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Victorville Daily Press
two Metrolink lines and multiple activity centers from Pomona to Rancho Cucamonga. Significant funding also comes from Measure I, a half-cent sales tax approved by county voters – first in 1989 and again in 2004. Over those years, Measure I has funded ...
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MLB
The Dodgers have had more regular-season success in the past decade than any other team in MLB. Over the past two seasons alone, Los Angeles has won 217 regular-season games. Of course, the Dodgers now need to find a way to be successful in the postseason,
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Culver City News
They use the only public pool in Culver City at Vets Park. The elder Nestor was the head coach for 38 years and Junior was his assistant and for the past 10 years the roles have reversed. Nestor Jr. is the head coach,
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Last year was Southern California’s slowest in 14 years, with home sales at their fourth-lowest level in records dating back to 1988.
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San Gabriel Valley Tribune on MSN.com
Jan. 26—2022 was the year of the "big shift" for Southern California's housing market, starting out last January with quick sales and rising prices, then abruptly freezing up amid soaring interest rates.
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KLAS Las Vegas on MSN.com
Rating not available Ed Haynes, Henderson, offensive line, 6-3, 265, Liberty High School ★★★ Maxwell Peterson, Corona, California, defensive line, 6-4, 305, Eleanor Roosevelt High School (Rancho Cucamonga, California). ★★★ Charlie Williams ...
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YAHOO!News
A woman was arrested on suspicion of being under the influence of a controlled substance and trying to assault a deputy.
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Yahoo
During an attempted traffic stop, a 40-year-old suspect on probation fled from deputies and later crashed his vehicle into a tree in Victorville. The Victorville Sheriff’s Station reported that at around 8:17 p.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
“We have students who live over on the border of Rancho Cucamonga and Ontario and as far as south of Riverside Drive, so it is a pretty big boundary area,” said Elizabeth Gomez, a Colony High guidance counselor. After the trip, Silva said she and her ...
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Scorebook Live on MSN.com
The Grizzlies rolled against Rancho Cucamonga again on Monday to effectively lock in a top-two finish in the Baseline League. Next Thursday, they finish league play against Chino Hills, which had them on upset alert for three quarters earlier in league ...
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YAHOO!Finance
Core5 Industrial Partners, in a joint venture with MBK Industrial Properties, announces the groundbreaking of Arrow Business Center, a 49,291-square-foot Class A industrial building in Rancho Cucamonga.
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sanbernardinonewstoday
Southern San Bernardino’s housing market, beginning out final January with fast gross sales and rising costs, then
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Le Lézard
Martindale-Hubbell recognizes attorney Douglas Borthwick as AV® rated, the highest possible attorney peer review rating in both legal ability and ethical standards.  Attorney Douglas Borthwick has further achieved a "SUPERB" Rating from Avvo,
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
RANCHO CUCAMONGA — It wasn’t obvious who the team to beat was as Baseline League girls soccer play began earlier this month. But Etiwanda has emerged as the team to beat in a very competitive ...
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Fontana Herald News
A man was taken into custody after he allegedly assaulted a deputy and tried to take his firearm during an incident in Rancho Cucamonga, according to the San Bernardino County
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The San Bernardino Sun
Click to print (Opens in new window) The Pin Seafood House in San Bernardino has closed. The restaurant opened in June 2021. Last month, the owners posted on Instagram that Dec. 25 would be the restaurant’s last day of operation.
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