Coastal Plastic Surgeons

“When there is a so-called cosmetic surgeon masquerading as a plastic surgeon, around every corner; and each one qualifies themselves as a fusion of Michelangelo and Mother Theresa, how do you decide to whom to trust your care?” asks Dr. M. K. Batra. He’s hoping his reputation will point patients his way. After all, he’s […]

Public invited to review EIR of next Murrieta high school

The environmental impact of Murrieta Valley Unified School District’s third high school will be open for public review at a Community Open House from 5:30 to 8 p.m. on January 18 at Shivela Middle School in the multi-purpose room. A number of experts who have studied and tested the school site will be on hand […]

Learn to cope with stress at work

Feeling stressed at work? Maybe it’s your boss’ micromanaging, the constant deadlines or some irritating, competitive coworkers that are causing you to have sleepless nights, triggering headaches or making your blood pressure rise. Whatever the reason may be, prolonged stress can affect not only your job productivity but also your personal relationships and your physical […]

Sports Corner

As you are probably already aware, your Boys & Girls Club of North County has kicked off another wonderful season of boys and girls youth basketball. Once again we have provided our audiences with some of the most sought-after talent in the county by hosting games (or nail-biters) that even Phil Jackson and the rest […]

Sports Corner

As you are probably already aware, your Boys & Girls Club of North County has kicked off another wonderful season of boys and girls youth basketball. Once again we have provided our audiences with some of the most sought-after talent in the county by hosting games (or nail-biters) that even Phil Jackson and the rest […]

Explosion at Temecula Valley High School

An explosion occurred at 10:44 a.m. on December 16 in a chemistry lab at Temecula Valley High School. It has been reported that 43 students have been injured. One male was airlifted to a medical facility; two were transported by ground ambulance and 40 were treated at the scene for their injuries. Those treated at […]

CORRECTION

In the November 10 issue of the Village News, the engagement announcement of Jennifer Gee Albarran and Michael Scot Oslund was headlined “Gee-Oslund engagement announced.” The headline should have read “Albarran-Oslund engagement announced.” We apologize to both the couple and their families for this error in publication.

Healing a Grieving Heart

Losing a loved one is a heartwrenching experience. The powerful, complex, and conflicting emotions that survivors struggle with often leave a person feeling alone and helpless. Understanding the basic elements of grief and learning key coping skills can help individuals heal and move forward after their loss. There is no correct way to face the […]

Contracting opportunities following Katrina and Rita

WASHINGTON – Small business owners will have increased opportunities to participate in federal prime and sub-contracting rebuilding efforts in the areas affected by hurricanes Katrina and Rita. The U.S. Small Business Administration has partnered with the U.S. General Services Administration and other federal agencies to provide a toll-free number, 1-800-FED-INFO (800-333-4636), to help small businesses […]

Crash Course in College Fitness

College students’ schedules are filled with classes, dorm meetings and study sessions. Yet all these activities are sedentary and only burn mental – not physical – energy. If you are a college student, it’s crucial that you get a dose of physical exercise in order for your body to function optimally. Start by taking advantage […]