The Riverside Art Museum continues to connect the community through art and to look toward to the future. For over 50 years, the Riverside Art Museum has introduced the community to traditional and contemporary art through exhibitions of world-renowned artists as well as local and young aspiring artists.
IE is a weekly newsletter that lands in your inbox on Wednesdays. Subscribe here. Restaurants are caught in limbo this January. While looking for a way to move ahead, they are hindered by novel coronavirus shutdowns as well concerns for their customers and staff as COVID-19 surges in the Inland Empire.
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All San Bernardino County residents ages 65 and over are now able to get the coronavirus vaccine. Vaccine tiers (As of 1/14/21) We know that our seniors are the most vulnerable to serious illness and death if they contract COVID-19 and we want to get them vaccinated as quickly as possible,
Senior citizens in San Bernardino County can now get COVID-19 shots. The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors announced Thursday afternoon, Jan. 14, that all county residents age 65 and older are now eligible to get the coronavirus vaccine.
A shooting Thursday morning in an unincorporated area of Rialto left one person hospitalized, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department reported. At 10:39 a.m., deputies from the Fontana Sheriff’s Station responded to the report of suspicious circumstances in the 3600 block of Rosena Ranch Road.
Lake Elsinore’s No. 2 administrator will become the new city manager in March, the city announced. Assistant City Manager Jason Simpson will replace Grant Yates, who has led the city since November 2012 but is retiring at the end of February.
San Bernardino County got a much-needed break, with coronavirus cases dropping to their lowest in a week and hospitalizations going down slightly as health officials continue vaccinating healthcare workers.
While San Bernardino County is still in the first phase of its vaccine distribution plan, with only frontline health care workers eligible and most of them receiving the shot through their work, state-run health sites are offering the COVID-19 vaccine.