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New management terms for convention center

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Riverside has changed the management terms of the city’s convention center. The city council has approved a contract that will require it to pay more to Raincross Hospitality Corp., the company that manages the convention center, according to a published report. Riverside will also receive all of the profits generated …

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Warehouse workers back on the job

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Ten workers who were suspended from their jobs at a Jurupa Valley warehouse-distribution center have been reinstated. The employees at Olivet International were suspended Aug. 16 after they complained about high temperatures inside the facility, according to a published report. Their reinstatement came after Rep. Mark Takano, D-Riverside, wrote a …

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City to consider restrictions on large trucks

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The Jurupa Valley City Council is considering enforcing a state law that prohibits truck drivers from idling their engines for more than five minutes at any one location. The proposal, which the council is expected to discuss today, would reduce the impact of hundreds of large delivery trucks that move …

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Major retailer heading to Riverside

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Riverside Plaza has landed a Nordstrom Rack. The discount chain will occupy space on the mall’s ground floor previously occupied by Forever 21 and Harris/Gottschalks, according to a published report. Nordstrom Rack will move in next spring. Vestar, the Phoenix-based developer that owns and manages Riverside Plaza, is negotiating with …

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