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Some Inland small businesses air their grievances

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Riverside Councilman and Congressional candidate Steve Adams conducts a listening tour of small businesses and learns what he already knew: businesses believe they’re over taxed and have to deal with too much regulation. Riverside City Councilman Steve Adams, candidate in the 41st U.S. Congressional district, toured 10 small businesses in …

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Man sentenced in wire fraud scheme

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A man who ran a wire fraud operation out of a Coachella Valley home has been sentenced to 51 months in prison. Steven Pitchersky 65, used a mortgage financing scheme to steal $5.3 million from Ally Financial Inc. in Detroit, according to a report published in The Press-Enterprise. Pitchersky pleaded …

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Southwest Riverside County is the place for growth

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Lake Elsinore was the fastest-growing city in California with a population of 50,000 or more between 2012 and 2013, having grown 3.3 percent during that time, according to a report published by The Press-Enterprise. Two other cites in Southwest Riverside County – Temecula and Menifee – were among the 10 …

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On The Move

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Actress Lynda Carter, best known as the star of the TV show “Wonder Woman” in the 1970s, has received a star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars. Carter, who received her star a week ago Saturday, was the 369th person to be so honored, according to a report in …

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On The Move

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Dr. Robert Williams, a 1959 graduate of Chaffey High School, has been named the 2014 Tiger of the Year by the Board of Directors of the school’s alumni association. Williams is a Distinguished Research Scholar with the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore and is the institute’s former director, a …

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San Bernardino Charter Reform Oblivion

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Leadership requires many virtues. The first and foremost of those is competence, or at least the public perception of it. Apparently, that quality is severely diminished in the bankrupt City of San Bernardino. The Mayor and City Council, who are for the most part new to the jobs and should …

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