Joined on stage by new co-owners and publishers Denise Berver and Manny Sandoval, Macias Harrison handed over the spotlight to share their thoughts. Sandoval emphasized the importance of community news, remarking, “Our community is in that in-between space – we’re not necessarily Los Angeles, and we’re not necessarily the low desert. Therefore, major news companies only cover our region during critical incidents or fires. That is why community news organizations, like IECN, are so important.”
Author: Manny Sandoval
Pilot Travel Center Hosts Energetic Grand Opening in Rialto, Tax Revenue Boost is Expected
The Travel Center includes impressive features designed to cater to the needs of both residents and long-haul truck drivers. The facility has 14 gas and eight diesel pumps, ensuring an ample fuel supply for many vehicles. Additionally, the center provides 92 parking spots, ensuring convenience and accessibility for travelers.
SBPD Expands Presence and Announces Operation Restore Downtown Hope
The SBPD’s “Operation Restore Downtown Hope” initiative, which aims to tackle blight and quality of life issues, was also discussed during the event. Sgt. McKenna shared her experiences in the Meadowbrook area, where tents and debris had accumulated. She described the department’s efforts in connecting with the individuals and reaching out to provide resources.
Inland Empire Community News Ushers in a New Era of Ownership and Collaboration with KVCR, Preserving its Legacy and Embracing Modernization
The San Bernardino publication known as Inland Empire Community News was launched as El Chicano more than 55 years ago. At a special event on Friday, May 12 in the KVCR TV studio, commemorating the publication changing ownership, co-founder and co-owner, Gloria Macias Harrison described why and how it all got started.