One man’s dream for a ‘BetterWorld’ becomes couple’s reality

One man’s dream for a ‘BetterWorld’ becomes couple’s reality

For Fallbrook residents Paul and Diane Garrett, life is pretty simple: “Do what you can, for those you can.” It’s a philosophy that the couple have lived by since they began their Temecula based nonprofit The BetterWorld Trust. For Paul Garrett, who is 91, it goes back even further than that. “He had the idea […]

STEM and the FBI, recruiting the best and the brightest

STEM and the FBI, recruiting the best and the brightest

WASHINGTON D.C. – The acronym STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) describes a range of academic disciplines that have become more important than ever to the FBI’s mission of protecting the American public. “The country’s enemies, be they terrorists, computer hackers, spies, or financial fraudsters, are exploiting the newest technologies at every turn,” said Special […]

‘Twelfth Night’ could be much ado about nothing

‘Twelfth Night’ could be much ado about nothing

Elizabeth Youngman-Westphal Special to the Village News Coming Saturday, Nov. 18 to the El Corazon Senior Center in Oceanside is the Old Globes’ free presentation of “Twelfth Night”.  It is the county-wide tour by none other than The Bard, William Shakespeare. Presented by a troupe of nine players, as in times of old, they play […]

Lady Legionnaires win home finale

Lady Legionnaires win home finale

Taylor Dominic Writer/Intern The Lady Legionnaires volleyball team of Bonsall High School won their final home game of the season against Preuss UCSD Oct. 26. The game was intense, but Bonsall managed to win 3-1 by working together to conquer each winning set. This win was especially sentimental for two Lady Legionnaires as it came […]

Time for safety checks that could save you

Time for safety checks that could save you

Yvette Urrea Moe County of San Diego Communications Office The end of Daylight Saving Time is a good time to do a fast and easy review of your safety plan. First, test all your home’s smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors to make sure they are working. Greg Schreiner, fire marshal for County Fire, said […]

Local residents are good tippers

Local residents are good tippers

SAN DIEGO – Fallbrook residents spend a significant amount of time in cars traveling from work to transit stations to errands to a night out – and increasingly, they are choosing ridesharing as their transportation preference. Lyft’s driver community, which has more than doubled in San Diego in the last year, provides a safe and reliable ride […]

De La Torre named 2017 Walk Hero for MG Walk

De La Torre named 2017 Walk Hero for MG Walk

Lucette Moramarco Staff Writer Three years ago, Fallbrook resident Leah De La Torre suddenly experienced blurry vision and had trouble breathing, swallowing and talking. After a year of going to doctors to try to figure out what was wrong, she was finally diagnosed with a rare, incurable neuromuscular disease called myasthenia gravis (MG) which is […]

Dec. 16 – 8 to 10:30 a.m. – Breakfast with Santa

Dec. 16 – 8 to 10:30 a.m. – The Fallbrook Community Center hosts Breakfast with Santa. Enjoy a hot breakfast, arts, crafts and entertainment at this family event. Pictures with Santa start at 9 a.m.; photos are $3. Breakfast  for all ages, $5. For more info, call (760) 728-1671.

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