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As the world adjusts to a new normal, it is important that everyone does their part to give back to the local community. Drain Experts, a local plumbing company in Rancho Cucamonga, CA, has been doing its part to help the local community that they love,
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Sports Illustrated
The UW player's challenge is to add or maintain his minutes at a highly competitive position. He fills a specific role.
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MLB
“My full expectation is that we will start at USC, and then at some point, when students start potentially arriving on campus, we’re looking into, most likely, going to Rancho [Cucamonga, home of the Dodgers’ Class A affiliate] at that point in time, ...
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The Architect's Newspaper
The Boring Company has been selected to dig the newest airport loop between Rancho Cucamonga to the Ontario International Airport in California.
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Los Angeles Times
Graduation is not quite the same this year. At high school and college processions, the annual rite is now done by car in the time of the coronavirus. COVID versions of commencements were on ...
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Sacramento Bee
They’ve resisted the stay-at-home order, denounced contact tracing as government control and disregarded a statewide mask mandate.
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Credit Union Insight
As credit union branches closed in response to the COVID-19 health crisis in March and April, members’ primary interaction with credit unions was occurring either via the drive-thru or the ATM. “People felt safe using an ATM because there was no physical contact with a teller and they were able to maintain social distancing,
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Los Angeles Times
Andrew Friedman wouldn't disclose the number of people who tested positive for coronavirus, but did say that at least one is a Dodgers player. He said none had “problematic” symptoms.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
LifeStream Blood Bank and the American Red Cross have community blood drives scheduled June 26 through June 29 in Chino, Upland, Fontana and Rancho Cucamonga. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, both organizations require all blood donors to wear a face covering and submit to a temperature check,
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ESPN
Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman confirmed in a virtual chat Thursday that some members of the organization tested positive for COVID-19, but he did not say whether any of them were active players.
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SB Nation on MSN.com
We will be profiling Arizona soccer’s returning players before they return to campus in July. The previous renditions can be found here. Next up: sophomore Mariah Dunn. It’s hard to find someone who’s won more club soccer games than Mariah Dunn.
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Champion Newspapers
A 29-year-old Chino Hills man is facing a robbery charge after trying to steal an employee’s cell phone Thursday morning during a dispute about being told to wear a mask
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Fontana Herald News
A man has been arrested in connection with a three-vehicle traffic collision which resulted in the death of a young woman in Rancho Cucamonga last year, according to the San
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Fontana Herald News
Two 17-year-old male juveniles from Rancho Cucamonga were arrested on charges of robbery, conspiracy to commit a crime, and the use of a caustic chemical for purposes other than self
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Los Angeles Times
Check out these bike paths along San Fernando Road, Santa Clara River, Santa Ana River, Aliso Creek and five more local destinations.
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News Mirror
As we approach the 4th of July holiday, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department encourages the public to be responsible and safe over Independence Day Weekend by not driving impaired.
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