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, […]

Free Holiday LED Light Exchange

By Jennifer Ward   EASTVALE–The Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG), through its Western Riverside Energy Leader Partnership, will be hosting its second annual Holiday LED Light Exchange at Eastvale’s Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony, Dec. 5, at the community center located at 13820 Schleisman Road from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. The 2015 Holiday LED […]

A New Legacy

By Pastor Rob Norris “This book of the law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written in it; for then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have success.” -Joshua […]

“Parents on Point” Sheds Light on Teen Issues

By Emily Aguilar EASTVALE – Eleanor Roosevelt High School held its first ever Parents on Point event on Tuesday, Oct. 13. The purpose of the evening was to inform parents on issues concerning teenagers such as bullying and social media usage. Cindy Cole, the parent of an ERHS freshman, was inspired to organize the event […]

Socially Speaking

By Sarah Sanchez Eastvale – The busy holiday season is here but don’t forget to make time for some fun. If you’re looking for something to do during this holiday season, follow us on our Facebook page (facebook.com/EastvaleCommunityNews) for updates on events and activities in the surrounding areas. We also post local news, meetings, city […]

Ask Deputy Myers – Holiday Shopping Safety

By Deanna Myers, Riverside County Sheriff Department EASTVALE-With the holidays seemingly in full swing at most of your local retail shopping locations, it is important to think about how to keep yourself, your family, and your recently purchased goodies safe. The following are some suggestions for your next big shopping trip. Shop during daylight hours […]

Clark’s Helps You Live Better!

Staff Reports CHINO – When it comes to health and nutrition, one size does not fit all. Just ask your neighborhood’s health and nutrition market, Clark’s Nutrition and Natural Foods Market who strive to make lives better one customer at a time. Clark’s equates success not with size but with integrity, responsibility and service. “The […]

Give Peace a Chance This Thanksgiving

By Pastor Mark Lee Millions of Americans will soon be giving thanks while gorging on platefuls of turkey.  Although Thanksgiving became a national holiday in 1863, this feasting tradition can be traced back several hundred years earlier to Plymouth, Massachusetts. In 1621, Puritan settlers celebrated their first good harvest with an impressive banquet. The most […]

Winning The Holidays!

Courtesy of Clark’s Nutrition The holidays are that special time of the year where every indulgence is neatly packaged, socially encouraged, and conveniently available. Pumpkin-spiced, chocolate-dipped, rum-soaked, caramel-topped “megatreats” are found everywhere, from the checkout stand to the drive-thru to school fundraisers. And while the odd confectionary indulgence certainly does not make a bad diet, […]

Riverside: WRCRWA Construction Update

Construction and odor minimization efforts continue at the WRCRWA Treatment Plant. Courtesy of the City of Eastvale WRCRWA November Update Construction and odor minimization efforts continue at the Western Riverside County Regional Wastewater Authority (WRCRWA) Treatment Plant. The WRCRWA team is committed to providing regular updates to the community about the project. In recent weeks, […]

Time To Live 2 Give This Thanksgiving

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By Noah Reyes “I have shown you in every way, by laboring like this, that you must support the weak. And remember the words of the Lord Jesus, that He said, ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’” -Acts 20:35 Thanksgiving is a time of giving back and to remember those less fortunate than […]

What’s W.O.L.F.F. Been Up To?

By Patricia Flinn EASTVALE-The Wives of Law Enforcement and Firefighters (W.O.L.F.F.) have already begun planning a very busy holiday season! On Thursday, Nov. 5, members of W.O.L.F.F., along with police officers and firefighters from various Southern California agencies, will be delivering plush toys to Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC). The plush toys will be […]

Nighttime Full Closures – Southbound I-15 at 91

Nighttime Full Closures – Southbound I-15 at 91; Nights of Nov. 12, 13, 16 and 17 Courtesy of RCTC The Riverside County Transportation Commission’s 91 Project in Corona will require nighttime full closures of southbound Interstate 15 at the 91, starting Nov. 12. The roadway will close at 10 pm each night and reopen by […]

Eastvale’s October Council Meeting Recap

Photo By: Emily Aguilar
New Eastvale Motor Cop Aaron Hownbeck was welcomed by Eastvale City Council on Thursday, Oct. 28. (Pictured L-R) Mayor Ike Bootsma, Mayor Pro Tem William Link, Councilman Adam Rush, Officer Hownbeck, Councilman Clint Lorimore and Councilman Joseph Tessari.

“Big Ike” Pumpkin, New Motor Cop Welcomed While Residents Put Brakes on Trucks By Emily Aguilar Eastvale – A pumpkin by the name of “Big Ike” was just one of the “spooktacular” moments during Eastvale’s bimonthly City Council meetings. There were also some newly awarded construction contracts for Chandler Street and River Road street improvements […]

A Great-Full Heart

By Pastor Tim Eaton Thanksgiving is just around the corner.  Are you ready for it? I don’t mean do you have all the trappings of a fabulous turkey dinner or your plans all set to see family and friends.  I mean are you ready to give thanks?  Have you started already, or do you not […]

Corona PD Seeks Help Finding Stolen Toy Hauler

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City of Corona CORONA – On Sunday, Oct. 25, at about 5:15 a.m. a 32-foot Weekend Warrior trailer with California license plate number 1LL3041 (model FS3200) was stolen from the area of E. Sixth Street and El Sobrante. The trailer was kept in a secured area behind a business. The trailer was used for a […]

Corona: Nightly Closures For E. Grand Blvd.

Courtesy of RCTC CORONA-The contractor for the 91 Project in Corona began removal of the newly constructed bridge deck over East Grand Boulevard On Oct. 28. The future 91 eastbound bridge may have sustained damage during a bridge lowering operation that injured nine workers on Oct. 9. Atkinson/Walsh Joint Venture (AWJV) has decided to remove […]

Less Stress this Thanksgiving: 7 Easy Steps to Your Best Turkey Yet

Courtesy of StatePoint Selecting, preparing and cooking the centerpiece of your family’s Thanksgiving meal can pile on a lot of stress. However there are some easy ways to simplify the process. “There are a lot of great choices, but they can certainly be overwhelming during a busy holiday,” says Theo Weening, Global Meat Buyer for […]

Eastvale Ranks No. 2 in State for Families

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Affordability and Kid-Friendly Amenities Earn Bragging Rights By Monique Valadez EASTVALE – With high-quality schools, pristine parks, and affordable neighborhoods, Eastvale is the No. 2 in the top California cities for families. It was the only Southern California city that ranked in the top five. Eastvale earned a final score of 77.76 compared to Folsom’s […]

Eastvale Community News Complete Edition November 2015


The Eastvale Community News covers local news for Eastvale, Norco, Corona, and Chino. Click the following link to access the complete issue in pdf format: 2015-11-EastvaleNews-WEB


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