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Cardenas Markets teams up with Instacart

Cardenas Markets has partnered with Instacart, the popular grocery home-delivery business. Patrons of the Ontario-based Hispanic grocery store chain may access the service by visiting, according to a statement. Delivery fees start at $3.99 for same-day orders. Members of Instacart Express receive reduced fees and unlimited free deliveries on orders …

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Riverside stops residential street sweeping

Riverside has temporarily stopped street-sweeping services in residential areas, a result of  Gov. Gavin Newson’s regional “stay-at-home” order. Also, enforcement of parking violations related to street-sweeping have been suspended, according to a statement on the city’s website. Enforcement of other parking violations will also be relaxed. For example, vehicles parked …

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Stater Bros. extends raise for hourly workers

Stater Bros. has extended the $2-per-hour raise it gave to all of its hourly employees earlier this month. The extension, which will start Dec. 27 and last for at least two weeks, applies to all hourly workers in stores, distribution facilities, transportation, corporate offices, and construction, according to a statement. …

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Progressive Real Estate named mall’s leasing agent

Third-party logistics company lands in Fontana

Progressive Real Estate Partners has been placed in charge of leasing at Corona Hills Plaza in Corona. Tenants at the 489,000-square-foot regional shopping center at McKinley Avenue next to the 91 Freeway include Costco, Home Depot, 99 Ranch Market, Ross, TJ Maxx, Big 5, and Home Depot, according to a …

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2020 will forever be remembered as the year of COVID-19

The pandemic dominated the local news, but there were other stories. Ontario International welcomed new service and a new FedEx facility, the High Desert got a close examination from some of its residents, Riverside got a new mayor and Montclair revealed a major renovation plan for its struggling shopping mall. …

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CSUSB raises money for scholarships

Cal State San Bernardino raised $61,000 for student scholarships in a one-day campaign conducted this month. Held Dec. 1, Giving Tuesday will provide 50 students with $1,000 stipends for the 2021-2022 academic year, according to a statement on the school’s website. This year’s campaign exceeded expectations by $11,000. “I am …

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