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Kaiser Permanente to apply for Murrieta campus

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Kaiser Permanente is moving closer to developing a campus in Murrieta. Officials with the large healthcare provider are preparing to submit a formal application to the city in June, according to a report originally published in The Press-Enterprise. Murrieta officials have also advertised for proposals from consulting firms that might …

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Warehouse project OK’d

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A 400,000-square-foot warehouse-distribution facility in Moreno Valley has been approved. The city council voted 5-0 Tuesday to approve the project, which is being developed by First Industrial, according to report first published by The Press-Enterprise. Council members took that action despite some public opposition to the development and an environmental …

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Housing sales down again

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The local housing market is definitely slowing down. Sales year-to-year were down 13.8 percent in Riverside County and 5.9 percent in San Bernardino County in February, according to DataQuick in San Diego. In Southern California, single-family home sales dropped 12 percent compared with February 2012. A little more than 14,027 …

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More wine country?

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Guidelines for the expansion of the Temecula Valley Wine Country could soon become reality. The Riverside County Board of Supervisors is scheduled vote on the plan during its regular Tuesday meeting, according to a report originally published in The Press-Enterprise. The Temecula Valley Wine Country Community Plan, which has been …

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Mall’s play area gets sponsor

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The children’s play area at Moreno Valley Mall will get a new look in the form of a corporate sponsorship. Raceway Nissan in Riverside has signed a three-year deal that will rename the play area Raceway Nissan Play Area, according to a statement. Besides the name change, the automobile dealership …

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Affordable Care Act gains local momentum

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Obamacare appears to be gaining popularity in the Inland Empire. Nearly 35,000 San Bernardino County residents had signed up for the national health insurance program as of Jan. 31, according to Covered California, the state agency that is administering the federal program. That’s 96 percent of what Covered California had …

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