The return of the "Forever Marilyn" statue to downtown Palm Springs has been pushed back a second time and is now scheduled to take place on April 25. The 26-foot-tall statue of Marilyn Monroe was originally scheduled to return to Palm Springs on March 28 .
The Palm Springs City Council unanimously approved an urgency ordinance Thursday that requires certain grocery stores in the city to provide hero pay for their workers. The ordinance applies to grocery stores with more than 300 employees nationally and at least 15 employees per location in Palm Springs,
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An empty lot along Landau Boulevard in Cathedral City will soon become the "Veterans Village". It's affordable housing for veterans. The place will feature 60 one and two bedroom units, along with several amenities.
A new park with a baseball field and football field is in the works in Desert Hot Springs. The 7.6-acre Corporate Yard Park is planned for a 10-acre site south of Flora Avenue and east of Cholla Drive that is currently used as the city's Corporate Yard.
Announcing the 10th Annual American Documentary And Animation Film Festival (AmDocs) will be virtual for 2021, screening on the new DocsNow+ streaming platform channel dedicated to documentary and animated works from around the world,