We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

editor's pick

Who’s ready to ring in 2020? The Chamber is excited to host this year’s Orange Drop in downtown Redlands. An addition to this year’s festivities will include kid-friendly offerings such as a bounce house/obstacle course and face painter from 7 – 9p.m. Additional vendors will also be set-up n…

editor's pick

The Redlands City Council on Tuesday approved a new non-resident first responder fee to recover the cost of emergency medical services.

editor's pick

Garner Holt, the creator of audio animatronics, robots, sets, scenery and special effects for theme parks, museums and other venues around the world has announced the creation of the Garner Holt Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization.

Having local historic resource designation on a private home has many benefits, for the home owner and the community.  For several years, Redlands Conservancy has helped several owners of historic homes prepare and file a Local Historic Resource designation application as part of the organiz…

editor's pick
  • Updated

Jerry Bean and Marilyn Wolf were married Saturday, Nov. 30, in a ceremony at Smiley Park in Redlands attended by 18 family members.

The Redlands/Yucaipa Chapter of California Retired Teachers Association is offering  three $1,000 scholarships to high school graduates of Redlands Unified School District or Yucaipa/Calimesa School District who have completed or will complete their student teaching assignments by this sprin…

Kingsbury Elementary: All day, Friday, Dec. 6, Pajama Day.RUSD marching bands: 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, Redlands Christmas ParadeCope Middle School: All day, Saturday, Dec. 7 and Sunday, Dec. 8, honor band and orchestra auditionsRedlands East Valley: 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 9, Winter Choir Conce…

The San Bernardino County Board of Education elected Laura Mancha as president of the five-member governing body during its monthly meeting on Dec. 2.   

breaking

Beginning on Friday, Dec. 6, the Redlands Police Department facility at 1270 W. Park Ave. will be closed temporarily due to installation of new flooring in the Emergency Operations Center, the city announced.

editor's pick

Construction of the Redlands Passenger Rail Project will force complete closure of Eureka Street  from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays until Friday, Dec. 13, the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority reports.

editor's pick

The East Valley Association of Realtors and its affiliates raised more than $30,000 to provide Thanksgiving Day turkey dinner packages to more than 1,100 needy families in the area. This annual undertaking has grown from 225 turkey dinner packages in 2003. Dinners were distributed in five lo…

  • Updated

Tom Kister submitted this photo in an email titled “This is why we live in California.” He added, “The snow is not allowed to come below that line.”

breaking
  • Updated

Victims of 2019 wildfires throughout the Inland Empire are invited to attend a housing and service orientation meeting hosted by the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and Family Service Association of Redlands at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 18, at 12202 First St., Yucaipa.

editor's pick
  • Updated

Two lanes of Interstate 10 east were closed on Thanksgiving after a drainpipe burst during a rainstorm on Thanksgiving at the Sixth Street onramp at Pearl Avenue in Redlands.

editor's pick
  • Updated

A 54-year-old Yucaipa resident died on Tuesday, Dec. 3 during a solo vehicle accident in Yucaipa, the California Highway Patrol said.

breaking

Snow covers Mount San Bernardino, the 10,691-foot iconic as seen on Saturday morning from Panorama Point. Do you have a great photo of the snow from last week's storm? Email it editor@redlandscommunitynews.com

editor's pick

The Redlands Area Interfaith Council held its yearly Thanksgiving service Sunday at the First United Methodist Church of Redlands. “Living Our Thanksgiving” was the theme.

editor's pick

The Redlands Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints invites the community to join a modern-day creche festival where hundreds of nativities of all shapes, sizes, and materials will be displayed.

editor's pick

Caden Henderson’s third annual Teddy Bear Drive: Friday, Nov. 29, to Thursday, Dec. 19, Star Tulip Stuffies, 1410 Industrial Park Ave. Donation event for Loma Linda Children’s Hospital. Must be new and only Teddy Bears (no other stuffed animal). Special pricing when purchasing teddy bears at…

featured

The 14th annual Red Dirt Art Festival at Smiley Park featured works by painters, photographers, mixed media artists, pottery, jewelers, sculptors, and leather craftsmen. The festival is another great meeting-of-the-minds, where artists come together to showcase their work and their expressio…

featured

Jim Bowden’s work reads like that of a scientific renaissance man. He is an Indiana Jones-like character who forges his own artifacts of historical legend to be discovered and treasured and worn.

editor's pick

Sometimes things happen to a house that were not intended. It might be a fire, a collision by an out-of-control car or even the death of the homeowner. When one of these events renders a house unsafe to occupy, personnel from the city’s Code Enforcement Division designate it with a red tag a…

editor's pick

Redlands’ Academic Case Carrier Program was recognized for its outstanding contribution to public education by the California School Boards Association (CSBA).

Kimberly Elementary]: Monday, Dec. 2 to Friday, Dec. 6, Book Fair.

editor's pick

Redlands Sunrise Rotary has honored two middle school students for the Month for November, Nathan Law of the Grove School and Caleb Slagter of Arrowhead Christian Academy.