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Staters, Reyes Coca-Cola donate to military

Stater Bros. re-ups effort to prevent running out of items

Stater Bros. Charities and Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling have donated $30,000 to the Bob Hope USO. Both entities again partnered for their annual Give Back fundraiser in May – National Military Appreciation Month – during which the soft drink company donates 25 cents for every eligible product bought at Stater Bros., …

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Microbrewery coming to Inland Empire

Unique restaurants in Ontario featured in Restaurant Week

An Orange County microbrewery is coming to Ontario. San Clemente-based Left Coast Brewery has leased 5,000 square feet at The Collection, a neighborhood shopping center expected to open in December, according to a statement. The tasting room at 980 N. Haven Ave. will be the company’s third location and first …

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Burum named president of Major Arena Soccer League

Burum named president of Major Arena Soccer League

And envisions the Inland Empire as the centerpiece for growth and economic development in Southern California. Jeffrey Burum, one of the Empire region’s foremost entrepreneurs, real estate developers, community leaders, philanthropists, and owner of the Empire Strykers, the Empire’s Arena Soccer team, has been named president of the Major Arena …

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Inland manufacturing groups merge

Redlands to redraw council districts

The Manufacturer’s Council of the Inland Empire and the High Desert Manufacturers Council have merged. Officials with both agencies recently adopted a memorandum of understanding “formalizing a long history of collaboration as the voice for the [Inland] region’s manufacturers,” according to a statement. Wallace Brithinee, president of the Inland Manufacturer’s …

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Sprouts to open in Rialto

Sprouts Farmers Market will open a store on Sept. 1 in Rialto. The store at 1524 S. Riverside Ave. is scheduled to host a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 6:45 a.m., 15 minutes before it opens its doors to shoppers for the first time, according to a statement. The first 200 shoppers …

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ONT looking forward to Labor Day weekend

ONT nearly back to pre-pandemic passenger levels

Ontario International Airport officials are expecting a busy Labor Day weekend. More than 102,000 passengers are expected to pass through the airport during the five-day weekend that will run from Aug. 31 through Sept. 4, according to a statement on the airport’s website. That prediction is based on current airline …

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