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Gilman Springs Road project continues

Riverside County has completed an estimated $18 million worth of improvements to Gilman Springs Road, a thoroughfare that connects western Riverside County to Hemet and Sa Jacinto. The county transportation department plans to invest another $44 million in the Gilman Springs Road Safety Improvement Corridor Project, according to a statement …

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Community center to get major overhaul

Cal State University San Bernardino receives grant money

Riverside has received $25 million in state funds that it will use to renovate the César Chávez Community Center at Bobby Bonds Park. The city council on April 4 voted unanimously to accept the state funding, which was part of last year’s state budget, according to a statement on the …

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Temecula to make traffic safety upgrades

Temecula has received $3.4 million in public funds that it will use to pay for traffic improvements. The grant originated with the Federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, a program that seeks to reduce fatalities and serious injuries on public roads, according to a statement on the city’s website. It …

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Report: IE manufacturing is back on track

Manufacturing in Inland Empire

The Inland Empire’s manufacturing sector is back on solid ground. The two-county region’s purchasing managers index was 59.2 in March, a major improvement from the 50.8 recorded in February, the Institute of Applied Research and Policy Analysis at Cal State San Bernardino reported today. More important, March was the third …

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Morongo tribe begins ground-air ambulance service

Morongo tribe donates $6.5 million to hospital

The Morongo Band of Mission Indians has launched a ground ambulance and medical helicopter that will serve the Morongo reservation and communities across San Gorgonio Pass. The project – a partnership between the tribe and Global Medical Response, REACH Air Medical Services, and American Medical Response – is the first …

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