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.”
San Bernardino and Riverside County Artists Are Eligible to Tap Into $3.8 Million by Creative Corps Inland SoCal, Apply Now
$3.8 million dollars will be made available, with grants ranging from $10,000 to $100,000 given directly to artists and community-based organizations to fund creative initiatives and projects that address the most pressing issues in the region, including public health and pandemic recovery, water and energy conservation, disaster preparedness and recovery, voter and civic participation, and social justice and community engagement.
Childhood Cancer Foundation’s Quarter-Rama Alleviates Estimated $833 Monthly Burden for Families Undergoing Treatment
According to a 2019 study by the American Cancer Society, families with a child undergoing cancer treatment can face an average of $833 per month in out-of-pocket expenses. These costs often lead to financial strain, with one parent frequently needing to quit work to care for their child.
Inland Empire Icon Dr. Ernest F. Garcia: A Legacy of Advocacy, Education, and Arts Remembered in His Passing
Dr. Garcia’s educational career began with an associate’s degree from San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC), where he majored in Spanish. His college career was interrupted by the Korean War, during which he served in the U.S. Air Force.