Eastvale: Distracted Driving Enforcement

Courtesy City of Eastvale Eastvale, CA. – As part of April’s Distracted Driving Awareness Month campaign, the Eastvale Police Department has Distracted Driving Month joined with over 200 other local law enforcement agencies and the California Highway Patrol in a month long “zero tolerance” enforcement and education campaign to curb those texting or operating hand-held […]

No Parking

  By Pastor Mark Hopper My family and I came to our church here in Diamond Bar over 25 years ago.  Our church had only one building at that time and a limited number of parking spaces. On a big Sunday, we actually had to ask some people to park on the lawn.  Today, our […]

Pastor’s Corner: That You May Live

By Pastor Robert Jewett “And they stripped [Jesus] and put a scarlet robe on him, and twisting together a crown of thorns, they put it on his head and put a reed in his right hand. And kneeling before him, they mocked him, saying, ‘Hail, King of the Jews!’ And they spit on him and […]

CHINO: Suspected “Luger Bandit” Caught After Chino Bank Hold-Up

Luger Bandit in Action
Photo courtesy of : FBI

STAFF REPORTS Chino – The “Luger Bandit,” who had been sought for the robbery of multiple banks, appears to have been caught after a bank holdup in Chino on Wed., April 16. The suspect matched the FBI’s description of the individual associated with multiple robberies, including those in Corona, Eastvale, Granada Hills, and Fontana. Two […]

Eastvale: ATM Machine Attempted Theft Suspects In Eastvale and Hemet Caught

Courtesy City of Eastvale Date Written: April 17, 2014 Time Written: 10:00 AM Date of Incident: April 3 and April 6, 2014 Time of Incident: 4:40 AM Location of Incident: 6000 Block of Hamner Avenue, Eastvale Reporting Officer: Sergeant Vanessa Sloniker File Number: EV140930004 and EV140960004 On Thursday, April 3, and Sunday April 6, 2014, officers assigned to the Eastvale Police Department responded to the Chase Bank in reference […]

CHINO: CVUSD Grad Dies In Bus Crash

Arthur Arzola
Photo Courtesy: Google Images

Staff Reports Orland – Arthur Arzola, 26, of Rancho Cucamonga, has perished in a crash that left five adults and five students dead, and many more injured. The tragic events unfolded on Thursday evening, April 10, when a bus of high school students – many from Southern California – traveling to Humboldt State University in […]

Fullerton: Representative Leads Delegation to Eastern Europe

  By Emily Lundberg Fullerton – For the better part of the current two week congressional recess that will last until April 28, Republican house representative Ed Royce from Fullerton will lead a congressional delegation to Ukraine, Armenia, and Azerbaijan. Royce is the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and most of the members […]

CHINO: Three Men Arrested for Commercial Burglary.

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Press Release On Thursday, April 10, 2014, deputies from the Chino Hills Police Station were called to the 13000 block of Peyton Drive in regard to two male subjects seen entering the business with tools. Deputies responded, established a perimeter and conducted a search for the entry point into the […]

EASTVALE: Celebrating Easter in Eastvale

  By K.P. Sander Eastvale – This year Easter falls on April 20. If you are a member of one of Eastvale’s churches, you probably know what special events and services are taking place. However, you may be new to the area, or shopping for a home church in the City. Here is a listing […]

EASTVALE: Mayor and City Council Oppose California Assembly Vote

Posted Date: 4/10/2014 4:15 PM COURTESY CITY OF EASTVALE PRESS RELEASE City of Eastvale, CA (April 10, 2014) — On April 3, 2014, the Assembly voted 42-22 to pass H.R. 29 less than 24 hours after it had its first and only committee hearing. H.R. 29 puts the Assembly on official record opposing state and […]

Irwindale: Hot Sauce Maker in Hot Water

Sriracha Factory Worker
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    By Glenn Freeman Irwindale – The Irwindale City Council unanimously declared Huy Fong Foods, makers of the popular Sriracha hot sauce, a nuisance at its April 9 council meeting. The City gave the sauce-maker 90 days to address the problem of strong chili odors emanating from its Irwindale factory. The ruling came after […]

WALNUT: Walnut Council Corner

  By Raymond Mendoza Walnut – Just one day after Robert Pacheco and Mary Su were re-elected to their seats on the Walnut City Council, business continued as usual during the City’s April 9 council meeting. After having no minutes to approve, no presentations, and no public hearings scheduled, the council members quickly approved the […]

EASTVALE: Structure Fire Training Burn

INFORMATION COURTESY CAL FIRE LIVE FIRE TRAINING BURN Posted Date: 4/14/2014 12:30 PM Type of Incident: STRUCTURE FIRE TRAINING BURN FOR FIREFIGHTERS Incident Address: Wineville X Bellegrave Avenue Incident Number: CA-RRU-XXXXX Community: Jurupa Valley Date Reported: 4/14/2014 Time Reported: 8:00 AM Fatalities: 0 Major: 0 Moderate: 0 Minor: 0 Non Injury: 0 Transported Ground Ambulances: […]

CHINO: Chino’s Elrod Hoping to Secure Seat This November

Chino’s Councilman Elrod Making Promises
Photo Credit: Google Images

  Staff Reports Chino – When the municipal elections take place for Chino this November, incumbent councilman, Earl Elrod, is hoping to retain his seat. Elrod has reportedly already secured $48,000 toward this end, from funds carried over from July through December 2013. Councilman Elrod now serves as Chino’s representative on the Chino Valley Independent […]

EASTVALE: Why So Many Eastvale Pot Houses?

By Jennifer Madrigal Eastvale – In the last few years, more than 50 marijuana grow houses have been located, investigated and ultimately shut down by the work of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department in conjunction with Eastvale’s Special Enforcement Team. Many of these houses were located with the assistance of the community, who have listened […]

EASTVALE: Curfew Enforcement Results in Arrests

  INFORMATION COURTESY RIVERSIDE COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPT. PRESS RELEASE On Friday, April 11, 2014, deputies assigned to the Eastvale Police Department, in a collaborative effort with the Jurupa Community Services District, conducted a nighttime curfew enforcement operation between the hours of 10:00 P.M. and 1:00 A.M.  The deputies patrolled thirteen parks located within the city […]

San Gabriel Valley: Having Some Faith In Our Youth

BY NANCY STOOPS    Soon they will be running our country and have children of their own.  Soon they will be telling their children all the things we told them.  I have had the honor of working with thousands of kids and teens of this generation and I’m here to tell you that they are […]

Diamond Bar: Opening Day

BY PASTOR MARK HOPPER     When I was young, I remember my grandfather taking me and my brother to a big league baseball game.  Arizona did not have any Major League Baseball teams at that time, but we would go to a game during Spring Training.  It was exciting to see big name players […]

O.C. – 1.5 Million Awarded to Youth Organizations

  By Emily Lundberg Anaheim – On April 3, $1.5 million in grants was awarded to ten youth service organizations in Anaheim. The grants were provided by Accelerated Change Together for Anaheim, more commonly known as ACT Anaheim, which is a partnership between Disneyland Resorts, the Anaheim Ducks, and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. […]

EASTVALE – Helping Others Can Help Ourselves

By Pastor Mark Lee According to a report issued by the Corporation for National and Community Service, there are approximately 64 million people in the United States who donate more than 8 billion hours of time to their communities annually. In terms of the national economy, these contributions are valued at nearly $175 billion dollars. […]


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