Saturday , January 29 2022

Community

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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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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Volunteers needed for annual point-in-time count

Volunteers needed for annual point-in-time count

San Bernardino County’s annual Point-In-Time Count (PITC) of unsheltered homeless individuals will be conducted on Jan. 27. The County is searching for volunteers to canvass the county’s cities, towns and unincorporated communities to count, survey and assist the county’s homeless population. The PITC is critical to secure government and private …

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