Silver Awards at the American Advertising Awards District 15 competition on Saturday, April 7, 2018. In the Student Competition, local students took home three Gold Awards and eleven Silver Awards.

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