The Inland Empire used to be full of packinghouses, which are warehouses where citrus and other fruit is packed to ship all over the country and world.
Ever notice how eager we are to discuss secrets of the world’s wealthiest people, but seldom drop everything to learn secrets of the world’s healthiest people?
On Saturday, June 15, dozens of Redlands residents participated on the second annual Juneteenth Celebration, learning about the nation’s history while honoring the city’s diversity.
Monte and Nelda Stuck pose with the Redlands Community News and their daughter, Holly Porter, who graduated from Washington International School, which teaches the students in French or Spanish. There were 57 in Porter’s graduating class representing 33 countries. She is a 1984 Redlands High…
Redlands’ Emerald Necklace concept is a quarter century old, and several “gems” have been acquired, developed, and protected. A zone of agricultural and natural open spaces and parks that encompasses most of the city, the Emerald Necklace Trail and Scenic Route is dotted with the gems which…
As California continues to see sexually transmitted disease (STD) rates rise, the 2019-2020 school year sees the requirements of California Assembly Bill 329 coming into effect.
- Redlands opens visitor center, concierge across from City Hall
- Citizens raise concerns about next generation of cell towers
- Redlands soccer star ready to kick it in Louisiana
- Redlands Oyster Cult ready to make a State Street splash
- New restaurant offers eclectic fare
- ABBA Revisited
- Outlook for Redlands’ groves is ‘frightening’
- Three arrested in pair of armed robberies at area hotels
- Finding the spark of joy in dancing
- Groundwater at spreading basins near record levels
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Hundreds of attendees gathered at the Redlands Bowl for the 2019 Grove School graduation ceremony on Thursday, June 13. Ben Moudry, head of the Grove School, shared some unique facts with the Class of 2019.
Redlands Sunrise Rotary has honored three Citrus Valley High School students in a speech contest based on the service club’s four-way test.
The floating idea of installing new cell towers near schools and residences in Redlands urged a large size of residents to speak against it during the public comments section of the City Council on Tuesday, June 18.
Groundwater levels near our spreading basins are reaching record levels, thanks to recurring winter and spring storms and the use of surplus imported water to help fill our recharge basins.
With the goal to raise awareness about Redlands attractions to residents and tourists alike, About Redlands Network recently opened the first-ever Redlands Visitor Center and Local Concierge downtown.
Redlands, CA – Saturday, June 22, 2019, Music Changing Lives (MCL), will exclusively premiere their new music video ‘Jewels Not Juulz’ featuring artist Tiana Phipps. The premiere will take place from 2-4p.m. at the Redlands Community Center, located at111 West Lugonia Ave., Redlands, CA 92374.
By 6 a.m. Saturday morning, kids and their parents were already lakeside under EZ Ups, sitting on camping chairs with their lines cast out into the water, baited and waiting for a bite from the 1,600 pounds of catfish provided by the California Fish and Wildlife Service at the fifth annual f…
LGBTQ+ Pride will be the theme of the morning service at Trinity Episcopal Church service starting at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, June 30.
The Redlands Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been working with Holly Christenson, founder of the Yarn Project, a 501(c)3 nonprofit based in Palmer, Alaska, making wigs and beanies.
The City Council denied an appeal for a Redlands woman who claimed her water bill was excessive and requested a refund at a meeting on Tuesday, June 4.
O’Flanary’s Emporium is a gift shop and painting classroom on West State Street, Redlands — a couple doors west of Saverino’s Italian Deli.
Trucks are normally big, noisy things. But the beginning of the Redlands Rotary Club’s Touch-A-Truck event on Saturday morning was deemed “No Noise Ninety Minutes” in consideration for all the young children or noise-sensitive attendees.
I always love to hear and read about couples who have discovered love and romance in later life because such blissful unions bless our world with storybook wonder.
Students graduating from Orangewood High School each had challenges to overcome, and they celebrated their collective success during commencement ceremonies on Tuesday, June 4, at the Redlands Bowl. There were 88 graduating seniors at the continuing education school. The school allows students who have fallen behind in accumulating enough credits for graduation to catch up to earn their degrees. It was the 52nd Orangewood High School graduation class. “Our students appreciate every step of the way and they don’t take anything for granted,” said Carol Ruhm, the principal who has worked at the school since 1996. “Students take pride because they actually graduate twice. “The first time is when we announce they have earned enough credits to graduate. “I see a sense of joy and a little bit of relief when I look at their faces. It’s my favorite part of the job.” Sarah Coleman, one of the student speakers, said the four years at Orangewood were the hardest and best years of her life. “Some of us left home, some of us lost loved ones, some of us lost support, and some of us felt lost,” Coleman said. Conner Trimble, the other speaker, talked about the school’s mascot, the Dragons and the relationship to the school motto, FIRE. “We can all use FIRE to grow,” Trimble said. FIRE stands for Future, Inquiry, Responsibility and Education. Ruhm said Orangewood earned full accreditation for the next six years. The school has also been honored by the state as a Model Continuation High School.
Students graduating from Orangewood High School each had challenges to overcome, and they celebrated their collective success during commencement ceremonies on Tuesday, June 4, at the Redlands Bowl.
Redlands East Valley High School celebrated the fact that nearly nine out of 10 students in its 2019 graduating class are going into higher education at a graduation ceremony on Wednesday, June 5.
The Unforgettables, a foundation created 20 years ago to help pay funeral expenses for children of low-income families, has been honored as the 23rd Senate District Nonprofit of the Year.
On a gorgeous Friday morning, what would be better than tai chi and coffee? That is what I was lucky enough to be invited to join last week.
Cristina Puraci, president of the Redlands Unified School District board, is the fifth candidate to enter the race to succeed state Sen. Mike Morrell and represent the 23rd District.
Well, it's happened again. Another school year has come and gone and all those freed students are face to face with several weeks of free time. Redlands Conservancy can help stave off boredom with its many opportunities for unfettered young people and their adults to pitch in and help take c…
The House Appropriations Committee has approved two provisions authored by Rep. Pete Aguilar to protect DACA recipients and allow them to serve their communities.
Nathan Parker graduated from Citrus Valley on Friday, June 7, part of the fourth generation in his family to graduate from Redlands schools at the Redlands Bowl.
A 37-year-old Moreno Valley resident died at 9:30 p.m. Sunday when his white Ford F-250 drifted off of Cedar Avenue in Bloomington and struck a fire hydrant and power pole, the CHP report/.
Redlands and San Bernardino Police arrested three suspects Wednesday, June 5, in connection with recent armed robberies at a Redlands hotel and a San Bernardino motel.
A 26-year-old Redlands man has been arrested on suspicion of prying open the door of a patrol car in the parking lot of the sheriff’s Central Station on Third Street and stealing a rifle, a shotgun and ammunition.
This Fourth of July, the Redlands Fire Department and the City of Redlands encourage residents to celebrate the nation’s Independence Day with others at the fireworks show at the University of Redlands Ted Runner Stadium or one of the many other fireworks displays offered throughout the region.
Two students who participated in Redlands’ sister cities exchange program with Hino, Japan, gave updates to the City Council on their trip.