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  • US clergy members say their jobs are stressful: ‘We need help, too’
    Fox Business
    Zeb, now chaplain at the five-college Claremont Colleges network in California, described Duke’s backtracking as “a hard call.” “Students’ and staff’s lives were being threatened,” he said. “You don’t want to live with that on your conscience -- one of your students getting shot and killed.” At Claremont, Zeb ministers to ...
  • Fontana gives another $200,000 to Woman’s Club for planned restaurant
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Less than a year after giving the local Woman’s Club $400,000 to turn its downtown clubhouse into a five-star restaurant, Fontana will give the group an additional $200,000 to cover the costs of ...
  • Newly combined Redlands-San Bernardino Salvation Army has $450,000 shortfall
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    The little red dress and matching coat hanging on a bunk bed in a small room at a San Bernardino shelter are for a court date. The items belong to a father who completed rehabilitation and is ...
  • Stresses multiply for many U.S. clergy: ‘We need help too’
    WHYY
    In this image taken from video, Adeel Zeb, Islamic chaplain at the five-college Claremont Colleges network in California, prays during a break in his day, Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020. (Aron Ranen/AP Photo) Zeb, now chaplain at the five-college Claremont Colleges network in California, described Duke’s backtracking as “a hard call.”
  • 1 dead, 2 critical in solo vehicle crash in Pomona
    San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    One person was killed and two critically injured early Tuesday when a vehicle crashed into a concrete divider at high speed, rolled over and hit a tree in Pomona, authorities said. The crash was ...
  • Tailgate Fest lineup includes Dierks Bentley, Lynyrd Skynyrd, TLC
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Dierks Bentley, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Justin Moore and TLC are among the artists providing the soundtrack to the third edition of the Tailgate Fest, which moves to a venue known for tailgating — Auto ...
  • Flintridge Prep’s Makenna Dominguez voted Southern California Girls Athlete of the Week
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Noteworthy: Dominguez, considered one of the top girls soccer players for the 2021 class in the United States, delivered a big performance in the Rebels’ 8-0 win over Westridge. The junior ...
  • Ducks, left wing Nicolas Deslauriers find comfort zone with 2-year extension
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    CALGARY, Alberta — Nicolas Deslauriers arrived at the Ducks’ training camp back in September determined to prove his value to his new team. He wanted to show there was still a place in today ...
  • Northview boys wrestling wins CIF championship at Individuals; Several locals qualify for Masters
    San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Two area wrestlers won sectional titles at the Coastal Division Tournament at West Torrance High. Arroyo’s Devin Martinez, a junior, claimed the 132-pound title with a second period pin over Claremont’s Brandon Fairman. Gabrielino’s Donovan Sanin secured the 138-pound title with a narrow 2-0 win over Bonita’s Ethan Barrile. Other area ...
  • San Bernardino County’s homeless are high priority for supervisor candidates
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Most candidates running for San Bernardino County supervisor have at least one thing in common — they want to address homelessness. What they differ on is how. While the homeless epidemic is not ...
  • Glendora’s first female police chief retires
    San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Glendora’s first female police chief is retiring. Lisa Rosales, whose last day is Tuesday, Feb. 18, served as the city’s police chief for three years and worked more than three decades in law ...
  • Historic paintings at Pomona’s Palomares Adobe to be restored
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    One of the oldest religious artifacts of our early history is getting some professional care and rehabilitation to help it survive another 170-plus years. The Historical Society of the Pomona ...
  • Ramón Ayala, Brett Eldredge and Stick Figure have been added to Pacific Amphitheatre’s 2020 lineup
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    OC Fair has announced three more shows for its 2020 Toyota Summer Concert Series at Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa. This season, the venue will welcome back Mexican singer-songwriter and noted ...
  • Justin Turner lashes out at MLB commissioner over handling of Astros
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    GLENDALE >> Cody Bellinger refused to get in a war of words with Carlos Correa. But Justin Turner turned up the heat with a stinging rebuke of MLB commissioner Rob Manfred’s handling of the ...
  • Glendora, La Verne, San Dimas and Pomona: Gold Line builders are rolling into town
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    For a price of about $2.1 billion, it will extend 9 miles from Azusa Pacific University to north Pomona, and if a $450 million funding gap is closed, possibly on to Claremont and Montclair ...
  • Status Update: Paroled felons will get job training for construction work
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    A new employment program will help former felons get vocational training and jobs in the Inland Empire’s construction industry. Prison-2-Employment is a collaboration between the Building ...
  • Peninsula city uses new state law to increase affordable housing density
    Mercury News
    After the defeat of a controversial proposal to boost housing density throughout California, San Mateo may become the first city to use a different state law to increase the number of affordable housing units on a new project east of downtown.
  • $3 million sought to study passenger train to Ontario airport
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    A San Bernardino County Transportation Authority committee wants to explore three alternatives to bring rail service to Ontario International Airport.
  • College Roundup: UC Irvine baseball beats Fresno State for first win
    Los Angeles Times
    Adrian Damla was four for four with two runs batted in for the UC Irvine baseball team in Saturday’s 12-6 nonconference win at Fresno State. Riley Kasper had three hits, including a three-run home run, for the Anteaters (1-1). Jacob Castro also had three ...
  • Valley View girls basketball holds off challenge from Bonita in CIF-SS playoffs
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    MORENO VALLEY >> It began as a clinic and turned into a test, but it ended the way almost all games have ended this season for the Valley View girls basketball team – with a happy bunch of Eagles.