Monday , April 12 2021

Business

Report: arts community not getting the financial help it needs in the wake of COVID-19

The UC Riverside study points out that the “creative arts” are a major economic driver, especially in California. So why isn’t it getting more relief from the federal government? COVID-19 has delivered a hammer blow to the U.S. economy, and no sector has been hit as hard as the creative …

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ONT adds personal protective equipment in both terminals

Ontario International Airport is providing personal protective equipment to anyone who uses the airport. Face covers, disposable gloves, disinfectant wipes, and alcohol-based hand sanitizers are available in self-service commercial kiosks located in both of the airport’s passenger terminals, according to a statement on the airport’s website. Ontario International is reportedly …

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CARB adopts move toward zero emissions trucks

The California Air Resources Board has approved regulations requiring truck manufacturers to move from diesel trucks and vans to electric zero-emission trucks. That change is scheduled to begin in 2024, according to the guidelines the board adopted in a 16-vote last week. “California is an innovation juggernaut that is going …

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Route 66 Crusin’ Reunion canceled

The 2020 edition of the Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion classic car event, held annually along a 22-block stretch of Euclid Avenue in downtown Ontario, has been canceled. The eighth annual event was scheduled to take place September 18-19, according to a statement released by the Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau, …

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Mag Instrument helps promote traffic safety

Mag Instrument Inc. in Ontario, maker of the heavy-duty Maglite flashlight used by much of military and law enforcement, has joined a partnership that will inform the public that July is the worst month for pedestrian and traffic fatalities. July has been designated National Roadside Traffic Safety Awareness Month because …

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ONT produces safety video

Ontario International Airport has produced a video that details how safe the airport has been made in response to COVID-19. The one-minute video, which began appearing Monday on the airport’s social media and in the airport’s terminals, lists some of the things done to make the airport safe from the …

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