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Race car school to come to Auto Club Speedway

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A business that will allow people to experience the thrill of driving a race car at top speeds is coming to the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana. Speedway officials and Exotics Racing in Las Vegas have reached a joint agreement to open an Exotics Racing driving school at the speedway, …

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Long-awaited hospital opens

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Temecula Valley Hospital held its grand opening ceremony October 14. Darlene Wetton, the hospital’s chief executive officer, unveiled the entry sign on the edge of Temecula Parkway, according to a report originally published in The Press-Enterprise. That sparked a celebration of honking car horns and cheers from a crowd of hospital …

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High Desert medical building underway

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Construction has begun on a medical office building at the Kaiser Permanente facility in Victorville. The facility, called High Desert Medical Offices 2, will cover 8,700 square feet next to the healthcare provider’s facility at 14011 Park Ave., according to a report originally published in the Victorville Daily Press. The …

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Retailers look for solid holiday sales growth, but not a boom year

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  A shaky economy and a short shopping season are keeping expectations down, and seasonal hiring is expected to match last year’s numbers      Will 2013 turn out out to be a not-so-merry Christmas for U.S. retailers, another solid but unspectacular shopping season like the past few years have …

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Inland region to stay capital of large industrial projects

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The Inland Empire is already the king of “big-box” industrial projects, and that trend will only continue for the next 10 years or so. That was the consensus of a panel of industrial real estate experts who spoke Wednesday at a seminar on the evolution of large warehouse- distribution projects. …

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Company to bring manufacturing jobs back to Inland Empire

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Trident Case, an Ontario company that makes metal cases used to protect iPhones, iPads and other electronic devices, is moving some of its manufacturing operation from China back to the Inland Empire. Trident Case has bought a 42,000-square-foot facility at 9076 Hyssop Drive in Rancho Cucamonga and will transfer up …

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