Getting Married

BY PASTOR MARK HOPPER Someone told me recently that September has become the new big month for weddings. Traditionally we think of June weddings, but that doesn’t seem to be the case anymore. From late August to the end of September, my wife and I attended four different weddings. There was a wedding every week! […]

An Incredible Family

BY PASTOR TIM EATON   Have you seen the movie, “The Incredibles?” It tells the story of a family of superheroes. In the movie, the family eventually works together to solve some serious problems. Each of them has something to contribute with their incredible powers. Of course, it’s a happy ending and an inspiring vision […]

Halloween Safety Tips

By LEAFF (Law Enforcement and Fire Fighters)   Halloween is just around the corner, and with this fun holiday comes a lot of excitement, activity, and children combing the neighborhoods looking for treats. In order to keep everyone safe, review these safety tips and have a Happy Halloween:   Be aware of your surroundings. If […]

Serving Satan

By Michael Armijo Many years ago, while sitting in the audience at EV Free Church in Diamond Bar at the start of a new year, pastor Mark Hopper asked a very thought provoking question: “What are you going to do to minister God’s word to others this year?” At first, I felt that showing up […]

Inland Empire: Rare Virus May Head For Riverside County

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BY SHAUNDA GOEGEBUER Riverside County – According to the Center For Disease Control (CDC), from mid-August through Oct. 6, nearly 600 confirmed cases of a rare respiratory virus known as Enterovirus 68 (EV-D68) have been documented in 43 different states and the District of Columbia. Some State Labs may also have confirmed cases, but they are not included in the CDC’s official count unless they are […]

Welcome Chino Preserve!

The Eastvale Community News has expanded distribution to include the Chino Preserve. The Preserve has previously been included in bulk delivery to the Community Center, but we are now delivering door to door. You can check out the latest Chino area news on the Neighbors Page, as well as see what your other Eastvale neighbors are […]

Quality Comes First At Peterson Auto Repair


BY K.P. SANDER Walnut – If you are looking for a local automotive repair center that performs quality work at reasonable prices – and delivers it all with excellent service – look no further than Peterson Auto Repair Center. Peterson now houses a full mechanic shop to serve all your automotive needs. They not only […]

Eastvale Community Foundation (ECF) Hangs New Military Banners

By Jennifer Madrigal   Eastvale – The Eastvale Community Foundation (ECF) has begun the process of ordering and hanging new Military banners in the City. They recently replaced all the old mountings on 43 poles with heavy duty, hinged hardware that will help support the banners through our strong winds; and they removed all the […]

Eastvale: VantagePoint Church Transforming Halloween Celebration

Staff Report   Eastvale – VantagePoint Church is adding a unique new twist to their popular Halloween celebration. For the past five years, the church has hosted a highly-successful Trunk or Treat event for the residents of Eastvale.  This year, they were searching for a fresh concept that would not only be fun, but would also […]

Walnut: 18th Annual Teddy Bear Tea

BY CECELIA YEH AND GAYLE PACHECO   Walnut – The Walnut Valley Educational Foundation is in the process of planning our 18th Annual Teddy Bear Tea, an event dedicated to recognizing the teachers and staff of the Walnut Valley Unified School District. The actual event will take place on Sat., Nov. 15, at the Royal […]

Chino: Man Arrested For Lewd Acts

Staff Reports   Chino – At approximately midnight on Tues., Sept. 30, a Chino Police Department patrol unit approached a parked vehicle at Mountain View Park, at 13351 Mountain Avenue. Upon contact, officers witnessed two individuals in the vehicle. The occupants were identified as Emmilio Segovia, a 24-year old Chino resident, and an unidentified 15-year […]

San Gabriel Valley: Community Events

Staff Reports   UPCOMING EVENTS:   City of Hope Blood Drive When: Thurs., Oct. 16, 12:45 to 7 p.m. Where: Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church and School, Gymnasium, 23300 Golden Springs Drive, Diamond Bar. Contact: Call (909) 861-2740 for appointments, and be sure to bring your ID to the event.   A Midsummer Night’s Dream When: […]

Corona: 7th Annual Crossroads Haunted Village

STAFF REPORTS   Corona – The Crossroads Haunted Village is quickly becoming one of Southern California’s top Haunted Locations. The Village is the home of three permanent Haunted Houses: The Chambers of the Mausoleum, Labyrinth of Lost Relics and The Asylum at Coffin Creek. The Crossroads Haunted Village also offers the Nightmare Harvest (haunted) Trail, […]

Walnut: City Council Recap October 8, 2014


BY RAYMOND MENDOZA   Walnut – Walnut’s City council started slightly behind schedule on Oct. 8 following a study session concerning the City’s proposed Aquatic Center, but quickly convened into regular business with proclamations for the Walnut Family Festival’s Grand Marshals, National Fire Prevention Week and various resolutions. Mayor Nancy Tragarz started the meeting with […]

Eastvale: Eleanor Roosevelt High School’s Cross-Country Team

ERHS XC team

 Eleanor Roosevelt High School’s Cross-Country Team attended the prestigious Stanford University Cross Country Invitational. They did an amazing job with the boys’ team placing 10th, and the girls’ team placing 4th. Great job, ERHS!  

Eastvale: Getting Healthy!


On Saturday, October 25th, 2014 be sure to come by the Healthy Eastvale Fair!  The event is 6:30am-11:00am at the Eleanor Roosevelt High School at 7447 Scholar Way in Eastvale.  Activities include health screening, family fitness fun and information from local health and fitness vendors.

Diamond Bar: Council Recap October 7

BY ARIEL CARMONA, JR. Diamond Bar – At their Oct. 7 meeting, the Diamond Bar City Council heard from the public and staff on various issues including updates on the Grand Avenue Beautification Project, homelessness in the area, climate issues, development and water conservation, and more. The meeting kicked off with a presentation of a […]

Eastvale: Rocks and Rubies

As a new feature to the Eastvale Community News, we want to highlight the some of the good things, and a few of the frustrations that happen around Eastvale. Do you know a person or a business that has stepped above and beyond to make the community a better place? Have you experienced something that you […]

Walnut’s Water Park Schematic Plan


BY RAYMOND MENDOZA   Walnut – City officials met with a representative from the Aquatic Design Group on Wed., Oct. 8 for a study session event, outlining the schematic plans for the City’s proposed Aquatic Center and Amphitheater. The Aquatic Center, planned for the 20000 block of Amar Road off Alta Sierra Road near Walnut […]

October Is Fire Prevention Month

Staff Reports   Chino Valley – The Los Angeles County Fire Department, along with other public safety advocates, will be reminding everyone about fire safety during Fire Prevention Month.  Although the week of October 5 – 11 has been proclaimed, “National Fire Prevention Week for 2014,” the Fire Department and the Board of Supervisors are […]


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