Open Enrollment & Transfer Instructions for Corona Norco Unified School DistrictPosted Date:12/8/2014 7:30 AM

City of Eastvale The following dates have been established as the “OPEN ENROLLMENT” period for the 2015-2016 school year: DECEMBER 1, 2014 TO JANUARY 15, 2015 If you live in the CNUSD attendance area – you will need to complete a transfer request by filling out the proper form. If you are currently attending a school on […]

Chino Shoeboxes “Virtually” Change Lives


Chino – Chino-area residents rallied together to pack 8,400 shoebox gifts last month for children worldwide struggling with war, disease, poverty and other difficult circumstances. Although the collection sites are closed for 2014, Chino residents can still contribute to the local collection number by packing a shoebox gift online at With Operation Christmas Child’s […]

They Saw A Star

By Pastor Dennis Morales Matthew 2:10 – “When they saw the star, they rejoiced exceedingly with great joy.” How do you respond to Christmas? For some, Christmas sparks fond memory, some exuberance, and for others it’s shopping. Unfortunately, Christmas has lost its meaning in our modern culture. More are mindful of a tree than the […]

Unopened Gift

By Pastor Robert Jewett 2 Corinthians 9:15 – Thanks be to God for his inexpressible gift! Every year Christmas comes and goes like a season. While many celebrate the festive occasion with gift giving, Christians gather to celebrate an even greater gift, Jesus our Savior. The greatest gift of salvation was given to mankind through […]

Dr. Lin Goes To Washington

Staff Reports   Riverside County – The Corona-Norco Unified School District is pleased to announce that Superintendent Michael Lin, Ed.D, was selected by the U.S. Department of Education as one of 100 top school leaders across American to represent their district at the White House. This first-ever National Connected Superintendents Summit was held on Wed., […]

Five Holiday Safety Tips To Keep Pets Safe

By LEAFF (Law Enforcement and Fire Fighters)   Eastvale – The holidays are a time of family and celebration, and that celebration also includes the family pets. While most of us know the holiday dangers in regard to keeping our homes and families safe, pets are just as likely to be injured from owner negligence. […]

For The Love Of Carter


By Carissa Herb Eastvale – As a child, the last thing on your mind are the troubles that will follow you as you start to age. For young Carter Forsyth – who is one of 50,000 U.S. children suffering from Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA) – this is a problem that he is facing daily. However, […]

Prop 47: What Does It Mean For Eastvale?

By Lt. Joseph Pemberton City of Eastvale, Co-Chief of Police Eastvale – In a nutshell, Proposition 47 permits resentencing for several convicted felons who are currently in custody, and reclassifies existing felonies as misdemeanors for specified offenses that are currently charged in our county. These resentencing and reclassification changes are not available for persons who […]

Eastvale Chamber December Newsletter


The Eastvale Chamber of Commerce is looking forward to many exciting events this month, but in particular they are pleased to announce their Connection Breakfast on Dec. 11, at 7 a.m., at the brand new Great Harvest Bread Company. This event features a new location, new food, and new business opportunities. The Chamber is also […]

Curing Your Holiday Heart Condition


BY PASTOR MARK LEE Whether it is the tale of a boy and a BB gun, the account of an old man haunted by ghosts, or the story of an overgrown elf searching for his parents, Christmas movies are one of the most anticipated aspects of the holidays. And, of the hundreds of films created […]

Eastvale: Rocks and Rubies

By Jennifer Madrigal Eastvale – The following incidents are shared by members of our community, and are anonymous acknowledgments to the great (and no so great) things that happen around town. RUBIES to the nice lady in the SUV in the drive-thru at Starbucks who bought my quadruple shot Frappe and told the cashier to […]

Seussical The Musical


By Tara Lanning   After two long months of preparation, the Drama Department at Eleanor Roosevelt High School proudly put on an amazing show – Seussical the Musical – directed by Merica Frost. This show was filled with many Dr. Seuss stories such as Horton Hears A Who, The Cat in the Hat, Gertrude McFuzz, […]

Eastvale Police Department Receives Traffic Grant

Staff Reports   Eastvale – The Eastvale Police Department has been awarded a $125,000.00 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) for a year-long program of special enforcements and public awareness efforts to prevent traffic-related deaths and injuries. The Eastvale Police Department will use the funding as part of the City’s ongoing commitment […]

Eastvale: City Council Meeting Recap

Staff Reports Eastvale – There was only one City Council meeting for the month of November, held on Nov. 12 at Rosa Parks Elementary. The meeting was called to order promptly at 6:30 p.m. and attended by all council members. The invocation was led by Pastor Ed Moreno of New Day Christian Church. During the […]

Eastvale: Holiday Showcase 2014 – Santa, Snow and Fun!


Date: 12/6/2014 3:00 PM – 9:00 PM Cost: FREE Location: Eastvale Community Center13820 Schleisman RoadEastvale, California 92880 Please join the JCSD Parks and Recreation Department for the annual arrival of Santa and the tree lighting ceremony on December 6th from 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Eastvale Community Center (ECC), 13820 Schleisman Road, Eastvale. Tree lighting […]

Eastvale Holiday Showcase, Lighting & Decorating Contest


Entries Being Accepted NOW!  For residents who like to decorate the exterior of their homes this time of year, the Eastvale Events Committee invites you to enter the holiday showcase lighting contest for a chance to win $100. Entries will be accepted beginning November 10 through December 9 in the following categories: Best Commercial (best use of store […]

Eastvale: Leal Property Update

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BY JENNIFER MADRIGAL Eastvale – The Leal Property, a 160-acre parcel of some of the last open land in Eastvale, has been a popular subject around the community. The land is owned by dairyman, Brad Leal, who has been working with the City of Eastvale in developing a plan that brings his ideas into juxtaposition […]

The Eastvale Community News Complete Edition 12.2014

Eastvale Dec Iss 2014

The Eastvale Community News covers local news for Eastvale, Norco, Corona, and Chino. Click this link 2014-12-EastvalePgAll  to access the complete issue in pdf format.

Eastvale Transforms Operational Structure

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BY JENNIFER MADRIGAL Eastvale – This year, the City of Eastvale has seen some big changes and restructuring. With the resignation of City Manager, Carol Jacobs, a few months past, and the appointment of temporary City Manager, Robert Van Nort, the operation of the City has come under some scrutiny. Van Nort’s contract has recently […]

Eastvale Crime: A 2014 Recap

By Jennifer Madrigal Eastvale – According to Eastvale’s Police Department Co-Chief, Lt. Joseph Pemberton, crime in Eastvale is down 6.4% overall from last year. Part 1 Crimes – also known as Index or Summary-based crimes – are as follows: Assaults: 112 Robberies: 13 Rapes: 6 Burglary: 191 (Up 5% from 2013) Auto Theft: 92 (Down […]


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