By Liv Pearson For over 60 years, the Southern California Railway Museum, formerly the Orange Empire Railway Museum, has been working to keep a bit of electric railway history preserved. The museum, located in Perris, invites people of all ages to visit its collection of more than 200 streetcars and railway vehicles. It also offers
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By Keyshonna Simmons Spark of Love Toy Drive The Riverside Fire Department and ABC7 are teaming up for a toy drive running through Dec. 24. To make Christmas special for a child or teenager in Riverside, donate at the Cesar Chavez Community Center at 2060 University Ave., the Stratton Community Center at 2008 Martin Luther
Erik Galicia Riverside Community College District Chancellor Wolde-Ab Isaac held an open forum to discuss the 2019-2024 District Strategic Plan at Riverside City College on Aug. 30. Isaac briefly detailed the district’s plan to tackle student homelessness with a downtown housing facility funded by the city of Riverside. The district’s approach toward student homelessness was
The Inland Empire chapters of the Immigrant Youth Coalition, Black Lives Matters and the Palestinian Youth Movement hosted a “Coming Out of the Shadows” rally in front of Riverside City Hall on March 29.
Local filmmaker Michael Tukes orchestrated the Tukes Art Expo in his hometown of Moreno Valley on May 21, showcasing various talents from the Inland Empire and attracting a massive turnout of 150 people.
Assistant professor of Automotive Technology Paul O’Connell was recently awarded an “Excellence in Teaching” award from the Inland Empire/Desert Regional Consortia on May 2. The award is given to CTE professors who have shown excellence and gone above and beyond as faculty in the classroom.
Shedding light on Fairmount Park on an otherwise gloomy morning, the sixth-annual Walk for Wishes event looked forward to fulfilling the dreams of children battling life threatening illnesses in the surrounding communities of Riverside County April 9.
Uber, the taxi-like service, will increase its rates by 25 percent in the area, said Uber’s Inland Empire General Manager Christopher Ballard in an email sent out to users of the mobile app.
James Williams | Sports Editor According to RCCathletics.com, five members of the 2013 Riverside City College baseball team have recently accepted scholarships to four-year universities and will continue their athletic careers. Cal State Los Angeles has offered RCC’s Joe Molina and Chris Oropesa scholarships. Both Oropesa and Molina are right-handed pitchers. Catcher David Schuknecht will play
Riverside Ballet teams with Riverside Ghost Walk to make children and adults scream in haunting performance. DANIEL GHANBARI | STAFF WRITER The California Riverside Ballet is more than happy to announce their newest attraction “Dark Dreams Doorway” in their 22nd annual Ghost Walk on Oct. 25-26. “Dark Dreams Doorway” is about thirty seconds in duration and is guaranteed to put fear in anyone who