Saturday , July 2 2022

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Police conduct successful John operation

In another sign of resurgent and pro-active policing in San Bernardino the police department on Thursday, April 15, released details of a recent operation aimed at curbing prostitution as an economist might say from the demand side of the equation. According to a press release from the department: “On Tuesday, …

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Meiga Best Sushi House; Fresh Sushi at a Fair Price

We know that sushi is an acquired taste for many folks, but it has been growing in popularity in Southern California for years.  San Bernardino now has at least seven restaurants specializing in the Japanese dish and we look forward to visiting each one over the coming months. Meiga Sushi …

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Detectives ask public for help in homicide investigation

San Bernardino Police Detectives are conducting a homicide investigation following a shooting that occurred on last Friday. After receiving reports of a shooting, officers were dispatched to the 700 block of N. Terrace Road where they found a teenage boy, Diego Duran, 18 years old in a vehicle.  Medical personnel …

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Mayor Challenges Residents to Join Water Conservation Effort

Mayor John Valdivia is urging San Bernardino residents to join in a friendly, nation-wide competition between cities for water conservation through the Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation. The annual challenge, held throughout the month of April, is a nonprofit community service campaign that encourages residents to make a …

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FEMA now has a funeral assistance program for COVID-19 Deaths

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has classified COVID-19 as a disaster.  This gives FEMA authority to provide assistance to families to help with expenses occurring from death related to COVID-19. This is possible under the Coronavirus Response and Relief Appropriations Act of 2021 and the American Rescue Plan. FEMA …

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High Winds in San Bernardino – How to Prepare

San Bernardino and Riverside Counties are no stranger to high wind advisories and this week was no exception. The National Weather Service said the two-county region would experience sustained winds of 20-30 miles per hour and gusts of up to 55 miles per hour. While this is not the most …

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Lucy’s Mexican Restaurant, Decades of Great Food

If you are a native of San Bernardino, family-owned and operated Lucy’s Mexican Restaurant on Sierra Way above 40th Street should be on your list of regulars.  Our family has been patronizing this wonderful Mexican eatery since I was a child. Lucy’s offers great traditional Mexican food that hasn’t changed …

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Human Trafficking Suspect Arrested by SBPD

The San Bernardino Police Department has announced the arrest of a human trafficking suspect. “The San Bernardino Police Department’s Vice Team was contacted by patrol officers regarding a potential human trafficking case. During the investigation, officers identified a victim and her suspected pimp, who was later identified as Sulema Banda. …

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Baseball coming back to San Bernardino

The smell of fresh cut grass, the crack of the bat, the pop of the ball hitting the glove, these are the sights and sounds of baseball memories and they are coming back to life soon in San Bernardino. On May 4 the Inland Empire 66er’s (the home team) will …

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San Bernardino PD now hiring

The San Bernardino Police Department (SBPD) is now hiring. A video just launched on their website touts the very active role the SBPD plays in the city and tries to tempt new recruits with the promise that they will always be busy and will go to a wide variety of …

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