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Molina Healthcare, CSA and Hensel Phelps Host Drive-Thru Thanksgiving Meal Kit Giveaway in Riverside

IE Voice Staff  | The Molina Healthcare of California, Community Settlement Association (CSA) and Hensel Phelps co-hosted a drive-thru thanksgiving meal kit giveaway for 300 pre-selected families last Friday morning. The event  was held at the Community Settlement Association facility on Bermuda Avenue in Riverside. The families received kits  that included stuffing, canned cranberry sauce, […]

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Open to Interpretation: Visiting Benoit Malphettes’ Exhibition at the San Bernardino County Museum

Aryana Noroozi | Photographer Benoit Malphettes places audience engagement front and center at his most recent exhibition, “Open to Interpretation.” In his exhibition, currently mounted at the San Bernardino County Museum, Malphettes invites viewers to turn inwards and call on their own experiences and imaginings to form their individual interpretation of his art, some of […]

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Meet Inland Empire’s Youngest Community Advocate,  Bryan David Baldridge

Breanna Reeves | When Qianteh Looney-Baldridge’s 10-year-old son Bryan David Baldridge told her they needed to protest the construction of a new suspension bridge on McKinley Street in Corona, CA, she was surprised. Looney-Baldridge was ordering food from a local fast food restaurant when she and her son realized there was a lot of construction […]

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My Forever Family: 82 Children Adopted in Riverside’s Annual Adoption Finalization Day

Prince James Story | For the last fourteen years, the Children’s Services Division of the Riverside County Department of Public Social Services and the Riverside Superior Court have co-hosted a national adoption event to raise the level of adoption awareness in the Inland Empire. Former President Ronald Regan created National Adoption Week in 1984 to […]

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Inland Empire Health Officials Warn of Increased Cases of RSV in Children

Breanna Reeves | State and local health officials have issued health advisories as cases of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and other illnesses increase this winter. Higher levels of RSV cases have been reported this fall, though this virus is a common infection among children. RSV is a respiratory virus that usually causes mild, cold-like symptoms, […]

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Helen Tran set to become first Asian American Mayor of the City of San Bernardino as heavy rain, winds keep voters away

S. E. Williams | Voter turnout was low in both Inland Empire counties on Tuesday, November 8. Although this is not usual for a midterm election, it is possible this year’s winds and heavy rain may have added to the abysmal participation.  By mid-day Wednesday, Registrar of Voters Offices in Riverside and San Bernardino counties […]

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Newsom Leads Strong Team of Democratic Candidates in Securing Election Victories

Kenneth Ng’Eitch Kipruto Gov Gavin Newsom won his re-election bid with a huge margin, leading a pack of democratic candidates that were seeking new terms in statewide offices in this year’s midterm election. Newsom, who defeated a recall bid last year, easily won the elections against Republican state Sen. Brian Dahle. It is, however, not […]