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Apple Valley asks state for early reopening

Apple Valley Moves to Take over Water Supplier

Apple Valley is asking Gov. Gavin Newsom to reopen some subregions of San Bernardino County. The town council recently agreed to request that move of the administration, “rather than stalling operations within the county as a whole,” according to a statement on the town’s website. “This is not about reopening …

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Free computers for Moreno Valley residents

Moreno Valley and the Riverside County Community Action Partnership are providing 50 personal computers to Moreno Valley residents free of charge. The program is part of the city’s CLiC Initiative – Computer Learning and internet Activity – that began Oct. 1, according to a statement. Applicants must have a household …

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Riverside County stays in red tier, for now

Riverside County will remain in the state’s COVID-19 red tier for at least one more week. State health officials agreed to an extension so the county would have more time to reduce its case rate and meet the requirements to remain in the red tier, according to a statement. The …

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Murrieta restarts business grants

Murrieta has started the second round of its Back-to-Business Grant program, in which the city may loan up to $10,000 to a small business that has been hurt by COVID-19, according to a statement on the city’s website. Guidelines are the same as they were in round one: businesses must …

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State eases restrictions on private gatherings

Private outdoor gatherings of people from three households or fewer are now permissible statewide. That easing of restrictions was announced Friday by the California Department of Public Health. “Gatherings” are defined as any social event that brings people together from different households in a single space or place, at the …

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SB County has some progress in COVID-19 fight

San Bernardino County is making some progress in its battle against COVID-19. The county, which experienced a spike in cases in September that officials attributed to Labor Day gatherings, has recently improved in two categories: new cases and testing. “Our case rate has declined from 9.6 to 9.1 new cases …

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