Saturday, June 24, 2017

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– Paulo Coelho

OP-ED

Expansion of CalEITC will lift IE families out of poverty.

The Inland Empire is one of the fastest growing regions in the country and will likely remain so for years to come. UC Riverside’s...

LETTERS

National Endowment for the Arts vital to our community

I am an artist, an arts educator, and an arts administrator, currently serving as the Executive Director of Arts Connection, the arts council for...

Chairmanship: Accomplishments and Lessons Learned

This month marked the end of my tenure as the Chairman for the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors. It was an honor to...

Sierra Club Endorses Randall Macias Ceniceros for San Bernardino Municipal Water District Division II

This week, the Sierra Club proudly endorsed Randall Macias Ceniceros as its candidate in the race for San Bernardino Municipal Water District Division II. The...

Sierra Club Endorses Ana Gonzalez for Rialto City Clerk

This week, the Sierra Club proudly endorsed Ana Gonzalez as its candidate in the race for Rialto City Clerk. As we continue our struggle...

Addressing Chronic Homelessness in San Bernardino County

None of us are immune from the possibility of ending up with less than what we woke up with. Homelessness has become a chronic...

Aguilar: Top priority is growing the middle class

My top priority has always been growing the Inland Empire’s middle class. That’s why I started my first term in Congress by hosting jobs...

EDITORIAL

“It’s all about the kids” Boys & Girls Club marks 50th...

Ask P.T. McEwen anything about the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Redlands-Riverside and the club CEO will answer in one phrase: “It’s all about...

Letter snafu a violation of transparency

“The San Bernardino City Council invites the public to comment regarding a proposed letter to be sent to President Donald Trump in hopes of...

Puppies, cellphones, booze: New California laws for 2017

We’re almost a week into the new year, have you broken the law yet? With 2017 came a new set of California laws — 898...

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