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Hawaiian Airlines to fly from ONT

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Hawaiian Airlines will begin flying round-trip flights between Ontario International Airport and Honolulu this spring. The flights between Ontario International and Daniel K. Inouye International Airport will happen five times a week beginning March 16 and 17, according to a statement on the airport’s website. “We’re excited to be able …

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Apple Valley shuts down animal shelter

Apple Valley has closed its animal shelter through the end of the year. The shutdown, effective Dec. 5, means animal control officers “will respond to emergencies only, including injured or stray animals, cruelty and neglect complaints, bite complaints and dangerous and aggressive dog complaints,” according to a statement on the …

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Riverside food maker buys larger facility

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A food manufacturer has bought a high-tech food production facility in Perris. RM5 Holdings, LLC, an entity of Jimenez Foods Inc., paid $8.09 million for the building at 20343 Harvill Ave., according to Avison Young. The seller, represented by Avison Young, was a pet food manufacturer whose name was not …

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Stater Bros. reinstates wage hike

Stater Bros. has reinstated its $2-an-hour wage increase for all of its hourly employees. The pay hike will be in place for three weeks starting with the work periods that began Sunday and Monday, according to a statement. It applies to workers in stores, distribution, transportation, corporate offices, and construction. …

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Maker of auto suspension products expands to Perris

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A Lake Elsinore company that makes automotive suspension products has purchased an industrial building in Perris. Carli Suspension plans to use the building at 3468 Webster Ave. for manufacturing, according to Avison Young Ontario, which represented the company in the sale negotiation. The seller, KSN Holdings, Inc., was represented by …

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Tribal grant to pay for health center at CGU

Claremont Graduate University has received a $14 million grant from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. The gift, scheduled to be announced Tuesday, will be used to buy the 23,000-square-foot Huntley Bookstore in the heart of the Claremont Colleges and convert the 50-year-old building into a health research center,  …

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