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Angel Wings Bakery: Making a Difference in Riverside

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In 2013, the city of Riverside launched the Homeless Reduction and Prevention Strategy, its five-year plan to prevent homelessness and support the existing homeless population in the city. One non-profit organization, Path of Life Enterprises, is taking the mission very seriously. With numerous homeless outreach services including two emergency shelters …

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Proposed law would crack down on massage parlors

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State legislators have passed a bill that would regulate massage parlors. The Massage Therapy Reform Act, which has yet to be signed by Gov. Brown, replaces a massage therapy law passed six years ago, according to multiple reports. If approved by the governor, the law will give municipalities greater authority …

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Job fair draws a strong crowd

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More than 500 people attended a job fair last Thursday at San Bernardino Valley College. The East End Regional Job Fair featured roughly 650 jobs, mostly in logistics, manufacturing, healthcare, construction, hospitality and education, according to a report in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin. About 30 employers attended the three-hour …

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Valuable Services, Jobs and Revenues at Threshold Aviation

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San Bernardino County has become a landing, refueling and maintenance hub for aviators thanks to Threshold Aviation Group, a fixed base operator (FBO), aircraft fueling station and maintenance center located at Chino Airport. With two hangers available to house aircrafts that come through the area, Threshold Aviation has been a …

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Report: High-tech helps fill office space

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There’s one way the Inland Empire can improve its office market: start attracting more high-tech industry. CBRE Group Inc. last week released a report on the high-tech sector and its impact on the U.S. office industry. To one’s surprise, the study found that high-tech businesses can help fill office space. …

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Amazon.com is coming to Redlands

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Amazon.com Inc., the online retail giant, will open its fifth California fulfillment center in Redlands, creating 2,500 full-time jobs. The company announced Thursday that it will occupy a 700,000-square-foot building at 2125 W. San Bernardino Ave. That structure is north of Interstate 10 and west of the Foothill Freeway, in …

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