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Moreno Valley steps up effort to help local vets find jobs

Moreno Valley has made a change to its program that helps local veterans find work. Hire a MoValley Veteran formerly offered a $1,000 bonus to any city business that hired a Moreno Valley resident who also served in the U.S. Armed Forces, according to a statement on the city’s website. …

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Some High Desert people don’t like the name High Desert

A group of business people want to change the region’s name to the Mojave River Valley. They say it will create a stronger identity and make it easier to attract businesses. Will the area known for years as the High Desert one day be called the Mojave River Valley? It …

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Moreno Valley to update general plan

Moreno Valley is asking its residents to help update the city’s general plan. An online survey is available in English and Spanish and can be found on the city’s website at It will be available throughout the rest of this month. “This is a chance to help shape the …

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Palm Springs to discuss general plan update

Palm Spring residents are invited to attend the first of several workshops regarding the city’s general plan update. The session is scheduled to be held 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Feb. 24 at the Palm Springs Convention Center, Primrose B, according to a statement on the city’s website. “This is …

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Perris welcomes Planet Fitness

Perris held a ribbon-cutting ceremony earlier this week at a new Planet Fitness. The 24-hour facility in the Plaza de Perris shopping center, 1688 N. Perris Blvd., was officially welcomed to the city by several local dignitaries, including Mayor Michael M. Vargas, City Manager Richard Belmudez and Council Member Malcolm …

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Palm Springs “Green Award” nominees sought

City Presents Environmental Award

The Palm Springs Sustainability Commission is accepting nominations for this year’s Green Citizen and Green Student Awards. Both awards recognize one adult and one student (K-12) who show “exemplary sustainability practices in the community,” according to a statement on the city’s website. Nominees must live in Palm Springs and show …

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