Concerned about rising coronavirus infection rates ahead of the Fourth of July weekend, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on July 1 that several sectors must close their indoor operations in San Bernardino County and 18 other counties.
The price of gasoline is continuing to go up, and it will increase by an additional few cents per gallon on July 1 specifically because of the California gasoline tax.
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) on authority from the California State Transportation Agency has entered into a lease agreement allowing XpressWest, a Brightline company, to use existing state right-of-way along the Interstate 15 Freeway for high-speed passenger rail s…
Citrus Nursing Center in Fontana rewarded its essential frontline employees for exceptional successes in infection prevention as they continued to fight COVID-19.
The Water Valley Water District (WVWD) Board of Directors recently approved its fiscal year 2020-2021 budget with $416,000 in cost savings and no water rate increases.
As much of the country is undergoing the process of steadily reopening in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, e-commerce is showing no signs of slowing down.
Kaiser Permanente, the nation’s largest integrated health system, announced a series of actions -- including $60 million in joint investments and $40 million in grant funding -- to address systemic racism and lack of economic opportunities that have persisted for far too long and prevented c…
Inland Empire Walmart associates and the Latino Restaurant Association (LRA) hosted a hot meal giveaway for frontline hospital workers at San Bernardino Medical Center on June 23.
- Deputies seek public's help in identifying man and woman who stole piggy bank
- Fontana DMV office closes down on June 29 after employee tests positive for COVID-19
- New 840 area code will be added to 909; phone customers must soon dial 1 plus area code plus number for all calls
- Bars must close again in San Bernardino County
- Two teens are arrested in connection with robbery in Rancho Cucamonga
- Police search for man who crashed his car into an unoccupied vehicle
- Coronavirus testing is for everyone, county health officials say
- Fontana man is arrested for allegedly shooting security guard
- Safe and Sane fireworks can be sold in Fontana this week
- Woman is arrested for allegedly looting during night of unrest in San Bernardino on May 31
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Hanley Investment Group Real Estate Advisors announced recently that the firm has arranged the sale of a new construction, multi-tenant retail shop building adjacent to Sprouts Farmers Market and a new Quick Quack Car Wash ground lease at the Highland Village Shopping Center in Fontana.
California Steel Industries (CSI), a steel processing and finishing company in Fontana, began operations in 1984. Today, the company is one of San Bernardino County’s largest employers and a leader in the region’s manufacturing industry.
Prior to the COVID-19 shutdown, the Industrial Technical Training Center (InTech) in Fontana was incredibly busy training and upskilling a workforce pipeline for business and industry in the Inland Empire.
The State Controller's Office has identified several areas in which the West Valley Water District (WVWD) did not adhere to proper standards during the period from July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2018.
A new curriculum was established at the Loma Linda University’s San Manuel Gateway College that is specifically designed to help protect the community, guests, and employees of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.
San Bernardino County is moving into reopening more businesses as part of Stage 3 of California’s four-stage reopening plan.
Ontario International Airport (ONT) continued to see strong growth in commercial air freight in May as tonnage handled rose more than 24 percent, the third straight month of better than 20 percent gains, while the number of passengers who flew in and out of the airport declined by 85 percent…
Rep. Pete Aguilar recently announced $53,266,820 in federal funding for Omnitrans, the San Bernardino region’s primary public transit agency.
An employee of a business in San Bernardino was arrested for allegedly burglarizing that business during a looting incident recently, according to the San Bernardino Police Department.
The Fontana Chamber of Commerce will be holding an online event entitled "Video Marketing: Telling Your Story" on Thursday, June 11.
California will allow bars, gyms, day camps, schools and other sectors to begin reopening next Friday, June 12, according to an announcement by San Bernardino County officials.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced a $196 million Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loan to the Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA).
Kaiser Permanente has announced that it will extend its waiver for most member out-of-pocket costs for inpatient and outpatient services related to the treatment of COVID-19 through Dec. 31.
Nectar Bath Treats, a company known for luxury bath and body treats, is launching the first drive-thru hand sanitizer program called “Sanitizers on the Go."
Dermody Properties has completed the construction of LogistiCenterSM at Rialto I, Building 4, located at 1642 W. Miro Way in Rialto.
Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on May 26 that hair salons and barber shops can now start reopening in certain areas of the state, including San Bernardino County.
Restaurants in San Bernardino County now have the authorization to reopen their dining areas, but not a huge number of the eateries in Fontana have done so right away.
Because San Bernardino County has flattened the COVID-19 curve and secured the resources needed to continue keeping the novel coronavirus under control, dine-in restaurants, stores and malls can now reopen with safety measures throughout the county after a state-ordered shutdown that lasted …
Employers throughout Fontana are being urged to make their voices heard on what it will take to restore business vitality, bring back jobs and successfully navigate a post-pandemic economy by taking an online survey.
With millions of people hunkering down at home and practicing social distancing, healthcare workers across the nation are fighting every day to provide the necessary care and treatment to those who have fallen ill during this pandemic. At the same time, businesses across the country are deve…
Wahoo’s Fish Tacos and 95.5 KLOS-FM teamed up to honor and feed hundreds of healthcare workers at Dignity Health - Community Hospital of San Bernardino on May 18.
Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) and L.A. Care Health Plan, two of California’s largest publicly-operated Medi-Cal managed health plans, recently announced efforts to provide financial support to hospitals and health systems during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Southern California faces “severe and long-lasting” economic impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic, with Great Depression-level unemployment, supply chain interruptions and significant drops in taxable sales, according to an analysis from the nation’s largest metropolitan planning organization.
The Board of Supervisors has introduced the San Bernardino County COVID Compliant Business Partnership that will direct $30 million in funding to help small businesses offset some of the costs needed to meet public health guidelines when reopening.
Five Star Pizza and Chicken has been serving the Fontana community for several years, and recently the business played an important role in helping hungry people who have been devastated by the coronavirus pandemic.
A new advertising account executive will be handling the Fontana Herald News advertising accounts, Publisher Tim Shoffeitt has announced.
With the limited re-opening of some Phase 2 businesses beginning on May 8, San Bernardino County is looking to owners and managers of businesses and facilities to establish safe reopening guidelines.
Surging air freight shipments continued to drive commercial activity at Ontario International Airport (ONT) in April, the second straight month of better than 20 percent gains, officials announced on May 14.
Lots of Fontana residents have been doing their part to help local restaurants stay in business during the coronavirus pandemic.
San Bernardino County Assessor-Recorder Bob Dutton is highlighting a new filing deadline by Gov. Newsom’s executive order to help small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 crisis to avoid tax penalties.
Loma Linda University Medical Center and East Campus hospitals were recognized nationally for achievements in patient safety and quality, receiving an "A" for spring 2020 from The Leapfrog Group, an independent watchdog organization.
The Board of Trustees of San Antonio Regional Hospital has announced the appointment of John T. Chapman as the hospital’s president and chief executive officer, effective May 6.
The Kaiser Permanente Fontana and Ontario Medical Centers have once again been awarded an "A" in the spring 2020 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade, a national distinction recognizing the medical centers’ achievements providing safer health care.
In order to help address immediate needs exacerbated by the coronavirus across the Inland Valley region, Bank of America has so far directed $577,500 in grants to 21 Inland Empire nonprofits.
As U.S. airlines enhance measures to reduce the potential spread of coronavirus by requiring crew members and passengers to wear face coverings onboard commercial flights, Ontario International Airport (ONT) officials are reminding all customers, visitors and employees that they must wear ap…
The devastation suffered by the Inland Empire economy as a result of the coronavirus pandemic was quite evident in the April edition of the Inland Empire Report on Business.
Fontana has been hit particularly hard by the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new report.
Ontario International Airport (ONT) officials expect significantly lower passenger volumes based on flight schedules for May, extending a trend since March as a result of the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on global aviation, the airport said in a news release.
Congresswoman Norma J. Torres (CA-35) led 76 lawmakers in calling for next COVID-19 stimulus package to include survivor benefits, commiserate compensation, and workplace protections for medical personnel as they combat the coronavirus.
As California makes progress in slowing the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak, working families and small businesses continue to struggle, said State Sen. Connie Leyva (D-20th District).
INTEX Recreation Corporation in Fontana donated 10,000 KN95 masks and 6,000 surgical masks to the City of Fontana and Fontana Police Department, according to a recent Facebook post by the Police Department.
Effective Monday, April 27, all 169 Stater Bros. Markets locations will extend their temporary operating hours from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
The Raising Cane's restaurant which opened in northeastern Fontana this past year has been a popular attraction, and its drive-through has remained very busy throughout the coronavirus crisis.
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (ARMC) recently announced that Andrew Goldfrach, FACHE, was appointed its new chief operating officer, effective immediately.