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Riverside to hold State of City

Redlands to redraw council districts

Riverside Mayor Patricia Lock Dawson will deliver the annual State of the City address on Jan. 26 at the Riverside Convention Center. The event, produced by the Greater Riverside Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the city, will be held in person this year for the first time since 2020, …

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Temecula to give out $1.1 million in grants

Temecula will distribute 1.1 million in grants this year to charities that exclusively help Temecula residents. The money will be distributed through Community Service Funding-Reinvestment in Temecula, the city’s competitive grant program, according to the statement website. In November, the city council approved $5,000 to $50,000 grants to 49 non-profits …

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MoVay gets federal funds to battle homelessness

Cal State University San Bernardino receives grant money

Moreno Valley has received $2 million in federal money that it will use to fight its homeless problem. The funding, part of the consolidated appropriations bill signed by President Biden last month, will help pay for the Homeless to Work and MoVal Emergency Shelter/Rapid Rehousing programs, according to a statement …

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Palm Springs opens overnight homeless shelter

Homeless Crisis in Riverside

Palm Springs has opened a shelter to assist homeless people during the cold season. The 15-bed facility at the Palm Springs Access Center opened earlier this month and will remain open through Feb. 28, according to a statement on the city’s website. The facility, at 225 El Cielo Road, is a …

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SB County officials warn of property scam

housing market

San Bernardino County homeowners are being warned about a nationwide property scam. The swindle called a Homeowner Benefit Program, involves homeowners being persuaded to place a lien on their property in exchange for a cash payment, according to a statement released by Auditor-Controller/Treasurer/Tax Collector Ensen Mason and Assessor- Recorder-County Clerk …

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Ontario nativity scenes are back

The nativity scenes on Euclid Avenue, a longtime Ontario tradition, are up and available for public viewing. Twelve depictions of the birth of Christ have been set up on the grass median between C and F streets and will remain there until New Year’s Day, according to the Greater Ontario …

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