Matthew Taber was not nervous about taking his food handlers test through the Culinary Arts Department at Beaumont High School.
On Saturday, Oct. 19, the Boy Scouts of America invite you and your neighbors to support your local food pantries while you shop at your local grocery stores in the Inland Empire communities from Colton and Grand Terrace to Banning along the I-10 corridor and across the San Bernardino Valley…
In an effort to promote transparency within the community, the city of Banning is hosting an event named ‘Bring Banning Together,’ where city departments and other entities in the community make themselves available to the public.
Beaumont students are being introduced this year to a program that measures their strengths, interests and values that connect them to available and growing career opportunities.
Diane Cunningham had a day to spare to take the driver’s license test preparation class Tuesday morning at the Chatigny Center in Beaumont.
Downtown Banning was a destination for celebrating visual arts last Saturday, starting with an all-day reception for award-winning artists at the Banning Art Gallery next to The Haven bistro, and an afternoon soirée of student art displays and sales at Toti’s Art Studio.
Nicolet Middle School’s new principal Veronica Rodriguez is on a mission to change how the community perceives education.
Community Enhancement Officers Kelly McCarthy and Jack Huntsman spoke to the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Rotary Club in September about the work they do in the community to keep it looking its best at all times.
As Halloween approaches, Kyle Clifton and several others are gearing up for the next Magic Pumpkin Sale, to be held in front of his home in Beaumont.
Union Pacific Railroad has announced the return of Big Boy steam locomotive #4014 to Southern California in October.
Pat Dawley, Diana Morningstar and Kathleen Smith all had a good reason for getting to Oktoberfest early on opening night, Sept. 20, at Noble Creek Community Park.
The free tour featured some of Beaumont’s oldest buildings, sites and landmarks, including the Beaumont Woman’s Club, Presbyterian Church, McCoy House, Woman’s Christian Temperance Union drinking fountain at Triangle Park, First Christian Church, the old Triangle gas station (currently Beaum…
The city of Banning is accepting applications for the 2020-21 Community Development Block Grant Program, funded by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Joe Mathews can identify with Native American young men trying to find their identity and trying to stay away from substance abuse and alcoholism.