The San Bernardino County district attorney’s office has ruled that fatal shooting of a suspect who charged a Redlands police officer with a crowbar in one hand and hammer in the other was justified. Read more
The city and the Redlands Arts Collaborative are launching a series of surveys to determine the economic impact of the cultural arts in Redlands.
Redlands hangout spot Escape Craft Brewery hosted its own TikiFest on Saturday, July 13, complete with Polynesian dancers, Hawaiian food and a…
Community photographers are invited to enter the upcoming Redlands Art Association exhibit — no membership required. No matter what camera you…
- Covington Engineering is ready to leave Redlands after 170 years
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- Redlands High grad worked for Stater Bros. for 40 years
- Longtime Planning Commissioner dies at 95
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Today, more than ever, we must restore the motto and restore the pledge.
In the 17 weeks of the young life of the Redlands Community News, we’ve been impressed by the generous and caring people of this grand old cit…
Re: “How many will use the new train?” Ardis Beckner, July 5.
Re: “Too many in-ter-rup-tions!” Jan Fowler, June 28.