Since at least February Beaumont has been contemplating how to add an ordinance governing stray shopping carts within city limits.
This afternoon Gov. Gavin Newsom decreed to all counties in California that indoor operations of dine-in restaurants, wineries and tasting rooms, movie theaters, family entertainment centers such as bowling alleys, batting cages and arcades; zoos and museums, personal care services such as n…
On May 28 shortly before 3 a.m., officers of the Banning Police Department were dispatched to the Chevron station at 3230 W. Ramsey St. in Banning in response to an armed robbery that just been reported. A suspect was described by the gas station employee as a Hispanic male adult, approximat…
Three more DC fast-charging electric vehicle stations will soon come online, adding to the network of charging stations available around Beaumont.
Having the privilege of graduating second in his class, Calvary Christian School salutatorian Devin Mascoto noted the unavoidable coincidence that he made up “over 15 percent of the senior class.”
On June 25 at approximately 12:30 p.m., Banning Police Department Detectives received notification from Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Warrants Division that Hijinio Arroyo was detained in San Diego County.
With temperatures expected to remain in the triple digits through portions of Riverside County, cool centers are providing some relief from the heat during the coronavirus epidemic.
Lynn Bogh Baldi announced her resignation as a board member from the San Gorgonio Memorial Heahtlcare District, for which she serves as secretary and treasurer, and from her position as treasurer of the San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital board.
- Suspect arrested in connection to local molestation case
- Banning assists in arrest of countywide robbery menace
- Banning suspected arrested for lewd conduct
- Farmer Boys bridges the gap for Sun Lakes residents in need of food assistance
- California announces its latest pandemic restrictions on businesses
- Rocks Delivered to Sun Lakes employees, Cal Fire and Banning Police
- After 14 years, Baldi to retire from hospital board
- Beaumont prepares a shopping cart ordinance
- Beaumont will soon add a few more fast-charging EV stations
- Calvary Christian grads urged to not fall in love with prosperity
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In response to the growing number of local coronavirus cases and sharply rising hospitalizations, county services will again be primarily offered through online methods, over the phone or by mail. The County Administrative Center, along with many other county buildings, will close to the pub…
The Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District will not increase compensation for its board of directors this year due to an economic downturn from the coronavirus pandemic, despite a split vote.
It is commonplace for family to visit their elderly family members at a skilled nursing facility; but perhaps a little less unlikely is a father and mother visiting their 27-year-old son at one.
Beaumont Police Department announced field-training officer Angela Chapparosa is the recipient of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 233 Officer of the Year Award.
Governor Gavin Newsom and the California Department of Public Health today released guidance directing counties that have been on the County Monitoring List for three consecutive days or more to close indoor operations for certain sectors which promote the mixing of populations beyond househ…
Public Health Officer Dr. Cameron Kaiser has ordered all bars in Riverside County closed to help slow the spread of coronavirus, which has seen a recent upswing in confirmed cases.
The San Gorgonio Pass Water Agency approved Lance Eckhart, currently the director of Basin Management and Resource Planning for the Mojave Water Agency, as its new general manager during its June 15 board meeting.
Harvest Corner, LLC barely escaped the wrath of Banning Mayor Daniela Andrade in approving a conditional use permit to open up a retail cannabis outfit in a former medical care business building.
H.E.L.P., Inc. food pantry and thrift store wishes to inform the community that as of yesterday, June 25 the nonprofit agency closed its operation for two weeks.
California Highway Patrol investigators arrested a CHP officer on suspicion of Workers’ Compensation Insurance Fraud and theft, said San Gorgonio Pass CHP Commander Captain Mike Alvarez.
Thousands of Riverside County residents will soon be contacted and asked to take part in a coronavirus antibody testing study being sponsored by county health officials.
As Riverside County continues to expand its coronavirus testing capabilities, health officials have formed a “mobile testing team” to serve targeted populations or communities.
Additional personal care businesses, including nail salons and body art shops, may reopen in Riverside County on Friday, June 19 with increased measures to slow the spread of coronavirus. These businesses are part of the state’s new guidance to include more industries in accelerated stage two.
United Lift, a rental assistance program coordinated between Riverside County, United Way of the Inland Valleys, and Lift To Rise, is launching this week with the goal of keeping 10,000 families and residents housed.
The Riverside County Department of Child Support Services (RivCoDCSS) will begin to see customers by appointment only as of Monday, June 15.
Riverside County health officials are urging residents to remember the importance of continuing safe health practices as the county passed 10,000 confirmed coronavirus cases as of June 11.
This week the Riverside County Board of Supervisors moved to provide up to $5 million in additional financial support to the nonprofit community, which are increasingly being stretched by higher demands for service and a reduction in revenue.
Sometime within the next couple of years travelers through Beaumont heading up and down Pennsylvania Avenue will experience some gridlock as the city gears up to widen the street — including beneath the freeway — making it a four-lane road.
On June 6, at 6:55 a.m., a Banning police officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 800 block of E. Ramsey St. in Banning.
The Coachella and Stagecoach music festivals, which were earlier postponed until October because of the growing spread of coronavirus, have been canceled for 2020.
As Riverside County continues to move to reopen its economy, county officials announced the types of businesses that may reopen tomorrow, June 12 as part of the state’s additional businesses now included in accelerated stage two.
Ongoing efforts to house vulnerable homeless residents are now paving the way for the county’s 100-Day Challenge to end senior homelessness.
The year 2020 marks the start of a new decade and it signals change. More and more parents of Latinx high school students want their children to succeed and they seek the help of role models in their communities to aid their children to go to college.
As Jan Spann shuffles through the recently cut grass of her front lawn, it almost seems as though clippings flutter away from her feet with each step.
When Beaumont City Councilman Lloyd White’s children were younger, he would take them to the public pool, affectionately referred to as “The Plunge” in August for swim lessons.
A fire in a commercial building in Banning Friday evening burned the roof of the structure and continued burning the structure for 49 minutes before firefighters extinguished the flames.