In 2017 results for English Language Arts on the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress, 51.44 percent of all K–12 students did not meet the standard for ELA.
A multimedia art exhibition by ecologist and Joshua Tree National Park artist-in-residence Juniper Harrower, will open on Friday, Oct. 18, as the inaugural show at the new Black Rock Art Gallery located in Joshua Tree National Park.
Pasadena-based Pardee Homes Inland Empire is proud to announce that Altis has been named Active Adult Community of the Year at the 2019 SoCal Awards.
Loma Linda University Cancer Center has created a breast pain clinic that combines medical and psychological interventions to treat the common condition experienced by women — the first in the nation to create a multidisciplinary approach to breast pain management.
Matthew Taber was not nervous about taking his food handlers test through the Culinary Arts Department at Beaumont High School.
For those in the know — and that did not include a lot of employees or supervisor types with walkie talkies — there was a casual meet and greet at Casino Morongo with Fifth District County Supervisor Jeff Hewitt in the back room of one of Morongo’s recently refurbished restaurants last Friday.
The five candidates vying for Sen. Mike Morrell’s seat met the evening of Oct. 2 for a candidate forum in the Solera clubhouse in Beaumont.
Mountain Avenue Baptist Church, home of the Calvary Christian School Eagles, hosted a rare Friday night football game, complete with portable lights to light the field.
Health officials are urging residents in portions of northern Riverside County to limit outdoor activities because of smoke and ash generated by the Sandalwood, Reche and Wolf fires.
Most people probably will not take issue with Mrs. Smith giving a consoling hug to a kindergartner who just fell on the playground, or a reaffirming pat on the head for that elementary school kid who proudly shows off their report card boasting straight As.
John Swoda spoke to the Beaumont City Council on Sept. 17 about an important goal he would like to see realized in Stewart Park – a new skateboard park.
California Highway Patrol has shut down the westbound County Line Road off-ramp due to smoke from a trash truck fire in Calimesa, said Officer Eddie Jackson.
Weekend travel through the Riverside County Badlands will take longer than usual on Oct. 12 and 13, due to a closure of both westbound lanes and one eastbound lane on Route 60.
On Saturday, Oct. 19, the Boy Scouts of America invite you and your neighbors to support your local food pantries while you shop at your local grocery stores in the Inland Empire communities from Colton and Grand Terrace to Banning along the I-10 corridor and across the San Bernardino Valley…
In an effort to promote transparency within the community, the city of Banning is hosting an event named ‘Bring Banning Together,’ where city departments and other entities in the community make themselves available to the public.
Beaumont students are being introduced this year to a program that measures their strengths, interests and values that connect them to available and growing career opportunities.
Just a few years after buying Diamond Hills Chevrolet Buick GMC in Banning, owner Alam Khan closed a deal to buy the former Crest Chevrolet in San Bernardino at the end of August.
Nicolet Middle School’s new principal Veronica Rodriguez is on a mission to change how the community perceives education.
Building from the momentum of last year’s winning season, Beaumont High School’s Cougar football team is following up with five straight wins.