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New Police Chief to Start Work

New Police Chief to Start Work

Perris has a new police chief. Brandon Ford, a captain with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, is scheduled to take over as the city’s top law enforcement official Thursday, according to a city statement. Ford, a member of the sheriff’s department since 1996, was welcomed by the city council and …

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County Extends Leave for Shooting Victims

San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors

The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to extend the leave of absence of employees who were impacted by the Dec. 2 terrorist shooting in San Bernardino that left 14 people dead. The 5-0 vote means that about 80 to 100 people who work in the county’s Division …

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Part of Inland Regional Center Could Reopen Soon

Inland Regional Center

Two office buildings at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, where 14 people were shot and killed Dec. 2, are expected to reopen soon. No exact date has been set for the reopening of Buildings 1 and 2, and Building 3 – where the shootings occurred – will remained …

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Moreno Valley Residents Wants Mega-Logistics Project on Ballot

Moreno Valley Residents Wants Mega-Logistics Project on Ballot

Opponents of a proposed 40.6-million-square-foot logistics project in Moreno Valley are gathering signatures in an effort to get the issue on the local ballot. The petition drive, which began right after Thanksgiving, has several more weeks to get the signatures of 8,000 registered voters who live in Moreno Valley, said …

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Ontario schedules Christmas tree lighting

Ontario Set for Annual Christmas Festival

Ontario’s annual Christmas celebration is scheduled to begin Friday. The yearly tree-lighting ceremony will he held at 5:30 p.m. at Ontario Town Square at the intersection of Euclid Avenue and C Street, said Sue Oxarart, spokeswoman for the Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau. City officials will light the tree …

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Website to Help with Anticipated Rains

Website to Help with Anticipated Rains

Moreno Valley has launched a webpage intended to help city residents cope with El Nino. The site, movalley.org/elnino, is meant to help with the severe weather condition that could cause severe flooding and other damage to Moreno Valley and surrounding communities, according to a city statement. The webpage is aimed at …

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