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Apóla Greek Grill celebrates Grand Opening today in Galleria

Popular fast casual restaurant opens with ribbon cutting, giveaways, and more on Thursday, February 2

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Police Department opens enrollment to program for “at risk” youth and their parents

Not to be confused with “scared straight," 4th - 6th graders learn classroom etiquette, internet safety, and drug dangers

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Weekend Closure: Westbound 91, I-15 to Lincoln Avenue

Adjust your weekend travel timelines to accommodate a full closure of all lanes on 91 westbound.

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Drive-thru only Chick-fil-a planned for Citrus Landing shopping center on the Planning Commission menu

Preliminary plans show a two-lane drive-thru restaurant at corner of Van Buren and Arlington where new Stater Bros. Market recently opened.

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In Memoriam: Riverside leaders we lost in 2022

From educators to athletes, Riverside has been blessed to be home to many highly impactful leaders. Join us as we remember a few of the remarkable residents we lost in 2022.

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Less than two weeks left to catch The Cheech’s opening exhibit

Collidoscope: the de la Torre Brothers Retro-Perspective will be closing January 22.

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1956 Rose Parade Float Honored Riverside’s First Award as an All-American City

Exploring Riverside’s Past

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Millions of twinkling lights adorn the City of Riverside

Family Festival Fun at the Festival of Lights is a tradition which will not disappoint

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Raincross Weekend: December 15 – 18

Magic fills the air this weekend in Riverside! Join in on carols and crafts, catch a movie, or even the Inland Pacific Ballet’s performances of The Nutcracker to experience the holiday spirit.

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Celebrating 10 Years of Miracles

Miracles keep coming to families in Riverside

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Christmas in Riverside 150 years ago

Exploring Riverside's past.

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Crosstown Show Down ends with Lancers on top

The UCR Highlanders and CBU Lancers traded the lead throughout this crosstown rivalry between Riverside’s two Division 1 Men’s Basketball programs with the Lancers taking the game

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Maximize Your Merry and Bright at the Festival of Lights

The golden 30th anniversary of the Festival of Lights Switch-On Ceremony kicks off in Downtown Riverside on Nov 25.

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Riverside teams succeeding in the playoffs

A few sports programs came to a close while some teams like CSDR are deep in their post-season and both CBU Cross Country team taking home the championship. Other programs like Basketball are kicking off their season with mixed results.

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Festival of Lights in the run for Best Public Holiday Lights Display in the Country

Who is the fairest of them all - Tell others of your excitement for the Riverside Festival of Lights by voting in the USA Today– 10 Best Public Holiday Lights Display contest

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Exploring Riverside’s Past: Armistice Day 1922 Honored the British Empire

Armistice Day commemorates the signing of an armistice or cease fire between the Allied nations and Germany on November 11, 1918.

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First of Forever’s

Life will never be the same for 82 children as they joined their forever families on Adoption Finalization Day

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Where to find Halloween lights and displays in Riverside!

Pirates, Spooky Clowns and Monsters are ready to greet you this weekend throughout Riverside.

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Mixed results with local collegiate sports while high school football is thriving

Schools like CSDR are absolutely running away with the competition, while others like CBU tally both wins and losses. UCR is struggling to get any momentum going across all fall sports.

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Local Civil Rights Leaders realize a dream

Civil Rights Institute of Inland Southern California celebrates everyday people who fought to thrive in the face of fierce adversity and systemic racism

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