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A 38-year-old Redlands man suffered minor burns when he pulled neighbor to safety as Redlands firefighters responded to a single-family residential structure fire in the 30000 block of Palo Alto Drive Thursday evening, Jan. 20.

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Jim Cox was installed Master of Redlands Masonic Lodge in the 132nd annual installation of officers on Sunday, Jan. 9. The installation was officiated by the California Masonic Grand Master Jeff Wilkins and assisted by Vic Ropec PM, master of ceremonies and Thad Coffin PM, chaplain.

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In an effort to slow the current COVID-19 surge, most city offices will be closed to in-person service beginning Tuesday, Jan. 18, through at least the end of the month. City employees will continue to offer services online and over the phone.

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The fight for Al Harris Lane continues. With more than 11,000 signatures to rename Shoppers Lane to honor the late Harris, who greeted movie patrons at the old Krikorian Theater for years.

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California’s secretary of state has approved signature gathering on petitions for an initiative that would allow sports betting in Indian casinos, an effort led by Kenneth R. Ramirez of the San Manuel Band of Missions Indians and other Southern California tribal leaders.

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The Redlands City Council is seeking public input on new district bounda sries, which will be considered on April 17.

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Open Arms Youth Drop In Center, 323 W. Seventh St., Suite A, San Bernardino: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 26.

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Redlands Conservancy’s signature “fun-raising” program is back in 2022. Parties for the Necklace, the program that supports the conservancy’s Emerald Necklace projects and programs, presents a series of individual parties for which anyone can make a reservation. In 2022, the conservancy is o…

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“Roots of Wisdom: Native Knowledge, Shared Science,” a Smithsonian traveling exhibition that explores the ways in which traditional knowledge of Indigenous communities and cutting-edge Western science are being applied — is now open to the public in the Armacost Library lobby at the Universi…

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The University of Redlands planned weeklong activities to observe Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with the theme drawn from the title of his last book, “Where Do We Go from Here? Chaos or Community.” Unfortunately, because of newly enacted COVID-19 protocols, most of the events were whittled dow…

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In an effort to slow the current COVID-19 surge, most city offices will be closed to in-person service beginning Tuesday, Jan. 18, through at least the end of the month. City employees will continue to offer services online and over the phone.

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As San Bernardino County and the local region experience a spike in COVID-19 cases since the holidays, Redlands will add COVID-19 health and safety protocols and precautions for the Tuesday, Jan. 18, City Council meeting.

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The Planning Commission on Tuesday approved the sixth of seven housing cycles as required by the state of California. The goal of this cycle is to review and update city housing goals, evaluate the effectiveness of the element of the prior cycle, and review the city’s progress in implementin…

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There is surge in new COVID-19 infections in both Riverside and San Bernardino counties, prompting a new program of self-test kits at the University of Redlands.

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Sen. Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh, chairwoman of the Inland Empire Caucus, and other caucus members, sent a letter to Gov. Gavin Newsom and legislative leaders requesting $2.245 billion in budget funds for transportation infrastructure projects to help residents and businesses thrive in the Inland Empire.

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Redlands-Riverside is hosting a blood drive Saturday that is open to the community. The drive is 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 15, at the Dennis Hansberger Clubhouse, 1251 Clay St., Redlands. Go to RedCrossBlood.org and enter sponsor code “bgredlands…

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REDLANDS — In partnership with the Garner Holt Foundation, San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools hosted the Animatronics Academy Career Camp, an immersive education and career exploration event. Students from schools across San Bernardino County Schools participated from Jan. 5 to 7.

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Children and adults can receive free vaccinations from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 29, at Citrus Valley High School, the Redlands Unified School District announced during its Jan. 11 virtual board meeting.

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The Redlands Fire Department responded to a report of a residential structure fire in the 1700 block of Stratford Circle Tuesday, Jan. 11. No injuries were reported.

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“Hello, my name is Poppy, and I’m a cross between a Chinese Shar-Pei (note the wrinkles on my forehead) and a German Shepherd. I’m 2 years old with a lovely chestnut color.

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Historic Asistencia, Redlands Conservancy’s home since 2018, is open for parties, celebrations, weddings, conferences, meetings and special events of all sorts. With the outdoor courtyard as a main venue, Asistencia offers a COVID-safe place to be.

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San Bernardino County firefighters found a dead man in the 6000 block of Cajon Boulevard in San Bernardino after they put of a trailer fire around 12:49 a.m. Sunday.

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Sheriff’s helicopter pilots rescued a skier who went off course on Mt. Baldy and fell about 125 feet down the side of the mountain colliding with several trees and rocks, striking his head on a boulder that kept him from falling farther.

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An inmate assaulted a deputy with a home-made knife at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga on Saturday causing serious injury.

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An inmate assaulted a deputy with a home-made knife at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga on Saturday causing serious injury.

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There is another surge in new COVID-19 infections in both Riverside and San Bernardino counties, prompting a new program of self-test kits at the University of Redlands.

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The San Bernardino County district attorney’s office filed felony charges with special allegations on Tuesday, Jan. 4, against five defendants involved in a string of jewelry store smash and grabs in San Bernardino County.

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Abbey is a gentle and well-mannered brown and white pit bull who has been at the San Bernardino Animal Shelter since June 3. She was found on the streets, quite malnourished.

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A state commission drawing new legislative districts in California gave final approval last week to a new U.S. Congressional map that splits Redlands between two districts.