Tuesday , June 18 2024

City / County News

Tax-defaulted properties to be auctioned

San Bernardino County will hold its annual auction of tax-defaulted properties next month. The online auction will start May 11 and will have staggered closing time from May 13 through May 17, according to a statement on the county’s website. The auction will consist of more than 1,600 properties that …

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Riverside looking to add to building tour

Riverside is looking for more locations for Doors Open, its annual tour of the city’s historic and otherwise noteworthy buildings. Any buildings or structures in the city that have “architectural significance” are welcome to apply, provided they are willing to be open between 10 a.m and 4 p.m. May 11, …

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State funding sought to fight homelessness

SB County Helps Homeless Vets

Assemblymen Chad Mayes, R-Rancho Mirage and Eduardo Garcia, D-Coachella, have asked the state for $10 million that will help fight homelessness in the Coachella Valley. If approved, the funding will be included in the state budget on behalf of Palm Springs, the greater Coachella Valley and the Coachella Valley Association …

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Apple Valley named top High Desert city

Apple Valley has been named “Best Place to Live” in the High Desert by patrons of the region’s most prominent daily newspaper. Approximately 250,000 votes were cast by readers of The Daily Press, who also voted Apple Valley the top golf location in the Victor Valley, according to a statement …

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Riverside conducting quality-of-life survey

Survey: Ontario residents like their city

Riverside is asking everyone who lives or works in the city to fill out the Riverside Survey, which is meant to measure quality of life issues in the city. Results from the survey, which is underway, will help city officials make better choices regarding how to improve Riverside and promote …

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SB County’s workforce is strong, but it needs to get stronger

That’s the conclusion of recent study, which found that there are too many residents who could be working that aren’t. However, the analysis is optimistic about the county’s future. San Bernardino County’s workforce is strong enough to transform the region’s economy, but not enough is being done to ensure that …

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