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  • Homes

    Chino’s new housing development has 600 homes, agriculture theme

    CHINO >> It’s not just a home, it’s a lifestyle, or that’s what Developer Randall Lewis says about the Harvest community that has sprouted up here. Rancho Cucamonga-based Lewis Group of Companies has opened new homes and commercial property throughout the Inland Empire, and is now opening its agriculture-themed concept throughout...

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  • Shopping mall operators

    Ontario Mills getting 7 new stores this summer

    New food, new stores. Ontario Mills announced this week the arrival of seven new tenants. Four stores recently opened and three others will open later this summer. “I just admire the fact that they keep finding new retailers and in this case new and unique retailers to come into the mall,” said Brad Umansky, president of the Rancho Cucamonga-based commercial...

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  • Promotions

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

    FONTANA >> Pizza lovers, rejoice (and pass the antacid): A 1.3-mile pizza may become reality in Fontana on Saturday. A pizza restaurant equipment distribution company based in Kentucky, with a branch office in Carson, will attempt to assemble the mega-pie at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana. If successful,

    Neil Nisperos
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  • Restaurant operators

    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 Terra Vista Town Center. The fast-casual eatery will employ just over 100 people and will be housed in a 6,500-square-foot restaurant along Foothill Boulevard near Hobby Lobby. Stonefire Grill’s menu offers...

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