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City facilities reopen in Palm Springs

Inland Empire labor market recovers from COVID-19

Because of a decline in COVID-19 cases, Palm Springs on Tuesday reopened city hall and other city facilities for walk-in service. For now, masks are still required inside all city facilities, in compliance with regulations set by Cal/OSHA-Division of Occupational Safety and Health, which is responsible for preventing injuries and …

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AV to release first redistricting map

Riverside County’s redistricting public hearing

Apple Valley will release the first draft of its 10-year redistricting map March 1. That draft map, the product of two public hearings, will be the subject of a third public session scheduled for March 8, according to a statement on the town’s website. Adoption of final map is expected …

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County to help small businesses hurt by COVID-19

Inland Empire labor market recovers from COVID-19

Very small businesses in Riverside County that have been hurt by COVID-19 may be eligible to receive help from the county. The office of economic development is offering $2,500 grants under its Riverside County Microbusiness COVID-19 Relief Grant Program, according to a statement released Friday. A microbusiness must have no …

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Norco removes homeless tracts

Homeless Crisis in Riverside

Norco has removed four homeless encampments from River Trails Park. The city took action after discovering the encampments included biohazard and combustible materials that could have caused fires. Riverside County sheriff and fire departments, CAL FIRE and the non-profit City Net assisted in the cleanup, which was paid for with …

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Riverside County library adds mobile vans

Chaffey College now offering Hospitality Facilities Management certificate

The Riverside County Library System has added two mobile resource vans to its inventory. Library Connect, which began Tuesday, brings library and literacy services to communities in the county’s western and desert regions 365 days a year, according to a statement on the county’s website. The expansion is being paid …

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