One problem with “Bad Moms” — the raunchy comedy written and directed by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, who teamed up to write 2009’s “The Hangover” — is the title is a bit of a misnomer.These women are overworked, overshadowed, overbearing and wildly underappreciated, but not even the worst among them is a bad mother.The sociopolitical world in which they operate is the same one found at any American high school, largely because […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20160729/movie-review-bad-moms-are-good-too?rssfeed=true
The final link of the Upper Narrows Pipeline Project was attached and opened Thursday morning, signaling the first time in more than five years that wastewater flow from Victorville, Spring Valley Lake and Hesperia is moving by gravity through a permanent pipeline to a plant near Southern California Logistics Airport.On Thursday morning, a 27-inch pipeline running north and paralleling railroad tracks in the Upper Narrows was connected to a manhole that leads to a 40-inch pipeline, […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20160728/vvwra-wastewater-pipeline-project-servicing-victorville-hesperia-and-spring-valley-lake-functionally-finished?rssfeed=true
VICTORVILLE — An early morning fire at the defunct T-Zers Bar & Grill is believed to have caused an estimated $30,000 worth of damage Friday morning, authorities said.San Bernardino County Fire Department personnel responded to a report of a fire at the location at 14269 Seventh St. a little after 1:30 a.m.Firefighters arrived within five minutes of the call and reported smoke coming from the building’s attic, according to spokesman Mike McClintock. The fire […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20160729/fire-at-former-teazers-bar-amp-nightclub-causes-estimated-30k-in-damages-friday-morning?rssfeed=true
VICTORVILLE — For hundreds of former employees of the shuttered AGC Glass Plant, the dream of returning to work there died many years ago, but a recent sign erected on the property has some thinking about the good old days.Former employees told the Daily Press the recent property “available” signs that popped up along Silica Road stir up positive and negative emotions for the group that picked up the pieces of their lives and moved on nearly 10 years ago. […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20160729/former-agc-glass-plants-available-signs-bitter-pill-for-some?rssfeed=true
APPLE VALLEY — Church member Jeanne Bryson said the congregation at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church is wondering why anyone would steal three flags from the church.“I can see someone stealing a California or U.S. flag,” Bryson told the Daily Press. “But why on Earth would anyone feel the need to steal an Episcopal flag? To me, this is about as low as someone can be. It’s just not right.”Bryson, a senior warden at the church along Highway […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20160728/flags-stolen-from-st-timothys-episcopal-church?rssfeed=true
APPLE VALLEY — Hundreds of people lined up for an opportunity to select fresh produce from a growing ministry in the High Desert this week.Pastor Raul Medina of Broken Hearts Ministry in Apple Valley told the Daily Press his Spanish congregation has been aggressive in meeting the spiritual and physical needs of the community.“We picked up 13 pallets of food from Food Forward in Los Angeles on Wednesday and handed out 12,000 pounds of food on Thursday afternoon, […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20160729/food-ministry-keeps-it-healthy-broken-hearts-ministry-hands-out-12000-pounds-of-food-to-community?rssfeed=true
APPLE VALLEY — The release of “Pokemon Go” has turned the gaming world upside down, with an army of Pokemon trainers heading outdoors to hunt for the little pocket monsters.The Victor Valley Museum in Apple Valley has been “Pokemon Go” central, as thousands of players have descended on the location along Apple Valley Road to play the smartphone-based game at all hours of the day and night.But instead of museum staff banning the wave of Pokemon players, they’ve […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20160729/if-you-cant-beat-em-join-em-victor-valley-museum-embraces-pokemon-go-phenomenon?rssfeed=true
RANCHO CUCAMONGA — Scott Heineman’s big day helped the High Desert Mavericks stretch their winning streak against the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes to four games with an 8-3 victory Thursday on the road.Heineman went 4-5 with two home runs, one double, four runs scored and three RBIs while batting leadoff. Heineman’s solo shot in the fifth inning gave the Mavericks a 2-1 lead that they would never relinquish.Jairo Beras also added a solo home run in the […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/sports/20160728/heineman-helps-mavericks-top-quakes?rssfeed=true
NEWPORT BEACH – A proposed 384-apartment complex with retail space just outside John Wayne Airport was voted down by the City Council.
The apartments would have replaced the MacArthur Square shopping center with several four-story buildings and…
I was very troubled when my oldest daughter, who is in graduate school outside of the state, told me she wonders if she will ever be able to afford to move back to California and buy a home with prices in the Golden State being what they are.