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SBIA tallies first commercial passengers

Nearly 20,000 passengers flew in and out of San Bernardino International Airport last year on the airport’s first commercial carrier. Breeze Airways began daily nonstop flights between San Bernardino and San Francisco International Airport Aug, 4, and reached that passenger count by the end of November, according to a statement …

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Cardenas Markets to give out scholarships

Cardenas Markets now offers same-day delivery

Cardenas Markets Foundation is providing $192,000 in scholarships to students who live in areas in which the supermarket chain operates. Sixty-four scholarships of $3,000 each will be given out this year, a $15,000 increase in total funding from 2022, according to a statement. Academic performance, financial need, leadership qualities, and …

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Morongo to host job fairs

Morongo tribe donates $6.5 million to hospital

The Morongo Casino Resort & Spa will host two job fairs this month. Both events will be hosted by Chef Fabio Viviani and be held in the Marketplace food hall, which Viviani opened last year, according to a statement released by the Morongo Band of Mission Indians. The job fairs …

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Dental chain locates in Colton

One of the largest dentistry chains in the United States has opened an office in Colton. Western Dental & Orthodontics recently held a grand opening ceremony at its new location in a Walmart-anchored shopping center, 1100 S. Mount Vernon Ave., according to a statement released Dec. 29. The ceremony was attended …

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Inland entrepreneurs share what it takes to have “Spirit”

The Spirit of the Entrepreneur Awards recently held its 20th annual celebration at the Riverside Convention Center.  The event, a production by the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship (IECE) at California State University San Bernardino, awards top innovators from the region in nine entrepreneurial categories. Several of this year’s winners …

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PSP predicts record numbers of Christmas travelers

Palm Springs International Airport

Palm Springs International Airport is expecting a record number of travelers during this year’s Christmas season. More than 35,000 people are expected to pass through the airport during the period that begins Dec. 21 and ends the day after Christmas, according to a statement on the city’s website. Friday will …

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