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SB County to conduct homeless count

San Bernardino County will hold its annual count of homeless people later this month. The Point-in-Time-Count, which is conducted by the San Bernardino Office of Homeless Services and the San Bernardino County Homeless Partnership, is scheduled to be held from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. Jan. 24, according to a …

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Two SB County cities to get rapid bus service

Omnitrans, San Bernardino County’s largest public transit agency, will begin offering expanded rapid transit bus service in Loma Linda and San Bernardino. Beginning Jan. 12, the agency will expand its sbX line to Saturdays in those two cities, according to a statement. Rides will be free on that date and …

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Riverside partners with local church to help fight city’s homeless problem

SB County Helps Homeless Vets

With the help of a local church and members of the business community, Riverside is upping its efforts to eliminate homelessness in the city. Mayor Rusty Bailey and members of the public and private sector last month held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Grove Village, a four-house complex on the grounds …

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Courthouse to reopen full-time

Lawsuits Settled

More than six years after it closed due to budget reasons, the Corona Courthouse will again be open for business. The building on Buena Vista Avenue next to Corona City Hall is scheduled to reopen Monday, according to a statement released by the Superior Court of California, Riverside County. The …

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Palm Springs bus service to make a comeback

Six months after it went away, the BUZZ is back in Palm Springs. The popular bus service is scheduled to return to its original route beginning Jan. 10, according to its new operator, the regional Sunline Transit Agency. Buses will run from noon to 10 p.m. Thursday through Sunday, every …

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Federal grants will help low, moderate income residents

Moreno Valley is accepting applications for grants that will help low to moderate-income residents. City officials expects to receive about $2 million in Community Development Block Grant funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, according to a statement on the city’s website. Moreno Valley also anticipates getting …

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