The County of Riverside is celebrating America Recycles Day with free family fun! Join the festivities on Saturday, Nov. 16, from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the Resource Garden located at the Riverside County Department of Waste Resources at 14310 Frederick St., Moreno Valley.
(Perris, CA) – The Riverside County Film Commission found a “dynamite” location for the 20th Century Fox Television Studios pilot “9-1-1: Lone Star.”
Many Riverside County residents saw, or heard, the filming taking place along the 215 Freeway near Perris as the 20th Century Fox Television Studios (TCFTV) show filmed a simulated blow-up of an empty grain silo for the 9-1-1: Lone Star season pilot.
Cash scholarships awarded to 10 honorees demonstrating exemplary character during adversity
The recipients for this year’s Jamil Dada Character Excellence Youth Awards, include 10 Riverside County youth who displayed exemplary character while overcoming adversity, such as poverty, child abuse, drug abuse, abandonment and homelessness. Each youth was awarded a scholarship of $2,500 towards their education.
Earlier this year, the Riverside County Probation Department reached a settlement in a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union. The suit pertained to a youth diversion program known as the Youth Accountability Teams (YAT).
Riverside County pulls down more CSAC Challenge awards than any other county
The County of Riverside received five prominent awards from the California State Association of Counties’ (CSAC) 2019 Challenge Awards. Riverside County earned more awards than any other county in the state, including the prestigious Innovation Award, which was one of only two such awards given this year throughout the entire state.
Veterans and dependents get free legal advice on civil matters
The Riverside County Veterans’ Services and Veterans Legal Institute (VLI) now offer free legal clinics for at risk and low income veterans and their dependents.
Health officials are urging residents in portions of southwest Riverside County to limit outdoor activities because of smoke and ash generated by the Tenaja Fire near Murrieta.
Access to Santa Ana River restored, county and city officials provide safety reminders
After consulting with the Regional Water Quality Control Board and our Public Health Department, the Department of Environmental Health is recommending to the City of Jurupa Valley that the temporary closure of access to the Santa Ana River be lifted.
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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