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

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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.

In-N-Out Burger Armed Robbery Suspect Caught

(Photo Courtesy: In-N-Out Burger) The scene of the robbery, at 450 Auto Center Drive in Corona.

Staff Reports Corona – At 10:57 p.m. on Sat., Feb. 7, Corona Police Officers responded to an Armed Robbery call at In-N-Out Burger, located at 450 Auto Center Dr. in Corona. The suspect was described as a male wearing a green bandana over his face, armed with a silver handgun. The suspect was last seen […]

Mural Unveiled At The Riverside Art Museum

Staff Reports Corona – On Thurs., Feb. 5, at 6 p.m., the Riverside Art Museum unveiled a mural created by five young people who participated in the Corona Police Department’s California Gang Reduction and Intervention (CalGRIP) Summer Program. These five Corona-Norco Unified School District middle school students spent 11 weeks over their summer vacation participating […]

Women’s Health Care – Before Your Appointment

(Photo Courtesy: Care For Women’s Medical Group) Care For Women’s Medical Group is a premier medical practice that cares about your health and your time.

Staff Reports That annual trip to the gynecologist is something that most women dread, even though a routine PAP can help in early cancer detection.  There is really nothing that can be done to make the procedure any more comfortable; however, there are things you can do to make your appointment go a bit smoother.  […]

Believe God, Not the Deceiver

By Pastor Rob Norris “Whenever he speaks a lie, he speaks from his own nature, for he is a liar and the father of lies,” (John 8:44). A Long Island businessman in the 1930s bought an expensive brass barometer to mount in his home. However, when the man pulled the instrument out of the box […]

National Tooth Fairy Day Is Upon Us

By Randi Hauser Feb. 28 is National Tooth Fairy Day. I bet you’re saying, “Yeah, so?” Did you know that the concept behind the Tooth Fairy has been evolving for years? Sure, the details of the mythological tale are far less familiar than those of Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny, but many families all […]

Near Beliefs

By Pastor Rob Norris “But as for you, continue in what you have learned and have firmly believed, knowing from whom you learned it,” (2 Timothy 3:14). I’m afraid too many of us Christians don’t know what we really believe. Like a cork in the ocean, driven and tossed by the waves, we bounce from […]

Mt. SAC To Host “Cash for College” Fair

By Mike Taylor Walnut – With more than 1,200 attendees expected, Mt. San Antonio College will offer free financial aid assistance to area high school seniors and their parents during its annual “Cash for College” fair on Sat., Feb. 21. The event kicks off with opening presentations by Congressman Ed Royce, Assembly members Freddie Rodriguez […]

City Council Meeting Recap

Eastvale’s City Council posing with the Eastvale Queens (Photo By Adriana Agredano)

By Carissa Herb Eastvale – The first City Council meeting for 2015 was held at Rosa Parks Elementary on Jan. 14.  The meeting began promptly at 6:30 p.m., with council members Ike Bootsma, William Link, and Adam Rush present. During the Presentations/Announcements, former Planning Commissioner, Fred Valentine, was presented with an award by Mayor Ike […]

The Evolution and Downfall Of Our Police Departments

By Warren Pulley Since the early 1700s, populations in the United States have had some form of “Night Watch”, “Town Watch” or Constable to help provide gaps in protection that the locally armed citizenry could not do. Early Americans did not depend on their police departments to protect them from each and every ill in […]

Eastvale Town Hall Recap

: Mayor Ike Bootsma makes a presentation at Eastvale’s Town Hall Meeting on Jan. 27. (Photo Courtesy: Eastvale News)

By Jennifer Jester-Madrigal       Eastvale – Eastvale’s first Quarterly Town Hall meeting of 2015 was held on Tues., Jan. 27, at Rosa Parks Elementary. The meeting was sponsored by the Eastvale Community Committee and was an opportunity for the various organizations that call our City home to update residents on the latest news. Mayor Ike Bootsma […]

Eastvale Estates Fights For Annexation

By Jennifer Jester-Madrigal Eastvale – For the second time, a group of Eastvale residents have filed a petition to become annexed by the Corona-Norco Unified School District (CNUSD) as opposed to the Jurupa Valley School District they are now a part of.  Their goal is to have their children attend Eastvale’s highly rated schools. According […]

Competitive Coverage To Meet Your Family’s Needs

Melanie Smith-Rice of State Farm Insurance in Norco.

Staff Reports Norco – At the Melanie Smith-Rice State Farm Office, 24-hour good neighbor service is at the forefront.  Smith-Rice is confident that she can meet your needs for all insurance and financial services, and promises to wow you with expert professional service. A State Farm Agent since 1985 and a Corona resident since 1971, […]

Amazing Love

By Pastor Robert Jewett “How precious is your steadfast love, O God!” (Psalm 36:7). God’s love is truly amazing! His love is poured out on us through his grace, mercy, and patience (Psalm 145:8). Although we are deserving of death, God’s love offers us eternal life (Romans 6:23). My friend, there is no greater love […]

Love ACTually

By Pastor Tim Eaton “People do crazy things when they’re in love.” This quote from Disney’s “Hercules” may make you think of a time when someone drove you crazy in love. Maybe you couldn’t think straight, or string more than a word or two together in their presence.  Or maybe you simply lost all sense […]

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