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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Disneyland coronavirus closure could stretch to June with attendance slump through 2021, analysts warn Saddleback Church Pastor Rick Warren’s Easter message during coronavirus pandemic on faith that works when life doesn’t Inmate, another San Bernardino County deputy test positive for coronavirus 80 inmates, 55 sheriff’s workers in ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Shuttered Los Angeles-area card casinos and cities that rely on the revenues they generate are appealing for state and federal assistance as the coronavirus pandemic continues. Hawaiian Gardens is especially hard hit as nearly 70% of the city’s general fund comes from sales tax revenue and card club fees generated by The Gardens Casino. The ...
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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Gold Crest Industries of Ontario, maker of patio chair cushions and awnings, has re-tooled its shop to make cloth and disposable masks.
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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Inland Empire inflation fell to 2.3% in March vs. 3% two months earlier, another sign of the economic impact of coronavirus as costs fell for gasoline and apparel. The Consumer Price Index for Riverside and San Bernardino counties showed local inflation looks high compared with elsewhere in the region.
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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Some employees choose to self-quarantine but patients at Cedar Mountain Post-Acute Rehabilitation still need care.
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  • Los Angeles Times
    Three more employees with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department have tested positive for the coronavirus, doubling the number of people in the agency infected as the death toll among residents grew across the Inland Empire. One of the three new cases is a detective assigned to a patrol station who has been off work for the last two ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    The situation is much the same in the two shelters run by San Bernardino County. The Devore shelter had 23 animals — including a black-and-white pig — most of which were strays that can be adopted if their owners don’t retrieve them. Big Bear had three animals, all strays. “Not only are more people considering adopting, they’re home ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    In Riverside County, 65.3% of students qualify, or 280,021 students. In San Bernardino County, it’s 71.7% or 288,979 students. And that’s before the pandemic and resulting orders to stay home and shelter in place led to record unemployment, pushing more California families into food insecurity, the official term for not being able to ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Councilmembers will also be allowed to attend the meeting remotely via telephone. Coronavirus in Redlands: COVID-19 coverage from The Redlands Daily Facts San Bernardino County reports 17 new coronavirus cases, one more death After coronavirus outbreak at Colton nursing home, San Bernardino County issues new orders 51 residents, 6 staff at ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    A crash on an overpass flung chunks of concrete and other debris onto the 91 Freeway in west Riverside Friday, prompting the California Highway Patrol to partially close the artery while crews cleaned up the mess. A tow truck plowed into the side of the Buchanan Street overcrossing just before noon, hurtling pieces of the railing and other ...
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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    The Riverside County Transportation Commission, which operates the lanes in Corona, voted this week to temporarily drop the maintenance fees, retroactive to March 1, while the coronavirus pandemic rages and traffic has fallen as a result of stay-at-home orders.
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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Restaurant inspections during coronavirus. Due to the state’s order to limit activity during the coronavirus outbreak, health departments in Riverside and San Bernardino countie
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    Coronavirus: Here’s how small the enemy is and how it attacks Inland Empire looks eerily empty because of coronavirus Riverside County allows drive-up religious services for Easter weekend Amid stay-at-home orders, a Southern California shelter runs out of pets San Bernardino County sees another coronavirus death, 81 more cases The location ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    Drive-thru coronavirus testing site set for Lake Perris fairgrounds Riverside County now at 1,350 coronavirus cases; deaths rise to 39 USC women’s tennis player Eryn Cayetano keeps giving during coronavirus pandemic Cal State San Bernardino student prints face shields to fight coronavirus Disney delays opening of new Marvel Avengers Campus ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    Stater Bros. Markets on Friday said it will continue to pay its workers $2 hourly raises through May 3 as the state remains under shelter-in-place orders. The San Bernardino-based chain said the wage incentive is for all of the company’s hourly employees who work in the stores, distribution, transportation, corporate offices and construction.
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