Redlands Local Business
Local business in Redlands, CA
Tuesday Sep 16 | via Electric Energy Online
Edison International announced the appointment of new leaders at two subsidiaries, Southern California Edison and Edison Energy. Ronald L. Litzinger, who has led SCE since 2011, will become president of Edison Energy, the holding company for Edison International's competitive businesses in emerging sectors of the electric industry. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 16 | via Redlands Daily Facts
Robert Wallace leaves a room with a patient during a fire simulation on Tuesday at Loma Linda University Medical Center. The one-day Disaster Shooter Training Course is designed to specifically teach health care professionals the fundamentals of focused disaster planning and advanced knowledge of an active shooter situation. Comment?
Friday Sep 12 | via Redlands Daily Facts
REDLANDS >> A little taste of Germany can be found at Sylvan Park next Saturday, as the Optimist Club plans to hold its annual Oktoberfest celebration. The event - which will run from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. - will feature a variety of activities available to all ages. Comment?
Friday Sep 12 | via The Atlantic
Yesterday Marketplace had a very thorough story about Allentown's effort to revive its downtown, and I did a teaser for a series of posts we'll start next week. If you check the Marketplace link , you can read a great overview by Tommy Andres of the city's predicament and plans. Comment?
Thursday Sep 11 | via The Press-Enterprise
RiversideArtsCouncil.com and sign up for the 15 Favorite Things to Do in Riverside to receive weekly updates on arts events. As the owner of a public relations firm, an event planner and a theatrical director, Murrieta resident Missie Van Bebber finds it surprisingly easy to draw parallels between the diverse areas of her life. Comment?
Saturday Sep 6 | via Redlands Daily Facts
REDLANDS >> Perhaps you've noticed the El Burrito restaurant on Colton Avenue, with its vivid, red paint and two tall stands of cactus framing the squat, square building, El Burrito virtually shouts the words “non-chain,” and “unique,” which is just the way its owner, Ted Nece, wants it. That uniqueness even extends to the change customers receive at El Burrito, which often comes in the form of one of those now, rarely seen Kennedy half dollars. Comment?
Saturday Sep 6 | via Lake Elsinore Valley News
If life went as planned Maggie the daughter of a local pastor would have spent Labor Day weekend running around, giggling, and playing with her grandparents and siblings. Instead, she lays quietly in a medically induced coma with the sounds of machines beeping. Comment?
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