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Voluntary Fireworks Surrender Day coming April 10

With San Bernardino County facing a dangerous fire season, the San Bernardino County Fire Department (SBCoFD) has increased its vigilance in enforcing state and county firework laws to protect public health and safety. The San Bernardino County Fire Protection District will be holding a Voluntary Fireworks Surrender Day in San …

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Cops Direct donates first aid kits to San Bernardino PD

The police charity, Cops Direct, has donated 100 first aid kits to the San Bernardino Police Department with the goal of saving lives.  Police officers are often the first on scene to violent incidents such as shootings, stabbings and vehicle accidents.  They often are fairly helpless to assist the victims …

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Virtual community workshop planned for Wednesday

San Bernardino will hold online meeting in search for Police Chief

The City of San Bernardino preparing the 2021-2022 Annual Action Plan and they’re asking for residents to weigh in. The AAP is a summary of the actions, activities and specific federal and non-federal resources that will be used to address the needs of the City. Submitted to the US Department …

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Great Family Italian at Alfredo’s Pizza and Pasta

Alfredo’s Pizza and Pasta has been a mainstay in San Bernardino since 1979, and continues today with recently reopened indoor dining, along with take-out and catering available. Billing themselves as “the Inland Empire’s preferred Spaghetti House,” Alfredo’s never disappoints their customers with a various selection of pastas, raviolis, pizzas, sandwiches …

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Just SB Project receives grant from James Irvine foundation for economic inclusion

Senator Bogh secures grant money

The Just San Bernardino Collaborative (Just SB) has announced the award of a $2.7 million grant from the James Irvine Foundation to launch their People’s Plan for Economic Inclusion project. The project aims to engage more than 10,000 residents in San Bernardino over the next year and will address the …

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Rundown to Rehabbed: Reopened Apartments Renew Hope in San Bernardino Neighborhood

The City of San Bernardino welcomed the Grand Opening of the 44-unit Golden California Apartments at 1415 E Date Street in San Bernardino, between Sterling and Del Rosa Avenues yesterday. The complex, which was red-tagged by San Bernardino City Code Enforcement as uninhabitable in March 2020, has been completely refurbished …

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Catalytic Converter Theft Ring Uncovered in San Bernardino

Thanks to quick work by the San Bernardino Police Department, a ring of catalytic converter thieves has been stopped or at least badly damaged.  An attempted traffic stop in the City of San Bernardino led to a chase and ended with the discovery that the vehicle was stolen. Following up …

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Neighborhood pride awards program now accepting nominations

Many home and business owners take real pride in their properties, and the city of San Bernardino has established an award to recognize those who really shine. The Mayor and City Council will be recognizing awardees at their City Council meeting, and will be featured on the city’s website and …

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Over a Year Closed, California to Open Major Amusement Parks, Maybe

The State of California announced last week that major theme parks such as Disneyland, Knotts Berry Farm and Six Flags Magic Mountain will be allowed to open on April 1st, though none plan on doing so. Original state regulations would not have enabled the parks to open until the least …

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Firearms, Use of Force Instructor says officer showed restraint

The family of a man who brandished a gun in a confrontation with a San Bernardino Police Officer after a physical struggle and was shot and killed, has filed suit against the City. Bryan McKenrick, a firearms and use of force instructor who reviewed the video for San Bernardino News …

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