Two vehicle thefts occurred overnight Monday, Security reports. A golf cart was stolen from Carmella Circle in Murieta Village and a pickup truck was taken from nearby Operating Engineers Local Union No. 3 training center on Cantova Way. A second truck at the Operating Engineers parking lot was broken into and a Corvette at the Village location was gone through, according to Security Log entries.
Murieta Village held its annual craft fair and bake sale Saturday, filling the clubhouse with tables of handmade decorative items, jewelry, knitwear, artwork and even freshly shelled walnuts. Vendors chatted with a steady stream of neighbors and customers to get the holiday shopping season off to a robust start.Read more » about Village gets the holiday season started
The annual Murieta Village Craft Faire and Bake Sale started the holiday shopping season Saturday with a crowd-pleasing variety of handmade items from local vendors that included knit hats and scarves, brightly patterned carry-alls, appliqué placemats, potholders, holiday decorations, art work, and jewelry, as well as homemade treats ranging from candy apples to snickerdoodle cookies.Read more » about Ready, set ... start your holiday shopping
After a hiatus of more than two years, Rancho Murieta’s Joint Security Committee returned Tuesday to discuss a range of issues with the community's key organizations. The largest part of the meeting was spent discussing the use of undeveloped land for a network of trails. Read more » about Committee returns to discuss security issues
The annual Murieta Village Craft Faire and Bake Sale takes place at the Village Clubhouse Saturday, Nov. 3, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Get a head start on holiday shopping with handmade gifts, decorations, greeting cards, jewelry, jellies, fabric items, and more. Read more » about Village craft and bake sale is Nov. 3
Trash ‘n’ Treasure, the annual garage-sale fundraiser, moved down the road this year to the campus of Cosumnes River Elementary School, and Saturday morning’s turnout looked like quite a success. Eleven-year-old Parker Faeth, above, was one of the customers, buying cherry tomato and bell pepper plants from Sue Sheridan of the River Valley Garden Club. Instead of the leafy, meandering experience of past years at Murieta Plaza, the new venue allows straight-ahead rows of shopping. Trash ‘n’ Treasure benefits the CRES PTA. There was a string of booths dedicated to raising funds for Murietan Doreen Ntale, who is battling cancer. Even with all the on-site parking, cars lined Jackson Road in mid-morning. Also Saturday morning, Murieta Village held its own garage-sale event, right.Read more » about Finding Trash 'n' Treasure at a new location