Eighty percent of calls for service through Beaumont’s Fire Department in 2020 were for medical assistance. Only 3 percent were for actual fires.
The Housing Authority of the County of Riverside has launched a new landlord incentive program aimed at increasing affordable housing options for Housing Choice Voucher families throughout Riverside County. The program goal is to promote new landlord relationships and further support to exis…
The California State University system, which includes Cal State San Bernardino, pledged to be a Vaccine Champion University as part of a new White House effort aimed at increasing vaccinations for younger Americans.
Riverside County, and the rest of the state, reopened June 15 with capacity limits and physical distancing requirements removed for most businesses and events. However, other safety measures may be needed based on the type of business or event.
When school resumes in Banning on Aug. 12, there will be students in dire need of school supplies. Many folks were economically set back because of the pandemic, particularly the families
- Updated CDC mask update as of June 15
- Beaumont moves forward to relax moratorium on storage ‘facilities’
- Beaumont’s theater is ready for summer movie season
- County of Riverside landlord incentive program
- Helicopter Ball Drop right on target
- Riverside County reopens
- Banning Library celebrates a makeover
- CSUSB joins national COVID-19 college vaccine challenge
- Three Beaumont players named All-CBL
- Banning Partners seeks donations for back-to-school backpack program
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As temperatures begin to climb, cool centers in locations throughout Riverside County have begun opening their doors, offering residents a welcome retreat from the heat.
Banning has taken the advice and pleadings of its newest city treasurer to heart: the city’s Budget & Finance Committee, which was until the May 25 city council meeting an ad hoc committee, is now a standing committee that will soon set consistently scheduled meetings.
In a couple of separate actions, Beaumont took time to dissolve a couple of improvement areas to an existing Community Facilities District, and refinanced outstanding bonds to the benefit of property owners in another.
Sometime in the next few months, Banning’s Downtown Ad Hoc Committee will be tasked with appointing a selection committee who will nominate names for what is intended to be the prestigious Ring of Honor, nestled discreetly on the corner of San Gorgonio Avenue and Ramsey Street next to City Hall.
Marlene Miranda, a senior at Banning High School who is heading to the University of California, Irvine, has been selected as one of this year’s 500 Dell Scholars.
Last Saturday Banning Mayor Colleen Wallace held a Town Hall meeting at Roosevelt Williams Park, with a host of speakers that would provide updates on their respective fields.
On a deceptively expansive fenced in property in Cherry Valley, Gloria McManus and several volunteers humbly unload food destined to help those in need.
The developer of Banning’s planned 3,385-home Rancho San Gorgonio approved back in 2016 has encountered setbacks in its progress to acquire property for 600 feet of sewer easements and construction of the extension of C Street to State Route 243.
On May 26, Banning Police Department was dispatched in regards to a report of a sexual assault that occurred in the 400 Block of East Williams Street.
After serving six years with the Morongo Fire Department, Fire Chief Kevin Gaines has hung up his helmet, marking the end of a distinguished career that began 40 years ago in CalFire.
Of several hospitals that cater to the Pass area, San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital had the lowest rating among its peers in the latest Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade rankings that were released April 29.
Riverside County’s District Attorney Mike Hestrin offered an update of some of the things his office has been working during the year or so that the pandemic has wreaked havoc on the justice system, presented during the May Good Morning Beaumont breakfast hosted by the Beaumont Chamber of Co…
Banning High School recognizes its Top 10 seniors for the Class of 2021. Not all grades have been finalized leading up to their June 17 in-person commencement, and rankings could potentially shift, but as of mid-may, these were the class standings.
Beaumont High School recognizes its Top 10 graduating seniors of the Class of 2021. They will celebrate their accolades at their in-person commencement on June 4. While the final grades have not all been compiled — and grade point averages could shift slightly — these were the class standing…
Riverside County health officials are closing two vaccine clinics — one in Beaumont and the other in Menifee — as the county transitions from the larger clinic sites to smaller, community-based locations operated by mobile teams.
UPDATE: Beaumont High today was granted clearance from County Public Health to immediately resume playing all sports, said Beaumont AD Martin DuSold.
Riverside County health officials are expanding the eligibility for those who want to get vaccinated to those 12 and older, effective May 13.
Loma Linda University Medical Center and East Campus hospitals have been recognized nationally for patient safety and quality achievements, receiving an ‘A’ grade for spring 2021 from The Leapfrog Group, a national independent watchdog organization.
Following a special April 16 city council meeting, Banning’s city manager Doug Schulze had an addendum to the April 27 council meeting requesting authorization of five additional police officers, and authorization of adjusting the city’s budget to accommodate them.
Banning residents cannot “opt out” of using city electrical, sewer or water services — which are provided by the city as municipal services.
Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Hewitt announced he is running in the recall for California governor race during a private event in Riverside on Friday, April 30.
Ahead of their Wednesday deadline for a short-range transit plan draft expected by the Riverside County Transportation Commission, Beaumont’s Community Services Director Elizabeth Gibbs gave a presentation on her department’s transit efforts to the city council at its April 20 meeting.
On April 23 shortly before 10 a.m., Banning Police Department was dispatched to the area of the 400 Block of East Nicolet Street in Banning to respond to a report of a carjacking.