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Riverside County Fair to return

SoCal Fair’s Fall Festival

The Riverside County Fair & National Date Festival will return to being an annual event under an agreement approved Tuesday by the board of supervisors. A new partnership between the county and Pickering Events LLC puts that company in charge of operating the Riverside County fairgrounds and fair for five …

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County to use state money for apprenticeship programs

Cal State University San Bernardino receives grant money

Riverside County Workforce Development has received a $1.8 million state grant that it will use to develop apprenticeship programs in five industries: IT and cybersecurity, healthcare, manufacturing, transportation logistics, and the public sector. The three-year grant, arranged by the California Department of Industrial Relations and its Division of Apprenticeship Standards, …

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Delgado name MoVal Mayor pro tem

Councilman Ed A. Delgado has been named Moreno Valley’s mayor pro tem. A 25-year Moreno Valley resident, Delgado was elected in November to represent the second district, according to a statement on the city’s website. Delgado serves on the city’s economic development, public safety and parks and community services subcommittees. …

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Victorville, fire department agree on contract

Victorville fire department personnel have approved a contract that gives them their first increase in salary and benefits in four years. The five-year agreement, which department members approved unanimously, calls for a 23.6 percent salary increase for firefighter-paramedics during the first year of the agreement. The contract also provides a …

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Facility will help foster youth

Construction has begun on affordable housing that will serve foster youth in Riverside County. Three single-family homes in the 16000 block of Perris Boulevard in Moreno Valley are being converted into 12 single-occupancy units that will be available to young people moving out of foster care and low-income families with …

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