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HOMELESSNESS IN HEMET – HOW DID IT START?

Homelessness in Hemet started about ten years ago, locally, and it persists. It is not confined to Hemet. It’s a costly and ongoing problem with no end in sight for California and states nationwide.

Partnerships are a win-win for individuals with disabilities and local businesses

HEMET, Calif., July 17, 2019 – First established in 1981 in San Diego, Toward Maximum Independence (TMI) launched their services for...

WELCOME MR. MAYOR

Late Tuesday night the HSJ Chronicle learned that Russ Brown was appointed Mayor and Linda Krupa has been named Mayor Pro Tem.

Residents of the Inland Empire demand ACTION from the City of...

On June 4, 2020, a concerned resident emailed the city of Norco mayor and fellow council members asking for a statement supporting racial equality AND for the city to release an action plan that ensures ALL of its citizens are treated fairly and justly

JOE MALES – CANDIDATE FOR HEMET CITY COUNCIL – DISTRICT FOUR

I interviewed Joe Males, Commander of the American Legion Post 53 in his Hemet offices on one of our city's hot and humid days. While I was sweltering, Joe seemed as calm and cool as a cucumber. I would know why. He is very organized and seems to know the meaning and intent of every word spoken. From my viewpoint, he is a very organized and determined person.

Soboba Fire Station One Opens

The Soboba Fire Department was established in 2014 and since then has continued to grow in training, services offered, apparatus and...

SOBOBA CASINO REOPENS

As many businesses throughout Riverside County slowly start to reopen, there are a lot of residents that are relieved they can start enjoying past fun activities. Golf courses reopened at the end of April and Soboba Springs Golf Course has had sold-out tee times since then.

GUESTS DELIGHTED WITH REOPENING OF SOBOBA CASINO

Shortly after its first anniversary in March, the Soboba Casino Resort temporarily closed amid the coronavirus pandemic. The novel COVID-19 disease left people staying home and businesses closing their doors and furloughing employees.

Hemet City Council Approves Resolutions to Bring Skate Park to City

At its September 8, 2020 meeting, the Hemet City Council approved two resolutions to bring a skate park to the community. In 2018, at the public’s request, the City Council approved a feasibility study to work directly with community members to understand their vision for the skate park. The City Council then approved an allocation of $68,500 to complete the community outreach process, finalize the skate plaza design scheme, and develop detailed construction drawings.

SOBOBA’S END OF SUMMER BASH

(Soboba's end of Summer) With the help of a sponsorship from the Soboba Foundation, community members got to enjoy an End...