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    By Dianne Anderson Local advocate Duke Givens doesn’t have much time to dig around for what new grants or funding may be coming up, but he just sticks to the mission at hand. He does what he can do to help the homeless. That kind of focus has led to good support and donations for ...
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    By Dianne Anderson For Pastor Gregory Sanders, it’s hard to think that the 12-year-old Eric Brown, who was shot and killed last week. is about the age that should attract kids to an upcoming community resource and book fair he has supported. Now, the urgency and attention shifts as a tragic reminder of the work ...
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    By Dianne Anderson San Bernardino community advocates are looking to the year ahead and concerned how revenue streams could be impacted beyond the pandemic, such as closed businesses and the risk of higher foreclosures for both residential and commercial real estate. Other problems facing the city, including the growing homeless population, have not gone unnoticed. ...
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    By Dianne Anderson As San Bernardino struggles to stave off the $11.2 million deficit, some hold out hope for what marijuana revenue could bring to the table. At his next meeting, Carlos Teran wants to get the marijuana commissioner to come out to address his neighborhood association member concerns. He wants to know more about ...