A 39-year-old Redlands man, suspected of killing his 62-year-old mother, was shot by police when he charged at officers with a weapon as they tried to take him into custody Friday evening.
Redlands City Council tabled the consideration of a five-year capital project needs analysis after opposition from Councilwoman Toni Momberger.
Esri has a new interactive COVID Pulse map to track new cases, cumulative cases and deaths in a state or county. Users can also see where cases are increasing and decreasing as well as the population number in a county.
The city of Redlands broke ground on a new parking and retail structure a few yards north of the historic Santa Fe Depot. But it will be more than a garage with 384 spaces with 200 set aside for train passengers. Parking will be free.
Leaders of San Bernardino Community College District have announced that the spring 2021 semester will continue with online learning.
Crafton Hills College’s American Sign Language (ASL) professor Breanna Andrews is offering resources to instructors across the country.
- DA considering charges against couple who started the El Dorado Fire
- Man missing for five weeks last seen in Redlands
- Work starting on downtown parking garage
- Yucaipa man accused of attempted murder after firing a shotgun at a sheriff’s helicopter
- Transit Village plan would reduce parking in Redlands
- Closing credits for the longtime theater greeter
- Councilman defends himself
- Firefighter dies in El Dorado blaze
- Murder suspect shot after charging officers with a weapon
- Theater greeter died of COVID-19
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YouthHope founder and Executive Director Heidi Mayer and staff are concerned about the effects the coronavirus pandemic has had on young people.
Ed Reynosa, a 64-year Redlands resident and U.S. Navy veteran, died on July 28, 2020, with his family by his side after a prolonged battle with prostate cancer. He was 89, just 25 days short of his 90th birthday.
Charlena Delgado, a Redlands native who worked for the San Bernardino City Unified School District for the past 10 years, died on Sept. 9, 2020. She was 56.
The Redlands Recreation Division will offer Tai Chi for ages 55 and older beginning 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 22, at Prospect Park and continuing on Tuesdays through October.
David and I have always been big fans of the Metrolink, and cannot wait until the train will eventually come to Redlands and pick us up. Two of our favorite destinations are LA Union Station (on the San Bernardino line) and San Clemente Pier (on the Orange County line). Both can be boarded i…
Redlands downtown was developed and built before the dawn of the automobile. To accommodate traffic Orange Street was widened between Redlands Boulevard and the Umbrella Alley by 19 feet. Structures on the east side of the street had their exterior front wall lopped off to complete the widening.
LifeStream Blood Bank, which provides blood products and services to more than 80 Southern California hospitals, is going on appeal for blood donations in the wake of growing demand for blood products as an increasing number of delayed procedures due to COVID-19 concerns are being scheduled …
Amazon announced Monday that 4,900 jobs are available in the Inland Empire, part of 100,000 new full- and part-time jobs across their operations network.
Welsh Insurance Services has achieved Platinum Provider Status with UnitedHealthCare, a strong indication of the Redlands-based insurance company’s expertise in sorting clients through the confusion of Medicare.
Angels’ Closet’s 11th annual tea party fundraiser will be a “Tea to Go” event from 4 to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 30, Thursday, Oct. 1, and Friday, Oct. 2 at Martha Green’s Eating Room.
The VA Loma Linda Healthcare System has been designated as a 2020 Leader in LGBTQ Health Care Equality by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC).
Responding to music lovers and patrons who say they have missed the orchestra during this period of silence brought on by COVID-19, the Redlands Symphony has launched a new musical program that features curated selections from the orchestra’s archives, personally selected by Maestro Ransom Wilson.
Following a relatively minor dip in the first quarter, business activity in the Inland Empire plummeted in the second as regional employment and consumer spending tumbled, according to a new analysis released today by the UCR School of Business Center for Economic Forecasting and Development.
Wild Goose Coffee has been a part of the Redlands community since 2008 when the owners started serving French-pressed coffee at the Farmer’s Market. Twelve years later, Wild Goose has evolved into a shop and tasting room on West Lugonia Avenue that also offers extensive classes on brewing co…
An intimate group of tribal citizens and leadership from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, as well as representatives from Mary’s Mercy Center, San Bernardino County, San Bernardino City and Crestwood Communities joined together to commemorate the completion of Phase I of Mary’s Villag…
Timothy Allen Rudge, 36, a Temecula resident, went missing more than a month ago. His vehicle was recently located in the local mountain area.
Mansion Memories Facebook and YouTube channels will feature Nathan Gonzales, curator of the Lincoln Memorial Shrine, at 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 20.
On Saturday, Sept. 19, Redlands Art Association will welcome cartoonist and artist Darlene Douthit and jewelry artist Bea Jay Gatson Baldwin for its featured artists show.
A 36-year-old Yucaipa man was arrested on attempted murder charges last Friday after he fired at a sheriff’s helicopter with a shotgun. Bullet holes were later found in the sheriff’s helicopter 40King1.
San Bernardino County District Attorney Jason Anderson is considering charges against a couple who started the El Dorado Fire by setting off a pyrotechnic device at a gender-reveal celebration on Sunday morning, Sept. 5.
The Forest Falls Post Office is now closed along with the Angelus Oaks Post Office because of the El Dorado Fire. Forest Falls and Angelus Oaks postal customers can pick up their mail at the Yucaipa Post Office, 12460 California St, Yucaipa, until further notice. Customers are reminded to br…
The El Dorado Fire was extremely active Wednesday afternoon being influenced by Santa Ana winds, a hot, dry and unstable atmosphere and fuels very receptive to burning, Cal Fire reported Thursday morning.
Former Redlands Mayor Bill Cunningham has developed a new growth management initiative for the city, intending to circulate a petition to the public for signatures.
Candidates for the 31st Congressional District and the 23rd state Senate District will address the Redlands Republican Women, Federated, in a free Zoom meeting from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 18.
Redlands City Clerk has proposed five voting centers that will be available for registered voters to cast ballots in person eight hours a day leading up to Election Day on Nov. 3.
The hours for outdoor dining on State Street have been extended from 5:30 to 11 p.m. Outdoor dining will also include Sundays starting Sept. 13. Sunday hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Traffic congestion relief in Redlands took a step closer last week when San Bernardino County Transportation Authority directors approved a $3.1 million contract for improvements at the Interstate 10/University Street interchange.
The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) is making available $23 million to its subregional partners for projects that would accelerate home and apartment production and help local jurisdictions meet their immediate and longer-term housing needs.
U.S. Rep. Pete Aguilar announced Wednesday that the Redlands Fire Department received $34,081 from the Assistance to Firefighters Grant COVID-19 Supplemental Program. The funding will be used to help the department purchase personal protective equipment (PPE) to help protect firefighters fro…
Delmar Ralph Aitken of Redlands, a surgeon who once operated a practice in Palm Springs and spent his last days providing transitional care for elderly patients, died of COVID-19 on July 29.
Carolyn Irene Pattison, a Mentone resident who worked as a bookkeeper to support the family business, died on Aug. 21, 2020. She was 80. Born on Sept. 6, 1939, in Arkansas to Oval and Elsie Hornbuckle, her family moved to Southern California when she was a child. She graduated from Redlands …
Mary “Jamie” Brown Miller, a teacher who belonged to the Assistance League in Redlands for 70 years, died on Aug. 31, 2020. She was 94.
Wesley Eugene Harty, a musician, composer, playwright and missionary who taught drama and Bible study at Arrowhead Christian Academy, died on Aug. 27, 2020. He was 92.
Nicolas C. Valdez, a longtime Redlands resident, who was a custodian for the Redlands Unified School District, died on July 29, 2020, in Apple Valley. He was 54.
On Sept. 11, 2001, nearly 3,000 people were killed in terrorist attacks. First, two hijacked planes crashed into the twin towers of the New York City World Trade Center, a third plane flew into the Pentagon outside Washington, D.C., and a fourth plane crashed to the ground in a field in Shan…