Monday , May 27 2024
Breaking News

Business

IEEP to discuss tax credits

Economic & Real Estate Organizations Awarded.001

Inland Empire Economic Partnership will host a workshop on California’s new tax credit program that is designed in part to help small businesses. The program, which is being held in conjunction with the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development, will be held from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. March …

Read More »

SBA loan used to buy hotel

Inland Empire Real Estate Shake Up.001

A veteran of the hospitality industry has bought the Holiday Inn Express in Temecula. Lipsa Patel purchased the franchise hotel at 27660 Jefferson Ave. for $11.3 million, according to a statement. Patel, who has been in the hotel and restaurant business for more than 25 years, bought the facility with …

Read More »

Kaiser Permanente to apply for Murrieta campus

Inland Empire Real Estate Shake Up.002

Kaiser Permanente is moving closer to developing a campus in Murrieta. Officials with the large healthcare provider are preparing to submit a formal application to the city in June, according to a report originally published in The Press-Enterprise. Murrieta officials have also advertised for proposals from consulting firms that might …

Read More »

More wine country?

Inland Empire News March 2014.002

Guidelines for the expansion of the Temecula Valley Wine Country could soon become reality. The Riverside County Board of Supervisors is scheduled vote on the plan during its regular Tuesday meeting, according to a report originally published in The Press-Enterprise. The Temecula Valley Wine Country Community Plan, which has been …

Read More »

Mall’s play area gets sponsor

Inland Empire News March 2014.001

The children’s play area at Moreno Valley Mall will get a new look in the form of a corporate sponsorship. Raceway Nissan in Riverside has signed a three-year deal that will rename the play area Raceway Nissan Play Area, according to a statement. Besides the name change, the automobile dealership …

Read More »

Just how good are jobs in the logistics industry?

Inland-Empire-Restricts-Semi-Trucks.001-300x336

The Inland Empire is loaded with them and many of them pay well, but there’s disagreement about whether they’re a gateway to the middle class. Without question, the Inland Empire is the warehouse-distribution capital of the western United States, if not the entire country. About 113,000 residents of Riverside and …

Read More »