CONGRESS: Big changes in competitive San Bernardino County district
Start with an embattled congressman's sudden retirement. Then have three candidates step forward and try to keep the seat in Republican hands.
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Ask the Editor: Why can't I find it?
Mary from Sun City wrote in to ask a series of questions, but one of them in particular was shared by several other readers suggesting we list the current value of gold coins.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
The Malaysian Airlines Flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing
As I write , things look bad for Malaysian Airlines flight 370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, but nothing is known for sure.
REDLANDS: Parklets project could entice visitors to linger
Olive Avenue Market owners Missy Van Zeyl, left and Sonya Rozzi want to put in a parklet in front of their market in Redlands.
REDLANDS: Students introduced to career options
Colton High's Alexis Amador, left, and Citrus Valley High's Gerry Castillo listen to Redlands firefighter paramedic Steve Leverette talk about what it takes to become a firefighter during Career Information Day at Regional Occupational Program in Redlands on Friday.
State Senate: Five candidates running in special election
With more than two years left of his four-year term, Sen. Bill Emmerson, R-Redlands, unexpectedly resigned in December, citing a lack of passion for the job and his frustration with Sacramento.
Nursing homes file Chapter 11
A bevy of class-action lawsuits filed against nursing home operator Country Villa Health Services has led the company to strategically file for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
The List: Triangle's Wealthiest ZIP Codes
The area of Cary that includes the Regency Park neighborhood is one of the wealthiest ZIP codes in the 13-county Triangle area.
Redlands restaurant discovers the sandwich
Roberto Argentina, owner/chef of Farm Artisan Foods at 22 E. State Street, is launching a lunch menu in response to pleadings from downtown neighbors, friends and patrons.
REDLANDS: Police shut down drug drop box
A drop box for unwanted medication outside the Police Annex downtown Redlands has been removed because people were placing items in the box that were not allowed, including loose hypodermic needles that could have been dangerous.
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Superstition, witchcraft, murder and guilt: These are the “something evils” coming to A Noise Within in Pasadena when “Macbeth” opens Saturday.“It's an action ... A book signing for the release of “Servant God: The Cosmic Conflict Over God's Trustworthiness,” published by Loma Linda University Press, ... (more)
Wed Mar 05, 2014
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MONTCLAIR >> A broken piece of glass lies next to a few burnt matches on a bookshelf, remnants of items used to smoke some crack cocaine.
REDLANDS: A lesson in going green
Redlands takes pride in its green initiatives, which include changing streetlights to energy-efficient LEDs, switching its fleet of trash trucks to alternative fuels and encouraging the installation of solar panels atop warehouses.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Company Uses Cutting Edge Method to Fill Potholes
Next to traffic, potholes are probably the most troublesome aspects of driving in California.
REDLANDS: Grave robberies lead to two arrests
Two women were arrested on suspicion of stealing trinkets from grave sites at Hillside Memorial Park in Redlands, according to a police news release.
Cellphone Art Gallery: Jazz at Cafe Aroma tonight
Tuesday, March 4, is a big night for gifted young guitarist and Cellphone Art Gallery regular Sean Longstreet, who recently sent me a batch of creative iPhone shots.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
SCHOOLS: Volunteers salute Seuss by reading
Kim Vura, in her Cat In The Hat costume, reads Dr. Seuss' "The Tooth Book" to kindergartners at Tomas Rivera Elementary School on Monday, March 3. Volunteers shared the joy of reading as they fanned out to schools across the Inland area to celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday on Read Across America days.
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Mission Elementary in Redlands participates in Read Across America
REDLANDS >> Students at Mission Elementary School were among children district-wide and nationwide who participated in the National Education Association's “Read Across America Day” celebration, which is held annually on March 2, the birthday of the late author Dr. Seuss.