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Riverside accepts donation of 50,000 masks

Riverside Mayor Rusty Bailey recently accepted 50,000 masks from the Taiwanese-American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Los Angeles. The masks will go to the city’s Emergency Operations Center and will serve as a back-up supply in the city’s battle against COVID-19, according to a statement on the city’s website. The …

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EZER is getting a boost from COVID-19


The Pomona-based company based on UBER – except it moves freight instead of people – has helped move emergency medical supplies during the pandemic, according to Glenn Todd, its founder, and owner, and Gary Wlassak, its chief operating officer. EZER – a Hebrew word that means “to save” and “to …

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PBS program to profile ONT

The resurgence of Ontario International Airport during the past four years is the subject of a PBS program that will air next month. “The Travel Detective with Peter Greenberg” will examine how Ontario International has added flights and upgraded its facilities since Ontario assumed its ownership from Los Angeles World …

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CARES Act to pay for work training program

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors has approved a $4 million program designed to help unemployed residents get work training. Pathways to Employment will provide adult participants paid stipends and other support services and will be overseen by the county’s Housing, Homelessness Prevention and Workforce Solutions office, according to a …

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Samario named Menifee PIO

Dominique Samario has been named Menifee’s first public information officer. Previously the public information officer in Santa Barbara and Goleta, Samario began work Aug. 17, according to a statement on the city’s website  She will oversee Menifee’s communications, governmental relations, and community engagement efforts while serving as the city’s spokesperson …

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CSUSB faculty member wins award

Terri Nelson, a professor of French at Cal State San Bernardino, has been awarded Cal State University’s Innovation and Leadership award. One of 25 Cal State faculty to receive the award, Nelson was recognized for her “innovative approach to curricular and faculty development,” according to a statement on Cal State …

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