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VICTORVILLE — City officials have invited the public to attend an upcoming workshop on a future improvement project for local streets.The “Complete Streets” project would add bike lanes, sidewalks and ADA-compliant curb ramps along Arrowhead Drive and Seventh Avenue between Green Tree Boulevard and Bear Valley Road.According to city spokeswoman Sue Jones, the project is part of a broader, five-year plan aimed at widening streets and adding bike lanes and […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20160605/victorville-to-host-complete-streets-workshop-wednesday?rssfeed=true
ADELANTO — The City Council will meet twice this week, with a Tuesday workshop on fees and taxes preceding Wednesday’s regular Council session.The workshop Tuesday is scheduled to begin at noon inside council chambers at City Hall, 11600 Air Expressway. The agenda describes it as a “comprehensive discussion regarding city fees and taxes, especially pertaining to business licenses, marijuana activity, permits, and developments.”Then, on Wednesday, the Council will meet […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20160605/council-meets-twice-this-week?rssfeed=true
ADELANTO — California Governor Jerry Brown recently appointed city spokesman Michael Stevens to the Board of Directors of the 28th District Agricultural Association, also known as the San Bernardino County Fair.Stevens’ term, officially announced last month, expires in 2019.”I’m delighted that the Governor chose me to use my time and talents to help guide the activities of the 28th District Agricultural Association,” Stevens said in a statement.His appointment was […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20160605/stevens-named-to-fair-board?rssfeed=true
ADELANTO — The city hosted its first film screening Friday night in the 2016 summer Movies in Park series at Richardson Park.Disney’s “Inside Out” kicked off the free months-long family-friendly series, and four more movies are slated to be shown through Oct. 7. “Hotel Translyvania 2” is next in the lineup, set for July 8.The 2016 series follows up on last year’s popular screenings at the park, sponsored by the Adelanto Community Benefit Corporation.After “Hotel […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20160605/summer-screenings?rssfeed=true
Two Laguna Beach homes originally built in the 1920s and later owned by Academy Award winning actress Diane Keaton have wound up on the market at the same time.
An oceanfront house on Cliff Drive, built in 1928, was listed in April at $17.995…
RIVERSIDE — Trevor DeLaHoussaye pitched seven stellar innings Saturday to give Academy for Academic Excellence its first baseball championship.The Knights beat Excelsior 5-0 at UC Riverside in the CIF-Southern Section Division 7 championship game, snapping a six-game losing streak against their Cross Valley League rival.Prior to Saturday’s game, DeLaHoussaye said the team that made the fewest mistakes would win. He was right. The Eagles committed four errors […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/sports/20160604/prep-playoff-baseball-academy-for-academic-excellence-wins-first-ever-baseball-title?rssfeed=true
RIVERSIDE — When Trevor DeLaHoussaye woke up Saturday morning, his throwing shoulder ached.He was in enough pain Friday night that he couldn’t lift his right arm over his head. In the hours leading up to Academy for Academic Excellence’s first CIF-Southern Section title, DeLaHoussaye didn’t feel well enough to pitch.Then the senior prayed, along with his parents and the coaching staff, and something incredible happened. The pain stopped. Whether […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/sports/20160604/prep-playoff-baseball-trevor-delahoussaye-pitches-through-pain-in-title-game?rssfeed=true
A bulldozer molds a building pad on a dirt lot in Newport Beach. A welder perched eight stories up assembles a high rise’s steel frame at the Irvine Spectrum. A giant mechanical arm pumps concrete from a mixer truck high into into a new…Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/articles/office-718232-county-orange.html
Uh-oh! Here we go again?
You may have been thinking such anxious thoughts when you heard that Wells Fargo Bank – a major mortgage maker – launched a new home loan that lets house hunters buy with only 3 percent down. Isn’t this the same recipe…
VICTORVILLE — It’s already an irritably warm Tuesday morning and 18-year-old Michael Kaparos, as he’s done for a year, is serving hot dogs, pastries, coffee and snacks to rather subdued court-goers.But make no mistake, he says, the atmosphere outside the Victorville Superior Courthouse can be charged. An everyday exercise of the law can occasionally lead to families divided and the recently exonerated to “have their happy walk down to their car.”And Kaparos is smack dab […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20160603/day-in-life-order-in-food-court?rssfeed=true