Brian Whitehead, The Press-Enterprise

Brian Whitehead

The Press-Enterprise

Mira Loma, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • The Sun
  • The Press-Enterprise
  • Redlands Daily Facts
  • Daily Bulletin
  • Whittier Daily News
Past:
  • O.C. Register
  • L.A. Daily News
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • SGV Tribune
  • Pasadena Star News
  • LB Press-Telegram

Recent articles by Brian:

San Bernardino censured its top elected official. Now what?

The City Council must continue to promote accountability and transparency to restore residents’ faith, one resident says. → Read More

San Bernardino censured its top elected official. Now what?

The City Council must continue to promote accountability and transparency to restore residents’ faith, one resident says. → Read More

San Bernardino City Council censures Mayor John Valdivia, saying he misused public funds, resources

The city’s top elected official is the first in 20 years to be censured by the city council → Read More

San Bernardino could censure first elected official in 20 years

Mayor John Valdivia misused city funds and resources for personal and political purposes, an investigator found. → Read More

3-month high for coronavirus cases seen in Riverside County

Officials also report 24 new COVID-19 deaths Monday, Nov. 29 → Read More

COVID-19 hospitalizations in San Bernardino County hover around 300

The last time there were fewer than 300 patients in county hospitals was Nov. 7 → Read More

Equipment, staffing issues led to Thanksgiving Day confusion at Boston Market in Rancho Cucamonga

“We are disappointed when even one family is not 100% satisfied,” a spokesman said Friday, Nov. 26. → Read More

No chicken patties for lunch? Southern California schools grapple with supply-chain shortages

Nutrition workers across the region are scrambling to redo menus as food, utensils, trays and napkins become scarce → Read More

San Bernardino hospital gifts Thanksgiving meals to community

For 27 years Dignity Health has hosted Thanksgiving at St. Bernardine Medical Center. → Read More

Legal challenge to Amazon air hub in San Bernardino denied by federal appeals court

The suit argued that the FAA and others ignored significant health risks the project would pose to the community → Read More

San Bernardino mayor misused city funds for personal and political purposes, investigator finds

The City Council will consider censuring John Valdivia on Wednesday, Dec. 1. → Read More

New landmark at Redlands museum recognizes Serrano people in San Bernardino County

A new entrance display at the museum is believed to be the county’s first permanent, physical native land acknowledgment. → Read More

Nearly 3,000 kids get first vaccine dose in San Bernardino County

The age group was allowed to begin the immunization process earlier this month → Read More

More than 3,000 kids get first coronavirus vaccine dose in Riverside County

About 3,250 children between age 5 and 11 got their first dose after being allowed to Nov. 2 → Read More

Construction on 18-acre South Fontana Park to begin in January 2022

“This park is going to be second to none,” Mayor Acquanetta Warren said Tuesday, Nov. 9. → Read More

How colleges are helping young Inland vets transition to civilian life

For 20-somethings returning from military service, veterans service centers offer tutoring, job placement and more. → Read More

First doses of coronavirus vaccine remain steady in Riverside County

Vaccinations for 5- to 11-year-olds could lead to boost in shots, however, California has yet to break out the age group in its data, so that information could be reflected in the coming weeks. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccination numbers rise in San Bernardino County as residents seek boosters

California has not yet broken out vaccination numbers for 5- to 11-year-olds after the age group was authorized last week to get shots → Read More

Redlands historian appointed to San Bernardino Community College District board

Gonzales emerged from a field of eight to replace longtime Trustee Donald L. Singer. → Read More

San Bernardino police open substation at Inland Center Mall

Elected officials adopted Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving strategies in March 2019, agreeing later to open a satellite station. → Read More