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The city of Redlands offers a free training program March 2-4 for those who want to be able to help in disasters before professional responders... [Read More]
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The funds will be used to build the Arrow service platform in front of the depot west of Orange Street. [Read More]
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The Assistance League of Redlands has hosted the luncheon each spring for more than six decades. [Read More]
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The Cal State San Bernardino student, a native-English speaker born in South Africa, is in limbo like everyone else in the program... [Read More]
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Members of the Redlands City Council will continue leading the audience in prayer. [Read More]
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Coolbanz sells paracord bracelets made by veterans, with part of the profits going back to veterans. [Read More]
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The festival features 17 short action, adventure and environmental films... [Read More]
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The March 1 production is an adaptation by Henry Borkgren, an alumnus of Cope, Redlands High School and the University of Redlands... [Read More]
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A 20-year-old Beaumont man was charged Thursday with murder in the slaying of a woman whose body was found at a Banning residence this week.... [Read More]
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The 95th season of the Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival begins June 22. [Read More]
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The Redlands City Council discussed its goals at a strategic planning workshop. [Read More]
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Redlands police Chief Chris Catren and Assistant Police Chief Travis Martinez hosted the first Coffee with the Chief event. [Read More]
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Linda Zoeckler, a retired art history teacher, will give a presentation on "Color in Painting" Feb. 27 at the Redlands Art Association Gallery... [Read More]
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Agencies, including the Riverside Police Department, say residents should call police if they encounter a threat instead of spreading it. [Read More]
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George Orwell's "Animal Farm" is one of the books up for bids in the Friends of A.K. Smiley Public Library's silent auction of old and... [Read More]
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Other pets of the week are cats Darla and Juan and dogs Mandy and Charlie Koko... [Read More]
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Kimberly Marquez of Redlands High School won first place in the Redlands chapter's contest and will go on to state competition... [Read More]
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The Meditation Room is open for private practice, academic courses, and free, non-academic community classes. [Read More]
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Sherril Rabenstein Anderson donated the hat her father, Louis Rabenstein, wore during the 1938 celebration of the 50th anniversary of Redlands' incorporation... [Read More]
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Josephine Lombardo, mother of Toni Spagnola of Redlands, turns 100 on Feb. 22... [Read More]
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