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Sponsors sought for Fourth of July parade

Moreno Valley is once again making sponsorship opportunities available to local businesses at its annual Fourth of July parade and Family FunFest. This year’s celebration, “Sweet Land of Liberty,” will begin with the traditional Independence Day Parade, which is scheduled to start at 9:30 a.m. at Alessandro Boulevard and Frederick …

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Aviation show scheduled

The Riverside AIRSHOW will celebrate its 25th anniversary Saturday with a full day of aerobatic performances, parachute teams and aircraft fly-bys. AIRSHOW 2017 is scheduled to begin at 7 a.m. with a pancake breakfast, followed by the various airshow activities that will begin two hours later, according to a statement …

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Palm Springs to hire city attorney

The Palm Springs City Council on Wednesday will consider a contract to hire the city’s first in-house city attorney. Edward Z. Kotkin, who served for eight year’s as Indio’s city attorney and worked for 11 years in the Riverside County District Attorney’s office, has been selected for the position, according …

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Healthy drink ordinance adopted

Perris has approved an ordinance making 100 percent juice, water or milk the default beverage in children’s meals at local restaurants. The measure, which was adopted unanimously earlier this month, is meant to fight obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure and a high cholesterol, according to a statement. Customers will still …

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City starts local hiring program

Moreno Valley businesses now have an incentive to hire locally. The city’s Hire A Mo Valley Grad program awards $1,000 to any business that hires a local resident who recently graduated from college or who earned certification from an accredited local school, according to a statement on the city’s website. …

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City to host town hall by telephone

Moreno Valley Mayor Yxstian Gutierrez is scheduled to host a telephone town hall meeting March 29. The city will use the call-in “talk radio” format so residents can either ask questions or listen for as long as they like, according to a statement on the city’s website. This will be …

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