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Hood to design San Bernardino memorial

Walter Hood, a renowned landscape artist and architect, will design and construct San Bernardino’s Dec. 2 Memorial, which will honor the 14 people who died in the city terrorist attacks on that date in 2015. The memorial will also honor the first responders who were called to the attack scene …

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Palm Springs city manager to step down

Palm Springs City Manager David H. Ready has announced his retirement. After nearly 21 years on the job, Ready will step down Dec. 31, according to a statement on the city’s website. “Serving the residents of Palm Springs has been an honor and a privilege,” Ready said in the statement. …

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SB County suffers setback in COVID-19 battle

San Bernardino County has failed to reach the state’s red-tier designation regarding COVID-19, which would have lifted some restrictions on some businesses, especially restaurants and bars. Earlier this week, the county expressed confidence that it would move from the purple tier, the most restrictive designation, to the red tier. On …

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High Desert survey to be released

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As many as 10,000 people are expected to tune in to a livestream of the High Desert survey, an assessment of the region conducted last year. The presentation, on YouTube and Facebook, is scheduled to air 11 a.m Oct. 4, according to a statement. The presentation will be moderated by Joseph …

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SB County close to red-tier reopening status

San Bernardino County is “very close” to reaching the state’s “red tier,” which will allow more businesses to reopen while the battle against COVID-19 continues. The county is now in the purple category, meaning hair salons, barbershops, nail salons, and elementary schools with waivers can operate indoors, according to a …

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Riverside looks to fill charter committee

Riverside is asking the city’s registered voters to apply for a position on its charter review committee. The 11-member panel examines the document that determines how the city is run and advises the city council on possible changes to it, according to a statement on the city’s website. “Serving on …

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