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Building products distributor lands in Riverside

A Fortune 500 company that sells roofing products and other building materials has opened a store in Riverside. Herndon, Va.-based Beacon’s location at 2800 E. La Cadena Drive will serve residential customers and commercial contractors, according to a statement. The store, which employs seven people, opened early this month. “This area [the …

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Inland food bank receives donation

A Reno, Nev.-based real estate investment and development firm has donated $10,000 to Feeding America Riverside, one of the Inland Empire’s largest food banks. The donation, announced Nov. 20, is part of Dermody Properties’ 2023 Annual Thanksgiving Capstone Award, according to a statement. Donations ranging from $3,750 to $10,000 were …

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Three hotels under construction in the IE

Choice Hotels International Inc. is developing three Everhome Suites properties in the Inland Empire. The Rockville, Md. company is building the hotels with its partner, Paladin Equity Capital in Los Angeles, according to a statement. All will be four stories. Their sizes and locations are: 120 rooms at 27165 Madison …

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Morongo tribe makes Thanksgiving donations

Morongo tribe donates $6.5 million to hospital

The Morongo Band of Mission Indians recently donated 15,000 turkeys to non-profit groups, churches, and charities throughout the Inland Empire and Southern California. The donations, part of the tribe’s annual Thanksgiving Outreach program, will provide an estimated 300,000 meals to families, seniors, and veterans who are in need from Coachella …

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ONT braces for heavy Thanksgiving travel

ONT nearly back to pre-pandemic passenger levels

Ontario International Airport expects a 12 percent increase in passenger traffic during the Thanksgiving holiday. More than 212,000 passengers will use the airport from Nov. 17 to Nov. 27, the busiest Thanksgiving travel season for the airport since 2007, according to the Ontario International Airport Authority. That prediction is based on …

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ONT using facial ID technology on foreign travelers.

ONT nearly back to pre-pandemic passenger levels

Ontario International Airport has installed a system meant to speed up the wait time for international travelers entering the United States. Operated by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Simplified Arrival uses facial data to automate the document checks normally done by hand that are required for admission into the country, …

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