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Inland industrial market immune to pandemic

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The Inland Empire industrial market continued to post strong numbers during the fourth quarter. Vacancy during the last three months of 2020 was 3.1 percent, down from 3.6 percent in the third quarter and 4.6 percent year-over-year, according to a report released by Voit Real Estate Services. That increase, impressive …

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Medical clinic changes to change locations

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A neurology clinic in Murrieta will move within the city later this year. Innovative Neurology has purchased a 1,800-square-foot retail office building at 24671 Monroe Ave. and will move into the building once renovations are finished, said Scott Forest, a senior vice president with WestMar Commercial Real Estate in Temecula. …

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Sprouts to open its first Moreno Valley store

Sprouts Famers Market is coming to Moreno Valley. The store,  the chain’s first in the city, will be at The District commercial project, according to a statement on the city’s website. Construction is scheduled to start this summer, with the store expected to open in 2022.  “We’re very pleased that …

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Apple Valley tightens regulations on street vendors

Apple Valley has adopted regulations regarding street vendors, measures designed to comply with town zoning regulations, and county healthy requirements. “We want to help protect all of Apple Valley’s current business owners who have fought tirelessly to ensure their doors stay open,” said Mayor Curt Emick in a statement. “This …

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County needs more COVID-19 vaccine

Riverside County is not getting nearly enough COVID-19 vaccine. More than 700,000 county residents are eligible to receive the vaccine, yet the county has gotten only 114,000 doses, according to a statement on the county’s website. Nearly 80 percent of those doses have gone to hospitals, physicians, clinics, and pharmacies, …

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UCR readies for return to in-person instruction

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UC Riverside is preparing to reopen this fall with mostly in-person instruction, a school official announced recently. “Announcing that we will be predominantly in-person in the fall provides a ray of hope for all of us that we can get through this pandemic and begin seeing some normality return to …

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