Altura Foundation awarding $10,000 grants to local small businesses
Local Foundation supports small businesses with big dreams while enhancing the economy
Gateway to Riverside shopping center has a new look and name – Citrus Landing
Stater Bros. Market moves west Riverside store to a new site at the Citrus Landing
Chamber President Resigns After 45 Years of Leadership
Cindy Roth is ready for a new chapter in her life
Downtown Parking Rates Revisited by City Council
Community input encouraged through surveys prior to September 9
Riverside Coffeehouse and Bakery Voted LA Times’ Best in Inland Empire
Newcomer in the bakery community, Arcade’s Bakehouse is voted best in the Inland Empire and their Tasting Room gets a nod too.
What’s next for the post-Nordstrom Galleria at Tyler?
City officials share insights, mall management provides general updates
Worker Shortage Not Just a Pandemic Problem in Southern California
Ability to meet current, future demand challenged; problem magnified in California due to housing scarcity
Euryale Brewing Company: Crafting beers is an artful science
One in an occasional series about Riverside small business owners.
Talking Instagram and butter chicken with the owners of Cali Tardka, Riverside’s hottest home restaurant
The family behind successful Punjabi home restaurant Cali Tardka on their humble beginnings, viral success, and delectable cuisine.
Downtown florist The Nature of Things: Where floral design imitates art
One in an occasional series on local small businesses in Riverside.
The Fruit Man Farmers’ Market makes eating well a labor of love
Long-time purveyor of produce Rick Armenta loves bringing high-quality fruit, vegetables, and juices to his loyal customers.
Installation of city-wide fiber-optic network planned for 2025
SiFi Networks will install its fiber-optic networking system city-wide at its own cost, estimated at $300,000,000, then sell access to internet service providers for homes and businesses.
Tesla to open sales, service center
Tesla showroom, service center to repurpose former Amtrak call center site in Orangecrest
Beyond gems and tea: Longest-running family-operated apothecary store in Southern California gives back to the community
The shop, located in Downtown Riverside, is a jack-of-all-trades place of wonder providing small but quality items to its longtime customers.
The small business community has a chance to breathe. A new relief grant program is here.
Businesses that have been negatively impacted by the pandemic can now receive COVID-19 relief funds, thanks to a new Riverside County grant program.
Sustained economic growth in the Inland Empire: A snapshot for 2021
The region, which encompasses both Riverside and San Bernardino counties, sees continued economic growth surpass U.S. average.