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Volunteer Diversity Training Program Accepts Applications

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Riverside

For the eighth year, Mayor Ronald O. Loveridge and United Way of the Inland Valleys are collaborating to encourage diversity on public sector commissions and boards through the Blueprint for Volunteer Diversity Leadership Development training program.

Realtor Infuses a Message of Hope to Potential Homebuyers

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Inland Empire

Have you been contemplating purchasing a home? Are you tired of living in an apartment? Are you ready to own your own property, but don’t have good credit?

New Traffic Signals Providing Dual Savings for City of Riverside

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Riverside

The City of Riverside is saving energy and money after changing out its incandescent traffic light bulbs with energy-efficient Light Emitting Diode (LED) signals.

State Constitutional Amendment Would Eliminate Legislators’ Pay if Budget not Adopted

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Sacramento

Assemblymember John Longville (D-San Bernardino), chair of the Assembly Committee on Elections, Redistricting and Constitutional Amendments, introduced a constitutional amendment aimed at reforming the state budget process.

County Finalizes Initial Round of Cuts

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San Bernardino

The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday took what will likely turn out to be a small initial step toward addressing a massive state budget crisis by approving a plan to ratchet-down county spending 4 percent by the July 1 start of the 2003-2004 fiscal year.

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