The press is invited to attend an interview opportunity with the Board of Supervisors to discuss Riverside County’s new designation as the 10th largest county in the U.S.
Riverside County will expand its audit of a group the county paid to provide services for at-risk youths, after an initial review showed the group could not adequately document it had provided all the services for which it had billed.
The number of homeless people living in Riverside County dropped 16 percent compared to two years ago, and the number of chronically homeless fell by 17 percent, according to a countywide survey conducted Jan. 28.
A student at the Cal State San Bernardino Palm Desert Campus has been diagnosed with active tuberculosis and Riverside County health officials are working with university officials to identify students and staff who might have been exposed to the illness.
More than a thousand individuals from 500 companies are registered to attend a summit Thursday (1/29) in Riverside where they will meet directly with purchasing agents from the military and other government agencies.
Traffic in both directions on Magnolia Avenue will detour near the Riverside and Corona city limits for about a year, starting Jan. 20, in order to build a bridge over a railroad crossing. The traffic bridge will end conflicts between trains and vehicles at the crossing, make it safer for pedestrians, reduce traffic delays, and improve access for emergency vehicles.
Facts and other information about the potentially fatal Ebola virus are available on a new web page from Riverside County health officials.
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