- Banning takes steps to annex county land
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- Beaumont accepts contracts for homeless encampment cleanup
- Riverside County moves into state’s red COVID-19 tier
- John Alan White
- Beaumont continues taking care of Morongo’s strays
- Cal Fire investigators seek the public’s help
- Former home to Banning Art Gallery approved for demolition
- Holiday Wish relaxes some requirements, seeks applicants and volunteers
- James Lara
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“You may know him as the former Beaumont superintendent, but what you do not know is that he was named three times by three different organizations as Superintendent of the Year.”
Weeks after Beaumont placed former superintendent Terrence Davis on administrative leave, Banning Unified School District has appointed him to a cabinet-level position, overseeing Banning's human resources department.
Wildfires burning throughout California are generating smoke and ash that is impacting portions of western Riverside County, prompting health officials to urge residents to take precautions with the unhealthy air quality levels.
Smile Brands Inc., a national provider of business support services to dental groups in the United States, had the grand opening Aug. 31 of another affiliated Bright Now! Dental office, at 1541 E 2nd St. in Beaumont.
On Sept. 4 at 12:27 p.m., officers from the Banning Police Department responded to the area of the 1700 block of W. Williams Street regarding shots fired.
There is a high potential for debris and mudflows to occur in areas of Cherry Valley and Beaumont during the next rain events, due to the Apple Fire that broke out on July 31, burning more than 28,000 acres in Cherry Valley, Banning, and the Morongo Reservation.
As part of the fiscal year-end review of bond proceeds and pay-go fund balances, Beaumont’s city council has approved several changes for capital improvement project funds.
With the hottest temperatures of the year forecasted this weekend, Riverside County health officials remind residents to stay cool and avoid heat-related illnesses.
A new blueprint for business sector reopening was unveiled by Gov. Newsom, which includes a color-coded, tiered system that will use two metrics to measure the coronavirus: spread rate and test positivity percentage.
Banning has approved tract maps for Diversified Pacific’s first phase of homebuilding in south Banning, as part of the Rancho San Gorgonio Specific Plan.
A woman’s bible study group from Hope Unlimited Church in Banning gathered in a conference room earlier this month to serve lunch, offer some tokens of appreciation, and treat officers of the Banning Police Department some frosted “cop cakes.”
Five years ago Banning designated the nonprofit Evenings in the Park concert series at Repplier Park one of its “signature events,” along with Banning Stagecoach Days.
What started out as a peanut butter and jelly sandwich giveaway has evolved into hot meals and grocery distribution every Monday and Thursday in front of the Set Free Thrift Store in Banning.
In Banning, three eager and enthusiastic visitors stood outside the post office at the intersection of North Alessandro and Williams streets Saturday morning.
As schools navigate unchartered territory and are forced to conduct classes online, they increasingly have to defend against hackers.
Pass area unemployment rates dropped in the July report released Aug. 21 by the California Economic Development Department (EDD), but it was still in double digits.
Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) began its Fall 2020 semester on Monday, Aug. 17, with thousands of students enrolled in online classes amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. About 98 percent of MSJC’s courses are online this fall to help further reduce the spread of COVID-19. Hands-on courses – …
According to a couple of people familiar with labor negotiations, Banning’s certificated employees are working on an expired contract going into the start of this school year, which started on Monday.
As hiking some of Southern California's tallest peaks and rugged, beautiful wilderness areas become increasingly more popular and crowded, Forest Service officials are reinstating a day-use permit system for entering three wilderness areas on the San Bernardino National Forest starting Sept. 1.
Beaumont Unified School District has placed its superintendent Terrence Davis on paid administrative leave, following a public employee performance evaluation item in reference to him in a closed session meeting following the school board’s regular meeting Tuesday.
The sanctuary and other buildings on the campus of First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Redlands have been virtually deserted since the beginning of the COVID-19 lockdown nearly six months ago.
The Riverside County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a program today that will recruit youngsters to help support the community response to the deadly pandemic.
Riverside County Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed Aug. 4 that racism is a public health crisis and vowed to take steps to deal with the issue, similar to the the city of Banning’s approval of an ordinance that calls for ongoing racial equity training for city staff and administration,…
Beaumont property owners with unresolved or delinquent fees and charges related to solid waste and sewer bills will see those fees collected as part of those property owners’ taxes.
Congressman Raul Ruiz has been solicited to assist economically depressed Banning with attempting to close down its airport — a move that would require Congressional support.
Beaver Medical Group is moving in to its new Urgent Care Center and state-of-the-art medical facility at the Sundance Corporate Center at 839 N. Highland Springs Ave.
The Apple Fire Unified Command will host a community meeting tonight at 6 p.m. at the Morongo Valley Community Center, 11165 Vale Dr., Morongo Valley, CA to update the public on the latest fire behavior, suppression tactics and possible evacuations and closures.
Gov. Gavin Newsom has announced that the state has secured a Fire Management Assistance Grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to help ensure the availability of resources to fight the Apple Fire burning in Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
The Banning Library District invites the public to participate in a silent auction fundraising event from Sept. 21 through Nov. 7.
LifeStream will hold a community blood drive at San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital, 600 N. Highland Springs Ave., Banning on Friday, Oct. 2 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; and at Farmer Boys, 1538 Second Street Marketplace in Beaumont , Saturday, Oct. 3 from 1 to 6 p.m.
Although the nonprofit Malki Museum is closed during the pandemic, it will host a drive-thru food sale and raffle fundraiser on Saturday, Oct. 3 between 10 a.m.-3 p.m. that will include pit meat cooked by Roy Mathews Jr. and traditional kéwet sides for suggested $10 donation.
Supporters of the Rivers & Lands Conservancy's 7th Annual Fundraising Gala can participate in this year’s gala from the comfort of their homes on Thursday, Oct. 8 at starting at 6 p.m.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Unforgettables Foundation’s 7th annual educational conference will convene virtually as a free webinar on Friday, Oct. 9 from 9 a.m. until approximately 12:30 p.m.
The city of Beaumont and the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Recreation and Parks District will host a Drive-thru Trunk or Treat on Saturday, Oct. 31, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.