As of 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 12, several areas of Big Bear Valley have reported heavy rainfall and minor flooding. There have also been reports of lightning strikes in the area.
UPDATE: Wednesday, Aug. 8, 12:25 p.m.
When wildland fires strike, firefighters from agencies around the state band together. And firefighters from Big Bear Fire Department are included in the numbers who have answered the latest calls in what is becoming one of the largest wildland fire seasons in state history.
Crowds of people flocked to the Village area of Big Bear Lake Aug. 11 for the annual Big Bear Fun Run car show. The Big Bear Fun Run, hosted by the Big Bear Lake Antique Car Club, is one of the biggest Village events of the summer.
Gardening with a tough of magic and fairy dust can be found in the pine trees in Big Bear Lake Saturday, Aug. 18. It’s the annual Fairy Garden Festival in the Pines hosted by “A” Garden Club at Summit Christian Fellowship from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is free.
A close battle on the volleyball court went the way of the visiting team in the Big Bear High School home opener Aug. 13. The Lady Bears (0-1) dropped a four-game match to Granite Hills in a nonleague match, 20-25, 25-23, 22-25, 19-25.
When Gary Pacillas’ daughter told him about a 1-mile race in Big Bear, he didn’t think twice.
According to the Federal Communications Commission, there are approximately 2.4 billion robo calls dialed each month in the United States. That’s billion. And it may seem like you are receiving at least half of them on any given day.
There’s a popular poster from the 1960s that has a saying appropriate for the occasion of Big Bear Valley’s first day of school in 2018.