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Fuller named Rialto’s new City Manager

Marcus Fuller has been named Rialto’s city manager. Currently, Palm Springs’ assistant city manager, Fuller is scheduled to start his new duties on June 21, according to a statement on Rialto’s website. Fuller has worked in local government for 26 years, including two years as Rialto’s public works director and …

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Moreno Valley to resume in-person city services

Starting Tuesday, June 1 all Moreno Valley city facilities will be reopened for in-person service. The Moreno Valley City Council will resume its in-person meetings, although city-operated facilities will continue to adhere to public safety guidelines set forth by the State of California and Riverside County. “State guidelines have eased, …

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RivCo begins vaccinating homebound residents

Riverside County has reached an agreement that allows thousands of county residents confined to their homes to get vaccinated. The county recently signed a $300,000 contract with United Lab Services in Corona that will pay the company $75 for each vaccination while providing it with the vaccine, according to a …

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Apple Valley gets HUD grants

Cal State University San Bernardino receives grant money

Apple Valley has approved funding for eight local nonprofits, thanks to some help from the federal government. Those entities include assistance for seniors and disabled adults, housing for youth programs, fair housing services, homeless shelters and food banks, according to a statement on the town’s website. Funding comes from Community …

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State-run COVID-19 site sets up in Indio

Inland Empire labor market recovers from COVID-19

California has opened a testing, vaccination and receiving center in Indio, a move state official hope will protect the health of border towns and migrants. The facility, at 82025 Highway 111 near Monroe Street, is providing support to Riverside County teams that are receiving asylum seekers dropped off by the …

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