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Palm Springs to fix streets

Palm Springs affordable housing project gets state grant

Palm Springs will spend $9 million paving streets this year, the most the city has ever spent on that annual project. The city council approved the funding at its regular meeting Feb. 29, according to a statement on the city’s website. Revenue for the 50-street project will come from Measure …

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SoCalGas offers grants to low-income households

San Bernardino receives federal transportation grant

Southern California Gas is providing grants of up to $200 to help some households pay their natural gas bills. Recipients of grants from the $1 million Gas Assistance Fund are determined by household income and household size, according to a statement released by the public utility. “This winter, there is …

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Riverside Fire Department earns re-accreditation

Riverside Fire Department

Riverside’s fire department has been re-accredited by the Commission on Fire Accreditation International. That move leaves Riverside one of only five California fire departments with that accreditation, as well as the highest recognition – ISO Class 1 – given out by the state’s Insurance Services Office, according to a statement …

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Riverside County opens voting centers

Voters in Riverside County may now cast their ballots in the March 5 presidential primary election. Seventeen voting centers were scheduled to open throughout the county Feb. 24, and another 131 will open March 2, according to a statement on the county’s website. Residents may vote in-person or return their …

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SB mobile veterinary clinic launch put on hold

SB mobile veterinary clinic launch put on hold

San Bernardino will soon launch a mobile veterinary clinic that will allow the city’s Animal Services Department to provide treatments throughout the city, including spay and neuter procedures, vaccinations, and microchipping. The mobile clinic was to have been introduced Feb. 20 during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Secombe Park, but that …

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