Receive free rent for three months, plus 12 months of unpaid rent.
Concerned that Banning was being selective and “picking winners and losers” between potential successful businesses, Banning’s Mayor Pro Tem David Happe insisted on his pro-business stance in a continuation of a hearing Tuesday evening.
Ever since Grandave Studios announced that it was hoping to make Banning’s municipal airport its home, the city put its plans to close the airport on hiatus.
Gavin Newsom will remain governor of California after preliminary results showed him defeating the recall in a landslide statewide, but results in San Bernardino County and Riverside County were closer at 52% no to 48% yes.
On Sept. 10 around 11:10 p.m., Banning Police was called regardinga possible shooting at a residence in the 1300 block of Almond Way in Banning.
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A 4-year-old child from Western Riverside County recently died after contracting COVID-19, becoming the youngest person in the county to die from the virus since the pandemic started.
CalFire law enforcement are seeking the public's help for any suspicious or illegal activities surrounding the Rock Fire and the Westward Fire.
On July 30 Banning police were dispatched to a report of a battery after a victim reported being beaten by her on again, off again boyfriend, who she identified as 37-year-old Gabriel Sauceda of Beaumont.
The death of a 33-year-old Beaumont man who was killed by a Union Pacific train near San Timoteo Canyon Road and Alessandro Road last week continues to be investigated by the Redlands Police Department.
In response to increasing COVID-19 hospitalizations and ICU patients due to the highly contagious Delta variant, and to support the state’s health care delivery system, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) issued a new public health order requiring hospitals statewide to accept …
Banning’s Future Fellowship, a transformative summer learning experience focused on helping create a 21st-century city — combining research, fieldwork, and service projects among Banning’s talented youth leaders will hold a summit tomorrow.
The San Bernardino National Forest has received $3.2 million for land management projects to restore and maintain healthy forests throughout California while enhancing carbon storage.
California public and private school staff must now be vaccinated or be tested weekly, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Wednesday, Aug. 11.
It has been nearly a year since Felicia McCafferty and her sister Theresa Sanchez were killed during a confrontation at Summit Cemetery in Banning.
The U.S. Census Bureau released 2020 census data on Aug. 12, 2021, showing increases and decreases in the population of U.S. areas as compared to a decade ago during the 2010 census.
Redlands police are investigating a fatal collision involving a pedestrian who was struck by a freight train Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 18, near Alessandro Road and San Timoteo Canyon Road.
After the Record Gazette went to print last week, the guidelines for school districts returning to in-person instruction in California continued to evolve, and Beaumont Unified School District has been trying to clarify actions taken at its last board meeting, where dozens of visitors advoca…
Ezekwesili Iloputaife (last name pronounced “Ee-low-pew-tie-fay”) insists that all he wants to do is protect his family from high voltage radiation.
Golfers from across Southern California are invited to enjoy a day of championship golf and prizes -- including a chance to win a travel trailer, motor home, or 5th wheel valued at up to $40,000 -- all while supporting local youth at the 25th Annual Morongo Charity Golf Tournament.
The County of Riverside is seeking community feedback on the drawing of county supervisorial district boundaries. Every ten years, the County of Riverside is charged with redistricting to ensure effective and fair representation on the county board of supervisors.
At the Beaumont City Council meeting on July 20 Public Information Officer Ashley Starr gave a presentation concerning the city’s branding initiative, revealing a series of icon and tile designs.
Of 24 contractors that seriously considered taking on Beaumont’s revamping of its bus shelters in front of Walmart, only Rancho Santa Fe-based Zoran Construction Group, Inc. submitted a sealed bid.
Faith in Action of the San Gorgonio Pass, in conjunction with Riverside County’s Operation RIVCO Shield, will hold a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic on Tuesday, Aug. 10 at St. Kateri Tekakwitha Church from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. The church is located at 157 W. Nicolet Street in Banning.
A number of property owners seem to have no idea that they owe the city of Beaumont late service fees related to some city services, and Beaumont went ahead and added them as liens on the county’s tax rolls.
When the rain came down on July 25, residents of Yucaipa’s North Bench and nearby mountain communities received a flash flood warning, one of the many unfortunate reminders of the catastrophic September 2020 El Dorado Fire. The El Dorado Fire unintentionally started by the gender reveal pyro…
Banning hopes to become an epicenter of film and film culture, and with this year’s inaugural Prestige Film Festival at the iconic Fox Cineplex theater, the buzz and the promise has been exciting.
Parents, grandparents and those long out of school came to advocate for the Beaumont school district to not impose a mask mandate on children during its July 27 school board meeting.
Riverside County received an award of $25.5 million in funding through the state’s No Place Like Home program. The funds will create 119 units of permanent supportive housing for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness who are homeless, chronically homeless or at-risk of homele…
Banning High School has hired a familiar name as its new football coach. Octogenarian John Tyree was approved as the new coach at the July 28 Banning Unified School District board meeting. He replaces Pete Smolin, who resigned a few months ago and is now the coach at Valley View.