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MoVal expands rental assistance

Moreno Valley has expanded its rental assistance program designed to help families and individuals hurt by COVID-19. MoVal Rental Rescue will provide rental assistance for up to 12 months of unpaid rent, and three months of future rent if funding remains available, according to a statement on the city’s website. …

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Some Riverside County residents to get more emergency food

Extra emergency food is available to an estimated 75,000 Riverside County households that have been hurt by COVID-19. CalFresh, which is part of the U.S. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, provides monthly food to low-income individuals and families, according to a statement. California has issued emergency food to qualified customers each …

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Riverside County gets OK for outdoor events

Live outdoor events, including sports and entertainment, may resume in Riverside County beginning April 1, with limited spectators. While the county remains in California’s purple tier, the state’s most restrictive category, its COVID-19 numbers have been moving down for several weeks, according to a statement released Tuesday by county health …

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More help on the way for Riverside County renters

Cal State University San Bernardino receives grant money

Riverside County and two charities are preparing assistance for county residents struggling to pay their rent because of COVID-19. United Lift – the county, Southern California United Way and Lift to Rise, a non-profit in Palm Desert – have announced that rental assistance will soon become available to help keep …

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Riverside wants help hiring city attorney

Riverside is asking for the public’s assistance in its search for its next city attorney. City officials have scheduled an online community meeting for 6:30-8 p.m., Tuesday the 16th to gather input which the city council will use when it makes the hire, according to  a statement on the city’s …

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Apple Valley to allow youth, adult sports

Apple Valley plans to open its sports fields to youth and adult sports in time for spring. “To say that we are eager to get back to the business of having fun is an understatement. We have missed offering our residents these activities while we waited for the danger of …

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