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UCR Med School students get a free ride … with a catch

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Two students in the inaugural class at the University of California, Riverside’s School of Medicine are studying for free. In exchange for having their tuition waived, Jonathan Pham and Jennifer Han will have to remain in the Inland Empire for at least five years after they complete their studies and …

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Local neurosurgeon receives award

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An Inland neurosurgeon has been honored for his work with stroke victims. Dr. Javed Siddiqi was named the winner of the Palm Springs Stroke Recovery Center’s annual Ann Angel Award, according to a statement. Siddiqi, who is head of neurosurgery at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center in Colton and Riverside County …

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Disney’s Merida is skating into the IE

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Disney on Ice will be presenting its new live production, Rockin’ Ever After at Citizens Business Bank Arena December 25th through December 29th. The show brings with it not only local entertainment, but an economic boost to the surrounding hospitality businesses. With holiday sales forecasted to be only three to …

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SB County OK’s affordable housing project

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The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors has approved plans for a 190-unit affordable housing community in Bloomington that will include a new branch library and a community center. The $34 million project will be built in two phases near the intersection of Valley Boulevard and Locust Avenue, with infrastructure …

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Inland industrial market will only get stronger in 2014

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E-commerce and a healthier job market will help the market, which is expected to add 60 million square feet of space next year, according to brokers. Don’t look for the Inland Empire’s industrial market to slow down next year. If anything, the region’s industrial sector could get even hotter than …

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New Inland city might not stay a city

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Two and a half years after it became a city, Jurupa Valley will soon begin to disincorporate. City Manager Stephen Harding announced during Wednesday’s city council meeting that council members will be asked during their next meeting to begin work on the disincorporation process, according to a report originally published …

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