By Jonathan Ramirez Construction of the controversial St. Michael’s Project, a 50 unit permanent supportive housing complex, was approved March 31 by the Riverside City Council despite heavy opposition. The […]
By Erik Galicia The Riverside Community College District’s proposed Measure A, which seeks $715 million for improvements around the district, will be decided by local voters tomorrow. According to the […]
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 […]
By Erik Galicia Mayor Rusty Bailey called for Riverside to put “all hands on deck” to overcome homelessness during his final State of the City address at the Riverside Convention […]
Former Riverside City College football player Izaac Colunga has been identified as one of the two men who were shot at a house party in Riverside on March 3.
In an effort to give back to their Riverside community, the Norco College Music Industry Studies Program is organizing a benefit concert in alliance with Feeding America on March 18.
Riverside County is at war with a dangerous foe. These pesky little creatures have always been here, but now they are armed with their weapon of choice the West Nile Virus and they’re prepared to bite at any time day or night.
Posted: May 13, 2015 | Written by Aja Sanders The Riverside Police Department and the Riverside County Department of Mental Health collaborated on May 7 at California Baptist University for […]
With growing concerns of an outbreak of the Ebola epidemic on U.S. soil, the county of Riverside and its residents are spreading awareness and putting countermeasures in place to combat […]