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After weeks of voting by communities from all over the country, the Festival of Lights at the Mission Inn Hotel & Spa has been named America’s Best Public Lights Display by the USA TODAY/10Best.com Readers’ Choice contest.
To get a glimpse of the magic, visit www.RiversideFestivalofLights.com.
The full list of winners is available at: here.
Steve Badgett, a key member of the Riverside Public Utilities management team for nearly 15 years, has been named Interim Assistant City Manager for the City of Riverside, effective Dec. 22. Badgett will fill the role of Assistant City Manager Belinda Graham, who is retiring Dec. 25.
The City of Riverside’s Human Relations Commission has announced the winners of its essay contest on diversity and how high school students experience diversity within the city.
The City of Riverside has been recognized for excellence in using information technology to further citizen engagement and increase financial transparency.
Author Karl Marlantes, whose New York Times best-selling memoir, "What It Is Like To Go To War," is the subject of the Riverside Reads 2014 campaign, will speak at 6 p.m. Nov. 20 at the Riverside Municipal Auditorium and Soldiers Memorial as part of Cal Humanities' statewide initiative War Comes Home.
The City of Riverside's Office of Economic Development is proud to support Shop Small Saturday with a series of events to help local small businesses prepare for the shopping event. To kick off Shop Small Month, the Office of Economic Development will be hosting a free presentation, "Debunking the Myths of Small Business," by author Michael Gerber, founder chairman and CEO of E-Myth Worldwide, in the City Council Chambers at City Hall on Wednesday, Nov. 5 at 5:30 p.m.
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