Candy, surprises and fun in store for Halloween Hi-Jinks in Rialto

By Yazmin Alvarez The City of Rialto is up to its old tricks again and planning a night of fun and games for its annual Halloween Hi-Jinks. This year’s...

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Thousands get involved at RUSD Parent Summit

By Yazmin Alvarez Parent and community involvement continues to hold strong in the efforts of creating successful students in Rialto’s school district. And the cheers and excitement over school...

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Live demos, music set for DTR Artwalk in Redlands

By Yazmin Alvarez The DTR Artwalk in Redlands is back and bigger than ever. Dozens of local artists will set up shop throughout the downtown area from noon to...

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SBCUSD Passes Resolution to begin Negotiations with Omnitrans

By Anthony Victoria The San Bernardino Unified School District passed a resolution on Tuesday October 21 to move forward in discussions with Omnitrans to remove Liquid Natural Gas and...

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HSSBV Casino Night raises thousands in support of furry friends

By Yazmin Alvarez Gamblers didn’t have to drive to Las Vegas to get lucky last weekend. Instead they headed out to the Humane Society of San Bernardino Valley, in...

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Vietnam War veteran finds therapy through Art

By Anthony Victoria Tom Fontanes remembers fondly growing up in a Puerto Rican family from the Bronx, New York in the 1950’s and 60’s. As a young man, he...

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Immaculate Conception Church offers free meals every Tuesday to residents in need

By Anthony Victoria It may be safe to say that one of the most successful outreach programs in the city of Colton is the Dinner Hour Ministry. Sponsored by...

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Colton Mayoral candidates strive for improvement of economy and job sector

By Anthony Victoria Two men, current Colton councilmember Frank A. Gonzales and community advocate Richard De La Rosa, are vying for the city’s biggest seat. As longlife residents and...

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SB school district offers numerous resources for homeless students

By MJ Duncan There is an astounding 2,800 – 3,400 homeless students within the San Bernardino City Unified School District, which is high compared to similar-sized school districts, said...

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