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Of the roughly 100 applicants that have come in in the past couple of weeks, hoping to take advantage of the city of Banning’s home improvement grants, down payment assistance and homeownership literacy program, one organization that has benefited is Habitat For Humanity of the San Gorgonio …

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Mike Taylor predicts that Atwell, the massive master-planned community on the outskirts of Highland Springs Avenue in Banning across from its Altis housing development in Beaumont, will be among the last of such giant projects.

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Sonic Burger Drive-In has broken ground and grading has begun on other businesses set to open in the Centerpointe shopping center at Highland Springs Avenue and Second Street.

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A hydroponics supplier to the cannabis industry that Banning Mayor Pro tem Don Peterson’s security firm serves, initially encountered a situation when it came to disposing of marijuana waste.

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Once traffic passes the intersection of Ramsey Street and San Gorgonio Avenue in Banning, the “vibe” gets a bit lethargic, with Brew Rebellion doing its best to hold up excitement on the other side of the Oddfellows Building, long after Russo’s Haven bistro and the Banning Art Gallery have c…

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The Grand Oak Farm to Table restaurant at Highland Springs Ranch and Inn closed Jan. 2 and will focus more energy on growing the ranch’s farm.

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Dignitaries and restaurant executives helped tribal leaders from the Morongo Band of Mission Indians break ground Monday on a new commercial suites complex along Interstate 10 on the Morongo Indian Reservation. 

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For over 60 years, the Calimesa Country Club has been a pivotal and popular hub for the community. Calimesa Country Club owner Charles Rollins is entertaining new ideas for the future of the golf course.

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The American Business Women’s Association (ABWA) Inland Empire Charter Chapter will hold its monthly dinner meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017 at 6 p.m. at Coco’s Restaurant, 1140 W. Colton Ave., Redlands.

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Taki’s Greek Kitchen, hosted inside The Spice Rack in Beaumont, opened for business on July 11. Owners Julie and Richard Torres, along with Julie’s sister, Linda Saenz, were on hand to greet my husband and me when we stopped in for dinner at their invitation late last month.

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The Hung-ry Jury Café informed its supporters that it has closed the restaurant that catered to adventurous Yelpers and loyal customers that included a number of Banning city employees.

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June 2 was an auspicious date for a couple of commercial entities in Banning.

That day marked the beginning of the end of business as we know it for Aaron’s furniture store, and the announcement by Bank of America that it was closing its Banning location.

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WASHINGTON, D.C., June 19, 2017 -- USDA and partners committed $20 million in 21st Century Conservation Service Corps partnership agreements to provide 4,000 work opportunities for youth, young adults and veterans up to 35 years old, a move that will help the U.S. Forest Service accomplish mission-critical infrastructure and landscape restoration projects on the ground. The U.S. Forest Service is one of seventeen USDA Agencies.

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Credit unions serving members in the Inland Empire recently generated a $780 million annual impact to the region's economy (both San Bernardino and Riverside counties combined), which supported 5,600 local jobs and also produced $87 million in savings to those members, according to two special reports released by the California Credit Union League.

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Brew Rebellion is an anomaly in the microbrewery industry, particularly in its relationship to the city of Banning: unlike in other cities, where zoning usually does not allow for microbreweries downtown, the craft beer maker is smack in the middle of Banning’s downtown district.

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Sun Lakes Realty owners Larry and Cheri McRae recently finalized the sale of their family’s real estate business in Banning.

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The Inland Empire 66ers of San Bernardino Professional Baseball Club announced on Tuesday, April 4, a new feature at San Manuel Stadium in conjunction with long-time community partner Hangar 24 Craft Brewery. The Sixers and the Brewery are proud to announce that the Hangar 24 Craft Corner will be open during 66ers home games throughout the 2017 season.

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According to the City of Banning’s quarterly newsletter, a 7,964 square foot retail building next to Carl’s Jr. in the Sun Lakes Village Shopping Center will accommodate three new stores – Chipotle, Mattress Firm and T-Mobile – which will be coming in the second quarter of 2017.

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