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Temecula City Hall reopens

Temecula City Hall reopened Monday. The building at 41000 Main St. is operating under its regular hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, according to a statement on the city’s website. Inside, the lobby has been reconfigured to conform with state and local COVID-19 safety guidelines, including floor …

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Apple Valley provides grants to local nonprofits

The Apple Valley Town Council has approved funding for 10 local nonprofits. The organizations provide a variety of community services, including youth activities, senior services, fair housing services, clothing for students, homeless shelters, and food banks, according to a statement on the town’s website. Funding comes from community development block …

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Riverside County reopens more businesses

More Riverside County businesses reopened Friday, as California enters the second phase of bringing back its economy. County officials are urging residents to continue wearing face masks outside of their homes, wash their hands frequently and maintain social distancing when out in public, according to a statement on the county’s …

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City cancels its birthday celebration

Murrieta, which reopened its city hall June 1, has called off its annual incorporation celebration. The city’s 29th Birthday Bash and Firework Spectacular, originally scheduled to be held June 27 at California Oaks Sports Park, has been canceled because of COVID-19, according to a statement on the city’s website. “Like …

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Apple Valley cancels summer concerts, will proceed with July 4 show

Fireworks Show Saved

Apple Valley has canceled this year’s Sunset Concert Series and Freedom Festival due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the town’s annual Fourth of July concert will be held at Brewster Park, 21024 Otoe Road, although not in its usual format, according to a statement posted Monday on the town’s website. …

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Riverside neighborhood programs recognized

Innovation Awards

Riverside has received two first-place awards for two of its neighborhood programs. The city won for Neighbor Fest, a community development training program made to look like a street fair, according to a statement on the city’s website. Booths with activities urged residents to identify the assets and resources within …

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