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Taking on powerful subjects such as suicide prevention, mental illness, and systemic racism, nearly a dozen Jurupa Hills High School student filmmakers were recognized by the Directing Change Film Project for excellence in producing 60-second public service announcements.

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Ransom Wilson, the music director and conductor of the Redlands Symphony and an internationally known flute performer, will join six musicians from the Redlands Symphony in a virtual concert program that will air from Feb. 12 to Feb. 14.

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The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors has placed San Bernardino County at the top of the leaderboard toward becoming the first Southern California home of Topgolf, an internationally renowned technology-enabled entertainment experience.

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The Lewis Library and Technology Center is inviting residents to join on Facebook and Zoom for the upcoming Library Loves STEAM event.

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The Lewis Library and Technology Center has been open to the public in recent months, but now the coronavirus crisis has forced the facility to shut its doors once again.

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Harnessing the power of film and committed to helping the mental health and well-being of their classmates and community, seven Fontana Unified School District film production students have been recognized for excellence in the Directing Change Film Project.

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The holiday season is arriving, and despite the health crisis, City of Fontana employees are excited to share some memorable moments with local residents and their families.

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The Christmas on Euclid Experience, a non-profit organization produced by the Greater Ontario Convention and Visitors Bureau, has begun the traditional construction of the 12 Nativity scenes in Ontario.

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Not very many trick-or-treaters were seen in Fontana on Oct. 31 because of concern over the coronavirus pandemic, but lots of families still enjoyed Halloween -- and they sent photos of themselves to the Herald News to prove it.