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El Rico Pollo is an authentic family-owned Peruvian gem

Peruvian cuisine is not easy to find in the Inland Empire.  It isn’t even that easy to find in Southern California, even with the significant influence of Latin American Culture in our region.  Perhaps it is because the food is so unique. Fortunately, San Bernardino has a family-owned Peruvian restaurant …

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Workshop to discuss Nicholson Park to be held Aug. 26

The City of San Bernardino has announced a public workshop later this month to give the community an opportunity to share what they would like to see in Nicholson Park. The nearly 10 acre park currently has 2 baseball diamonds, a basketball court, playground area for small children, restrooms and …

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SBPD provide details in officer involved shooting

The San Bernardino Police Department issued a statement of facts in a Facebook post following the officer involved shooting of a 13 year old last week. According to the post by the department on Thursday, August 5, 2021, at approximately 1:52 p.m., the San Bernardino Police Department dispatch center received …

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Tips for keeping your pets cool in a heat wave

The heat wave that is roasting Inland Southern California is expected to peak mid-week and then start to ease off into the weekend according to regional and national forecasters. A post on Twitter by the National Weather Service Los Angeles office read, “Very Hot Conditions through Wednesday over much of …

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San Bernardino places in Top 10 for National Water Conservation Challenge

This past spring, Mayor John Valdivia and the City of San Bernardino participated in the Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation. My Water Pledge is a friendly competition between cities across the US to see who can be the most “water-wise.” Mayors nationwide challenge their residents to conserve water, …

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The Little Dragon, traditional Chinese dishes at a reasonable price

San Bernardino has a long history of Chinese immigration going back to 1867 according to our history books.  While there isn’t much culinary history going back that far, we have always enjoyed great Chinese Restaurants, especially when Bing’s Famous Cathay Inn opened in 1963 on Highland Avenue by Bing and …

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Chick-Fil-A donates $25,000 to support child hunger

The popular restaurant chain, Chick-fil-A recently presented Feeding America Riverside | San Bernardino (FARSB) with a $25,000 dollar grant. The donation was given in honor of a new Chick-fil-A restaurant that opened recently in Yucaipa. According to FARSB, the grant will help to provide more than 150,000 meals for grab …

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More Sushi! Sushi Train a Nice Little Place

San Bernardino seems to have its fair share of independent sushi restaurants and Sushi Train in the old Target (closed) shopping mall has been in its current location for a number of years serving local residents with sit-down and take out service. Sushi Train is a small location in the …

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Couple charged with involuntary manslaughter in El Dorado fire

Refugio Manuel Jimenez Jr. and Angela Renee Jimenez have been indicted on involuntary manslaughter and 29 other counts stemming from the El Dorado Fire, San Bernardino District Attorney Jason Anderson announced Tuesday. During a press conference, Anderson said the couple had been charged with involuntary manslaughter, three counts of recklessly …

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Blood donations at critical levels

LifeStream Blood Bank, the provider of blood products and services to more than 80 Southern California hospitals, is experiencing a critically low blood supply. Mayor John Valdivia recently put a message out to the community advising them the public of the need for blood donations.  In a video embedded in …

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