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Riverside looks to keep trucks out of neighborhoods

Signs announcing truck axle restrictions have been posted along westbound Van Buren Boulevard in Riverside from Interstate 215 to Dauchy Avenue. The project, a collaborative effort between Riverside and Riverside County, is meant to prevent trucks from cutting through neighborhoods, according to a statement on the city’s website. Specifically, the …

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Palm Springs shuts down city offices

Palm Springs affordable housing project gets state grant

Starting this week, Palm Springs’ offices will be closed to walk-in traffic due to the surge in COVID-19 cases. City clerk, planning, engineering, building, business license and other services will still be available by telephone or email. Appointments for work that can only be done in person can be made …

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Lake Elsinore closes facilities

Inland Empire labor market recovers from COVID-19

Lake Elsinore has closed all city facilities in response to the surge in COVID-19 infections caused by the Omicron variant. The shutdown, which began Wednesday, includes city hall, the senior center, the Dream Extreme Neighborhood Center and the Lake Community. Center. Launch Pointe, the camping and recreational vehicle park at …

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International Film Festival postponed due to outbreak

Inland Empire labor market recovers from COVID-19

This year’s Palm Springs International Film Festival has been postponed due to the latest outbreak of COVID-19. The festival, which was to have started Friday and lasted through Jan. 17, is expected to return as an in-person event next January, according to a statement on the city’s website. “After thoughtful …

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City accepting HUD grant applications

small business relief program

Moreno Valley is accepting applications for funding provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. City officials expect to receive a little more than $2 million in Community Development Block Grant funds, which will pay for programs that help low-and-moderate-income residents or neighborhoods. Moreno Valley also expects to …

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