Click here or the image to read the latest edition of Josie's Press. Catch Sup. Gonzales' editorial on the importance of being prepared during this year's fire season, which is statistically the worst on record thus far.
Independence Day celebrates the birth of our nation and gives us much to celebrate, but fireworks can be dangerous and should not be treated as toys. They cause blindness, maiming and even death when misused. Fireworks cause more fires on the Fourth of July than all other causes combined. Click here for Fontana firework show information, click here for Colton firework show information.
The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors and the talented medical staff at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center is committed to making our county hospital your choice medical facility in the Inland Empire. Designated as a Baby Friendly USA, Inc. hospital, ARMC provides premier state-of-the-art maternal services. Click here to see the video of the new ARMC Mother-Baby Unit.
The first phase of construction towards the revitalization of the Waterman Gardens community in San Bernardino broke ground during a June 15 ceremony. Sup. Gonzales joined local leaders, project management agency National CORE, and residents in welcoming the project. Visit this link for more information or contact Steve Lambert (909) 841-7527 email@example.com
Amazon has plans to hire an additional 1,000 full-time employees at its three fulfillment centers in the Inland Empire located in Redlands, San Bernardino, and Moreno Valley. Telemundo interviewed Sup. Gonzales about the economic importance of the new hirings. Click here or the image to view a portion of the interview.
Californians put their children first. It's the reason why voters passed Prop 10 in 1998 to generate tobacco tax revenue to fund local programs that invest in our youngest children's health, educational development, and most importantly, their families. Click here to read about the agency that's helping 9,000 children grow.
San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors and Related California along with residents, local government officials, business leaders and county employees celebrated the groundbreaking at the future site of Bloomington's new Branch Library, senior center and housing community. Click photo for full album.