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LA County Fair changes dates

The Los Angeles County Fair is moving to spring. After 100 years of being a September event, the fair will be held in May starting next year, according to a statement on the organization’s website. The 2020 fair will be held Thursdays through Sundays starting May 5. It’s last day …

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RivCo begins vaccinating homebound residents

Riverside County has reached an agreement that allows thousands of county residents confined to their homes to get vaccinated. The county recently signed a $300,000 contract with United Lab Services in Corona that will pay the company $75 for each vaccination while providing it with the vaccine, according to a …

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County to close two vaccination clinics

Riverside County is shutting down its COVID-19 vaccine clinics in Beaumont and Menifee, as it moves away from large fixed treatment facilities and into smaller operations run by mobile teams. The Albert A. Chatigny Sr. Community and Recreation Center in Beaumont is scheduled to close Saturday, the Heritage High School …

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Chino Basin Groundwater Contamination and Septic Systems

By Bob Bowcock There are approximately 21,800 septic systems within the Chino Basin, many of the systems are concentrated in the unincorporated areas of the region. Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA) provides sewage utility services under the Chino Basin Regional Sewage Service Contract to the following cities: Chino, Chino Hills, …

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Apple Valley gets HUD grants

Cal State University San Bernardino receives grant money

Apple Valley has approved funding for eight local nonprofits, thanks to some help from the federal government. Those entities include assistance for seniors and disabled adults, housing for youth programs, fair housing services, homeless shelters and food banks, according to a statement on the town’s website. Funding comes from Community …

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