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ONT tops last pre-pandemic year

ONT nearly back to pre-pandemic passenger levels

Ontario International has apparently recovered from the pandemic. The airport handled more than 5.7 million passengers in 2022, topping 2019 – the last pre-pandemic year – by 2.8 percent, according to data released Thursday. More than 90,000 tons of freight and mail passed through the airport last year, outperforming 2019 …

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Temecula to give out $1.1 million in grants

Temecula will distribute 1.1 million in grants this year to charities that exclusively help Temecula residents. The money will be distributed through Community Service Funding-Reinvestment in Temecula, the city’s competitive grant program, according to the statement website. In November, the city council approved $5,000 to $50,000 grants to 49 non-profits …

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SBIA tallies first commercial passengers

Nearly 20,000 passengers flew in and out of San Bernardino International Airport last year on the airport’s first commercial carrier. Breeze Airways began daily nonstop flights between San Bernardino and San Francisco International Airport Aug, 4, and reached that passenger count by the end of November, according to a statement …

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SB County to add I-10 express lanes

The San Bernardino County Transportation Authority will spend $2.8 million to help add express lanes on Interstate 10. The project will widen an 11-mile stretch between the Interstate 10/Interstate 15 interchange and Pepper Street, according to a statement released today. One express lane will be added in each direction, along …

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MoVay gets federal funds to battle homelessness

Cal State University San Bernardino receives grant money

Moreno Valley has received $2 million in federal money that it will use to fight its homeless problem. The funding, part of the consolidated appropriations bill signed by President Biden last month, will help pay for the Homeless to Work and MoVal Emergency Shelter/Rapid Rehousing programs, according to a statement …

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