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New administrators at community college district

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The San Bernardino Community College District has named four new managers to its administrative staff. Alfredo Cruz has been named general manager of KVCR TV-FM, Pierre Galvez is now the district’s chief of police, Jose F. Torres is director of fiscal services and Lawrence Strong is now the district’s director …

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Corona could land Sonic

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Sonic Drive-In is working on plans to develop a restaurant in Corona. If that happens, Corona would be one of the few cities in Riverside County with one of the popular drive-in restaurants, according to a report originally published in The Press-Enterprise. City officials have been trying to lure Sonic …

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Medical center CEO named to prestigious list

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Ruthita J. Fike, chief executive officer at Loma Linda University Medical Center, has been named one of the “130 Women Hospital and Health System Leaders to Know” for 2013 by Becker’s Hospital Review. That publication, which covers the business and legal aspects of the U.S.hospital industry, recently recognized the top …

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Partisan gridlock is hurting the economic recovery, says economist

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The U.S. economy will remain sluggish as long as the federal government continues to send mixed signals to the business community, according to a leading Southern California economist. Chris Thornberg, a founding partner with Beacon Economics LLC in Los Angeles, said neither political party is addressing the nation’s long-term economic …

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Upland decides to get healthy

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Three of Upland’s largest employers are banding together to try to make the city a healthier place to live. The city of Upland, Upland Unified School District and San Antonio Community Hospital are working on Healthy Upland, a program that will encourage residents to take advantage of health-related programs, according …

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Federal shutdown barely touches Inland region

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The Inland Empire economy took only a mild hit at best during the recent 16-day shutdown of the federal government, but businesses in the two-county region might be more cautious because of the closure. There are about 20,000 federal employees in Riverside and San Bernardino counties, including roughly 6,000 that …

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