Forgiving Yourself

By Jennifer Jester-Madrigal There is a saying that says something about forgiveness being a gift you give yourself. The idea is that once you forgive those who have wronged you, you take that load off your own shoulders and release that poison from yourself. This is true in so many ways, but never is that […]

Home of the Tender Hearts

Pastor Ed Moreno of New Day Christian Church, Eastvale

If McDonald’s is known the world over as “Home of the Big Mac,” The Lord’s Church has to be known as “Home of the Tender Hearts.” I say this, because there are three Greek words, and their derivatives, that are used in the Bible approximately 500 times that are translated into English as “Compassion,” “Mercy,” […]

Who Needs Luck?

By Pastor Mark Lee For a single day this month, nearly everyone I know will be Irish.  While St. Patrick’s Day began as a religious holiday honoring the life of the man credited with bringing Christianity to Ireland, it has since become a cultural phenomenon celebrating the people, culture, and folklore of this beautiful European […]

What Is Man?

By Pastor Robert Jewett “O LORD, what is man that you regard him, or the son of man that you think of him? Man is like a breath; his days are like a passing shadow,” (Psalm 144:3-4) Have you ever stopped to ponder how many stars God created? Just within our galaxy, the Milky Way, […]

Get Quality Music Education At MUSICSTAR

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Staff Reports In 2000, award-winning concert pianist and composer, Eckart Seeber, established the Southern California Music School for the purpose of providing high quality music education in Southern California. Seeber sought to strike a balance between the flexibility and unique adaptability of the independent private instructor and the standardized educational framework and support system that […]

Maternity Motels: Birth Tourism In Eastvale?

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By K.P. Sander and Jennifer Jester-Madrigal Eastvale– You may have heard about Birth Tourism, and the so-called Maternity Motels that help to propagate it.  This is a nationwide issue that has been amidst a lot of controversy in the City of Chino Hills, and now it seems the City of Eastvale may have a thing […]

The Ford Customer’s Best Friend

(Photo Courtesy: Hemborg Ford) Hemborg Ford is located at 1900 Hamner Avenue in Norco. Visit them at

By Lisa Browning It’s been 112 years since Henry Ford first incorporated and the Ford Motor Company was born. Today, it’s one of the most popular vehicle brands in the country, and there are an estimated 3,800 Ford dealerships across the nation. Hemborg Ford, nestled in Norco, was opened by Bob Hemborg in March of […]

Name Change For CNUSD?

Is CNEUSD in our future? By K.P. Sander Eastvale – The City of Eastvale is a significant part of the Corona-Norco Unified School District (CNUSD), which is the largest District in Riverside County.  Eastvale currently has seven schools (four elementary, two intermediate, and one high school) in the District, including two California Distinguished Schools (Clara […]

Meet Lt. Scott Forbes

(Photo Courtesy: City of Eastvale) Eastvale’s newest addition, Assistant Chief of Police, Lt. Scott Forbes

Staff Reports Eastvale – Lt. Scott Forbes has been selected to serve as the new Police Lieutenant and Assistant Chief of Police for the City of Eastvale. Lt. Forbes earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from San Diego State University before starting his law enforcement career at the Banning Police Department in 1995. He worked assignments […]

Eastvale Chamber’s Official Newsletter


  Click on the image above to read the Eastvale Chamber’s Official Newsletter. This month’s letter features a note from the Chamber President covering topics of Revision of Bylaws and Operating Standards,  Financial Reports and Dues, and Chamber Values. The Chamber would like to celebrate their Ambassador Team who helps local businesses grow! A few […]

Black Student Union Showcase

(Photo Courtesy: Victoria Robles) Asari Aibangbee at the BSU Showcase

By Emily Aguilar Although the trending topic, #BlackLivesMatter, has been seen worldwide, many have failed to comprehend its significance. For many, the term is a response to the persistent prejudice that African-Americans have experienced as a culture; while to others, it’s a mere trend. In order to properly define a term misunderstood by the public, […]

Lake Norconian Club Foundation Sues To Stop Demo

(Photo Courtesy: Wikipedia) View of the Lake Norconian Resort, Dec. 2007

By K.P. Sander and Randi Hauser Norco – Once Upon a Time, there was a beautiful resort.  The year was 1929.  The setting was an exquisite property located in the countryside north of Corona, California. A handsome prince named Rex Clark built the resort, and on the property there was a statuesque hotel, a pavilion […]

Out Of (My) Control

By Pastor Tim Eaton Life throws us curve balls. Things don’t go as planned. Pains can break our hearts. Worrying about any of these things can make us lose our minds. When it seems our world is spinning out of control, we can often get out of control ourselves. No matter how big or small […]

Schleisman Road Realignment and Street Name Changes


Staff Reports Eastvale – On Nov. 13, 2013 the Eastvale City Council adopted Resolution No. 13-38 to vacate a portion of Schleisman Road east of Scholar Way as a public street. This vacation is a result of the realignment of Schleisman Road between Scholar Way and Hamner Avenue through a new roadway constructed by the […]

Attempted Carjacking In Eastvale

(Image Courtesy: City of Eastvale) Police rendering of attempted carjacking suspect.

By Claire Lewis Eastvale – Some form of carjacking has been around – probably since automobiles were invented – we just never hear that much about it.  It became more prevalent in the media around the mid-1980s. Carjacking is a very violent and frightening concept, even more so when it happens in our own city.  […]

CNUSD Teacher Arrested

(Photo Courtesy: Corona PD) Shane Alan Kent

Staff Reports  Corona – On Feb. 26, the Corona Police Department was notified by site administration from the Corona Norco Unified School District (CNUSD) of the possible inappropriate touching of a student by a teacher at the Orange Elementary School, in the City of Corona. During the investigation, Orange Elementary Teacher, Shane Alan Kent, 55, […]

Eastvale Little League Hosts Troy Percival

Photo Courtesy: Christian Dinco

By Christian Dinco Eastvale – Eastvale Little League welcomed 2002 World Series winner, four-time Major League Baseball All-Star, and 14-year Pro, Troy Percival, to Harada Heritage Park for their annual Coaches Training Day. Eastvale Little League (ELL) is a non-profit community baseball organization that is committed to teaching leadership through baseball.  150 ELL volunteer coaches […]

New Interim City Manager

Photo Courtesy: City of Eastvale Photo Caption: New Interim City Manager, Michele Nissen

By K.P. Sander Eastvale – The City of Eastvale has been diligently searching for a City Manager ever since the controversial resignation of Carol Jacobs in August 2014.  Meanwhile, Robert Van Nort – who previously filled the seat as Eastvale’s Interim City Manager at incorporation – has been holding down the fort since last September […]

City Council Recap

By Carissa Herb Eastvale – The City of Eastvale held two City Council meetings for the month February. The first meeting occurred on Feb. 11, beginning with a closed session at 6:27 p.m. After the closed session, the meeting moved into presentations and announcements.  There was a Public Safety Commission update on improvement projects, and […]

Eastvale Community News Complete Edition March 2015


The Eastvale Community News covers local news for Eastvale, Norco, Corona, and Chino. Click here 2015-03-Eastvale-WEB  to access the complete issue in pdf format.


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