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  • YAHOO!
    The NFF works with the Angeles, Sierra and San Bernardino National Forests to pursue wildfire mitigation and resilience projects that protect communities and infrastructure from future wildfires, enhance preparedness and wildfire response, and improve overall forest health. Specific work includes forest maintenance across 50 acres of the ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    When Beahta Davis first toured San Bernardino County’s parks, she saw what she’s liked about parks since her teenage years in Michigan — camping, fishing and their ties to local history. “Everything about each one of these parks that I have, whether I’m talking about the trail, whether I’m talking about the preserve — any of the ...
  • Ainonline.com
    We still plan to have 50 FBOs operational by the end of 2020.” Jetex operates two FBOs in the U.S., at Opa Locka Airport near Miami, Florida, and at San Bernardino International Airport, California, but says it is not looking to take up further FBO opportunities in the U.S. “We have an operations center in Miami with a team working 24/7 to ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    In 2015, however, four companies – Tesoro Logistic Operations, Equilon Enterprises, SFPP and Phillips 66 – required to pay the tax contended in San Bernardino County Superior Court that Measure U was not an annual business license tax as presented, but a “disguised” real property tax untethered to their business activity in town.
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Back when Court Commissioner H. George Taylor and wife LyndaTaylor were killed by shotgun blasts in the driveway of their Rancho Cucamonga home, Dean led the investigation as a San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department homicide sergeant. His team never found a suspect in the killings and the cold case remains open. “That’s a case that ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    They commiserate about friends and family who have been evicted, and about how far the drive is to their new homes in San Bernardino or Palmdale or Lancaster. In the chair, sometimes customers talk about things they don’t ever talk about, Mendoza said, because for many a haircut is the only chance they get to sit still and think. It’s the ...
  • GlobeSt.com
    Your article was successfully shared with the contacts you provided. Harbor Associates has partnered with Taconic Capital Advisors to acquire a five-property office portfolio in San Bernardino for $41.7 million. Located in the Tri City Corporate Center, the portfolio totals 368,000 square feet and is collectively 55% leased. The buildings range ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    An early morning crash in Moreno Valley left a motorcyclist dead on Saturday, Oct. 19. The crash happened at about 12:37 a.m. along Alessandro Boulevard, west of Elsworth Street, Riverside County Sheriff’s Department officials said in a statement. The person who died was headed east. The motorcycle involved in the collision struck a vehicle ...
  • KTLA
    A type of online attack known as “ransomware” has hobbled the San Bernardino City Unified School District’s computer system, authorities announced Sunday. “A ransomware attack has directly impacted the (SBCUSD) computer network and has locked access to District files,” district officials said via social media. “We are working non ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    The San Bernardino City Unified School District announced Sunday it had been hit with a ransomware attack that locked access to computer files. A ransomware attack has directly impacted the @SB_CitySchools computer network and has locked access to District files. We are working non-stop to correct the problem. pic.twitter.com/NfyrAxp8AJ “A ...
  • The National Interest
    The Third Fleet commander kept his fast battleships with his carrier task forces to pursue and pummel the Northern Force rather than leave them behind to guard the San Bernardino Strait, the gateway to Leyte Gulf for Admiral Takeo Kurita and his Center Force. Mayhem ensued on the morning of October 25 when the Center Force, built around the ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    It includes the more common creosote bush and rare plants, such as the purple-nerve Spring parsley and San Bernardino milkvetch. Volunteers log the plant’s size and location so the land trust can track the seeds back to their original source. If seeds are ever needed for restoration, the organization could match that seed to the site’s ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    I recently spent a night in a motel whose décor included lots and lots of plants – in the reception area, the lobby, the hallways, and the rooms. The plants were without blemish – but they were artificial. There is definitely a trend in this direction and I suppose it’s just a matter of time until outdoor décor will include artificial ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    “It isn’t the first time a varsity coach has stepped down during the season at the school. “No other school in the area (eastern Los Angeles County, Riverside County or San Bernardino County) has this track history of coaches leaving, not even those who continually lose. How much longer will the school board put up with this?.”
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    LAKE ELSINORE — A pedestrian was fatally struck by a vehicle Saturday night in Lake Elsinore, authorities said. The crash was reported at 8:48 p.m. at Riverside Drive/Highway 74 and Joy Street, according to the Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department. Highway 74 was open Sunday morning, according to the Caltrans road information web site ...

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