By Erik Galicia A coalition of mayors of California’s 13 largest cities are asking the state’s leadership to commit $20 billion over the next five years to address homelessness. If approved in the state budget, it would be the largest monetary commitment to tackling homelessness in the country’s history. The group, Big City Mayors, urged
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.
Posted: May 15, 2015 | Updated: May 29, 2015 | Written by James H. Williams Riverside City College’s Vice President of Student Services, Edward Bush, confirmed that he will be the new president of Cosumnes River College. With his term beginning July 1, it will end his 17-year stint with the Riverside Community College District,
UPDATE as of May 5: Listed below are timeframes in which each of the three candidates will be visiting RCCD. A detailed schedule is expected to be announced this week Dr. Kathryn E. Jeffery – May 11-13 Dr. Tod A. Burnett – May 18-20 Dr. Michael L. Burke – May 28-30 ORIGINAL STORY: May 1,
Lucinda Mattews | Staff Writer With four wins under its belt the RCC women’s water polo team is ready for their first season without Riverside Hall of Fame coach David Almquist. The teams first games took place in Sacramento at American River College. Their expectations for the season are to keep the winning tradition going. They