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Riverside scores Rose Parade float

For the first time in more than 50 years, Riverside will have a float in Pasadena’s Tournament of Roses Parade. The float will commemorate the 25th anniversary of Riverside’s Festival of Lights, which draws about 500,000 people to downtown every year, starting the day after Thanksgiving and ending in early …

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City fleet recognized

Riverside’s vehicle fleet was ranked sixth on the list of 100 Best Fleets in the Americas by Government Fleet Magazine at the recent National Association of Fleet Administrators Institute & Expo, an annual event. Last year, Riverside ranked 32 among an estimated 38,000 public fleets, according to statement on the …

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Comic Con Revolution comes to Ontario

Atomic Crush Events presents Comic Con Revolution, the Inland Empire’s first full-scale comic con, taking place Saturday, May 13, 2017 at the Ontario Convention Center in Ontario, CA bringing you everything you would expect to experience at any great comic con. With over 50 guests and 200 exhibitors you are …

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Higher gas tax won’t fix state roads

California Government: More taxes on a shrinking Middle Class

Raising California’s gasoline tax to 12 cents per gallon won’t raise enough money to fix the state’s damaged roads, a report released Monday stated. While California does have some of the worse roads in the nation, money for repairs – which usually come from motor fuel taxes – is declining …

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City sets up vehicle electric charges

Moreno Valley has installed three electric vehicle charging stations in the city hall parking lot that are available to the public. The station, at Frederick Street and Calle San Juan De Los Logos, has gotten steady use since it opened during the first week of April, said Jeannette Olko, division …

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