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Temecula incubator program adds companies

Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship is accepting applications

Temecula’s business incubator program, the Temecula Valley Entrepreneur’s Exchange [TVE2] has added three new businesses. Interactive iXperience, Inc. is a cloud-based platform that specializes in brand engagement, which seeks to create a stronger bond between consumers and a product, according to a statement on the city’s website. The second company, …

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9/11 memorial park planned

Perris using Clean California Grant to pay for park upgrades

Rancho Cucamonga is scheduled to receive $3.2 million in state funds that it will use to build a 9/11 Memorial Park. The 1.3-acre park will be built next to Fire Station 178 on Town Center Dr. east of Haven Avenue, according to a statement on the city’s website. Assemblywoman Gomez …

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Bridge reconstruction resumes in San Bernardino

Bridge Construction

Reconstruction of the Mt. Vernon Avenue Bridge in San Bernardino has resumed. The project was delayed while BNSF Railway moved a building in their yard and some tracks so their trains could keep running while the bridge was worked on, according to a statement on the city’s website. With that …

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Extension of Clinton Keith Road nears completion

Traffic Cones in Inland Empire

The extension of Clinton Keith Road from the 215 Freeway to Highway 79 is nearly finished. The Riverside County Transportation Department started the $88 million project in 2001 after county officials acknowledged the need for a six-lane east-west corridor in southwest Riverside County, according to a statement on the county’s …

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San Bernardino gets state library grant

Cal State University San Bernardino receives grant money

San Bernardino has received a $6.4 million state grant that will finance an upgrade to the Norman F. Feldheym Central Library. The money, from the California State Library, will pay for energy efficiency and other upgrades at the 64,000-square-foot building at 555 W. 6th St., according to a statement on …

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