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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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Palm Springs airport to bring in new restaurants, retailers

Palm Springs airport to bring in new restaurants, retailers

Palm Springs International Airport will upgrade its restaurants and retailers. The city council recently approved 10-year contracts with Paradies-Lagardere Travel Retail in Atlanta, the airport’s restaurant operator, and Las Vegas-based Marshall Retail Group according to a statement on the city’s website. Besides renovating the airport’s three restaurants, Paradies will bring …

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Apple Valley gets traffic grant

Apple Valley will step up its efforts to decrease unsafe driving. A grant of nearly $70,000 will allow the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department to focus more on drunken drivers, violators of the state’s hands-free cell phone laws and other drivers dangerous to pedestrians and bicycle riders, according to a …

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MoVal paving project gets started

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Phase one of Moreno Valley’s $50 million pavement rehabilitation program is underway. The project will repave nearly 190 miles of arterial, and neighborhood roads throughout the city, according to the statement on the city’s website. Council members approved the project in February, and in June agreed to spend $29 million …

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