The City of San Bernardino celebrated the reopening of Second Street between Arrowhead Avenue and Mountain View Avenue on Tuesday, March 14, restoring vehicle and pedestrian traffic to a key downtown corridor. The road had been closed for three years for the demolition and reconstruction of the Second Street Bridge, which passes over Warm Creek and was found to have structural issues in 2020.
Assembly Majority Leader Reyes sworn in for fourth term at community-based ceremony in Fontana
Assembly Majority Leader Eloise Gómez Reyes marked the start of the 2023-24 legislative cycle at […]
New Rialto Mayor Pro Tem elected on the heels of a failed proposed new selection process￼
The city of Rialto appointed Councilman Andy Carrizales to be the city’s new Mayor Pro […]
San Bernardino names Charles McNeely as interim City Manager
The City of San Bernardino has announced that former City Manager Charles McNeely will return […]