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Frontier Airlines to increase ONT flights

Frontier Airlines will increase its flights from Ontario International Airport beginning next year. Starting Feb. 11, the Denver-based carrier will add service twice daily to Phoenix, Sacramento, San Francisco, and Chicago, according to a statement posted on the airport’s website. The Phoenix flights will increase to four a day in …

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Bloomington service station, convenience store sold

A Shell service station and a Circle K convenience store in Bloomington have changed ownership. The freestanding businesses at 2128 S. Riverside Ave. were sold for $6.2 million to a private investor in Riverside County who operates ARCO stations throughout California, according to Progressive Real Estate Partners in Rancho Cucamonga. …

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State housing affordability drops

“Underwater” Home Decline

Housing affordability in California dropped to its lowest point in two years during the third quarter, according to the California Association of Realtors. Double-digit prices increases and a lack of homes for sale meant only 28 percent of the state’s potential home buyers could afford the median price of $693,680, …

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UCR joins smartphone/COVID-19 program

UC Riverside is participating in a COVID-19 exposure notification system. The program worked well when it was tested on two University of California campuses early this fall and is being expanded to five more UC campuses, including UC Riverside, according to a statement on the school’s website. The effort uses …

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ONT: passengers down, cargo up

OIA Passenger, Cargo Count Both Up

Nearly 218,000 air travelers passed through Ontario International Airport last month, a year-over-year drop of 55 percent, according to data. As bad as that number is, it’s not all bad: October was the sixth consecutive month that passenger volume at Ontario International increased, the Ontario International Airport Authority reported. Domestic …

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SB County receives new COVID treatment

A new antibody treatment that could decrease hospital time for people infected with COVID-19 will be distributed to hospitals and skilled nursing facilities in San Bernardino County. The U.S. government paid for the distribution of 484 units of Bamlanivimab to the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health, according to …

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