By Leo Cabral As protests against police brutality continue across the nation, hundreds gathered in solidarity at the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial statue outside the Riverside County Administration Building. Many local prominent Black elected officials, civil rights leaders and union workers spoke at the vigil for victims of racial violence June 4.
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By Erik Galicia Riverside’s six mayoral hopefuls talked homelessness, marijuana and bankruptcy on Feb. 26 during their final public forum before Tuesday’s election. “We need to address the people that don’t want help,” Acea Stapler, a county office assistant and retired U.S. Navy member, told potential voters at Avila’s Historic 1929. “That is where the
Patricia Lock Dawson, a Riverside Unified School District board member since 2011, announced Sept. 4, that she’s running for mayor.
The young candidate hopes his previous accomplishments and knowledge will gain him the ability to seek change and create a better future for the cities development of affordable housing, the resolvement of the cities infrastructure and maintaining the focus on historic preservation.
Riverside walk for wishes
Make a Wish foundation will be at Fairmount Park April 9 at 7:30 a.m. for its annual Riverside Walk for Wishes event. There will be a spirit walk in the morning followed by vendors, games, prizes and live entertainment. For more information about the event contact Sarah Pizzaruso event coordinator at 714-573-9474.
“Riverside residents beamed with pride as city leaders discussed past challenges and the recent economic and cultural growth of the city at the 39th State of the City address, delivered by Mayor William “Rusty” Bailey.”
The Riverside Convention Center hosted over 1,100 attendees on Jan. 28 for Riverside’s 39th State of the City address delivered by Mayor William Rusty Bailey.
One of the oldest traditions in academia, the Investiture Ceremony honoring the inauguration of Riverside City College President Wolde-Ab Isaac, took place Oct. 12 from 9-10:30 a.m. in the Landis Auditorium.
Posted: May 28, 2015 | Written by Brooke Cary and Jacob Filek The severity of the West Coast Drought has caused California to become a center for low-flush urinals, high-efficiency sprinkler nozzles and “water-wise” turf replacement. Even air-cooled ice machines which “use less water and energy than conventional ice machines, and make ice more quickly
Danyel Whyte | Staff Writer May 15, 2014 Retailers surrounding the Mission Inn showcased the creative community of Downtown Riverside with clothing and fashion. Riverside Community College contributed through hair & makeup and added to the art of the city by styling more than 100 different models at the Destination Style Spring Fashion Show on