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.
The words emanating from the phone when Sean Michael McMurray answered a call from the sheriff’s office from a boy he molested haunts the victim’s mother to this day.
City Manager Doug Schulze has selected his former Bainbridge Island police chief Doug Hamner to be the next chief for the city of Banning.
For Saturdays and Sundays through the end of December, the Grand Oak restaurant will be open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and until 2 p.m. on Sundays with a festive brunch menu that include farm-to-table items such as Santa Buttermilk Pancakes and Norwegian Benedict egg dishes.
As part of its Customer Appreciation Day, Pass Transit is providing fare-free rides today, Black Friday, on any Beaumont transit bus, including its Route 1, which hits the Cabazon outlets, Casino Morongo and Walmart.
Russ Bogh eked out a narrow win over competitor Jeff Hewitt, based on early election results for the Riverside County Fifth District Supervisor race to succeed retiring supervisor Marion Ashley.
The two candidates endorsed by the Record Gazette for the District 4 and District 5 city council representatives have won their seats.
A Banning man was arrested Wednesday for lewd acts involving a minor and rape of an adult female, according to the Banning Police Department.
A handful of city council candidates made initial public appearances during a Banning, San Gorgonio Pass Chamber of Commerce-sponsored candidates forum held at city hall on Sept. 19 and 20.
A newly reorganized PassEDA, or Pass Economic Development Agency, hosted a city managers forum Wednesday morning at Morongo Golf Course at Tukwet Canyon, featuring movers and shakers of the region.
A Beaumont man was arrested Tuesday for multiple counts of possession of child pornography and possession of child pornography involving a child under the age of 12.
The City Council of the City of Banning is accepting applications to fill one seat on the Planning Commission due to the resignation of Henry Aldredge.
At the start of what would have been his fourth year with Banning Unified School District, recently promoted Dean of Students at Nicolet Middle School Charles Mayer has been placed on unpaid administrative leave following his arrest last Friday for attempting to solicit sex with what he thought was a 14-year-old boy.
A man who is credited for having hemmed the hemorrhaging of city managers in Bainbridge Island, a city just across Elliott Bay from Seattle, has been picked as Banning’s newest city manager, and is scheduled to start in Banning on Oct. 8.
Two years ago, Beaumont Mayor Mike Lara told the audience at the State of the City address that the city was going through a tough time.
It is not unusual at Banning school board meetings to see groups of teachers stand up to politely protest their compensation and perceived treatment.
At the April 28 school board meeting, Central Elementary School teacher David Larson accused district administration of not being honest.
Wednesday morning, on the first day of school teachers started their workweek with an unpaid three-day unfair labor practices strike.
At an informational meeting the night before, held in a packed room of mostly concerned parents at The Farm’s House restaurant Tuesday evening, Banning Teachers Association President Anthony Garcia explained that a strike had been authorized by 70 percent of the union’s 250 or so members Monday afternoon.
If residents get themselves to the polls in the November election, they can guarantee their electric rates to remain the same for another three years.
A respected former International Association of Chiefs of Police Officer of the Year in Fontana has been approached to fill in as the latest interim police chief for the city of Banning.
Police have arrested the two men who allegedly shot and stabbed multiple people during a robbery at a Banning medical marijuana dispensary.
Banning’s revenues are projected to climb 10.4 percent in the coming fiscal year, credited to an improving economy and planned development within the city.
Lower-income residents in Banning may be eligible for various home improvement grants and down payment assistance for home purchases, now that the city has approved more than $600,000 for distribution over the next couple of years.
The San Gorgonio Integrated Regional Water Management Plan has received a nod of support from the city of Banning, which approved a resolution at its June 12 meeting, enabling the city to apply for grant funding from the organization.
Beaumont residents will see an increase in their sewer bills over the next five years to cover the cost of treating the 3.3. million gallons of water used every day in Beaumont.
Banning has approved a community facilities district that will encompass the 1,500 plus-acre lot across the street from San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital, along Highland Springs Avenue.
Retired Beaumont Police Officer Joshua Galbraith spoke to the Beaumont City Council June 5 on behalf of the Police Officers Association to let the city know that they have been waiting for more than a decade for a pay raise and full staffing while other city departments have seen salary increases and additional staff.
More than 130 classified employees from the Beaumont Unified School District showed up at the May 22 school board meeting to voice their displeasure about being treated like “second-class citizens” by the district.
There isn’t a city department in Banning that couldn’t use a helping hand, and the pressure to keep a city running seamlessly increases as a giant gap in the city’s budget widens further, to the tune of falling more than $3 million short of funding requirements.
Aaminah Artiaga, a 16-year-old sophomore at Beaumont High School who plans to major in photography and design at New York University, was named Miss Beaumont 2018 Saturday night during the annual pageant at the Chatigny Center in Beaumont.
Tired of the startling crackle, pop and snaps of fireworks throughout the year that drive pets into a frenzy, Banning brought forth an amendment to its municipal code this week that people within the city may think twice about before celebrating its passage with fireworks, which are prohibit…
After a decade of service to the San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital board of directors, Dr. Jerilynn Kaibel resigned from the board due to health reasons, shortly before the board was scheduled to remove her.
Beaumont Mayor Nancy Carroll and Mayor Pro-tem Julio Martinez were served with letters of intent to recall them from office at Tuesday night’s city council meeting.
In the wake of the resignation of Banning’s beloved former chief Alex Diaz, the city appointed Lt. Robert Fisher to replace him for the time being.
The Beaumont-Cherry Valley Recreation and Park District has approved imposing a one-time development impact fee on new housing in Beaumont and Cherry Valley to recover costs of providing public facilities and mitigating the impact on those developments.
Beaumont will discuss the controversial sanctuary city law at its next council meeting on April 17 after more than a half-dozen residents voiced their opinions at the April 3 meeting.
Residents filled the Beaumont city council chambers Feb. 6, for a workshop on land use alternatives that has prompted strong reactions from citizens over the mix of retail, commercial and industrial development throughout the city.