Chino One of America’s 50 Best

Photo courtesy: City of Chino

Staff Reports CHINO – Chino is one of only two Southern California cities listed in America’s 50 best cities to live in, according to a study released by 24/7 Wall Street, a financial news and opinion operation. The city of just over 84,700 people landed at No. 26 on the list. Temecula, just south of […]

Holiday Feast at Mandarin Taste

By Monique Valadez Diamond Bar – This holiday season, give yourself the gift of kitchen-free days and let Mandarin Taste prepare a delectable holiday feast that will have dashing over for seconds. Known for its delicious, authentic Chinese cuisine, Mandarin Taste has brought quality service and traditional Chinese cuisine to Diamond Bar for over 30 […]


By Nancy Stoops, M.A., M.F.T. Over my lifetime I have gotten hurt from time to time. Many times I will think one way and somebody else will see things differently. I know I hurt myself when I hang on to the hurt when somebody disappoints me or I disappoint another. I have come to understand […]

Check, Please! Diamond Bar’s Bob’s Big Boy Closed

Photo by Monique Valadez
Bob’s Big Boy in Diamond Bar shuts down after 35 years. Franchise owner James Tsai and staff waited for customers Thursday afternoon to bear the bad news.

Restaurant closes its doors this week By Monique Valadez Diamond Bar – After 35 years, Bob’s Big Boy in Diamond Bar is closed for business. Facing rising costs, expensive rehab and landlord disputes, restaurant owner James Tsai swallowed hard and announced that the place he’d owned since 1992 would shut its doors this week. “We […]

Inland Empire: Street Closure in Corona

By Eliza Echevarria Perez CORONA – As part of the Riverside County Transportation Commission’s 91 Project in Corona, Buena Vista Avenue at the 91 undercrossing will close from 6 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 20 until Dec. 2 to lower the roadway. There will be no pedestrian access during this closure. Motorists and pedestrians can use […]

Under 18 – Bicycle Helmets are the Law!

Bicycle Helmet Safety Courtesy of City of Eastvale Parents: Did you know? More children ages 5 to 14 are seen in emergency rooms for injuries related to biking than any other sport. Some bike crashes can cause serious injuries and most are related to the behavior of the bicyclist or the motorist. There are a […]

Cleaning The Garage

Pastor Mark Hopper Spring cleaning usually happens in March or April. But, it happened at our house in the middle of November! Maybe we should call it “fall” cleaning? There are several lessons that I learned while we were cleaning out the garage. The first lesson was that you have to start! My wife and […] Complete Edition 11.28.15


The Weekly News covers community news for Chino, Chino Hills, Diamond Bar, Walnut, Rowland Heights and surrounding areas of San Gabriel Valley and the Inland Empire. Click this link to access the complete issue in PDF format:2015-Nov28-Weekly-WEB

I Know You’re Proud

By Michael Armijo You know, I never really called him daddy. My sister did, and I always envied how he brought that up so many times. But now I can say, “I miss my daddy.”  When he died something inside me died. I think it was the first time I realized that I was really […] Healthy Living Page 11.14.15


The newest addition to OurWeeklyNews is our Healthy Living Page. Read this page for health tips, recipes, farmer’s markets and more! Click this link to access the full Healthy Living Page in PDF format:2015-Nov21-Weekly-HEALTHY

Total Care Heating and Air


“Building Friendships one home at a time” Staff Reports CORONA-Don’t wait until the cold arrives to make sure your heating system is working properly. Let the professionals at Total Care Heating & Air help you get your heating system in tip-top shape before winter so you can stay warm, cozy and safe this heating season. […]

Walnut City Council Recap

By Natalie Kim WALNUT – Mayor Pacheco called to order the Nov. 10 Walnut City Council meeting, held on a Tuesday as opposed to the usual Wednesday to recognize Veterans Day. First in the public comments were the Robotastic Kids, a group of Collegewood Elementary School students who presented a plan to raise awareness about […]

Overcoming Burdens

By Pastor Robert Jewett “Cast your burden on the LORD, and he will sustain you; he will never permit the righteous to be moved.” -Psalm 55:22 Nobody likes to have burdens but they are a common part of life. Some people hold to a false belief that once they respond to God’s love by abiding […]

Pomona Unified Teachers Awarded Grants To Purchase Supplies

By Juliette Funes POMONA – The Pomona Valley division of the California Retired Teachers Association has provided nearly $750 in mini-grants to Pomona Unified teachers to purchase a variety of classroom materials, from chemistry handbooks and circuit boards for robotics to computer tablets and balance scales. During the highly competitive grant process – in which […]

Diamond Bar Election 2015

Carol Herrera

By Monique Valadez DIAMOND BAR – As of Nov. 13, criminal prosecutor Ruth Low and the incumbent city council member Carol Herrera appear to have clinched the top seats for the Diamond Bar City Council. The final verdict will be announced on Friday, Nov. 27 by the County of Los Angeles Registrar-Recorder/Clerk. Retired police officer […]

Pomona Police Conduct Major Crime Sweep

Staff Reports POMONA – This past weekend, the Pomona Police Department’s Major Crimes Task Force (M.C.T.F.) coordinated a multi-agency enforcement operation named “Home for the Holidays.” The purpose of the annual holiday operation was to reduce criminal activity in high crime areas within Pomona. According to police reports, 30 probation and 20 parole compliance checks […]

5 Tips For Outwitting Porch Pirates

During The Gift-Giving Season By Brittany Thomas Online shopping has made life easier for consumers – and is especially handy during the holidays. But it’s also created more opportunities for “porch pirates,” the thieves who prey on those parcels left on our doorsteps. Many porch pirates are low tech, simply cruising neighborhoods where they know […]

Riverside County: Fraud Alert!

Don’t be scammed by fake IRS, Jury Duty, Courts, Overdue Bills, or Utility or Service Providers Courtesy of Riverside County Sheriff’s Department RIVERSIDE COUNTY-The holidays are approaching and Riverside County Sheriff’s Department would like to remind the public of phone/fraud scams. Please be vigilant and always question unsolicited telephone calls from deceptive businesses, banking institutions, […]

Supervisor Seeks Applicants for Workforce Development Board

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Supervisor Curt Hagman

Staff Reports SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY – Supervisor Curt Hagman knows that a strong workforce is vital for the county’s recovery. And Hagman along with the county’s four other supervisors are seeking applicants for the first-ever San Bernardino County Workforce Development Board (WDB). The WDB identifies growing employment centers and trains local residents to fill new […]

Straight Talk With Danice

By Danice Akiyoshi, N.D.   A Letter from Blake   My wife is a terrible back seat driver.  She complains about my driving every time she’s in my car.  She says things like, “everyone is stopped ahead, and maybe you should take your foot off the gas.”  “You’re getting too close to that truck.”  “Why […]


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