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Albertsons Companies joins Nourishing Neighbors campaign

Albertsons participates in Nourishing Neighbors program

During the month of September, Albertsons Companies Foundation is partnering with Feeding America Riverside | San Bernardino (FARSB) to for the annual Nourishing Neighbors campaign. The goal of the campaign is ensure every child has access to a healthy breakfast. Any donations given through Vons, Albertsons, and Pavilions stores in …

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Extreme fire danger closes national forests in California

US Forest Service closes national forests in California due to fire risk

The U.S. Forest Service has announced the closure of all national forests in California until September 17.  The closures are due to the extreme fire danger and according to a press release the decision was made to, “better provide public and firefighter safety due to the ongoing California wildfire crisis.” …

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Firefighting Aircraft Return to San Bernardino International Airport

Firefighting Aircraft Return to San Bernardino International Airport

San Bernardino International Airport (SBD) will host the United States Forest Service’s Airtankers for the 24th year.  In addition to the US Forest Service, SBD also serves multiple agencies during fire season including the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) and contract operators. Wildfire activity has increased …

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San Bernardino Public Library offering free help with homework

San Bernardino Public Library homework help

Now that school is back in session, the San Bernardino Public Library system is once again offering students help with homework. Students from kindergarten to 8th grade can visit any of the library’s four branches or the library’s website to get free homework help from qualified tutors. Help is available …

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First 5 San Bernardino to distribute “Kinder Kits” to area children

First 5 San Bernardino gives free kinder kits

First 5 San Bernardino will be offering free “kinder kits” to local families this weekend. The FREE Back-to-School Kinder Kit event will be held Saturday, August 28, from 10 am – 2 pm, at Ecclesia Christian Fellowship, 1314 E. Date Street in San Bernardino. “Starting Kindergarten is a very exciting …

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City finalizes agreement for redevelopment of Carousel Mall

carousel mall

Last Wednesday the City of San Bernardino finalized an Exclusive Negotiating Agreement (ENA) with the firms selected to redevelop the 43-acre Carousel Mall site that has been empty and falling into disrepair. The parties will now enter negotiations to hash out the terms and conditions for the sale and development …

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New fitness equipment installed at Littlefield Shultis Park

San Bernardino’s Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department has completed installation of outdoor fitness equipment at Littlefield Shultis Park located at 2525 W Kendall Way. The equipment is set up adjacent to a paved trail throughout the park and is aimed at helping the community by improving cardiovascular and mental …

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San Bernardino Police Department is Now Hiring

businesses looking for employees

The San Bernardino City Police Department is currently hiring full-time Property and Evidence Technicians. Evidence Technicians will store, catalog, and retrieve records of property/evidence in the Police Department. The City of San Bernardino is an equal opportunity employer. All job openings for applicants will not be considered based on age, …

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Suspect killed and officers injured during shootout

The manhunt for a suspect who had fired upon and wounded a San Bernardino Sheriff’s Deputy earlier this week came to a dramatic conclusion on Wednesday in a neighborhood in Highland with a shootout that ended with the suspect’s death and two more deputies injured. The 34-year old suspect was …

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Suspect at-large in officer shooting

A routine traffic stop turned into anything but routine when a San Bernardino Sheriff’s Deputy was fired upon on Tuesday resulting in injuries to the officer.  The offenders vehicle has since has been recovered but a suspect has not been identified and is still at large. The deputy was driving …

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