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    By Dianne Anderson At about a half million dollars each, the 95 homes coming to the Westside are expected to breathe new life into Medical Center Drive, representing the kind of upscale development not seen in the community for decades. Councilwoman Kim Calvin said the new housing development will bring more revenues to help build ...
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    By Dianne Anderson When push comes to shove, Project Fighting Chance is worried about what to do with the kids. Like most small nonprofits, the last thing they can afford is a monthly outlay set to balloon three times what they have been paying for years for their space at the Home of Neighborly Service ...
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    By Antonio‌ ‌Ray‌ ‌Harvey ‌California‌ ‌Black‌ ‌Media‌ The officer-involved shooting of 23-year-old Rob Marquise Adams in San Bernardino on July 16 has put the spotlight on a law that requires state prosecutors in California to investigate such incidents. Authored by Assemblymember Kevin McCarty (D-Sacramento), Secretary of the California Legislative Black Caucus, Assembly Bill (AB) 1506 ...
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    The San Bernardino City Unified School District (SBCUSD) is eager to enroll the Class of 2035 to start school on Monday, August 1. Families may enroll now or at the Saturday, July 30 SBCUSD Enrollment Fair. Online enrollment for kindergarten and transitional kindergarten in SBCUSD is underway. Children who will be 5 years old by ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Any questions of whether or not San Bernardino police thought that Rob Adams was the actual suspect they were looking for, or whether or not he had a gun, doesn’t address why they had to shoot him in the back multiple times as he ran in the opposite direction. That and other ...
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    What was more than 10 years in the making culminated with a three-day celebration recognizing and honoring a group of men for what they accomplished 50 years ago as 12 year olds. The 1972 Civic Athletic Club (CAC) Little League All-Star Baseball team from the Westside of San Bernardino finally received the recognition they so ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Youth at Akoma Unity Center are learning about environmental injustice, policy reform and social action the hard knocks way – it’s what they see in their water. Over the next year, they’ll learn all about water purity with the Peoples Collective for Environmental Justice (PC4EJ), the organization guiding the way toward cleaner ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Juneteenth is in full swing like never before with back-to-back local events to choose from, but organizers say it’s more than just good times and good eats. Hundreds have already registered for a June 18 event at San Bernardino Valley College, just one of numerous events popping up. Expect something for the ...
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    It was the summer of 1972 and kids who were playing Little League Baseball dreamed about making the all-star team for their respective leagues. One all-star team from the Sixth Ward on the westside of San Bernardino that was led by two hard throwing twelve year old pitchers and a head coach who would eventually ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Bringing out the basketball team brings out the fans, and let the games begin. LA Sparks NBWA members and the coach are coming to Indian Springs High School for a two hour Jr. Sparks Basketball Clinic event to help kids learn how not to lose control in life on a bad dribble. ...