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Riverside County health officials tested 1,394 students and faculty at Indio High School for tuberculosis Friday, remaining confident that the likelihood of the illness spreading is still low.
The Riverside County Board of Supervisors today voted 5-0 to “Free the Food Trucks” in the county beginning April 8. Riverside County is possibly the only county in California that had maintained an outright prohibition on preparing hot food in a mobile food facility without a special-event permit.
A 1.5-mile street repaving project that will make driving safer on Stanford Street in Hemet was approved today (Tuesday) by the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. The project is part of a broader $7.5 million effort to improve roads in the Hemet area.
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RIVERSIDE – Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces and the National Guard and federal and state reservists living in Riverside County will have their service honored with free admission into the Date Festival and Edward-Dean Museum and numerous benefits that go into effect on Veterans Day, Monday, Nov. 11.
A Wine County sewer project that Supervisor Jeff Stone has advocated moved closer to reality today as local officials work to safeguard groundwater in the southwest county while allowing winery expansions that are expected to create thousands of jobs and reduce unemployment.
Thousands of Riverside County students from more than 60 schools will be walking and rolling to school to celebrate International Walk to School Day on Wednesday (Oct. 9).
Supervisor Jeff Stone has asked Riverside County to post a reward of up to $10,000 for new information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for damaging a statue of Pres. Ronald Reagan in Temecula.
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