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Fontana Herald News
Route 27 in Fontana and Rancho Cucamonga is being temporarily eliminated due to low ridership and school closures along the route. This plan is in addition to Omnitrans’ initial service reduction (which was announced last month), which saw routes that regularly operate every 15 minutes operate every 30 minutes, and routes that typically ...
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The Press-Enterprise
San Jacinto College Mt. San Jacinto College provides free food for students in need This Easter weekend, many will find cemeteries closed for visits Christian radio station plans Faith Over Fear program Rancho Cucamonga teen focuses on theater, teamwork Reach Out recently received a Listos grant through the Inland Empire Community Foundation.
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Psychology Today
Alicia Millard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist, Rancho Cucamonga, CA, 91730, (909) 757-0240, Hello and thank you for taking the time to read about me and how I can work with you. You have taken a huge step by seeking help and should be proud of yourself.
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Sports Illustrated
Start with the three stadiums already mentioned (Dodger Stadium, Petco Park and Angels Stadium) and then bring in the four ballparks which are home to the California League's Southern Division clubs; the Inland Empire 66ers, Lake Elsinore Storm, Lancaster Jethawks and Rancho Cucamonga Quakes. Fill in by drawing from the 25 NCAA Division I ...
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PR Newswire
Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) sourced and donated 15,000 surgical masks to Riverside County Medical Association (RCMA) and San
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The Desert Sun (Palm Springs) on MSN.com
San Bernardino County reported 88 new COVID-19 positive cases and four new deaths Thursday. The county has recorded a total of 729 cases and 24 virus-related deaths. A total of 6,816 people have been tested in the county,
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The San Bernardino Sun
Yucaipa continues to have the most cases with 103, followed by Fontana with 87, San Bernardino with 62, Rancho Cucamonga with 48 and Redlands with 46. Of the 6,816 people tested for COVID-19 in the county, 10.7% had positive results, the county’s data show.
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YAHOO!
“The acrylic should come off easy without using too much pressure on your nail bed,” says Monserrat Rodriguez, nail artist and owner of Shears and Laque nail salon in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. If it doesn’t easily come off, repeat the previous step of soaking your nails in acetone. After you’ve successfully removed the acrylic, Gyimah ...
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Patch
As coronavirus sidelines traditional brunches and dinners in 2020, many eateries are offering holiday deals for takeout and delivery.
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The Press-Enterprise
are in Rancho Cucamonga on the 15 Freeway, between 4th Street and Foothill Boulevard; in Fontana on the 10 Freeway, between Etiwanda and Cherry avenues; and in San Bernardino on the 215 Freeway, south of the 2nd/5th Street exit. Residents can also call the county’s COVID-19 hotline, 909-387-3911, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday ...
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Precinct Reporter
As part of the allocation, the County of San Bernardino will receive $6,560,515. San Bernardino City will receive $3,023,526; Fontana is at $1,854,673; Rialto at $714,324; Rancho Cucamonga at $604,816 and Upland at $375,735 “We are experiencing unprecedented times, with a period of uncertainty to follow, the Coronavirus Aid Package that ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
The Hitch Burger Grill in Rancho Cucamonga is partnering with Project Boon to serve families in need by hosting a drive-through grocery distribution Sunday, April 12. Between 2 and 4 p.m.on Easter Sunday people may visit the restaurant’s drive-through pickup area to receive essential groceries,
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Fontana Herald News
Yucaipa had the most cases in the county with 100, including dozens who were infected due to an outbreak at a nursing home. San Bernardino had 48 cases and Rancho Cucamonga had 46. Overall in the county, there had been 641 confirmed cases and 20 coronavirus-related deaths as of April 8. The number of cases continued to rise each day as the ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
A Rancho Cucamonga woman died and her son was hospitalized after a single-car crash in the city Wednesday evening, sheriff’s deputies said. Lucy Uruena, 83, died in a hospital from her injuries. Her son,
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The Business Journals
Big Lots Inc. is selling off four warehouses, including its Columbus facility, in a $725 million deal. The company has entered into a purchase agreement with Chicago-based Oak Street Real Estate Capital LLC for four distribution centers around the country,
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Fontana Herald News
A woman died and her son was injured in a traffic collision that occurred on April 8 in Rancho Cucamonga, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department. The incident took place at 7:14 p.m. at the intersection of Haven Avenue and Jersey Boulevard. A blue 2003 Honda Accord, driven by 62-year-old Rancho Cucamonga resident Jaime ...
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