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In Transition…feeling frustrated?

Business Advice Inland Empire Business News

By Steve Kim If you are experiencing a transition in your business or personal life, then answering the following questions can serve as a useful starting point: Based on my current understanding, · What chapter has ended? Am I accepting of that? · What do I have to let go …

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Opening arguments continue in Colonies case

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For the second time in less than a week, a San Bernardino County Superior Court jury heard opening arguments in the Colonies corruption case. Last week, Deputy District Attorney Lewis Cope alleged that Jim Erwin, the county’s former assistant assessor, participated in a multi-million dollar bribery scheme in connection with …

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Inland Empire Economy Continues to Grow

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The Inland Empire economy grew by 2.2 percent during the third quarter, more than double its growth rate compared with the previous quarter. Government hiring accounted for approximately half of the jobs created in Riverside and San Bernardino counties during the third quarter, making it the largest contributor to the …

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UPS Mechanics Vote to Strike

Cal State Faculty Votes to Strike

Aircraft mechanics with United Parcel Service have voted to authorize a strike. Members of Teamsters Local 2727 announced Monday that they took that action following three years of contract negotiations, according to a statement on the union’s website. Major health care concessions were cited as a primary reason for the …

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Dog Park to Reopen

Dog park to reopen

Palm Springs Dog Park is scheduled to reopen Nov. 20. The facility, at 3200 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way behind city hall, was renovated with funding generated by Measure J, a one-cent sales tax increase voters approved in 2011, according to a statement on the city’s website. A grand re-opening ceremony …

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