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In 2022, the Gangs/Narcotics Division continued their efforts to address quality-of-life issues through enforcement of illegal activities, and targeting gang members, drug traffickers, and criminals who terrorize the residents of San Bernardino County.

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From deep space to the deep ocean, Richard Spinrad has a lot to keep track of. Spinrad spoke to a nearly full house at the Redlands Forum on Wednesday, Jan. 25, engaging the community with real life examples of using accessible data gathered by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administra…

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Faces of the homeless reflect their exposure to the sun. Their rugged patches of trimmed facial hair adorn a visage with deep lines from worry but also from years of laughs. “Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness,” -Desmond Tutu (South African Anglican Bis…

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Damien Guerrero, who was convicted of killing former Redlands East Valley High School student Kelly Bullwinkle in 2003, has been released on parole. Guerrero was granted parole on Wednesday, Feb. 1.

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Dust in your eyes, car veering to one side of the road, chilly wind is sweeping through Redlands. The National Weather Service reported that the winds blowing northeast  between 15 and 20 mph with gusts as strong as 30 mph and it is evident with debris in the streets such as the large, dry p…

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While the United States was mourning the deaths of 10 people during a dance celebrating the Lunar New Year in Monterey Park, local people continued with events celebrating the Year of the Rabbit.

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The city of Redlands is excited to announce the return of a community market to historic downtown Redlands, adding to the long-running Saturday Morning Certified Farmers Market. Downtown’s Morning Market will open from 8 a.m. to noon Saturdays on East State Street between Orange and Seventh …

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The year 2022 ended with fireworks for the Redlands Conservancy as the organization received a significant gift that included 70 acres of natural open space. This is the newest land acquisition for the conservancy whose mission includes conserving Redlands’ irreplaceable natural and agricult…

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Pre-dawn darkness, temperatures in the low 40s and the threat of rain were not enough to keep Redlands’ young anglers from the Fishing Derby at Ford Park on Saturday, Jan. 16. Sponsored by the Redlands Optimist Club, the City of Redlands and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, wi…

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A randomly selected sample of Redlands residents participated in the National Community Survey (NCS) between September and mid-October 2022. The survey, which is the only resident survey recognized by the National League of Cities, shows significant decreases in comparison to 2021 in overall…

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The Redlands City Council Financing Authority on Tuesday, Jan. 17, approved a $4,744,111 contract with Tryco General Engineering to replace approximately 3.5 miles of aging pipeline in the city.

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For the 29 years of its existence, Redlands Conservancy has had only two presidents: Founding President and current President Emeritus Bob Clark, and Robert Dawes, who stepped down in late 2022. At the organization’s first 2023 meeting of the board of directors, the members elected Kathy Beh…

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The Highland Area Historical Society will learn about the history of water in the Highland area at its meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 26, at the Highland Senior Center

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Third District Supervisor Dawn Rowe today was unanimously chosen by her fellow supervisors to serve as chair of the Board of Supervisors for the next two years, succeeding Fourth District Supervisor Curt Hagman.

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This year’s annual Point-in-Time Homeless Count will take place on Thursday, Jan. 26. Volunteers should register by Wednesday, Jan. 18, by visiting sbchp.sbcounty.gov/community-projects/point-in-time-count/pitc-registration.

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American Medical Response (AMR), Redlands Operations, was able to grant a Christmas wish this year to one pediatric patient — 9-year-old Edgar, a quadriplegic who is ventilator dependent.

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For the past two years, Redlands Conservancy has invited Redlanders to bike, hike and ride their way to 1 million miles for the January event, the Fresh Air Challenge. The challenge started as a fundraising effort during the pandemic to encourage people to enjoy the outdoors and have somethi…

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The United Nations has officially recognized that the world is facing a climate emergency. This year, a climate action driven organization sprouted in the community of Redlands. Led by Linda Hamilton, a Redlands resident since 1979, Accelerate Neighborhood Climate Action is focused on local …

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Auditor-Controller/Treasurer/Tax Collector Ensen Mason and Assessor-Recorder-County Clerk Chris Wilhite have issued a joint warning to San Bernardino County homeowners of a nationwide property scam where homeowners are duped into assigning a lien on their property in exchange for an upfront …

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The Redlands Police Department came together with several community and county organizations on Wednesday, Dec. 21, to bring Holiday cheer to 124 youth who have demonstrated excellence and come from low-income families. Volunteer officers accompanied children as they went on a $150 sponsored…

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For Eden Keith’s first few birthdays, her parents Laura and Jason Keith took her to Bippity Boppity Boo at Disneyland, where she got to be a princess for the day. Unfortunately, in 2020, that wasn’t an option as Disneyland, and the rest of the world, shut down.

The much-anticipated Kids’ Fishing Derby will return to Ford Park with the support of the city of Redlands, Redlands Optimist Club and California Department of Fish and Wildlife.

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­On Friday Dec. 9, Greg Wallis was declared the election winner in the 47th Assembly District sea, which includes parts of Redlands, as Christy Holstege conceded in an astounding race with only an 85-vote difference out of more than 169,000 votes cast.

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The Redlands Planning Commission approved of a 48,000-square-foot manufacturing plant in its final meeting of the year. The vote was 6 to 1 with Commissioner Matt Endsley opposed.

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Redlands Mayor Paul Barich will join Shangri-La Industries and Step Up on Second Street as they celebrate the ribbon cutting of Step Up in Redlands, 100 supportive housing units for the city’s most vulnerable population at a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10 a.m. Friday, Dec. 16.