Which state had the most Eagle Scouts in 2015? Posted on February 25, 2016 by Bryan Wendell in Eagle Scout // 13 Comments Once again, Utah takes the crown. No state produced more Eagle Scouts in 2015 than Utah. Thanks in large part to the strong support Scouting receives from the LDS church there, 5,765 young men … Continue reading Which state had the most Eagle Scouts in 2015?
Here Are 10 MORE of the Most Charming Small Towns In Southern California Turns out everyone in Southern California absolutely LOVES visiting the charming small towns located right here in our beautiful state. In our original list of 10 Charming Small Towns in SoCal we were blown away by all of the enthusiasm that was … Continue reading 10 MORE of the Most Charming Small Towns In SoCal
EASTVALE: Young city seeks its own ZIP code For years the city has shared ZIP codes with Corona and Jurupa Valley, but a new bill would change that. By SANDRA STOKLEY / STAFF WRITER Published: March 4, 2016 Updated: March 6, 2016 5:53 p.m. More than five years of lobbying by Eastvale officials to get … Continue reading EASTVALE: Young city seeks its own ZIP code
The Richest Town in Each State Alvin Ward filed under: The Afternoon Map Today's map comes courtesy of Business Insider's Andy Kiersz, who used data from the Census Bureau's 2008-12 American Community Survey to determine the place with the highest median household income (with at least 1,000 residents) in each state. You can see … Continue reading Richest Town in Each State
San Bernardino breaks ground on new park Gil Navarro, a member of the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District, shakes hands with San Bernardino Councilman John Valdivia at a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday for a park being built at Ninth and E streets in San Bernardino. COURTESY PHOTO By Ryan Hagen, The Sun Posted: 03/09/16, 7:56 … Continue reading San Bernardino breaks ground on new park
6 Craziest Features of This Amazing Pirate-Themed Hacienda in Riverside, CA By Angela Colley 4:35 pm ET February 17, 2016 realtor.com From walking the plank to tales of treasure maps, kids love stories about old-timey pirates. You can blame Johnny Depp for the recent renaissance, but we know tales of swashbuckling on the high seas strike a … Continue reading Amazing Pirate-Themed Hacienda in Riverside, CA
These are the states where women earn the most money By Alicia Adamczyk February 29, 2016 10:58 AM A new study analyzes the best and worst states for women. Women looking to earn a healthy paycheck may want to consider a move to the East--and to the greater Washington, D.C., area in particular. That's according … Continue reading These are the states where women earn the most money
97-Year-Old California Woman Fights Eviction From Her Home of More Than 60 Years 2/25/16 Good Morning America A 97-year-old California woman is fighting a 60-day eviction notice from the home she has lived in more than two-thirds of her life. Marie Hatch moved into her home in Burlingame, California, around 1950, her attorney, Nancy Fineman, told … Continue reading 97-Year-Old California Woman Fights Eviction From Her Home of More Than 60 Years
It’s almost time to move the clocks ahead an hour. But that’s not the only thing you should be doing on March 13.
Daylight savings time rolls around twice a year for most of the country, and while it may moderately disrupt your sleep schedule for a few days, the event is an excellent reminder to tackle those infrequent chores. Even if you own a piece of Phoenix, AZ, real estate (where the daylight savings time change is nonexistent), the days are slowly getting longer from now until the summer solstice, leaving you plenty of time to check off a few extra tasks.
Add these eight tasks to your daylight savings time change to-do list.
- Wash your windows. It’s an arduous chore that, thankfully, needs to be done only periodically. “Unless you have pets or small children who leave smudges, you may not need to clean the inside of the…
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After hours of impassioned public comments, Riverside council members voted unanimously early Wednesday to build a new main library where the downtown bus terminal now stands. By ALICIA ROBINSON / STAFF WRITER Published: Feb. 23, 2016 Updated: Feb. 24, 2016 9:19 p.m. After hours of impassioned public comments, Riverside council members voted unanimously early Wednesday … Continue reading RIVERSIDE: Main library to move to bus station site