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SB County to get snow-removal equipment

San Bernardino County has received $2.5 million from the state to purchase much-needed heavy snow removal equipment. The money, which is part of the state’s 2023-2024 fiscal year budget, will allow Angelus Oaks Forest Falls, both unincorporated communities, to respond more effectively to wildfires, earthquakes, flooding, mudslides, snow, and other …

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Inland manufacturing keeps growing

Manufacturing in Inland Empire

Manufacturing in the Inland Empire kept growing in September, albeit at a relatively slow pace. The region’s purchasing managers index was 51.3 last month, essentially unchanged from August, according to the Institute of Applied Research and Policy Analysis at Cal State San Bernardino. The index has been above 50 for …

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Holiday hiring expected to be down

Anyone looking for a temporary job during the upcoming holiday shopping season might have to look a little harder to find one than in past years. U.S. retailers are expected to add only 410,00 seasonal positions this year, the lowest number since 2008, according to Challenger, Gray & Christmas Inc., …

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Fast-food workers get $20 an hour

Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a bill that guarantees fast-food workers a minimum wage of $20 an hour. The new law, which Newsom made official Sept. 28 during a gathering in Los Angeles, gives California’s fast-food employees the highest guaranteed base pay for that sector of any state, according to …

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Brill promoted by Arrowhead Regional

Dr. John H. Brill has been named chief medical officer at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center. An authority on medical technology, Brill has spent the last two years as Arrowhead Regional’s chief medical information officer, according to a statement. “It’s been a pleasure to be part of the ARMC team these …

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Kennedy named California Cities’ first VP

Lynne Kennedy, Rancho Cucamonga’s mayor pro tem, has been selected first vice president of the League of California Cities board of directors. A lifelong public servant, Kennedy began serving her one-year term Sept. 22, according to a statement released by California Cities. “It is with great honor that I take …

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