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The Press-Enterprise
Plus: Money-saving deals on National Cheeseburger Day and what’s happening with Baker’s Drive-Thru’s Halloween tradition.
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The Real Deal
Looking to seize on the demand for warehouses, Bridge Development Partners wants to build a 174,000-square-foot distribution center outside Torrance. An entity tied to the Chicago-based developer ...
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Orange County Register
Even the coronavirus crisis, with all its tragedy and disruption, can offer silver linings. Stepping away from the daily hubbub – accepted as requisite before California issued its first shutdown
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Los Angeles Times
The death toll from California’s unprecedented 2020 firestorms rose to 26 after officials announced the death of a firefighter battling the El Dorado fire in San Bernardino County, a blaze sparked by a pyrotechnics from a gender-reveal party.
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Orange County Register
The deal, which runs Sept. 21-25, includes the choice of more than 30 lunch items and more than 30 flavors of cheesecake.
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Rubber and Plastics News
The plant, which Sumitomo Rubber Industries Ltd. took over from Goodyear in 2015, had split its capacity between the Sumitomo brand, distributed by TBC Corp., and the Falken brand that SRNA distributes.
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The Grunion
When COVID brought the world to a halt in March, Vickie decided to search for another creative way to make people happy. “I was sad,” Vickie said. “Everyone was sad. People were sick and dying, especially in nursing homes.
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Claremont Courier
I just fell in love with volunteering,” said Stacy Mittelstaedt, director of volunteers for Claremont-based senior services nonprofit AgingNext. “It’s the best job in the world to work with people who want to give back to other people.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
A trailer that belonged to the Los Osos High School band, orchestra and color guard was stolen from a campus parking lot Wednesday evening, Sept. 16, adding to a growing list of woes for the school’s music program,
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Lodi News-Sentinel
STOCKTON — Two well-known politicians in their respective communities — which are in two different counties — are looking to win a seat to represent the entire northern region of
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247 Sports
Murrieta Valley junior quarterback Brandon Rose already has some Pac-12 offers and looks to be one of the best in the west QBs for
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Le Lézard
There is something to be said for handwritten greetings on paper, especially during this extended period of social isolation due to COVID-19. Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) understands the impact of the personal connection that this
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Digital Journal
Wood Investments Companies, Inc., a leading California commercial real estate investment and management company specializing in retail, announced today the acquisition of a single-tenant retail investment occupied by 99 Cents Only Stores totaling 28,
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Highland Community News
Names are starting to accumulate from the now-celebrated QB Cavalry camp — Arizona State’s Jayden Daniels, University of Redlands Nathan Martinez, plus a couple high school snap-takers from Rancho Cuc
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Rubber and Plastics News
The new facility in the southeastern Houston suburb is the firm's largest warehouse in North America with 29 dock doors and two drive-up ramps, plus office space, CMA said. It's located just a few miles from the Houston docks,
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Fox&Hounds
The 2020-21 state budget signed back in June by Governor Newsom glaringly failed to fund growing regular public schools and public charter schools.  A
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