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Tully named Indio police chief

Brian Tully has been appointed Indio police chief. Formerly the department’s assistant chief, Tully has overseen its Field Services Division and helped coordinate traffic and safety measures for the Coachella and Stagecoach Music and Arts Festivals, according to a statement on the city’s website. “Chief Tully is well-equipped to lead …

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Riverside Public Utilities names Garcia interim GM

David A. Garcia has been named interim general manager of Riverside Public Utilities (RPU). Garcia, who has more than 30 years experience in the water industry, replaces Daniel E. Garcia, who has been named executive director of the Southern California Public Power Authority, according to a statement on Riverside’s website. “David …

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ONT stayed strong in March

ONT nearly back to pre-pandemic passenger levels

Ontario International Airport accommodated 557,000 passengers in March, an 11 percent increase from exactly one year earlier. That number was made up of 516,000 domestic travelers and 41,000 International passengers, year-over-year increases of 8.3 percent and 66 percent, according to the Ontario International Airport Authority. During the first three months …

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High Desert Mall to hold job fair

Casino to hold job fair

The Mall of Victor Valley in Victorville will hold a job fair April 25. The event, to be held in conjunction with America’s Job Center of California/ Workforce Development, is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 1 p.m near Barnes & Noble Booksellers and Macy’s. More than 50 businesses and retailers, …

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Moreno Valley buys more electric vehicles

Eastvale lands electric vehicle service center

Moreno Valley has added six Ford E-Transit vans to it fleet of electric vehicles. The city now operates 11 zero-emission vehicles: four Chevy Bolts and seven Ford E-Transits, according to a statement on the city’s website. “Our city continues to lead the charge to build sustainable and environmentally responsible infrastructure,” …

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