Local Articles About Redlands, CA and Highland, Mentone, Yucaipa, and Loma Linda
by Toni Momberger of Shoulder to Shoulder Communications Published: Jul. 13, 2017
Ready for an evening of great music? Don't forget to pick up a picnic dinner from one of these 11 locally loved, Gab and Go Redlands Restaurants!
by Lorin Grow of Furry Face....A very cool dog and cat store! Published: Jun. 30, 2017
It is natural for dogs to be afraid of loud noises. The sounds trigger their nervous systems, and they can become anxious or afraid. Running away from the noise is a survival instinct. Remember, to your dog, the experience of fireworks is different than other natural loud noises, like thunder.
by Toni Momberger of Shoulder to Shoulder Communications Published: Jun. 13, 2017
Over the years, Redlands restaurateurs have treated us well. From international cuisine to classic comfort food, there have been some amazing spots around town to grab a bite. Unfortunately, some of those spots have closed. And darn do we miss them!
by About Redlands Team of About Redlands Published: May. 08, 2017
Take a walk through one of Redlands newest open spaces preserved by the City of Redlands and maintained by Redlands Conservancy. The preserve lies just below the ridge of Sunset Drive, one of Redlands’ most picturesque neighborhoods.
by About Redlands Small Business Stories of About Redlands Published: May. 02, 2017
Jill Ruth Rooks, fitness expert and health coach, signed a publishing deal with Scriptor Publishing Group to release the book "Strong Living."
by Cory Weck of McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP Published: Apr. 17, 2017
When I talk to my neighbors in Redlands about what I do, they sometimes ask me what’s the best advice I can give them. Without hesitation, I recommend immediately looking at your auto insurance declaration page, you know the one that shows the amounts of coverage you have.
by About Redlands Team of About Redlands Published: Apr. 13, 2017
Whether you’re enjoying a staycation or visiting for a day-trip, we think Redlands offers something for everyone. This collection of favorite places and things to do in Redlands comes from one of our favorite visitors.
by About Redlands Team of About Redlands Published: Apr. 07, 2017
Next Apparel has been in the making since 1987 and is the brainchild of my children. They wanted me to stay local in the Redlands CA area and do something I liked and was good at!
by About Redlands Team of About Redlands Published: Mar. 30, 2017
Known for its orange orchards, Redlands offers much more than the beautiful scent of citrus. Here you’ll find everything from relaxing yoga classes and lively bouts of giant Jenga to craft beer sampling and comfort food. Don’t waste a minute of your visit. Plan your day with this one-day itinerary.
by Toni Momberger of Shoulder to Shoulder Communications Published: Mar. 24, 2017
Do you have just one day to explore Redlands? When you visit for just the day - you want to make the most of it! Here in Redlands, farm-to-table cuisine has become a staple. Microbreweries are popping up. And, quaint boutiques abound. But don’t take our word for it. It’s locals who know the best places to eat and the best things to do. That’s why we went right to the source.
by Kyle Cummings of Radiant Landscape Lighting Published: Mar. 06, 2017
In Southern California, beautification that is energy efficient and drought tolerant is highly sought after. Radiant Landscape Lighting will not soak up any water, and LED bulbs use 85% less energy than traditional halogen bulbs. With this 85% savings, property owners will either choose to save money, or will choose to leave their landscape lights on all night, to increase their safety and security.
by Jess Walter of Jess Walter Writer Published: Feb. 28, 2017
Don’t forget, no matter where you run in Redlands, if you are using music to motivate you, keep safe. Just as with cyclists, running in places with traffic while listening to loud music denies you one of your key senses for knowing what is around you. Be extra vigilant if you want to run around the block rather than keep to an off-road trail.
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