$291,000 Think Together grant to offer “Virtual Sports Programs” at 81 Southern California schools

Think Together, California’s leading nonprofit provider of afterschool, expanded learning and school improvement programs, recently announced the award of a $291,418 grant from the LA84 Foundation, a nationally recognized leader of youth sport programs focused on positive youth development. The funding will help Think Together offer free virtual sports programs to middle school youth at 81 public schools in Southern […]

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Despite pandemic, Redding PD’s CWPO removed nearly 618,000 pounds of trash in 2020

REDDING, Calif. — Due to the ongoing, months-long COVID-19 global public health crisis, which has changed nearly all aspects of today’s society, the Redding Police Department’s Community Work Program (CWPO), has struggled with limited resources and limited availability of healthy and qualified inmate workers. However, despite COVID-19 concerns, as well as challenges and obstacles created by the pandemic, the department’s Community […]

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SoCalGas’ CLEO Program helping families save on energy costs

With people nationwide feeling the financial pinch caused by the ongoing, months-long COVID-19 pandemic and public health crisis more than ever, the Southern California Gas Company’s CLEO program is one way families and businesses can find relief and assistance during these harder than normal times. The CLEO program is tailored to help customers save energy and lower their electric, gas, […]

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Riverside County hopes “Security Camera Registration” program will help both deter & solve crimes

RIVERSIDE, Calif. — The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department has announced a new program that will allow residents and business owners to register their security camera systems with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. Saying, “Security cameras can be a powerful tool in crime deterrence,” department spokesperson Sergeant Albert Martinez explained the newly announced registry today. The program will help with gathering critical […]

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“We are in unprecedented times and it’s OK to ask for help,” say experts

With Thanksgiving just passed and with Christmas and the new year fast approaching – combined with the ongoing, months-long COVID-19 public health crisis and pandemic on the forefront of people’s thoughts and concerns – experts now more than ever say it is vitally important to assess your own mental health as well as that of your family, friends and other […]

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Community invited to share input on key transportation strategies for Shasta’s future

SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. — Over the next 20 years, the Shasta region is changing significantly due to its growing population, the COVID-19 pandemic, and major development in Shasta’s urban areas. That is why the Shasta Regional Transportation Agency (SRTA) is seeking input from the community on how best to strategize and plan for these changes. From December 11 – December 24, […]

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Menifee businesses offer unique shopping opportunities

MENIFEE, Calif. — For more than 30 years Doug Hartwick has been a part of the art scene, but not with photos or paintings or sculptures. Instead, Hartwick, who owns Mom and Pop’s Frame Shop in Menifee, works behind the scenes providing framing services for a variety of artists from all over the world. “I frame anything anyone brings in, […]

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Vitality Bowls to launch Murrieta’s “ultimate superfood café”

MURRIETA, Calif. – Vitality Bowls, which offers açaí bowls, smoothies, fresh juice and panini, has signed a lease with local entrepreneurs, Michael, Stephanie and Daniel Struckhoff, to open the renowned superfood café in Murrieta. With plans for a Spring 2021 opening at 29910 Murrieta Hot Springs Road, in the Vons center, the Struckhoffs are already planning on opening additional locations […]

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Assemblywoman Dahle announces need for North State substitute teachers

NORTH STATE REGION, Calif. — With the ongoing, months-long COVID-19 public health crisis and pandemic continuing to wreak havoc in the North State region and throughout California, California 1st District Assemblywoman Meghan Dahle (R-Bieber) today announced the need for substitute teachers to help ease the burden and strain being felt at all schools in the areas she represents. LEADING THE […]

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Exemplifying “True Grit”, Temecula earns two Capella Awards

TEMECULA, Calif. ─ In an awards ceremony that was held virtually this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis and pandemic, the Public Relations Society of America – Inland Empire Chapter (PRSA-IE) recognized the City of Temecula’s Community Services Department with two Capella Awards Thursday, Nov. 12. LEADING THE RCNS HEADLINES: Victim who died inside San Jacinto AM/PM […]

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