Paul Melzer, a 55-year-old Redlands man who works for the Wildlands Conservancy, poses near the conservancy on Wednesday, April 24, 2013.
Emily Taylor, 18, wipes a tear as she speaks of her father Keith E. Taylor, who was killed in Iraq and a University of Redlands alum.
The state's independent budget analyst said Friday that California will take in $3.2 billion more in tax revenue than Gov.
Redlands Community Hospital is memorializing the thousands of babies born at the hospital in the past five years on "Oh Baby Day" by inviting them to come get their photos taken.
Albertson's has been added to the list of local businesses and community members promoting the city's 125th anniversary.
Forty-five crosses were placed on the lawn Friday at University of Redlands as part of a memorial service for fallen servicemembers.
Chapel Singers and Madrigal Singers will perform in a joint choral concert Monday, May 20 at the University of Redlands.
Learn about tennis skills from instructor and coach Tony Haig when he speaks before the Inland Empire Debating Society at 4 p.m. Sunday, May 19, at Denny's Restaurant, 1180 Alabama Ave.
In December, the school board declared a "negative certification" for the district budget, meaning it may not be able to meet expenses next year.
As the season for graduation parties approaches, Inland law-enforcement agencies are stepping up enforcement of social-host ordinances that threaten fines and jail time for adults who allow underage revelers to drink alcohol.
The Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission meets at 4:00 today . This is one of the items on the agenda: Now, the commission won't be making a final decision about the study.
The Kodiak Patrol of Boy Scout Troop 11 of Redlands won the highest award in the 39th annual Pop Nye Camporee.
Ronaldo Fierro, left, owner of the Salted Pig in downtown Riverside, stands with Austin Amento, owner of Augie's Coffeehouse in Redlands, in front of Fierro's restaurant on Wednesday, May 14, 2013.
A group of volunteers is set to make the trek up the mountain on Sunday, May 19 and come back down with the solar lights that have been illuminating the letter at night, weather permitting.
Reporter Greg Cappis' front page story in Sunday's Daily Facts might lead readers to believe that health and safety violations at the city's California Street landfill are rampant and that staff has done little or nothing to correct these issues.