For Terrance Stone, a vision has been the foundation of his life. Stone’s vision turns young lives around every day. As founder of Young Visionaries Youth Leadership Academy, he worked to prevent youth violence,
Starting next year, what’s in your bank account won’t be the only limit on what you can give to a candidate for elected office in Riverside County government. That’s because a new state law will cap campaign contributions from individual donors to those running for supervisor or countywide offices such as sheriff and district attorney.
On its face, a $5.4 million infusion of federal cash so that San Bernardino can hire 13 more police officers should be welcome news. But for a city that’s struggled with budget issues for years, another side of the story can be sobering.
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Riverside and San Bernardino counties have too many new coronavirus cases to meet the state’s recommended criteria to reopen elementary schools, even under the new waiver system that state health officials announced Monday,
Fifty-nine more people died of complications related to coronavirus, almost triple the number of the last record one-day total, San Bernardino County data released Tuesday, Aug. 4, show. The last grim record was 21 new deaths,
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 High Desert Book Festival, which was to be held Sept. 26 at Hesperia Civic Plaza Park, has been canceled. This would have been the fifth year of the festival,