A substantial number of California counties could see fewer restrictions on business operations starting next week as coronavirus infections, hospitalizations and deaths continue to fall, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Tuesday.
All council members were physically present with Councilman Joe Males working remotely. The invocation was given by 2 presenters with Councilman Lilienthal leading the Pledge of Allegiance.
McSweeny Farms in Hemet, introduced a new neighborhood with three model homes on Jan. 16. Richmond American’s popular Seasons collection with one single story and two two-story floor plans, are available at the southwest Riverside master plan.
The number of active COVID-19 cases in the United States is roughly ten times higher than the number of confirmed cases on any given day, according to a computer model by Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health scientists. Since the start of the pandemic, an estimated one-third of the U.S. population has already been infected, with numbers five times that of the official count.
Congressman Raul Ruiz, M.D. (CA-36) is urging retail pharmacies to join the fight for health equity in COVID-19 vaccinations. In a letter to the CVS Health CEO Larry Merlo, Dr. Ruiz called on the retail pharmacy to prioritize high-risk, underserved communities in its vaccine administration plans.
Soboba’s Department of Public Safety works hard to provide needed services for all residents of the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians Reservation and surrounding areas. Always looking for ways to continue its important work, Director of Public Safety Brian Herritt recently applied for and received a grant to open a Victims Assistance Center near the DPS offices.
The Milano’s Pizza and Italian Restaurant crew, customers, and community are celebrating 30 years since the beloved local eatery opened its doors in February 1991.
California should allow all but death row inmates and those spending life behind bars without the chance of parole to request lighter sentences after they serve at least 15 years, one piece of a dramatic overhaul of the state’s sentencing laws that an advisory committee to Gov. Gavin Newsom recommended Tuesday.
As they say in the newspaper world, “You could have mailed it in.” That’s what happens when everything runs like a river just drifting along in the summer breeze. Tuesday night’s San Jacinto City Council Meeting was another love fest. Every item on the Agenda was rubber-stamped okay and so it went.