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Infill parcel sale means houses for Upland

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A Corona homebuilder has purchased an infill property in Upland where it plans to build 42 single-family homes. Meritage Homes Corp. paid approximately $7.5 million for 10 acres on 19th Street immediately west of North Campus Avenue, said Les Whittlesey, founding principal with WD Land Inc. in Irvine. The seller …

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Top Stories of 2013

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Industrial market carried the Inland Empire in 2013 UC Riverside Medical School, decline in housing foreclosures were among the other major Inland Empire business stories last year, which saw the region continue its slow but steady recovery from the recession A booming industrial market, a first-ever medical school, a drop …

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Study: more Medicaid means more emergency room visits

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Use of emergency rooms will go up after Medicaid is expanded to cover millions more U.S. residents. A study, published this week in the journal Science, found that emergency room visits went up 40 percent in Oregon in 2008, when some low-income residents in the state gained Medicaid coverage through …

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New store for Stater Bros.

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Stater Bros. will move into the site of a former Vons store in Hemet. The new store, at 3125 W. Florida Ave., will replace a smaller Stater Bros. store across the street at the corner of Sanderson and Florida avenues, according to a Stater Bros. release. The location, in the …

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Norco names top council positions

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The Norco City Council has selected its leadership for the upcoming year. Counciliman Berwin Hanna was selected mayor in a unanimous vote and Councilman Herb Higgins was named mayor pro-tem in a four-person vote from which Higgins himself abstained, according to a report that originally appeared in The Press-Enterprise. Both …

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City recognizes top employees

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Nearly one dozen city of Redlands employees were honored recently for outstanding service to the community. Recipients were nominated by their peers, and the winners were chosen by a committee whose members were from agencies other than the one the nominee represented, according to a city release. Full-time, part-time and …

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