Beaumont High School senior Bryanna “Bree” Gardinier has committed to playing softball at Westcliff University in Irvine.
At least a couple times a week, those who do not have readily available access to showers can find respite when Healing Waters and volunteers from Freedom in Christ Church bring their mobile shower units to Banning and Beaumont as lunch is served by Carol’s Kitchen at St. Kateri Tekakwitha Church.
Stella Parks, an integral part of the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Recreation and Parks District, will be honored at the 2019 WinterFest tonight at the Cherry Valley Grange.
Gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches and games of chance were the star attraction at the Boys and Girls Club of San Gorgonio Pass fundraiser Nov. 21 at Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon in Beaumont.
Zulema Rodriguez and her mother Victoria Segura waited in line the morning of Nov. 22 behind Highland Springs Medical Plaza to get bags of groceries in time for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Nicolet Middle School’s turkey trot boasted a first: for the first time in its known history, those in the school’s medically fragile student program got to participate in the Palomino Turkey Trot.
Longtime Record Gazette office manager Virginia Bradford is retiring from the company after a combined 16 years of taking calls, billing customers, handling missed papers — and being the first friendly smiling face visitors see when they enter the office.
Beaumont’s Holiday Light parade will be taking a different route this year as it entertains the crowds along Beaumont Avenue on Saturday night, Dec. 14.
On Monday morning, when most people are enjoying a day off from work or school, a small group of individuals were gathering at the Civic Center, in Beaumont.
Steeped in longtime tradition, the Kiwanis Club of Banning toasted its latest slate of officers during their Nov. 6 lunchon at The Lakes Assisted Living.
A Greater Hope (also known as the Greater Hope Foundation for Children), a local nonprofit organization that provides safe and loving homes for foster children, has launched the largest Holiday Toy Drive in its history.
After six years as president of the Carol’s Kitchen board of directors, Marty Bauer is stepping down from his role with the non-profit organization.
Hudson Myers walked around the Beaumont High School gymnasium the night of Oct. 17, talking to business and military representatives about different careers.
Hunkered down together, a celebratory crew of Oakland Raiders fans convened at Banning’s craft microbrewery to hang out, and to meet two former Raiders players who headlined the event.
Join us for our "Halloween Happenings" on Thursday, Oct. 31 from 6-9 p.m. at St. Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic Church, located at 157 Nicolet Street, Banning. Free carnival style booths, cake walks, Mummy wrap, costume contest and bring your carved pumpkin to our pumpkin carving contest! Free h…
Matt Chacon, a regular fixture at the Station Tap House Bar and Grill in Banning, was already a beer or two in before he noticed the shirt that the man he had been chatting with was wearing.
A night of comedy, good food and raising money to feed the hungry were the ingredients for a thrilling event last Saturday night during the Carol’s Kitchen fundraiser in the Morongo Tukwet Canyon Clubhouse in Beaumont.