Mt. SAC Students Win Seven Medals at Nationals

By Anthony Saude WALNUT– Mt. San Antonio College health careers students won seven medals at the Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) national competition. More than 9,000 secondary and post-secondary students competed in 57 different health-related events at the national leadership event held June 26-30 in Dallas, Texas. Derek Hawkins (Pomona),  Sho Kitada (Rowland Heights), and […]

Basketball Hoops Not Permitted In The Street

City Of Chino Hills  Chino Hills – City of Chino Hills officials have noted an increase in basketball hoops placed in the street. The City will be placing notices on basketball hoops as part of an educational effort to prevent this unsafe practice. “We would like to remind residents that it is unlawful to obstruct […]

Major Injury Traffic Collision

Staff Reports Pomona – On July 9th, 2018, at 2131 hours, Pomona Police dispatch received a call of a vehicle versus pedestrian traffic collision in the area of Holt Ave and Clark Ave.  When officers arrived on scene, they located a male lying in lanes of traffic; the victim was unresponsive, and appeared to be […]

Sunrise

By Mark Hopper I delivered newspapers in Scottsdale Arizona when I was in high school. In fact, I was the Arizona Republic’s Newspaper Boy of the year my senior year. In addition, I was awarded a college scholarship by the newspaper to help pay for my tuition when I enrolled at Arizona State University.   There were […]

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department

Reserve deputy program Staff Reports Diamond Bar – Back in the 1800’s, the Sheriff would look to the community to form a posse and deputize citizens to assist him in the apprehension of horse thieves, murderers, or other criminals.  Thankfully, we have thousands of full-time deputies to perform those duties today, but in 2018, just […]

City Of Eastvale Appoints Interim City Manager

By Anthony Saude EASTVALE–The Eastvale City Council voted to appoint Assistant City Manager, Bryan Jones to the post of Interim City Manager. The change will went into effect on June 28. With the departure of City Manager Michele Nissen’s to become the Assistant City Manager for the City of Corona, the appointment was unanimous during […]

Eastvale Community News Complete Edition July 2018

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: Eastvale.July2018

EASTVALE PARTNERS IN “GO HUMAN” CAMPAIGN

EASTVALE, CA – The City of Eastvale is proud to be a part of the Go Human campaign with The Southern California Association of Government (SCAG). Go Human is a community outreach and advertising campaign with the goals of reducing traffic collisions in Southern California and encouraging people to walk and bike more. Together, we […]

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98 Citations Issued for Illegal Fireworks

By Anthony Saude Chino – Excitement was growing as the skies were growing dark in Chino and Chino Hills on the fourth of July just before the skies lit up like a, well like the fourth of July, as residents began their fireworks show —legal and illegal. Chino police wrote 98 citations for illegal fireworks, […]

New Traffic-Safety Laws in California

By Anthony Saude California – In case you were unaware several new traffic-safety related laws were implemented in California on July 1. The new laws will primarily impact drivers for hire, buses and private carriers. The first is a new law requires all bus passengers to wear seat belts in buses that equipped with those […]

OurWeeklyNews.com Complete Edition 07/14/18

The Weekly News covers community news for Chino, Chino Hills, Diamond Bar, Walnut, Rowland Heights and surrounding areas of San Gabriel Valley and the Inland Empire.Click this link to access the complete issue in PDF format: 2018-14-7.WeeklyNews

History 101

By History.com Sheriff Pat Garrett shoots Henry McCarty, popularly known as Billy the Kid, to death at the Maxwell Ranch in New Mexico. Garrett, who had been tracking the Kid for three months after the gunslinger had escaped from prison only days before his scheduled execution, got a tip that Billy was holed up with friends. […]

Students Take Top Awards in National Math Olympiad

By Kelli Gile WALNUT – More than fifty students from Suzanne Middle School joined nearly 150,000 students in the United States during the 2017-18 Math Olympiad.   The annual contest enables “mathletes” to challenge themselves and to compete against other students nationwide.   Math Olympiad is comprised of five monthly contests held from November through […]

Homeownership is Good for Kids

By Nef Cortez Homeownership has long been lauded as an important factor in the success of children in school and subsequently in their careers. Much research and many studies have been completed with analysis on the beneficial impacts of homeownership on children. This fact has long been used by the real estate and lending industries […]

Meltdowns Happen – Autism Mom

By Melody Kraemer Meltdowns are ok.  Oh wait, maybe you think I’m referring to children. I’m not! I am talking about a mommy meltdown.  In fact, today was that day that my patience ran out, and my autistic boys were in full form of being “needy.”  Have you ever heard someone say “I just can’t adult today!”  […]

Making the Most of Local Produce

By StatePoint Fresh, local produce is in its prime, making now the perfect time to take part in the farm-to-table movement. Whether you join a community supported agriculture (CSA) group or shop at your local farmers’ market, it’s easy to taste the elevated flavor profile of just-picked fruits and veggies.   Make the most of […]

Giving Back on Your Summer Vacation

By StatePoint Hitting the road this summer and want to do something good for the world along the way? Consider using your summer road trip as an opportunity to give back to the communities you visit. For some inspiration, check out these great ways Americans are rethinking vacations to include a touch of philanthropy. Driving […]

Capt. Goodman exits, Walker enters

Anthony Saude Chino Hills – Captain Darren Goodman, chief of police for Chino Hills, will retire from the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department after 27 years of service. He will move down the road a ways to become the Chief of Police for the city of Upland. His last day on the job in Chino Hills […]

Garden Quesadillas

with Pico de Gallo and Chipotle Mayo   By Hello Fresh   Cooking Time: 30 mins Servings: 4 Nutrition: 620 Calories Ingredients:   Red Onion- 1 Bell Pepper- 2 Zucchini- 2 Dried Oregano- 2 tsp Cilantro- 1/4 oz Roma Tomato- 2 Lime- 1 Mayonnaise- 2 tbsp Chipotle Powder- 1 tsp Flour Tortillas- 8 Mozarella Cheese- […]