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Ontario’s fall festival slate on tap

Youth festival scheduled

Ontario’s sixth annual Fall Fest is scheduled to be held Oct. 12 at the Ontario Town Square, in the heart of downtown. The free one-day event will be held from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will feature live music, retail, craft vendors, a petting zoo, pony rides, bumper cars …

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Fall Festival to be held in Victorville

Concert to mark 9/11 attacks

The High Desert’s largest street fair is once again coming to Victorville. The city’s 18th Annual Fall Festival is scheduled to be held from 11:30 a.m to 6:30 p.m. Saturday in front of city hall, 13343 Civic Drive, according to a statement. This year’s opening ceremony will include dedication of …

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Fontana receives state housing grant

Fontana has received a $625,000 grant from the California Housing and Community Development Department, money it will use to speed up housing construction downtown. “We are going to use this grant to address the housing crisis beginning with downtown Fontana,” Mayor Acquanetta  Warren said during a recent news conference announcing …

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Public safety facility to house fire, sheriff’s department

Construction has begun on a public safety facility in Rancho Cucamonga that will be home to a city fire station and a San Bernardino County Sheriff’s substation. The building, at 8870 San Bernardino Road, will house Fire Station 172, according to statement on the city’s website. The current Fire Station …

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Workers get an early jump on census

It’s not yet 2020, but preparations are underway for the 2020 Census. Some workers are canvassing neighborhoods, in the Inland Empire and nationwide, checking addresses for next year’s count, according to a statement posted on San Bernardino County’s website. The census, conducted every 10 years, is important to cities and …

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Survey: Riverside residents really like their city

Survey: Ontario residents like their city

An overwhelming number of Riverside residents take great pride in their city, a survey has found. However, those same residents are concerned about cost of living, traffic and homelessness, with homelessness being a problem many  believe the city hasn’t done enough to fix, according to the 2019 Riverside Community Quality …

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