City offices, banks, the A.K. Smiley Public Library, the post office and Redlands Community News will be closed on Sunday, July 4 and Monday, July 5, for Independence Day. There will be no change in the trash pickup schedule.
California’s Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board (Cal/OSHA) adopted revised COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards on Thursday, June 17, stating vaccinated employees do not need to wear face masks.
More than 80 University of Redlands supporters celebrated the dedication of the Metrolink train station that will be the end of the line for the Arrow train and the centerpiece of the future University Village.
Registration is under way for the 2021-22 year at First Lutheran Children’s Center, a pre-school program at 1207 W. Cypress Ave., Redlands, for children age 2 years, 9 months to 5.
The Redlands Recreation Division will host a needlepointing group for all adults 18 years old and above from 10:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Thursdays at the Redlands Community Center, 111 W. Lugonia Ave., beginning June 3.
The annual Redlands Christmas Parade will return this year as a drive-thru interactive winter wonderland on Saturday, Dec. 19. The city of Redlands presents this adapted Redlands holiday tradition in partnership with the Redlands Noon Kiwanis.
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- Another 101 illegal pot greenhouses shut down in Week 4 of Operation Hammer Strike
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Kathy Reid, who has lived on Anita Court since 1967, couldn’t celebrate her 80th birthday because of the pandemic. Her husband insisted they go for a ride. “What a surprise when we returned!” she said in an email. The photos are her kids, their partners and grandkids, who live in Arizona, Fl…
Blame it on COVID. That’s becoming the mantra for this unusual time. Canceled or postponed, big weddings are among the COVID casualties because gatherings of almost any size are prohibited.
Jamie Beck of Career Vision will present two free workshops in the Assembly Room of the A.K. Smiley Public Library, one about traveling on the cheap on Monday, Sept. 30, and one on creative job searches on Wednesday, Oct. 2.
September is Hunger Action Month. Feeding America Riverside|San Bernardino, a regional food bank that serves Redlands and other communities throughout the Inland Empire, is joining the nationwide to combat hunger in all 50 states.
Despite three closures in three days, officials say Redlands will be fine. Over three days last week, three important businesses in Redlands announced they will close. Yet city leaders contend Redlands has seen “strong business and retail growth recently.”
Plans to open a 700,000-square-foot warehouse on the former Norton Air Force Base in San Bernardino continue generating heated debates as supporters, including some elected officials and union reps, clash with environmental groups and concerned residents on what is best for the space.
The Asistencia is getting lots of love and attention lately as Redlands Conservancy volunteers work to get the historic site ready for major events happening this fall — weddings, meetings and the conservancy's own annual social on Oct. 5.
Beattie, Cope and Clement middle schools: 6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 21, 6th Grade Back to School NightBeattie, Cope and Clement middle schools: 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 22, 7th/8th Grade Back to School NightClement Middle School: All day Thursday, Aug. 29, Fundraiser at Mod Pizza.Citrus Valley Hi…
Redlands Symphony President Paul Ideker, left, and Raul Ruiz Rivera show off their Redlands Community News on the terrace of Halekulani Hotel at Waikiki Beach in Hawaii. The hotel was a shore excursion from their ship, Norwegian Cruise Line’s Pride of America, a 920-foot ship that regularly …
Richard and Colleen Corneille recently returned from a week in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, where they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with family. Accompanying them were their daughter Kimberly and her husband Steve Nagayama, their son Jeffrey, his wife Maria-Elena, and their chi…
On Thursday, June 20, the cities of Highland and Redlands held the third in a series of public meetings aimed at collecting public input and citizen support for the Highland Redlands Regional Connector Trail for bicyclists and pedestrians, support project leaders say is vital to winning addi…
The Contemporary Club of Redlands installed officers for 2019-20 on May 20. Nelda Stuck installed the new leaders using old ceramic letters she acquired from the Mitten Building years before.
First Baptist Church of Redlands recently established their permanent Heritage Room exhibiting important historical items from their 100 years in Redlands. Carol Kiel Ray, from left, Anne Sandel and Dianna Creech, the three women researching the church history, show Mary Mook, right, the 189…
The East Valley Association of Realtors will hold a town hall on the proposed ballot measure regarding the transit villages project in Redlands.
With the recent retirement of longtime Executive Director Kathie Thurston, the Redlands Chamber Search Committee is in full gear and on the hunt for a replacement.
San Bernardino County Museum Association, the nonprofit organization established to support the museum in Redlands, has appointed Geoff Corbin as chief executive officer effective Monday, April 15.
Santos Manuel, founding leader of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, will be posthumously awarded the honorary degree doctor of humane letters at the University of Redlands College of Arts and Sciences commencement ceremony on Friday, April 26.
Community athletes of all abilities and ages are invited to participate in the 17th annual PossAbilities & Kids Triathlon on Sunday, April 28, at Loma Linda University Drayson Center, 25040 Stewart St. in Loma Linda. The adult triathlon begins at 7 a.m. and is composed of a 3.1-mile run/…
A.K. Smiley Public Library will celebrate the citrus heritage that put the Inland Empire on the forefront of California’s citrus boom at the 8th annual Library Days from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 4.
What is notable about 1894? Two things: City of Redlands was just six years old, and it is 125 years ago. Redlands Conservancy is looking for structures in town that were built in 1894 or earlier to honor with inclusion into Club 125, a listing of old structures in Redlands.
Redlands invites individuals to apply for positions on the Airport Advisory Board and the Citrus Preservation Commission. The city also has extended the deadline to apply for a position on a Utilities Advisory Committee for a water and wastewater rate study to April 30.
The University of Redlands will welcome “Dream the Impossible” event to Orton Center on the main campus this Saturday, April 13. Registration will start at 8 a.m. followed by the conference from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The all-day event includes workshops on native culture, college life, healthy re…
Inside Garner Holt Productions’ studio in Redlands, an animatronic hawk screeches a welcome. “Ladies and gentlemen, are you ready to re-imagine education in San Bernardino and the world?”
Kimberly Ellis, a candidate for the California Democratic Party chairmanship, will be the speaker at the San Bernardino Democratic Luncheon Club’s installation banquet on Saturday, April 6, at the Arrowhead Country Club.
As the month of March comes to a close, so does the conclusion of our celebration of Women’s History Month. I had the pleasure of awarding Kristine Scott, recently elected Rancho Cucamonga Councilmember, as Woman of the Year, for her tremendous commitment to our community.
An attractive front entrance area gives a home curb appeal that invites both guests and potential home buyers. Upgrading a home’s exterior can be as simple as painting or as complex as installing new windows or adding a patio.
Minutes matter when heart attacks happen. To improve survival chances if a sudden cardiac arrest occurs on site, the First United Methodist Church in Redlands installed Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) in four locations.
April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month and the Redlands Police Department is joining law enforcement agencies statewide stopping drivers who violate California’s hands-free cell phone law.