Two 19-year-old men accused in an armed robbery and shooting that killed the owner of a Cathedral City convenience store were behind bars Tuesday in lieu of $1 million bail.
The majority of Banning’s teachers want to see their students in-person, at least a couple times a week, according to a survey by the school district.
On Feb.25 shortly before 4:30 p.m., Banning Police Officers were dispatched to the San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital in Banning to take a report of a gunshot victim.
As of March 2 there had been a 61 percent decline in new COVID-19 cases reported in the Riverside County area according to the New York Times, though cases were drastically up from the previous day.
On March 3, immigrants seeking asylum were dropped off in Blythe by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). The 15 individuals are part of four families. These drop-offs are expected to occur regularly in Blythe, similar to the 2019 immigration surge, when more than 1,000 families (tot…
Banning’s City Manager Doug Schulze seems impressed as he looks around Harvest Corner Friday afternoon, the city’s second cannabis dispensary to open in a month.
In early 2020 Beaumont had received “a proliferation of requests” for tire repair and tire sale establishments in the downtown area, as the city was working on devising its downtown plan, according to Community Development Director Christina Taylor.
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The week of Jan. 25 was a mild test for Beaumont’s Police Department and partnering agencies keeping watch on the burn scars marring the hills above Beaumont, left behind from last year’s Apple and El Dorado fires that made nearly 55,000 acres of vulnerable land prone to flooding and mud slides.
Beaumont has been using the California Highway Patrol to handle towing services for traffic collisions and vehicle violations within city limits.
Our Clown Family, a local family of volunteers is participating in a nationwide "Adopt-A-Grandparent" campaign will help nursing staff at local facilities bring a smile to those that have been isolated since the lockdown began with the delivery of a "Balloon Buddy" to each resident in their …
The San Gorgonio Pass Water Agency is pleased to announce that Robert Ybarra, a resident of Banning, was appointed by the SGPWA Board of Directors to fill the Agency’s Director – At Large No. 2 position, on Jan. 25, 2021.
Beaumont High School’s academic decathlon team took fourth place during the first fully virtual Riverside County Academic Decathlon, which was won for the fourth year in a row by Elsinore High School.
Banning took a step to cement a working relationship with the Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District in reference to programs at the historic Gilman Ranch and Wagon Museum on Wilson Street.
With quarantine orders relaxed, Fox Cineplex in Banning has reopened, showing current films and offering sentimentalists and romantics a chance to go back in time with limited showings of vintage films such as 1953’s “Roman Holiday” with Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck (7 p.m. on Friday, 4:3…
A pre-litigation settlement agreement unanimously approved by Banning’s city council at its Feb. 9 meeting resolves a series of disputes between Banning and Irvine-based Tri Pointe Homes (formerly Pardee Homes), which has been moving along with the 1,543-acre, 4,862-home Atwell master-planne…
Riverside University Health System (RUHS)-Public Health is partnering with the City of Palm Springs and Curative Inc. to open another COVID-19 vaccination clinic in the Coachella Valley.
Beaumont believes that Three Rings Ranch Community Park “serves a severely disadvantaged community,” qualifying it for State Proposition 68 funding.
Beaumont is keeping a close eye on any progress being made through litigation towards the governor in regards to pandemic restrictions.
Kevin Strong of Beaumont, a Federal Aviation Administration employee and QAnon follower, faces federal charges after confessing to taking part in breaching the Capitol on Jan. 6.
The Cherry Festival, assuming it is held this year, will have to be held somewhere other than Stewart Park — most likely to be hosted by the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Recreation and Park District.
It took a lot of interrogation by Banning City Councilman David Happe to be convinced that the Banning Sportsman’s Club is an accessible enough organization to the public — for now.
Initially, the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Recreation and Park District anticipated receiving a 35-acre buffer between an approved 1.8 million square-foot logistics center and open space and residential ranch area along Cherry Valley Boulevard.
The owners of Skydive West Coast, which operates a parachute jumping business out of the Banning Municipal Airport, spurned the optics of what could be seen as a “hand out” and requested not to have three months’-worth of lease be dismissed by the city.
At its meeting earlier this week, the Beaumont school board unanimously approved their former Assistant Superintendent of Business Services Mays Kakish as its next superintendent, to succeed Interim Superintendent Maureen Latham.
In the last few weeks Beaumont lost a couple of community volunteer heavyweights with the passing of former Beaumont Chamber of Commerce President Jim Lester, and past Beaumont Kiwanis President Fred Magenheim.
Riverside County is planning several COVID-19 vaccine clinics for those in Phase 1A (all tiers), 1B (tier 1) and individuals 65 and older.
On Jan. 12 just before 8:30 a.m., Banning Police Department was dispatched to a residence in the 1200 block of San Gorgonio Avenue in response to a report of a shooting.
The Banning Chamber of Commerce usually tolerates the bad weather associated with early January, but this year the market nights that would have been hosted downtown along Ramsey Street on the first and third Friday evening of each month, along with the car shows that occur simultaneously on…
The Boys & Girls Club of the San Gorgonio Pass has been given an extension of its lease agreement with the city of Beaumont that began back in May 2020, and was extended in September.
A 26-member committee mulled through several meetings to determine new school boundaries as it prepares to open Summerwind Trails Elementary School, presumably next summer.
There was no question in Ondi Simmons’s mind as to whether or not she would take advantage of a COVID-19 vaccination shot at San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital, where she works as a registered nurse.
All SR-60 Eastbound lanes through the Badlands, from Gilman Springs Road to Jack Rabbit Trail, will be closed for 55 hours from Friday, Jan. 8 at 10 p.m. to Monday, Jan. 11 at 5 a.m.
On Dec. 24, 2020 around 10:30 a.m., officers Banning Police Department responded to the area of the 1000 block of West Ramsey Street to a traffic collision involving a mini van that had collided into the rear of a city of Banning transportation bus.
If you take a walk in a park or nature preserve, you may hear a songbird singing or a woodpecker tap, tap, tapping on an oak tree, but a few sounds that have become common at these places are missing.
Good Morning Beaumont Breakfast, hosted by the Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, will be taking place Friday, March 12, from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m., at the SandTrap Bar and Grill located at 892 West Valley Parkway, Beaumont.
Banning Chamber of Commerce will hold Street Drags at the Banning Airport March 20 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. The Race car entry is $30 when you pre-register online. Registration the day of the race is $35.
Habitat For Humanity of the San Gorgonio Pass Area will host its 17th Annual Jim Heslop Memorial Golf Tournament on Saturday, April 17 at Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon.