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SBPOA President Declares Support for Repeal of Proposition 47

SBPOA President Declares Support for Repeal of Proposition 47

Questions related to the leak of closed-session information also of concern. In a recent interview on a local radio station, (KMET-1490 San Bernardino/Riverside ABC News Station), the San Bernardino Police Officers Association President, Sergeant Jon Plummer, made a significant declaration. He expressed his organization’s unwavering support for the repeal of …

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San Bernardino County Museum to hold first-ever transportation event

San Bernardino County Museum to hold first-ever transportation event

The San Bernardino County Museum is gearing up to host their first-ever On the Move: All Things That Go! event Saturday, May 25 and Sunday May 26, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the San Bernardino County Museum in Redlands. On the Move: All Things That Go! is a …

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San Bernardino makes list of worst cities for health care

SAC Health acquires former Wells Fargo building on Brier

Location matters when it comes to health. San Bernardino, one of California’s largest geographical cities, has made the top 10 worst cities for health care, coming in at number 6, behind places like Detroit and Memphis according to WalletHub’s report published April 1. The “Healthiest and Unhealthiest Cities in America” …

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St. John’s Community Health to hold free community event

St. John's Community Health to hold free community event

St. John’s Community Health is entering their 60th year of health care in Southern California and they are kicking off the celebrations by holding a free community event at their newest clinic in San Bernardino. Open to the public, this free event will feature food, games, activities for kids, and …

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San Bernardino County to begin Phase IV of Santa Ana River Trail expansion

San Bernardino County to begin Phase IV of Santa Ana River Trail expansion

Residents and visitors alike will soon be able to recreate on the Santa Ana River Trail (SART) from Redlands to Huntington Beach. The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors announced last week that work on the first extension of the SART Phase IV-A project will begin shortly. This section of the trail …

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Women’s Giving Fund Awards $50,000 in grants

Women’s Giving Fund Awards $50,000 in grants

Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) has awarded a total of $45,000 between three nonprofits from its Women’s Giving Fund (WGF). The 2024 Woman of Achievement, Dr. Gwen Dowdy-Rodgers, Trustee of the San Bernardino County Board of Education, also received $5,000 for the charity of her choice that serves women in the …

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Sixteen arrests made during DUI checkpoint

The San Bernardino Police Department announced 16 arrests and 49 citations were made during a DUI checkpoint held on April 26. One driver was arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) and another 15 drivers were arrested for operating a vehicle unlicensed or with a suspended/revoked license. The DUI checkpoint was …

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County approves contract for Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return Program

County approves contract for Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return Program

The Board of Supervisors approved a contract that will provide spaying/neutering of cats and dogs owned by residents within unincorporated areas of the county as well as the spaying/neutering and vaccination of community cats via a mobile service. The contract will result in The PAW Mission partnering with other contractors …

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San Bernardino County Museum seeking new volunteers

San Bernardino County Museum

Are you interested in history, art, science or culture? The San Bernardino County Museum is currently seeking new volunteers to assist with visitor services, special events, educational tours and conducting research in the archives. A volunteer can be anyone 15 years of age or older that can commit to a …

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Thirty-one Latino organizations receive grant funding

Community College District receives grants to expand career training

The Cultivating Inland Empire Latino Opportunity, or, CIELO Fund at the Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) announced last week 31 Inland Empire Latino-led and serving organizations have been awarded grant funds totaling $360,000. “We are proud to continue uplifting and investing in Latino community game-changers who are making immeasurable contributions …

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