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After 53 years, the La-Z-Boy upholstery plant in Redlands will cease operations in October, possibly leaving about 350 people jobless.

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A 10,000-square-foot packinghouse-style retail building will be constructed across from the Santa Fe Depot, where the Redlands Passenger Rail project is expected to start rolling in three years.

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A Rolling Stone has been a Redlands fixture for more than 14 years. Located on Citrus Street in what was once a pharmacy, this daughter-mother partnership is one of only a handful of independently owned bead and beading shops in the Inland Empire.

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When asked why he became a barber, Pedro Marquez, explained that at age 12, he became aware of the many patrons who enjoyed their time at the barbershop his family patronized.  During his haircut visits, he watched “lots of guys” laughing and sharing life stories in the pleasant environment …

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Covington Engineering was founded in the 1840s and moved to Redlands in 1848. It originally provided services such as sharpening tools, repairing farm equipment and drilling wells. It also fabricated tools, when needed for these and other local industries.  

The number of new businesses being established in the Inland Empire has vigorously outpaced new business growth in California as a whole, according to a new analysis released today by the UCR School of Business Center for Economic Forecasting and Development.

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A Shop Called Quest, the comic book store at Orange Street and Citrus Avenue, held its annual comic book giveaway day on Saturday, May 4. The line stretched to State Street a block north. A customer in line said the store holds the generous day every year on the first Saturday in May. It was…

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“The body cannot produce disease and nurture health at the same time. Food either promotes healing or facilitates disease.” That is the motto for Living Root Cellar, a vegan restaurant on Sixth Street in downtown Redlands.

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The Petco in Citrus Plaza has partnered with a veterinary pet care program that emphasizes preventive treatment. Opened in 2017, with the help of Dr. Ross Massimiano, medical director, it was the first Thrive Affordable Care clinic in California. The store’s interior was remodeled to provide…

A few dozen local pet lovers walked their dogs together Sunday morning to raise money for the Redlands Dog Park for a little more than 3 miles. Others rode bikes and a few riders had dogs jogging along side on leashes.

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I recently enjoyed a fun-filled luncheon visit with a peppy pretty sparkly gal who has volunteered much of her time over the years helping to raise money to support a number of worthwhile local programs and activities sponsored by Redlands Bowl Associates, Bonne Meres, Rotary Club and Kimber…

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When Redlands receives the services of civil engineering specialists, they are often provided by the local firm Hernandez, Kroone and Associates (HKA), owned by the married team of Richard and Anne Hernandez, two civil engineers who have served Redlands for 32 years. They formed the company …

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Loma Linda University Health has expanded primary care services to a new location on Redlands Boulevard to accommodate more patients. The new clinic opened Monday, April 1. Primary care services are now available at the Loma Linda University Health Faculty Medical Clinics at 25828 Redlands B…

When the doors first open in July, Redlands will be the only city in Southern California to have a Woodsprings Suites hotel exclusively for extended-stay visitors.