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At first, you had all kinds of plans in place for the upcoming spring break — park playgrounds, play dates, day trips, library visits and going to the movies in case the weather was bad. Then we learned about the concept of “social distancing. Events got canceled one by one. Then crowded pla…

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On Wednesday, March 18, a world map showed big and small orange dots throughout, with the largest circles in countries like China, Italy, Iran and Republic of Korea. Each of them represented thousands of confirmed novel coronavirus cases, better known as COVID-19.

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The nation is not yet in a recession but it will soon be, with the Inland Empire region suffering severe economic impacts due to coronavirus shutting down major sectors, said economist John Husing.

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The coronavirus is the biggest local story ever in Redlands.

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The scene was the same at most local supermarket stores: Empty shelves, high demand for water, paper and hygiene products.

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In response to the current events and to alleviate the economic impacts many families are experiencing due to coronavirus, several foundations and non-profit organizations have set up fundraisers throughout the Inland Empire region.

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With the elderly population at a higher risk of contracting the novel coronavirus, better known as COVID-19, senior assisted living complexes throughout the country have implemented measures to protect their residents.

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On Monday, Family Service sent out a message to all of our constituents of a work plan to try to continue to service the community and protect our staff, volunteers and clients.

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With all meetings and events canceled at the A.K. Smiley Public Library and corresponding buildings closed over coronavirus concerns, patrons ask themselves, how are we going to quench our thirst for knowledge?

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Following the urging of California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday to cancel or postpone public events with more than 250 people to limit the spread of the coronavirus, Redlands will discontinue its Thursday night Market Night and Saturday Morning Farmers Market through the end of March.

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The City Council and staff of the city of Redlands are concerned for the well-being of all our residents, visitors, businesses and city staff. The city has been actively involved for several weeks in planning, prevention, preparation and response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

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As of Monday, March 16, we residents of Plymouth Village are "locked" in and visitors including my daughter and granddaughters who were coming to pay me a visit this week are "locked" out. My first reaction was to cry. Then through my tears I "reasoned" that this was necessary, that HumanGoo…

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The Redlands Unified School District closed until April 6

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The Redlands City Council approved on Tuesday, Jan. 21, a letter to the California Legislature in opposition to Senate Bill 50 concerning planning and zoning, and housing development incentives proposed by state Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco.

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Measure to remove growth limits at transit villages around three train stations is on the March 3 ballot

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Decades before cell phones and similar devices existed, amateur photographers used cameras with 16-millimeter film. Then along came 8mm film, followed by Super 8 film, which revolutionized how people captured life as it was.

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The holiday season is just around the corner and Redlands is kicking the giving season into high gear.

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On Monday, Nov. 11, thousands of Redlands residents participated in the annual celebration with the Veterans Day Parade through downtown streets and a picnic at the Jennie Davis Park.

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SAN BERNARDINO — Redlands East Valley’s scoring load in the Oct. 30 Citrus Belt League tournament championships against Cajon seemed to flow from one strong-armed shooter to another.