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IE business activity plummets

Business activity in the Inland Empire dropped 26.5 percent in the second quarter, as COVID-19 and the severe public restrictions that accompanied it delivered a gut punch to the region’s economy. “The second quarter’s dismal numbers are largely the result of rigid health-mandated closures and restrictions, which began in the …

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Baca accepts veterans’ award

Moreno Valley city council member Victoria Baca recently accepted an award on behalf of the city from the Southwest Veterans’ Business Resources Center. The “Skin In The Game” award is presented to cities that consistently show support for veteran-owned businesses, according to a statement on the city’s website. “Moreno Valley …

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Horton joins American Business Bank

K. Brian Horton has joined American Business Bank as a senior advisor. The former president of California United Bank and 1st Business Bank, Horton will help American Business Bank with strategic issues, work with clients, and develop new clients, according to a statement. “I am so pleased to be associated …

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Highland shopping center sold

A Highland shopping center with no anchor tenant has been sold. Highland Civic Center Plaza was purchased by a private investor in Los Angeles whose name was not released for $1.2 million, according to a statement released by Progressive Real Estate Partners in Rancho Cucamonga. The owner was an Inland …

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Corona industrial building fetches nearly $4 million

Avison Young Ontario has completed the sale of a 22,547-square-foot industrial building in Corona. The structure, at 1160 California Ave., sold for $3.98 million, according to a statement. The seller was a private party whose name was not released. The buyer was Sierra Way Industrial Partners LLC, a Redlands investment …

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Omnitrans makes service changes

Omnitrans, the largest public transit agency in San Bernardino County, has begun several service changes, including new, realigned, and eliminated routes. A small pilot project has also started, and some service that was cut back because of COVID-19 has been restored, according to a statement on the transit agency’s website. …

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