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Disney’s Merida is skating into the IE

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Disney on Ice will be presenting its new live production, Rockin’ Ever After at Citizens Business Bank Arena December 25th through December 29th. The show brings with it not only local entertainment, but an economic boost to the surrounding hospitality businesses. With holiday sales forecasted to be only three to …

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Mall gets expanded clothing store

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Image, the junior fashion retail chain, has opened an expanded store at Moreno Valley Mall. The 10,000-square-foot store opened Friday on the mall’s lower level, between Crazy 8 and Sports Treasure, according to a statement. Image carries the latest designs in clothing, shoes, jewelry and accessories at affordable prices for …

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Stater Bros. makes charitable donation

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Stater Bros. Charities, the charitable arm of Stater Bros. Markets, has donated $53,624 to the U.S. Marine Corp.’s Toys for Tots program. This is the ninth year that Stater Bros. has given money at Christmas to Toys for Tots, and this year’s donation was more than double the amount the …

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Food distributor to bring 200-plus jobs to Corona

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A food packaging and distribution company will move to Corona from Anaheim, bringing with it more than 200 jobs. Veg-Fresh Farms Inc., which packages and distributes produce to grocery stores, has purchased a 187,000-square-foot industrial building that is under construction at 1400 W. Rincon Ave., said Larry Nuffer, manager of …

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Jack In The Box franchisee buys Murrieta property

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A company that franchises Jack In The Box restaurants has bought a parcel at the Gateway Plaza shopping center in Murrieta and will build one of the fast-food restaurants there. Murrieta-based DMSD Property LLC bought the property, which covers a little more than a half-acre, from Sierra Lane Partners LLC, …

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Inland Empire Auto Dealerships Remain a Cash Cow for their Cities

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The sales tax doesn’t always stay in the local community, but cities still go to great lengths to land, or keep, a dealership. San Bernardino is a prime example. Three years ago, during the height of the recession, owners of the automobile dealerships at the San Bernardino Auto Center decided …

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