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Due to the rise in COVID-19 cases, California announced Thursday that it is issuing a limited Stay at Home Order.
Riverside County residents are asked to take precautions when celebrating Thanksgiving with smaller, shorter and safer get-togethers.
After a couple of employees tested positive Tuesday for the coronavirus, and taking into consideration a spike in cases countywide, the city of Banning has closed off city hall to the public.
Usually Hoffer Elementary School in Banning has throngs of supporters lined up around the track — a strip of well-used asphalt leading to the playground, complete with a black-and-white checkered finish line — to witness the school’s annual Race Against Drugs soap box cart competition.
Drivers heading eastbound have been rerouting through side streets; this traffic is along North Murray Street in Banning by the Record Gazette office.
The day after the election as the Record Gazette went to press, newcomer to politics Jessica Black was in first place to potentially join Beaumont’s city council, followed closely by fellow challenger David Fenn.
Alejandro “Alex” Geronimo, an appointed Banning Library board trustee, seems to have won his first-ever elected position as Banning’s next city treasurer, having a healthy lead over his opponent Shawn Patterson, who had the endorsement of retiring treasurer John McQuown.
As of Wednesday afternoon, Shawn Mitchell appeared to have won the seat for Beaumont Unified School District’s board seat with 1,820 votes, surpassing opponent Kevin Palkki, who received 1,374 votes.
Mary Hamlin was exuberant about her preliminary standing at the top, besting two former council members, including incumbent Art Welch, to represent Banning as the Banning city council District 3 representative.
Teachers already have had to adjust to teaching classes without students physically present, and parents have had to juggle finding ways to make sure their kids are supervised, while trying to balance their jobs.
During a routine traffic stop Thursday night in Loma Linda, a deputy sheriff arrested a Beaumont man who had a $75,000 bail violation in Riverside, was in possession of a large quantity of suspected methamphetamine and was a felon in possession of a firearm.
Today is the third day of operation for the 130 Riverside County voter assistance centers, where registered voters may cast their ballots in the Nov. 3 Presidential General Election. As of 10 a.m. on Sunday (Nov. 1) all 130 voter assistance centers have opened and are processing voters witho…
A vague, but potentially exciting announcement from Banning’s city manager Doug Schulze at the end of the Oct. 27 Banning city council meeting suggests that a developer with sizeable assets has an interest in the Banning Municipal Airport property.
In a remote area of Mias Canyon on city-owned land that formerly belonged to Marshall Palmer’s grandparents sits the relatively secluded Banning Sportsman Club, which as a nonprofit organization turns 67 this month.
It is no surprise that southern Californians are in need of water. Even during wet seasons, it seems like water is always in short supply.
The Banning Street Drags event hosted last weekend at the Banning Municipal Airport drew thousands to the city, as nearly 200 cars registered for events each day.
Beaumont encourages the community to tune in next week when it hosts its “Be Storm Ready” community meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 27 to discuss the threat of floods following the Apple and El Dorado fires.
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced today that Riverside County will move back to the state’s purple tier, which is the most restrictive tier that requires several types of businesses and places of worship to move outside. These places will need to change operations t…
Banning’s city council seemed to listen to the city’s employees who pleaded with them at their meeting Tuesday evening to not approve a resolution that would have imposed 80 hours of furlough on managerial employees that could have saved the city roughly $200,000.
During a forum Monday night hosted at the Cherry Valley Grange, the three candidates for Beaumont City Council had a chance to introduce themselves and answer a couple of questions.
The two candidates running for the San Gorgonio Pass Water Agency director at-large position are David Castaldo and Mickey Valdivia.
The city of Banning went ahead and approved a six-month lease agreement with the Banning Chamber of Commerce to lease the animal shelter at 2244 Charles Avenue for $1 a month, retroactively to Aug. 26.
During a half-hour forum three of the four San Gorgonio Pass Water Agency District’s Division II candidates shared their views on water management and capacity fees as part of a program sponsored by the Inland Empire Taxpayers Association Monday evening.
The candidates running for Mt. San Jacinto College District’s Board of Trustees are: Brian Sylva, Joseph Williams, and Edison Gomez-Krauss.
The handover of Bogart Park for management by the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Recreation and Park District was celebrated as a rare successful collaboration between three municipalities.
Riverside County Animal Services is investigating a suspected act of cruelty after a man stabbed his own dog multiple times on Oct. 11 in Banning.
A gas station, convenience store, and eventually a quick-service restaurant have been approved just south of the Sundance Corporate Center along the corner of Eighth Street and Highland Springs Avenue.
On Saturday, Oct. 10, shortly after 11 p.m., Banning Police officers responded to a male subject down in the 3200 block of W. Ramsey Street, in the city of Banning.
The Greater Hope Foundation for Children of Banning is hosting a tax-deductible gift drive through Dec. 11. Donations can be dropped off at 1035 W. Ramsey St. in Banning, or purchases can be made online for delivery to their office via Amazon Smiles and at aghope.org.
Decorate your house, porch or business and then enter the Christmas Decoration Contest.
City of Banning Senior Services brings to you Santa Shoppe. A place where children can shop and parents can’t peek.
Free to Beaumont/Cherry Valley seniors only. Must be a homebound or disabled senior. It is for delivery only on Thursday, Nov. 26 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. More information and to sign up: Beaumont senior center at (951) 769-8539.