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    Forward Air Corporation Opens Fifth California Logistics Facility And Expands Into The Inland Empire (2/16/2021) - Fontana, Calif.– Forward Air Corporation (NASDAQ: FWRD) (the “Company” or “Forward”) is executing a growth strategy that involves organic infrastructure investments such as its ongoing less-than-truckload (LTL) network expansion, as well as inorganic investments, including acquisitions of complementary businesses. Today, Forward announced that it will bring its expedited LTL service to the Inland Empire.   Forward […]

    New Homes in Loma Linda $176,000 for Veterans and first-time homebuyers (2/8/2021) -   All first-time homebuyers are welcome to apply with preference given to U.S. Veterans or active-duty military.  Those with income of up to $60,250 for a household of four may qualify.   Loma Linda, Calif. –  The City of Loma Linda in partnership with Mary Erickson Community Housing is selling four homes in this prestigious […]
    Business, Civic Leaders Open The Corporate Advocate New Offices (7/10/2020) - The Corporate Advocate (TCA) is comprised of a family of four companies that offer unique business solutions independently of each other or in collaboration with each other – a model TCA refers to as “co-sourcing” – based on the client’s needs.

    Can Doctors See Patients During the Covid Crisis? (7/10/2020) - LaSalle Medical Associates leads SB County Clinics in opening during this Covid Lockdown with strong protections for Patients and Medical professionals.

    How Doctors See Patients During the Covid Crisis (7/10/2020) - “LaSalle is implementing the best patient solutions possible with direction from Center for Disease Control (CDC) and American Medical Association (AMA) guidelines,” said Dr. Albert Arteaga. “LaSalle is handling 600-700 phone consults per week, with video when possible.”

    What effective marketing strategies can businesses use as we come out of the coronavirus crisis? (6/2/2020) - In a recent poll, many business owners were worried about increased marketing costs as they reopen. What's your advice on affordable but effective marketing strategies businesses can use while their revenue is low? 

    Rape, Incest, Beatings, Forced Child Marriage and Terror at Home (1/6/2020) - “I wrote this book to show children experiencing this horror the way out and to give encouragement to people who do not have a voice. It also shows health care workers, teachers and neighbors how to spot the signs of extreme child abuse,” said Wallace.

    The Salvation Army Is Short $450,000 To Serve County Needs (12/13/2019) - Donations to The Salvation Army Red kettles are drastically down this year.  The Salvation Army has served San Bernardino County since 1887, supporting those in need without discrimination.  Now that service is in jeopardy.

    You Don’t Have A Demon – You Need Help! (9/25/2019) - YOU DON’T HAVE A DEMON – YOU NEED HELP! “We need to take the stigma away from mental health issues in the Black family.”  (San Bernardino, CA)  There is a tradition in Black families that says mental health problems are really a “demon” inside the person and all you need is prayer to get better.  “You don’t […]

    5 Tips for Being the Face of Your Company (5/10/2019) - (San Bernardino, Calif.) Any company’s success is still often dictated by its portrayal in the traditional media. “For a company to really take off, it needs to be accessible to members of the press. So, instead of just sending out a press release every week, a company should be ready to reach out for interviews […]