That’s amore! How to watch a 1.3-mile pizza being made in Fontana

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Stonefire Grill to open first Inland Empire location in Rancho Cucamonga

RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> The first Stonefire Grill in the Inland Empire is set to open in June at the

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  • Business

    Inland Empire businesses tap into global trade at conference held at San Bernardino airport

    SAN BERNARDINO >> Companies that import and export goods to and from the Inland Empire gathered Wednesday at San Bernardino International Airport to hear experts talk about the latest trends, including potential changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement and recent developments for international trade. It was the first time the...

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  • Homes

    Tax defaulted properties in San Bernardino County up for sale

    SAN BERNARDINO >> Property owners in San Bernardino County who don’t pay their taxes after five years can expect to lose their land or buildings to someone willing to plop down $5,035 for the right to participate in an annual online auction where some bidders end up paying less than market value. Perhaps you can post the opening $12,150 bid for a residential property in Ontario — or the near-$200,000 bid for a corner lot at West Fifth and North E streets in San...

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  • Entertainment

    Why Star Wars Celebration 2017 is drawing Southern California fans to Orlando and raising ‘Last Jedi’ hopes

    If you saw a Rebel Alliance fighter straight out of “Star Wars” out on the highway, you aren’t crazy. Two Southern California-based super fans weren’t exactly jumping through hyperspace when they battled flat tires and thunderstorms in New Mexico and Texas on the 10 Freeway this week, but it was worth the risk to be part of Star Wars Celebration Orlando this weekend, said Shawn Crosby, of Westchester.

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  • Manufacturing sector performance

    Straight from Inland Empire manufacturers’ mouths: Economy is looking up

    Things are looking up for manufacturers in the Inland Empire, with both production and orders increasing, according to the latest monthly economic report our of Cal State San Bernardino. Barbara Sirotnik, a statistics professor and report author, said data from manufacturing company purchasing managers indicate positive signs for the local economy,...

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  • Camping

    How Upland family helped spur the retro camper trend

    UPLAND >> Camping has gone retro thanks to an Upland-based company, So-Cal Teardrops, which brings a vintage camping trailer into the 21st century marketplace. Teardrop camping trailers, so-called because of their distinctive aerodynamic shape — popular from the 1930s to 1960s — have made a big comeback, with more people opting for smaller campers over

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