Saturday , September 24 2022

New Stater Bros. store slated for Riverside

Stater Bros. will open a store next week in Riverside. The supermarket at 7200 Arlington Ave. covers nearly 50,000 square...
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New Stater Bros. store slated for Riverside

State adds nearly 20,000 jobs

California added nearly 20,000 non-agricultural jobs in August, a modest expansion to the state’s labor market. The state, which has...
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State adds nearly 20,000 jobs

Palm Springs Library receives state grant

The Palm Springs Public Library has received a $6.5 million grant from the California State Library. The Building Forward Grant...
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Palm Springs Library receives state grant

Inland-based online MBA programs recognized

Two Inland Empire universities have been ranked among the top online Master of Business Administration programs in California. The University...
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Inland-based online MBA programs recognized

ONT posts another strong month

Ontario International Airport continued its COVID-19 comeback in August, topping pre-pandemic passenger levels for the sixth consecutive month. More than...
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ONT posts another strong month

UCR again recognized for social mobility

UC Riverside has again been named the top university in the United States for social mobility by U.S. News & World...
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UCR again recognized for social mobility

Second WSS store to open in Riverside

WSS shoe store chain has leased space in Riverside formerly occupied by Rite-Aid. The company, which locates primarily in working...
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Second WSS store to open in Riverside

Affordable housing community opens in MoVal

The first phase of an affordable housing community in Moreno Valley has opened. Courtyards at Cottonwood, an 81-unit gated community...
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Affordable housing community opens in MoVal

Report: Mortgages delinquencies, foreclosures stay down

Mortgage delinquencies and foreclosure rates remained near record lows in June, according to data released Tuesday. Later-stage delinquencies fell by...
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Report: Mortgages delinquencies, foreclosures stay down

Report: Minority-owned businesses strong in IE

More than fifty percent of all Inland Empire businesses are minority-owned, with Hispanic owners making up the largest subgroup, according...
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Report: Minority-owned businesses strong in IE