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State is offering business tax credits

SB County Businesses Get Tax Credits

Applications are being accepted for the California Competes Tax Credit, an income tax credit designed to keep businesses in California and help them grow. The current application period began July 27 and is scheduled to last through Aug. 17, according to a statement. There are approximately $180 million in tax credits …

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MSJC to help train mechanics

Starting this fall, Mt. San Jacinto College will offer an automotive apprenticeship program. Some local automobile maintenance and repair businesses have expressed interest in helping students who are interested in working as automobile mechanics according to a statement on the community college’s website. “The apprenticeship [program] provides a vital supplement …

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Stater Bros. names VP of IT

Gil Salazar has been named Stater Bros. Markets’ senior vice president of information technology. A member of the supermarket chain’s executive leadership team, which sets company policy, Salazar will oversee Stater Bros.’ shift to digital technology, according to a statement on the company’s website. Salazar has more than 30 years …

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Wright resigns from Hemet council

In a surprise move, Bonnie Wright has resigned from the Hemet City Council. A council member since 2012, Wright on Tuesday resigned from the council and from the Eastern Municipal Water District, where she was grants and loans manager, according to reports. In a letter to the city manager, Wright …

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ONT to resume two suspended flights

OIA traffic up

Two major routes at Ontario International Airport that were suspended earlier this year because of COVID-19 are being reinstated. On Aug. 3, United Airlines will resume its daily nonstop service between Ontario International and George Bush Intercontinental Airport, according to a statement posted on the airport’s website. Eight days later, …

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