Board of Supervisors Chairman John Tavaglione received the “biggest honor” of his life today when his four colleagues voted to name the five-story annex situated within the County Administrative Center in downtown Riverside in his name. “I love this county,” Tavaglione said, choking back tears. “This is amazing, the biggest honor of my life. You […]
Amazon is in the midst of a holiday hiring blitz in Moreno Valley, seeking to fill hundreds of seasonal positions to staff warehouses in the Inland Empire, with a recruitment drive going through Monday. According to the e-tailing giant, an additional 3,000 workers are needed to year’s end, mostly for part-time employment at logistics facilities […]
EASTVALE – A man suspected of operating an indoor cannabis grow at an Eastvale residence was being held today on $100,000 bail. Jianguo Li, 40, of New York City was arrested and booked into the Robert Presley Jail in Riverside Thursday on suspicion of cultivation of marijuana for sale and theft of public utilities. According […]
JURUPA VALLEY – Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation that will restore millions of dollars in revenue taken away from four cities in Riverside County and used to pay for public safety realignment programs. “With this bill, millions of tax dollars will flow to benefit the people of Eastvale, Jurupa Valley, Menifee and Wildomar,” Brown said […]
Governor Jerry Brown today signed legislation that will restore millions of dollars in revenue taken away from four cities in Riverside County and used to pay for public safety realignment programs.
UPDATE: April 13, 3 a.m. Coroner officials have identified the pedestrian who died when she was struck by a motorist on Hamner Avenue south of Amberhill Avenue in Eastvale. The woman was identified as Janine Chavez, 28, of Eastvale. She was pronounced dead at 7:54 p.m., ten minutes after she was struck while walking on Hamner Avenue. Officials […]
RIVERSIDE – Legislation to provide overdue revenue to four Riverside County cities — one of which is barely able to pay its debts — was not included in the bevy of bills signed into law this week by Gov. Jerry Brown as part of the 2015-16 fiscal year budget, but an inland lawmaker expressed optimism today that the state […]
RIVERSIDE – An Inland Empire lawmaker’s bill seeking to restore millions of dollars stripped away from four Riverside County cities under a state budget reorganization cleared its first legislative hurdle today. Senate Bill 25, sponsored by Sen. Richard Roth, D-Riverside, was unanimously approved by the Senate Committee on Governance and Finance and next goes before the Senate Appropriations Committee. […]