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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Editor’s note: Joe Blackstock will soon complete 20 years of writing about local history in the Inland Empire. This column originally published Sept. 13, 2004. Is there no more pathetic group of human beings than office workers staring in quiet ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Wilhoite spent the last 25 years of her life in Upland and served as head of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union in San Bernardino County. She was one of three women who one day in 1901 helped bust the illicit saloons in the famed crusade against alcohol.
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    MORENO VALLEY — The Riverside County coroner’s office Saturday released the names of three men and one woman killed in a street-racing crash that injured a fifth victim on the westbound Moreno Valley (60) Freeway in Moreno Valley. Two victims were ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    Kevin Richard Fryer, 34, and Irma Fryer, 35, were taken into custody Thursday evening after they were visited by investigators at their home in the 9800 block of Forest Court and interviewed by a detective from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window) Click to print (Opens in new window) Members of the Riverside Police Department’s Post-Release Accountability ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Idyllwild Strong, a small group of young, enterprising Idyllwilders, organized the Cranston Fire Benefit Festival, held Aug. 17-19, 2018, to support fire victims and businesses in Idyllwild, after a fire started by an arsonist threatened our lives. It was ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    For nearly 30 years, Black Roses have become prized symbols of community service — acknowledgements to keep close to the heart. On Sept. 14, the San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation will honor some unsung heroes dedicated to improving the lives of ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    A brush fire in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains grew to 125 acres by Saturday morning, as smoke from the blaze drifted into other parts of the county. At least 150 fire personnel, aided by two air tankers and a helicopter, were battling the ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    As a seller of commercial real estate, you’ve typically got three goals: dispose of your property for the most possible dollars in the shortest period of time, with the fewest contingencies. Simple, right? Yes, very. However, the execution — AKA “the ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    Johnstone has a bachelor’s degree in vocational education from Cal State San Bernardino and a master’s degree from the Naval Postgraduate School. Corona city spokeswoman Brittany Ritzi Foust refused to provide Johnstone’s age, calling it “confident ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    More than 1,000 children in San Bernardino and Riverside counties have been paired with a big brother or big sister each year since the local chapter opened nearly five years ago. But O’Farrell said the need for mentors is outpacing the number of ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    They’ve yet to break California away from America, but leaders of the state’s quixotic secession movement are already talking about a nation within their new nation. Yes California, the group behind the as-yet-unsuccessful effort to put “CalExit ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    A Highland-based organization promotes a culture of supporting fathers and helping men create tighter bonds with their children. After 20 years working for Children and Family Services, Ryan Berryman decided to tackle what he felt was one of the largest ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    DETROIT — Former presidents and preachers joined a parade of pop stars Friday in a singing, hip-swaying, piano-pounding farewell to Aretha Franklin, remembering the Queen of Soul as a powerful force for musical and political change and a steadfast friend ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    A group of Stanford University linguists is seeking lifelong Redlanders to participate in a project that studies language usage across the state. Native Californians use different speech patterns, pronunciations and expressions depending on where they live ...

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