Anza’s 1st Annual “Rust and Shine” Car Show

Anza’s 1st Annual “Rust and Shine” Car Show

This was a fun event where community came together to enjoy each other and the love of the classics embodied in glass, mental, rubber and vinyl. The result was a day of relaxing with friends and acquaintances while showing off their “Pride in Joy.” There were different categories; many brought their working classic truck just […]

First annual Car Show & Sock Hop fundraiser this weekend

  “Bring the love of your life and your wife,” is the tagline for the first annual Anza Car Show and Sock Hop “Rust & Shine,” scheduled for Saturday, May 30. The event features a scenic drive through the country to Anza Community Hall, located at 56630 Hwy. 371. The car show runs from 10 […]

Anza Racing Mowers prepare for season

Anza Racing Mowers prepare for season

ANZA-The members of Anza Racing Mowers gathered at their track on the morning of April 11 to do some work in preparation for the upcoming season. Donning work clothes and gloves, they cleared weeds, removed trash and mowed the infield (yes, they do have a mower that actually mows).   Working together they quickly tided up the […]

Anza Valley Mower season to begin

Racing fans are getting revved up and ready to watch Anza Racing Mowers in action. Super-modes, which can travel as fast as 55 mph, will be flying around Anza’s oval mower race track, kicking up dirt, hugging the curves and then speeding into the straight-a-ways. Pit passes are available for a nominal fee. In the […]

BOE Lowers Gasoline Excise Tax Rate 6 Cents

CULVER CITY – Members of the California State Board of Equalization voted to lower the excise tax rate for gasoline by $0.06 for Fiscal Year (FY) 2015-16 during their Feb. 24 meeting in Culver City. Since 2010, the “fuel tax swap” law has required the Board to adjust this tax rate by March 1st of each year. With […]

Agency authorized to create countywide collision data system

RIVERSIDE – The Board of Supervisors today authorized the Riverside County Department of Transportation to implement a countywide collision data collection system, accessible to area cities, to make roads throughout the region safer. The Department of Transportation was awarded a $340,000 federal grant, disbursed by the California Office of Traffic Safety, to upgrade its Geographic […]

‘Wide-ranging’ credit card data breach may have hit California DMV

‘Wide-ranging’ credit card data breach may have hit California DMV

A “wide-ranging credit card data breach” may have hit the state Department of Motor Vehicles, according to a low-key alert sent by Mastercard to financial institutions this week, it was reported today. Security blogger Brian Krebs — who also broke the Target credit card fraud — reported that five different banks had told him they […]

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