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The sale of Redlands National Guard Armory between the city and local archeologist Donn Grenda is expected to close escrow on Thursday, Aug. 6.

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Postal customers wait in line 6 feet apart at the new Lugonia Station Post Office that opened Saturday at 1275 W. Park Ave. It replaces the former Lugonia Station on New York Street. Esri paid for the new building in an exchange with the U.S. Postal Service that allowed Esri to add the forme…

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The Redlands Planning Commission adopted DKC Architects’ application to construct a 7,198-square-foot multi-tenant building at 1702 West Park Ave.

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In September 2017, President Donald Trump made a reckless decision that devastated thousands of people throughout our country.

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U.S. Rep. Pete Aguilar has announced that the San Bernardino Police Department (SBPD) received $5,383,549 from the Department of Justice (DOJ) Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) grant program. The funding will allow the department to establish community-based teams of officers withi…

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Assemblyman James Ramos, working with state and local agencies to address a variety of business and health hardships brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, drafted two bills Assembly Bill 1552 and AB 1035 to help small businesses and assisted constituents in hundreds of cases relating to un…

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The fate of the development agreement for the tentative tract map housing project was delayed until the first week of September. On Tuesday, July 21, Redlands City Council could not come to an agreement on the 15-year-old project. The vote to approve the agreement was split 2-2.

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The 16-inch transmission line near Ford Park that has been leaking 5 million gallons of water a day since Monday has been repaired and pressure tested, the city of Redlands reported on Thursday.

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To better coordinate with the City of Redlands pedestrian crossing improvement project on Orange Street, contractors for the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority’s are moving up plans to pave Orange Street at the railroad tracks south of Stuart Avenue as part of the Redlands Passen…

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San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) directors have approved a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Xpress West to explore the possibility of a privately funded high-speed rail line into Rancho Cucamonga from Las Vegas.

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The city of Redlands has closed seven ballfields located in Community Park. The closure comes in response to new restrictions on youth sports and social-distancing guidelines adopted by San Bernardino County and the state of California.

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Following State of California Public Health guidance that prohibits indoor dining at all restaurants in San Bernardino County as of July 1, the city of Redlands, working with local downtown restaurants, will begin closing portions of East State Street and Fifth Street on weekends to facilita…

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The city of Redlands has completed two pedestrian crossing improvements along Redlands Boulevard at Fifth and Seventh streets. Five more crosswalk improvements will be constructed on Redlands Boulevard at Ninth, State and Clark streets; on Orange Street and Shoppers Lane; and on Citrus Avenu…

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After the price of gasoline dropped below $3 a gallon for the first time in a decade in early May, it has started to climb back up. On Wednesday, the price increase got a push from the state of California.

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The Redlands City Council voted unanimously to place a measure calling for a 1-cent sales tax increase on the November 2020 ballot during its meeting on Tuesday, June 16.

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The leaders of the A.K. Smiley Public Library have raised enough private funds and dipped into its reserve funds to nearly offset the budget cuts made by the city, Library Director Don McCue said at the Library Board meeting on Tuesday, June 9.  

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The Redlands Chamber of Commerce’s Rise & Shine meeting on Friday, May 1, was a Zoom broadcast packed with news about the effect of the COVID-19 shutdown.

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A flyer circulating on social media has announced a “Freedom Rally” that calls for the city to re-open amid the coronavirus shutdown. The rally is planned from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 2, at Redlands City Hall, 35 Cajon St.