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Riverside names human resources director

Rene Goldman has been named Riverside’s human resources director. A Riverside employee since 2016, Goldman began her new position Sept. 28,  according to a statement on the city’s website. She has been the interim human resources director since Aug. 24. She replaced Stephanie Holloman, who took a job with the …

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SB County suffers setback in COVID-19 battle

San Bernardino County has failed to reach the state’s red-tier designation regarding COVID-19, which would have lifted some restrictions on some businesses, especially restaurants and bars. Earlier this week, the county expressed confidence that it would move from the purple tier, the most restrictive designation, to the red tier. On …

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Car wash leases parcel near Mills

A self-service car wash has leased a 30,000 square-foot parcel near Ontario Mills. Fast5Xpress will set up shop on the property near the junction of Interstates 10 and 15, according to Progressive Real Estate Partners in a statement. Evergreen Devco in Glendale is the property owner. Financial details of the …

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UCR opens campus COVID-19 test site

UC Riverside students and employees may now get tested for COVID-19 on campus. The university has set up a diagnostic lab in the Multidisciplinary Research Building that can conduct about 600 tests a day, with results available within 24 hours, according to a statement on the university’s website. Researchers from …

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High Desert survey to be released

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As many as 10,000 people are expected to tune in to a livestream of the High Desert survey, an assessment of the region conducted last year. The presentation, on YouTube and Facebook, is scheduled to air 11 a.m Oct. 4, according to a statement. The presentation will be moderated by Joseph …

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SB County close to red-tier reopening status

San Bernardino County is “very close” to reaching the state’s “red tier,” which will allow more businesses to reopen while the battle against COVID-19 continues. The county is now in the purple category, meaning hair salons, barbershops, nail salons, and elementary schools with waivers can operate indoors, according to a …

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