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Report: home prices grow, but at a slower rate

Seven Inland Empire multifamily properties change hands

U.S. home prices grew 4.4 percent in February, the 133rd consecutive month that housing prices grew year-over-year. However, that was the slowest rate of 12-month growth since before the pandemic, with most of the slowdown happening in California and other western states, Irvine-base CoreLogic reported today The February data included …

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Report: IE manufacturing is back on track

Manufacturing in Inland Empire

The Inland Empire’s manufacturing sector is back on solid ground. The two-county region’s purchasing managers index was 59.2 in March, a major improvement from the 50.8 recorded in February, the Institute of Applied Research and Policy Analysis at Cal State San Bernardino reported today. More important, March was the third …

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Morongo tribe begins ground-air ambulance service

Morongo tribe donates $6.5 million to hospital

The Morongo Band of Mission Indians has launched a ground ambulance and medical helicopter that will serve the Morongo reservation and communities across San Gorgonio Pass. The project – a partnership between the tribe and Global Medical Response, REACH Air Medical Services, and American Medical Response – is the first …

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Victorville selects fire chief

David Foster has been named Victorville’s fire chief. Foster, who has more than 40 years of experience in fire prevention service, is scheduled to start work on April 3, according to a statement on the city’s website. Most recently, Foster served as chief of the Village Fire Department near Houston, …

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Sharp joins PREP

Heather Sharp has joined Progressive Real Estate Partners as its vice president of retail sales and leasing. Sharp will help that brokerage make inroads into the Coachella Valley real estate market, an area she has concentrated on for more than 20 years, according to a statement on Progressive’s website. “We …

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