Temecula News from the Press Enterprise

Temecula News: The Press-Enterprise

How Inland Empire restaurants and wineries will be impacted by governor’s indoor dining shutdown (Wed, 01 Jul 2020)
Some local restaurants are worried about weathering a second shutdown, which will last for at least three weeks.
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How casinos are enforcing mask, smoking rules during coronavirus (Wed, 01 Jul 2020)
Want to know more about how mask and smoking rules are being enforced? Here's what the casinos have to say.
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After coronavirus delay, Phil’s BBQ will open July 3 in Temecula (Tue, 30 Jun 2020)
The standalone restaurant will be the San Diego chain's first location in Riverside County.
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After Temecula mayor resigned, post will stay open until election (Thu, 25 Jun 2020)
James ‘Stew’ Stewart quit in early June after being criticized for a comment about local police shootings of people of color
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Temecula woman serves aboard USS Harry S. Truman (Thu, 25 Jun 2020)
U.S. Navy Quartermaster Seaman Kirstin Lynn of Temecula has been serving aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman in the Atlantic
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Carl Love: Wounded Temecula Marine has a motorcycle again thanks to surprise donation (Thu, 25 Jun 2020)
Chris Van Etten, who has a recurring role on 'General Hospital,' got a big surprise from the charity Warfighter Made
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Temecula police’s 2016 fatal shooting of Black man stirs protesters years later (Thu, 25 Jun 2020)
Family, activists say Matthew Tucker, who was suicidal, was wrongly killed; authorities say the 18-year-old ran at them with a knife and the shooting was justified
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Pechanga Resort Casino will not do July 4 fireworks show this year (Wed, 24 Jun 2020)
The Temecula area resort cited its three month closure and public health concerns as reasons for not doing the show.
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