Wednesday Sep 10
Redlands Daily Facts
Orange Blossom Trail construction begins behind University of Redlands
Redlands Councilman Jon Harrison is on site as the building of the Orange Blossom Trail at Grove Street and the railroad tracks begins. REDLANDS>>At long last, excavators scraped the earth east of Grove Street and started building the Orange Blossom Trail early Wednesday morning.
Sun Sep 07, 2014
Why San Manuel Amphitheaters ruined Nocturnal Wonderland
Nocturnal Wonderland has always been my favorite Insomniac event, it's old faithful and an event I've been attending for a decade. It's had none of the drama of EDC, it never got too big, and it's home at the National Orange Show was perfect.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
Whittier Daily News
Woman killed, 2 in critical condition following Whittier crash
WHITTIER >> A 19-year-old woman died and two others were hospitalized in critical condition following a solo-car crash along Beverly Boulevard early Saturday, officials said.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
RIVERSIDE: Scientists dedicate themselves to keep legendary orange tree alive
Georgios Vidalakis, director of the Citrus Clonal Protection Program, sits July 8 inside a UC Riverside lab, where the DNA of the Parent Washington Navel Orange Tree can be tested.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Florida fighting losing battle against 'citrus greening'
A tiny mottled brown bug, no bigger than a pencil eraser is threatening to destroy Florida 's citrus industry, threatening its economy and its very identity, according to the Huffington Post on Sunday.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Redlands Daily Facts
Redlands pilots concerned over dangers posed by nearby stockpile, reservoir
REDLANDS>> Pilots at the Redlands Municipal Airport have been concerned over a state project at the end of one of the airport runways that could threaten the safety of pilots.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
USDA Reopens Chinese Market Access for California Citrus
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced that California citrus farmers will be able to resume exports to China this season.