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Temecula forms law enforcement team

Temecula has formed a law enforcement team that will deal primarily with quality-of-life issues. CORE – Community, Outreach, Resource, and Engagement – is comprised of a sergeant, four deputies, and a community service officer, according to a statement on the city’s website. All are members of the Riverside County Sheriff’s …

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State to end pandemic-related food benefits

CalFresh, the state’s largest provider of food to low-income residents, will soon end the extra emergency benefits it distributed during COVID-19. During the last three years, Californians who were eligible for CalFresh aid received extra allotments to help them get through the pandemic, according to a statement on Riverside County’s …

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IE population expected to grow considerably

The Inland Empire’s population is expected to grow by 20 percent during the next 25 years, a state agency is predicting. If that forecast proves to be accurate, the combined population of Riverside and San Bernardino counties today – 4.7 million  – will increase to approximately 5.5 million people, according …

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Ontario to host State of the City

Ontario will hold its 2023 State of the City March 22 at the Ontario Convention Center. Hundreds of business and community leaders are expected to attend the event, which will focus on the city’s business investments and economic development projects, both present and future, according to a statement on the …

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RivCo settles juvenile detention fees suit

Riverside County has settled a lawsuit regarding juvenile detention fees. Parents and guardians who had to pay detention fees between Dec. 21, 2016 and April 21, 2020 may be eligible for a refund due the settlement of a class-action lawsuit, according to statement on the county’s website. The potential returns …

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Victorville moves closer to reviving its Old Town

Victorville’s plans for reviving its Old Town have gotten more ambitious since the city council addressed that issue 18 months ago. About 1,600 acres more ambitious, to be precise. In August 2021, the city council agreed to form a Community Revitalization and Investment Authority Board to pay for its ambitious …

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