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    By Dianne Anderson With all the dazzle, the twirling, the stepping, the horses, headliners and classic cars, MLK Day is always special, but this year, probably more so because the big family extravaganza and parade is finally happening face to face. It’s the first big real-time community celebration since pre-pandemic. “We’ve been stagnant. There’s nothing ...
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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 In pollution ridden parts of San Bernardino, crusaders have chipped away at policy change for over 20 years, but it’s finally happening. Some got tired, others passed away, and many continued to carry the baton for a safer Westside. The victory this week belongs to the enduring community, especially the early mothers ...