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High Desert mall gets specialty retailer

BoxLunch, a specialty retailer that sells merchandise with a pop culture theme, has opened a store at the Mall of...
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High Desert mall gets specialty retailer

San Bernardino County holds PIT count

A record 800 volunteers, including 300 county employees, participated in San Bernardino County’s 2023 Point-In-Time Count. The early morning count...
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San Bernardino County holds PIT count

The project’s name is BIG, for a good reason

Barstow International Gateway, a planned $1.5 billion rail yard, and warehouse-distribution facility, could double that city’s population and over time...
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The project’s name is BIG, for a good reason

Stiles named PS city manager

Scott C. Stiles has been named Palm Springs’ city manager. Stiles, who has been Garden Grove’s city manager for the...
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Stiles named PS city manager

Alexander appointed to school board

Felicia Alexander has been appointed to the San Bernardino City Unified School District Board. An adjunct professor at Cal State...
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Alexander appointed to school board

Casino to hold job fairs

Morongo Casino Resort & Spa will host two job fairs next month, hoping to fill more than 80 positions at...
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Casino to hold job fairs

CSUSB, Stater Bros. form partnership

Cal State San Bernardino has established a program in which Stater Bros. employees will be able to earn a bachelor’s...
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CSUSB, Stater Bros. form partnership

College to build training center

Crafton Hills College has broken ground on a $9.5 million public safety training center. The future home to the school’s...
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College to build training center

Long-stay hotel planned for San Bernardino

A San Marino developer plans to build an extended-stay hotel in San Bernardino. Paladin Equity Capital will develop an Everhome...
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Long-stay hotel planned for San Bernardino

U.S. mortgages, foreclosures stay low

Two point nine percent of all U.S. mortgages were in some stage of delinquency in November, a near-record low, according...
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U.S. mortgages, foreclosures stay low