Eastvale: Rocks And Rubies

BY JENNIFER MADRIGAL The following incidents are shared by members of our community, and are anonymous: RUBIES to the entire community for coming together to raise money after the tragic deaths of the four young men from Eastvale. RUBIES to the people who get into the spirit and decorate their houses for Halloween! My son and […]

Walnut: Westhoff Families Feast at Culture Fair

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BY KELLI GILE Walnut – Hundreds of Westhoff Elementary families and friends enjoyed foods from around the world during a Culture Fair, held October 10. 15 different countries were represented at decorated booths with music, customs, and lots of delicious authentic food. Students wore traditional clothing to parade around the school while a DJ offered […]

Chino: Police Department Seeking Armed Robbery Suspects

Security footage of suspects. (Photo Courtesy:  Chino Police Department)

STAFF REPORTS Chino – The Chino Police Department is seeking the community’s help in identifying two suspects involved in an armed robbery at Village Liquor, located at 4117 Riverside Dr., on Sun., Oct. 26. According to the Chino PD, Officers responded to a report at approximately 8:30 a.m. of two armed suspects entering the location […]

Walnut Family Festival Thank You

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BY CLAUDINE STINES Walnut – The purpose of our presence at the Walnut Family Festival was to make a difference in our community and continue to bring awareness of the need for an aquatic park.  This year, we gave residents the opportunity to view the proposed drawing of the aquatic park and amphitheater and to increase our data base […]

Did You Know?

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BY K.P. SANDER Halloween, or All Hallows Eve, is a day of celebration for many countries, held on October 31 each year and dedicated to remembering the dearly departed. While many honor it at face value, it is more commonly known as an opportunity for children to don costumes and collect candy. Interestingly enough, trick-or-treating […]

Eastvale: Goodman-Birtcher Project Back At Council

  Eastvale – The Goodman-Birtcher warehouse construction project that was halted at the June 11 Eastvale City Council meeting – when the Council voted 3-2 not to approve the re-zoning and other aspects of the project – has been given new life. After the developer appealed to the Council and asked to be put back […]

San Gabriel Valley: Community Events

Staff Reports   UPCOMING EVENTS:   “A Family Reunion To Die For” When: Saturday, Oct. 25; Saturday, Nov. 1; Dinner 6 p.m., Show 7 p.m. Where: Walnut High School Multi-Purpose Room, 400 N. Pierre Road, Walnut Details: All seats $15 to enjoy a comedy murder mystery and taco dinner (with all the trimmings, drinks and […]

Eastvale: Get Out And Vote!

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BY K.P. SANDER Eastvale – It’s time to go to the polls, Eastvale, and voice your opinion for the municipality you call home. The 2014 Consolidated General Election is on Tues., Nov. 4, with the polls open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. There have been a few opportunities for you to learn firsthand about […]

Walnut: Council Corner 10.22.14

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BY RAYMOND MENDOZA Walnut – The Council chambers of Walnut City Hall was packed to near capacity on Wed., Oct. 22, with the City Council meeting to discuss the controversial topic of Michael Montgomery’s ongoing contract as City Attorney. To start off the meeting, the council members thanked the chairs of the Walnut Family Festival […]

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Diamond Bar: Council Corner

BY RAYMOND MENDOZA Diamond Bar – Diamond Bar’s City Council met on Tues., Oct. 21, for a regularly scheduled meeting, covering topics for a land and water conservation fund grant, bus shelters, and the Grand Avenue Beautification Project. After public comments, the schedule of future events was read, outlining a Parks and Recreation Commission meeting, […]

Eastvale Community Garden Makes Progress

BY JENNIFER MADRIGAL Eastvale – On the corner of Hellman Avenue and Chandler Street there is a parcel of land that sits vacant and unused. For years, people have driven past it and hoped that it would become something a little sightlier. Councilmember Bill Link had just the right idea for what to do with […]

San Gabriel Vally: Water Supply Emergency Declared in SG Basin

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Staff Reports SGV – It’s no secret that we are experiencing a severe drought, and that water is in short supply, but the Main San Gabriel Basin has been pushed to record lows. Groundwater levels in the Basin will continue to drop if this coming winter does not provide above average rainfall and significant amounts […]

Chino: Suspicious Person Warning To Community

STAFF REPORTS Chino – The Chino Police Department has issued a warning to the community regarding a suspicious person who may be attempting to lure students walking to and from school. On Wed., Oct. 22, at approximately 8:40 a.m. Officers responded to the 14300 block of Pipeline Avenue after receiving a report of a van, […]

Eastvale: A Celebration Of Life

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By Emily Aguilar Eastvale – On Oct. 3, Andrew De Leon, Nathan Dominguez, Alex Horta, and Nathaniel Marin all lost their lives in a car crash at 8:40 PM. They grew up together in Eastvale, and their relationship could be compared to that of a brotherhood. In order to formally commemorate the lives of these […]

The Weekly News Complete Edition 10.25.14

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The Weekly News covers community news for Diamond Bar, Walnut, Chino Hills, Rowland Heights and surrounding areas of San Gabriel Valley and the Inland Empire. Click this link Oct25WeeklyAll  to access the complete Oct. 25th, 2014 issue in pdf format.

Eastvale: Plaques Honoring Deputies Unveiled

By LEAFF (Law Enforcement And Fire Fighters) Eastvale – Eastvale’s WOLFF (Wives of Law Enforcement and Firefighters) dedicated memorial plaques at American Heroes Park to honor Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Investigator, Alcides “Al” Rivera, and Lt. Patrick Libertone. Rivera, 55, died June 16 after suffering complications from shoulder surgery. He had been with the […]

Straight Talk With Danice

BY DANICE AKIYOSHI, N.D Dear Dr. Akiyoshi: I recently attended a dinner meeting with a female business associate who told me that she and her husband are having serious marital problems and that she might file for divorce. I have been attracted to her for three years, but ignored my feelings because she’s married. If […]

Celebrate Halloween At The Whole Enchilada

The Whole Enchilada is located at 1114
S. Diamond Bar Blvd. (at Grand Ave.) in
Diamond Bar.

Staff Reports Diamond Bar – Come celebrate the spooktacular season of Halloween while savoring fresh Mexican cuisine at The Whole Enchilada. With its promise of authenticity, The Whole Enchilada guarantees that its customers will enjoy their dining experience. From delicious platters and entrée meals to taco bars, they offer fresh, authentic Mexican recipes their resident […]

Did You Know?

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BY K.P. SANDER Although the Revolutionary War officially ended in 1782, the last battle came to pass with surrender on Oct. 19, 1781, 233 years ago. The Battle of Yorktown, which began on Oct. 6 of that year, when British General, Charles Cornwallis, moved his troops to Virginia to take over the command from loyalist, […]

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