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Victorville roadway to be shut down

Starting May 30, part of Bear Valley Road in Victorville will be closed to accommodate a bridge widening project. The eastbound lane between Industrial Boulevard and Ridgecrest Road will be shut down from approximately 9 p.m. to 5 p.m. through June 2, according to a statement on the city’s website. …

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Bridge replacement in SB delayed

Bridge Construction

Replacement of the Mt. Vernon Avenue Bridge in San Bernardino will take a little longer than expected. The project is expected to be finished in December, three months later than originally anticipated, according to a statement on the city’s website. The 86-year-old bridge, which connects communities on the west side …

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Riverside takes harder look at legal cannabis sales

SB County backs legislation aimed at illegal cannabis farming

Riverside has moved closer to allowing the sale of cannabis within its borders. In a 5-2 vote last month, the city council made cannabis stores an “allowed business,” setting the stage for eventually having licensed cannabis storefronts in Riverside, according to a statement on the city’s website. Besides making it …

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SB County to add I-10 express lanes

The San Bernardino County Transportation Authority will spend $2.8 million to help add express lanes on Interstate 10. The project will widen an 11-mile stretch between the Interstate 10/Interstate 15 interchange and Pepper Street, according to a statement released today. One express lane will be added in each direction, along …

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City starts work on community building

Building approved for UCR business school

Norco has broken ground on “The Barn,” a 21,000-square-foot multipurpose building being developed inside the George Ingalls Event Center. The $3.5 million project will be owned and operated by Norco and be available for public and private gatherings, including weddings, expositions and business meetings, according to a statement on the …

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