Monday , June 5 2023
Breaking News

People on the Move

Dorsey to be Fontana PD chief

Capt. Michael Dorsey has been named Fontana’s next police chief. Dorsey will succeed Chief Billy Green, who is retiring, according to a statement on the city’s Facebook page. A 29-year law enforcement veteran, Dorsey will be in charge of all department operations, both sworn and non-sworn personnel. He is scheduled …

Read More »

Rodriguez to lead UCR school of undergraduate education

Louie Rodriguez has been named UC Riverside’s vice provost and dean of undergraduate education, effective April 1. A professor in the university’s school of education, Rodriguez’s research concentrates on educational equity, Latino education, and community engagement, according to a statement on the university’s website. He was the school of education’s …

Read More »

Calvert meets with Palm Springs officials

Rep. Ken Calvert, R-Corona, met recently with Palm Springs officials to discuss the city’s most urgent projects and federal funding needs. Attendees included Mayor Grace Garner, Mayor Pro tem Jeffrey Bernstein, Interim City Manager Teresa Gallavan, Deputy City Manager Flinn Fagg and City Engineer Joel Montalvo, according to a statement on the …

Read More »

Frumklin joins Heritage Grocers Group

Ted Frumkin has been named senior vice president of store development for Heritage Grocers Group in Ontario, the parent company of Cardenas Markets. Frumkin will report to Prabash Coswatte, Heritage Grocers’ chief administrative officer, and will be in charge of the company’s real estate development and its growth, according to …

Read More »

Tran named to SCAG panel

San Bernardino Mayor Helen Tran has been appointed to the Southern California Association of Government’s Community, Economic, and Human Development Committee. Tran will represent San Bernardino and the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority, according to a statement on the city’s website. The committee reviews regional projects, plans and programs. Its …

Read More »

Menifee promotes Nicks to deputy city manager

Jonathan Nicks has been named Menifee’s deputy city manager. Nicks, who has been the city’s community services director for the past five years, will continue to run that department but will also oversee the human resources and risk management departments, according to a statement on the city’s website. Nicks has …

Read More »