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Roger Burgraff of Redlands will sign copies of his book “Deacon's Winter” 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday at the Redlands Barnes & Noble store, 27460 Lugonia Ave. “Deacon's Winter” is a thriller about a deacon of the Catholic church in Chicago who is caught up in a web of blackmail, murder and crooked Chicago politics.
REDLANDS >> With a few soft openings to work out the kinks, Parliament Chocolate plans to hold its grand opening this weekend with two days of music, chocolate and fun for everyone.
Professor Parsons' Picks continues to be one of the most popular silent auctions sponsored by the Friends of the A.K. Smiley Public Library.
A suspect believed to be the so-called "Button-down Bandit" responsible for a recent string of bank robberies was arrested Wednesday in Montclair, a Redlands police spokesman said.
A new special exhibit, "Through the Keyhole," opens on Friday, December 13 in the Fisk Gallery of the San Bernardino County Museum in Redlands.
Redlands Friends of Animal Shelters, or REDFOSA, in partnership with Redlands Zumba - Studio Ynami, is hosting a Zumba party fundraising event 2-3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14. Participants will learn a fun way to exercise while helping out the Redlands Animal Shelter.
With outside financial assistance, the city of Redlands is preparing to make improvements to the Redlands Boulevard and Alabama Street intersection.
Five residences and the Mission Gables House next to the Redlands Bowl were part of the tour, which raises money for the Y's Legal Aid Program that provides services to low- to moderate-income families or individuals.
The historic mansion held its annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony with a little help from choirs at Redlands High School and Kimberly Elementary.
When state Sen. Bill Emmerson, R-Redlands, mysteriously resigned Dec. 1, less than two years into his four-year term, folks speculated about what he would do next.
High winds buffeted the Inland Empire on Monday, blowing over vehicles and trees, knocking out power and making chilly conditions even chillier.
Eric Scott, curator of paleontology at the San Bernardino County Museum in Redlands, seen here in a file photo from 2010, will give a lecture on ancient horses Sunday, Dec 15. Horses are American icons, running free over the open deserts and plains of the west.
Hollidaysburg Borough Police Chief Jeff Ketner said six tablets have already been purchased for the officers to use, and the department has plans to buy two more so that each officer has access to one.