Dan Hughes and Debbie Franklin were honored April 11 at the Laura May Stewart Foundation’s 44th anniversary banquet, held at Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon.
The number of prescription drugs taken in the United States and the costs associated with them amazed those attending the Good Morning Beaumont breakfast last Friday at Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon.
The clanking of silverware amid the scattered small talk of the California Retired Teachers Association mixed in the air with the smell of gravy and warm turkey at the Farmhouse in Banning before the group’s meeting Monday April 8.
The morning of April 10, detectives from the Banning Police Department were attempting to serve an arrest warrant on Jacob Estrada, a 25 year-old resident of Banning; Estrada was able to get in the backseat of a vehicle and the vehicle fled.
In August 2015, the Banning Police Department began an investigation into allegations of lewd and lascivious acts involving Ronald Stuart Wansor, a forty-six-year-old from the city of Banning.
Since Lily Yang of Banning runs cross country and plays a lot of soccer, the Nicolet Middle School student wanted to know what substance would likely replenish her electrolytes most efficiently.
At the April 1 luncheon for the San Gorgonio Pass Knights of the Round Table, Don Smith was the guest speaker, talking about the Banning Community Fund, which he helped oversee.
Plant-based diets are associated with lower body mass index (BMI) among Hispanic members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, according to a new study.
Beaumont City Councilman Lloyd White announced his candidacy Wednesday morning to succeed Republican Senator Mike Morrell in the conservative 23rd State Senate District (which includes large portions of both Riverside and San Bernardino counties).
Beaumont’s Economic Development Strategic Plan is going to play an important role in boosting the city’s economy and creating a viable business environment for decades to come.
Banning High School Performing Arts Theater and Career Technical Education Construction Academy held its official groundbreaking ceremony at Banning High School.
Former Banning mayor Debbie Franklin was honored earlier this week for her efforts to promote healthy lifestyles in her city by the Riverside University Health System—Public Health, which annually honors five individuals or partner organizations with its Public Health Champion awards.
Banning Police Department welcomed its new chief of police at the official swearing-in ceremony held March 26 at the start of the Banning City Council meeting.
The Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) Foundation will host its 11th Annual Gala to benefit MSJC students at 6 p.m. Saturday, April 6, at the Pechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula.
The force was strong at Banning’s Museum of Pinball over the weekend. The non-profit opened its doors to the public for Arcade expo 5.0 held from March 15 through March 17.
Students at Springs Charter Cherry Valley Homeschool Cooperative in Beaumont had opportunities to talk with a respiratory therapist, real estate broker, intensive care unit nurse and a K-9 trainer during the school’s Career Fair held March 14.
Residents in the San Gorgonio Pass can ride for free on Pass Transit through May 31, thanks to a grant from the state’s Low Carbon Transit Operations Program and a partnership between the cities of Beaumont and Banning.
The Community Foundation serving Riverside and San Bernardino Counties, is now accepting scholarship applications from local college-bound students pursuing higher education during the 2019-2020 school year. Last year, the Foundation awarded over $3.5 million in scholarships and educational …
The Beaumont Library District will place a bond issue totaling $15 to $25 million on the March 2020 ballot, seeking funds for a library expansion including collections, a history room and a new entrance on the south side of the building.
Bright flowing feathers, long colorful tassels and glittering jewels decorated samba dancers as they entertained donors at this year’s San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital Foundation gala.
A record 3,000 people immersed themselves last Saturday into a sea of books, musical and dance performances, and arts and crafts activities at the “Celebrate Reading and the Arts” festival at the Chatigny Center in Beaumont.
Loma Linda University professor Dr. Joan Sabaté has been named to the federal government’s 2020 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee.
A few weeks ago, social media in the San Gorgonio Pass area lit up over the possibility of an In-N-Out Burger coming to Beaumont.
The availability for public participation in local politics is an issue, and in Banning it is drawing more attention from at least one elected council member.
Operation Empty Cages is a new organization dedicated to reducing shelter euthanasia through the education of the public and special events held to directly address the need for spaying, neutering and micro-chipping pets.
Just three years after the city of Banning accommodated Diversified Pacific’s requests to combine a couple of housing tract properties into a single entity, its tract map approval was extended for 12 months.
s employers and landlords do their part to follow state recycling laws, Waste Management of Southern California extends practical ways to engage with employees and tenants in order to further reduce their carbon footprint.
The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians gifted Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital $25 million on Thursday night at the 26th Annual Children’s Hospital Foundation Gala, held at the Riverside Convention Center.
At the Feb. 14 meeting of the San Gorgonio Pass Historical Society, Mary Lamb Flake shared stories about her family, which settled in the hills south of Beaumont in what would become known as Lamb Canyon, and the memories of her childhood there in the 1930s.
For blacks fleeing oppression from the South, the “Great Migration” began in 1890 and gained momentum by 1916 as millions of black people moved to more enlightened regions of the country.
The latest incarnation of a market night in downtown Banning is scheduled to resume a week from Thursday on Feb. 21. from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., and continues every first and third Thursday evening in the parking lot adjacent to Brew Rebellion along San Gorgonio Avenue.