Beaver Medical Group is moving in to its new Urgent Care Center and state-of-the-art medical facility at the Sundance Corporate Center at 839 N. Highland Springs Ave.
The Apple Fire Unified Command will host a community meeting tonight at 6 p.m. at the Morongo Valley Community Center, 11165 Vale Dr., Morongo Valley, CA to update the public on the latest fire behavior, suppression tactics and possible evacuations and closures.
Gov. Gavin Newsom has announced that the state has secured a Fire Management Assistance Grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to help ensure the availability of resources to fight the Apple Fire burning in Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
Now that Beaumont has received $635,569 in CARES Act funding to offset payroll and payroll-related expenses for Beaumont Police Department, the city wishes to pass along those savings as part of a Business Assistance Program.
The evacuation warning in Riverside County has been expanded to include:the area east of Whitewater, north of Interstate 10, West of Highway 62, and south of the San Bernardino County line.
Effective immediately the evacuation orders for the following areas in Riverside County are lifted: all areas east of Oak Glen Road in Riverside County; all areas west of Potrero Road and north of Wilson Street in Riverside County.
The Apple Fire is continuing to spread to the north across the head of the Mill Creek Canyon, and east into the San Gorgonio Wilderness, authorities said Tuesday.
Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District provided water from district recharge ponds to firefighting helicopters working to contain the Apple fire.
- New evacuation warnings for Riverside county
- Mandatory evacuation ordered for Banning residents due to Apple Wildfire
- Some Beaumont property owners will save in property taxes
- Changes in Apple fire evacuation orders effective immediately
- Apple fire at 26,450 acres, flames burn through dry vegetation in San Gorgonio Wilderness
- Apple fire at more than 20,000 acres, 0% containment
- The Lakes extra cautious after resident tests positive for COVID-19
- Apple fire continues to spread northeast in San Gorgonio Wilderness
- Apple fire grows to 15,000 acres, burns at 12% containment
- Apple fire scorches 1,900 acres
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The Apple fire has burned over 20,516 acres with no containment, San Bernardino National Forest authorities said, a reversal from an earlier assessment of 12% containment.
Nearly 8,000 people were ordered to evacuate as firefighters continue battling the Apple Fire on Sunday that has burned 15,000 acres at 12% containment in Cherry Valley and surrounding areas.
Daniel Job had just left Lithopass, the commercial printing business he has owned for less than two years, around 10:45 p.m. the evening of July 22.
San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital has acquired six ventilators in the past few weeks, courtesy of a donation through the nonprofit San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital Foundation.
Economic data from June that has been trickling through depicts a steady jobs picture, though a lot of that data started to accumulate before Gov. Gavin Newsom shut down a lot of the services sectors at the start of July.
Job seekers from all around the Coachella Valley and nearby are invited to join Agua Caliente Casino Cathedral City for their job fair being held on Monday, July 27 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Mary Pickford Theater at 36850 Pickfair St. in Cathedral City.
University of California, Riverside professor of psychology Kate Sweeny has studied China’s quarantine that precipitated the coronavirus pandemic, which has been in the forefront of the United States for the past few weeks.
As communities throughout California’s inland southern region experience devastating wildfires, droughts, and extreme heat, a new regional collaborative launches to coordinate and accelerate local responses to climate change. This new collaborative comes at a critical time when the impacts o…
In the upcoming March primary election, Beaumont-area voters will decide whether Beaumont Unified School District can sell bonds up to $98 million to renovate, upgrade and repair aging infrastructure and construct buildings, classrooms, and school labs.
Banning resident David Palmer was one of two recent DeVry University graduates to be honored with the People’s Choice Award at the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Global Humanitarian Technology Conference.
Last Saturday at the Malki Museum, Lorene Sisquoc, a member of the Fort Sill Apache tribe, gave a presentation on the history and impact Indian schools had on generations of Native Americans across the United States.
On Jan. 22 parents of Banning High School students were alerted via their ParentSquare messaging system that “alleged threats are under investigation” against the school, insisting that “At this time Banning PD has determined that there is no credible threat.”
Homelessness, taxes and the role of government in various aspects of life and business were among the topics discussed by four senatorial candidates who appeared at a forum Tuesday evening at the University of Redlands.
On Dec. 9 Loma Linda University International Heart Institute performed its 500th TAVR procedure (transcatheter aortic valve replacement), which allowed a 68-year-old grandmother to go home for the holidays.
Matt Chacon, a regular fixture at the Station Tap House Bar and Grill in Banning, was already a beer or two in before he noticed the shirt that the man he had been chatting with was wearing.
A night of comedy, good food and raising money to feed the hungry were the ingredients for a thrilling event last Saturday night during the Carol’s Kitchen fundraiser in the Morongo Tukwet Canyon Clubhouse in Beaumont.
A petition to recall Banning city councilman David Happe has been rejected by the city for failing to meet requirements in the Elections Code.
At a Beaumont Chamber of Commerce-sponsored event, Economist John Husing talked about population growth, along with job forecasts and careers of the future during his annual Pass Area Region Economic presentation last Friday at Morongo Tukwet Canyon.
Marking his first anniversary of helming the city of Banning, City Manager Doug Schulze discussed elements of success when it comes to “good governance” during the State of the City luncheon hosted at Sun Lakes Country Club last Thursday.
Hundreds of folks from around the Pass area, and even beyond, gathered together at the Highland Springs Avenue overcrossing to see the spectacle of the Union Pacific Railway’s 4014 Big Boy steam-powered locomotive on Tuesday.
The Morongo Band of Mission Indians conducted a surprise emergency drill on Wednesday, Oct. 16 to practice safely evacuating students from the three Morongo Indian Reservation school campuses in the face of a simulated intruder threatening the facilities.
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.
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.
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.
Laboratory Director Dr. Errin Rider looked through the dust-covered windows at the newly installed steel beams poking up from the ground outside her office.
Senator Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga) and nonprofit group Building Resilient Communities will once again partner for a seventh year to host the "Ark of Safety Forum" for emergency preparedness on Thursday, Oct. 10, in San Bernardino.
The city of Banning is accepting applications for the 2020-21 Community Development Block Grant Program, funded by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
The Banning Chamber of Commerce is accepting reservations and sponsorships for the annual State of the City address to be held Thursday, Oct. 10 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Sun Lakes Country Club.