Yucca Valley Planning Commission: Starbucks West, negative population growth rate
Last night’s Yucca Valley Planning Commission meeting featured another step towards development for Starbucks West, the new coffee house to be built on the corner of Barberry Avenue and Highway 62. The shop’s proposed landscape and irrigation plans include Mesquite and Palo Verde Trees, Red Yuccas, and other desert shrubs. The commission unanimously approved the plans, with Commissioner Vasconcelos noting that the plant palette will “bring new vibrance to that street corner.” Town staff anticipate that building permits will be issued soon.
Local Heroes and Students Honored at CSUSB's 11th Pioneer Breakfast
The 11th Pioneer Breakfast, part of Cal State San Bernardino’s Black History Month, was held on February 23 at the Santos Manuel Student Union North. The Black Faculty, Staff and Student Association hosted the event, honoring community members, campus partners, and student scholarship recipients. The event attracted over 350 guests.
🚨 Traffic Update: Lanes Reopened on I-210 East in San Bernardino after Accident
The time displayed is local to the original X account in Southern California. Traffic has resumed normal flow on I-210 east near the I-215 N in San Bernardino following an earlier traffic accident. The incident, which led to the closure of Lane #1 on the transition road, has been resolved, and a SigAlert that was issued has been lifted. All lanes are once again open to traffic. Motorists who had been advised to proceed with caution can now expect a return to the usual traffic conditions. For further updates, visit https://t.co/ebEc46kchG.
🚨 Traffic Alert: Fire-Related Delays on US-101 South at San Antonio Rd, Marin County
The time displayed is local to the original 511 traffic site in California. A fire has been reported on US-101 Southbound near San Antonio Rd in the unincorporated area of Marin County, California. Authorities have indicated that at least one lane has been affected. Commuters are advised to expect delays as the situation is currently being handled. Motorists are recommended to avoid the area if possible, or allow for extra travel time. The exact time of the incident has not been stated, but updates will be provided as they become available. The impact on traffic and potential detour routes will also be announced by local transportation agencies.
Amazon Cited for Serious Health and Safety Violations at San Bernardino Warehouse
In groundbreaking citations, the Division of Occupational Safety and Health, or Cal/OSHA, cited Amazon five times including two serious violations for endangering workers in the high heat. Last summer, after weeks of scorching temperatures and poor safety protections, workers who are members of the Inland Empire Amazon Workers United (IEAWU)...
Prep Girls Soccer: Bonneau last-minute goal leads Apple Valley in the CIF regional playoffs
The celebrations from the Apple Valley girls soccer team’s first CIF-Southern Section title could not last long. Four days after beating Oak Park for the CIF-SS Division 3 title, the Sun Devils were right back into the swing of things for the CIF State Southern California Regional playoffs. This...
New CSUSB Scholarship Program to Benefit Low-Income Students in Inland Empire
Cal State San Bernardino’s School of Computer Science and Engineering has launched a scholarship program for low-income students. The National Science Foundation (NSF) has funded the program with a $2.5 million grant. It will offer $10,000 annually to 30 students for five years, benefiting a total of 150 students. The Experiential Computing and Engaged Learning Scholarships (ExCELS) Program aims to foster a diverse computational sciences workforce in the Inland Empire, Southern California.
Postal veteran Renée Page to oversee Lucerne Valley Post Office
Renée Page has been named Lucerne Valley Post Office postmaster. Page manages six employees and oversees retail services at the post office. Additionally, daily mail distribution on three delivery routes serving Lucerne Valley, and to 3,000 PO Boxes, according to the U.S. Postal Service. Page replaced former Postmaster Ruben...
San Gorgonio Alumnus Angel Orozco Champions Crusade for Enhanced Funding to Mitigate Harsh SBCUSD Learning Environments
In a bold move to address disparities in educational resources, Angel Orozco, a San Gorgonio High School alumnus from the class of 2023, is spearheading a campaign to secure increased funding for the San Bernardino City Unified School District (SBCUSD). During a press conference organized by Public Advocates on February...
Riverside County board approves $416,000 in state funding for Desert Hot Springs homeless shelter
The Riverside County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve $416,219 in state funding that will allow the city of Desert Hot Springs to continue operations at its homeless "access hub." The funding is part of an agreement for the County's Homeless Housing, Assistance, and Prevention Program, which outlines that scope of services The post Riverside County board approves $416,000 in state funding for Desert Hot Springs homeless shelter appeared first on KESQ.
The gas price fluctuate between $4.29 and $5.19 in San Bernardino as of 2024-02-28. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Wednesday is $3.294, a week ago the price is $3.274 , according to AAA.
Breakfast Club donates $10,000 to scholarships
The nonprofit Breakfast Club of Redlands recently took a step toward enhancing employment prospects within the community. During their annual benefit event themed “Puttin’ on the Ritz” last November, the club raised $10,000 for employment scholarships, which will be administered by the Family Service Association (FSA), another Redlands-based nonprofit.
Twin Peaks Reels in New Seafood Items on Menu
February 26, 2024 – Twin Peaks Restaurants has added some great new players to the delicious, scratch-made lineup on its chef-driven menu – including a new pasta dish, a healthy and tasty plated option and an extension to its current sandwich options. Twin Peaks Executive Chef Alex Sadowsky...
Big Bear Lake City Seeks Bids for 2024 Street Sweeping and Line Striping Projects
The City of Big Bear Lake is seeking proposals for its 2024 Annual Street Sweeping Services project. The winning bidder will sweep all paved city roads. Questions must be submitted by 3:00 pm on February 29, 2024. Bids are due by 9:00 am on March 6, 2024. Proposals can be submitted in person or by email.