All posts tagged "city / count news"
Longtime Inland Empire environmentalist to run for office
Penny Newman has spent nearly 40 years trying to change the system from the outside. Now she’ll try to change it from the inside, assuming she can elected. Not many people make their first run for public...
- Posted August 14, 2017
Moreno Valley preps for art festival
The Moreno Valley Arts Commission is accepting applications for the 10th annual Artoberfest, the city’s annual celebration of the arts. This year’s festival will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 7 at the Conference...
- Posted August 12, 2017
Lawsuit brings sublease arrangement at Chino Airport to light
San Bernardino County officials are trying to find out if a pact between two aviation companies violates county regulations. San Bernardino County is investigating whether a fixed-base operator at Chino Airport entered into a sublease agreement with another...
- Posted August 7, 2017
Palm Springs gets solid marks from its residents
Fifty five percent of all Palm Springs residents believe their city is moving in a positive direction, compared to 32 percent who believe their hometown is “on the wrong track,” a survey has found. The study also...
- Posted August 5, 2017
Moreno Valley is looking to spruce up city hall, and a few other public buildings. The city is accepting applications from local artists who would like to see their art displayed through Moreno Valley’s Art Loan program,...
- Posted August 3, 2017
Infected citrus tree found in Riverside
Citrus tree owners in and nearby Riverside are being asked to watch for huanglongbing – also known as HLB, or “greening” – a deadly disease that can spread quickly. A tree infected with the disease was removed...
- Posted August 1, 2017