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CSUSB looks to establish international partnership

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Cal State San Bernardino will pursue a partnership with the India Institute of Technology Madras that will strengthen ties between the two institutions. Both entities recently signed a memorandum of understanding that outlines several areas of cooperation between the two, including study-abroad programs, partnerships in academic programs, short-term academic and …

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Southwest Airlines adds nonstop flights from ONT

ONT nearly back to pre-pandemic passenger levels

Southwest Airlines will offer daily nonstop flights from Ontario International Airport to Nashville. The service, scheduled to start June 4, is available for booking at, according to a statement on Ontario International’s website. “Our friends at Southwest Airlines have a wonderful home at Ontario International, and we couldn’t be more …

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Multifamily project planned for Murrieta

An Irving-Texas-based multifamily developer will build an 852-unit apartment complex in Murrieta. JPI has purchased a vacant 31.7-acre parcel at Jefferson Avenue and Murrieta Hot Springs Road for $38 million and will break ground on the project late this year or in early 2024, according to a statement released Oct. …

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Montclair Place signs entertainment tenant

Montclair Place will add a food, game, and entertainment center to its tenant mix. CIM Group, the mall’s owner and operator, has signed a lease with Main Event Entertainment to occupy nearly 52,000 square feet on the ground floor below AMC DINE-IN Montclair Place 12, according to a statement released …

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San Bernardino gets state library grant

Cal State University San Bernardino receives grant money

San Bernardino has received a $6.4 million state grant that will finance an upgrade to the Norman F. Feldheym Central Library. The money, from the California State Library, will pay for energy efficiency and other upgrades at the 64,000-square-foot building at 555 W. 6th St., according to a statement on …

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