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Enterprise zone to hold one more workshop

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The San Bernardino Valley Enterprise Zone has scheduled one final complimentary business workshop for 2013. The session, scheduled for 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. at Colton City Hall, 650 N. La Cadena Drive, will discuss how businesses can save money on their state taxes by using enterprise zone tax credits, …

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Federal housings funds remain untouched

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Money that the federal government has set aside to help deal with the foreclosure crisis isn’t being spent properly. The “Hardest Hit Fund,” a $7.6 billion program the government set up to help homeowners has only handed out $3 billion, according to a report originally published in The Press-Enterprise. There …

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Huge payout for former hospital CEO

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The former chief executive officer of Riverside County Regional Medical Center will receive a $900,657 payment for leaving that position. Doug Bagley will also receive a public pension for his time running the county-owned hospital, which was losing an estimated $1 million a week during his last days on the …

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Retail project underway in San Jacinto

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The San Jacinto City Council has approved the first phase of a long-anticipated shopping center in the city. Circle K Stores Inc. will build a 4,500-square-foot convenience store at the northwest corner of Sanderson and Esplanade avenues, said Sharon Paisley, the city’s development director. Council members approved the store, which …

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San Bernardino Election Results

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Last night’s elections in San Bernardino ended in a tumultuous grand finale fiasco that will leave people scratching their heads for weeks to come. The recall election batted 2 for 3, recalling both City Attorney Jim Penman and his close ally on the City Council Wendy McCammack.  Councilman John Valdivia …

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Amazon Moreno Valley is Great for City

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Amazon Moreno Valley is Great for City Moreno Valley officials spent the past six months negotiating with Amazon.com to bring a fulfillment center to the city, and their efforts paid off this week. The online retail giant announced Tuesday that it will build a 1.2 million-square-foot facility in Moreno Valley, much to …

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