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Live Large, adopt a big dog at the San Bernardino Animal Shelter

October is “Subaru Loves Pets” Month – Adopt A Pet Today

The San Bernardino Animal Shelter is teaming up with twenty other pet agencies in Southern California and the Best Friends Animal Society for the “Live Large – Adopt a Big Dog” campaign from January 15 to 31. Through the end of January, adoptions for dogs weighing over 40 pounds will …

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Sixteen nonprofits receive grants from Black Equity Initiative

Sixteen nonprofits receive grants from Black Equity Initiative

Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Black Equity Initiative of the Inland Empire (BEI-IE) announced $740,000 to 16 nonprofits in the first round of grants from the IE Black Equity Fund. These grants will provide resources and capacity-building support to Black-led organizations working to end systemic racism as well …

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Volunteers Needed for January 27 Homeless Point-In-Time Count

Volunteers Needed for January 27 Homeless Point-In-Time Count

The City of San Bernardino is asking members of the community to volunteer for the annual homeless point-in-time count on Thursday, January 27, from 5:30 am to 10:00 am at the San Manuel Stadium parking lot, home of the San Bernardino 66ers, located at 280 South “E” Street. “The point-in-time …

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DA plans to prosecute smash and grab robberies

DA plans to prosecute smash and grab robberies

The San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office is sending a strong message to deter further smash and grab robberies by building a significant case with multiple felonies and enhancements against a group of individuals who have committed a series of these crimes. On January 4, 2022, the San Bernardino County …

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Adult winter leagues begin this month

Adult winter leagues begin this month

If you are one of the many people looking to lose a few pounds after the holidays or the weight put on by coronavirus lockdowns, you are giving that New Year’s resolution to get in shape after all one more try, the City of San Bernardino is rolling out some …

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Donate blood for a chance to win Super Bowl tickets from LifeStream

Donate blood for a chance to win Super Bowl tickets from LifeStream

One of the many side effects of the coronavirus response by government and health officials has been the disruption of many typical and standard medical practices.  Many of the preventative or maintenance items in health care have been shunted to the wayside in these unusual times.  The blood bank industry …

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City to address road damage from recent storms

City to address road damage from recent storms

The San Bernardino Public Works department is working overtime to repair roads damaged by the recent onslaught from Mother Nature. The heavy rains that hit San Bernardino last week have created many potholes on streets throughout the city. In response, Public Works is working to inspect streets and fill potholes …

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Visual Interpretations of African Art Exhibit Opening Jan. 14

San Bernardino County Museum

A new art exhibit is coming to the San Bernardino County Museum. Contradictions – Bringing the Past Forward© by artist Barbara Gothard, will be on display from Jan. 14 through Apr. 10, 2022. The exhibit is a research-based multimedia arts and humanities project consisting of mixed media installation works, and …

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Loma Linda University Health celebrates fifth anniversary of San Bernardino Campus

Loma Linda University Health celebrates fifth anniversary of San Bernardino Campus

Members of the community and leaders from Loma Linda University Health commemorated the fifth anniversary of its San Bernardino community clinic and health professional college campus earlier this month. The anniversary was celebrated with stories of some of the 700 patients served daily and 500 graduates of the college since …

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State housing market stays strong

State housing market stays strong

California’s housing market remained strong in November, despite its perennial problem of not enough houses being built, according to the California Association of Realtors. Sales of existing, single-family homes totaled 454,450 last month, up 4.7 percent from October but down 10.7 percent year-over-year, the association reported. Statewide, the median home …

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