Embrace Wellness in 2017 with a FREE Wellness Workshop

By City of Walnut  Walnut – The City of Walnut invites you to join us for a Taste of Wellness in the new year with free demonstrations, chair massages, meet and greet with registered therapy dogs and a hot tea bar. The Free Wellness workshop with Nancy Stoops, M.A M.F.T. and special guest will take […]

6 Ways to Boost Women’s Health

By  Beth Orenstein  , Medically Reviewed by Lindsey Marcellin, MD, MPH Women’s health concerns are a little different from those of men. If you’re a woman, these tips will soon have you feeling fit and energetic. To look and feel your best at every age, it’s important to make smart lifestyle and health choices. Here are six […]

STEM Academy Ceremony in February!

By CNUSD               The Eastvale STEM Academy Ground Breaking ceremony will be held Friday, February 3, 2017 at 10 a.m. in Eastvale. The E-STEM Academy is built on three founding principles: Access, Collaboration, and Partnership. E-STEM focuses on preparing students to be college and career ready in the STEM fields upon graduating through partnerships. Eleanor […]

Two Armed Suspects Captured In Shooting Incident With CHP

By SBSD San Bernardino- On Saturday, January 7th, at approximately 7:00 a.m., the two suspects involved in the shooting incident with the California Highway Patrol surrendered and taken into custody without incident. The suspects were found to be hiding in an abandoned vehicle on a ranch on Cima Road West of the I15 Freeway. The […]

New Year, No Fear

By Pastor Mark Lee Many artists believe that a blank canvas is a beautiful, yet terrifying sight.  While the empty space is full of immense potential, the creative process itself can be time consuming, uncertain and intense.  The same could be said about any new venture.  Whether you are beginning a painting or starting a […]

Recent Recalls


Staff Reports Dunkin’ Donuts Glass Tumblers-The glass tumblers can crack or break, posing laceration and burn hazards. Mann Packing is voluntarily recalling 205 cases of 18 ounce Organic Veggies with Organic Ranch Dip in a snacking tray because the product may contain mislabeled ingredients that could pose an allergen risk; specifically egg, milk, soy and […]

Tips from Deputy Myers

Dear Deputy Myers: An oldie, but a goodie… All too often I hear people that are victims of crimes, such as vehicle burglaries or package delivery theft, post the incidents on social media but do not report the crimes to local law enforcement. I cannot begin to tell you how important it is to REPORT […]

Did you know?

8 Tips If Your Child Refuses To Eat  By healthyfoodhouse.com Every mother knows that for proper growth and development of her child needs healthy and versatile food. But after some unwritten rule that what is healthy and beneficial for a young child knows to be repulsive and distasteful…. Usually when your kid(s) refuses to eat […]

Brother of San Bernardino Shooter Pleads Guilty In Immigration Fraud Case


By United States Attorney’s Office  RIVERSIDE-Syed Raheel Farook, the brother of deceased San Bernardino attacker Syed Rizwan Farook, pleaded guilty today in federal court in an immigration fraud case stemming from the investigation of the December 2, 2015 attack in San Bernardino in which 14 people died and 22 were wounded. Syed Raheel Farook, 31, […]

Battery Charging Safety Tips

By City of Eastvale Don’t leave batteries on a charger for long periods of time as it can cause the charger to overheat and catch fire. The City of Eastvale and CAL Fire Riverside want to advise residents that leaving batteries on a charger for long periods of time can cause the charger to overheat […]

Safe Winter Driving Tips

By StatePoint  While winter can be a beautiful time of year, it can also be a treacherous season on the roads. Winter driving conditions require increased attention and an ability to adapt quickly. In 2015, 8,010 people nationwide were killed in car crashes between December and March, resulting in an average seven percent per month […]

Understanding Eastvale’s Code Enforcement

By City of Eastvale EASTVALE, CA– The City of Eastvale’s Code Enforcement division was established to enhance the quality of life within the City by enforcing local laws set forth by the elected and appointed officials. Unlike law enforcement, Code Enforcement officers are City employees utilized to conduct field inspections of properties to ensure compliance […]

91 Project near Completion

By City of Eastvale The 91 Project is now 91 percent complete! Work is continuing full speed ahead, with major milestones expected to be reached in early 2017. The new westbound Maple Street off-ramp is nearing completion, and the Maple Street bridge is projected to return to two-way travel later this month. The eastbound Serfas Club […]

Realistic Resolutions for Busy Moms

By StatePoint Time is perhaps the most coveted thing moms have and it’s crucial to manage it effectively for you and your family. To help moms everywhere make the most of their precious minutes in 2017, actress, director, producer, entrepreneur, mother-of-three and Nutrisystem ambassador, Melissa Joan Hart reveals her New Year’s Resolutions, crafted from years […]

Residential Burglary in Eastvale

By City of Eastvale On Monday, January 9, 2017, at approximately 9:15 AM, deputies from the Eastvale Police Department responded to a call for service at the residence of Joshua Celaya (age 26 of Eastvale), located in the 7000 Block of Tennessee River Court, Eastvale. During the call for service, deputies located what they believed to be […]

Balsamic Onion Burgers

Balsamic Onion Burgers  with Crispy Cauliflower Oven Fries By HelloFresh  Cooking Time: 30 min. Servings: 2 Nutrition: 684 cal, Fat: 37 g, Sat. Fat: 10 g, Protein: 32 g, Carbs: 56 g, Sugar: 11 g, Sodium: 421 mg, Fiber: 7 g Ingredients: Cauliflower Florets- 10 oz. Panko- ¼ Cup Red Onion- 1 Garlic- 1 Clove […]

Walnut Valley USD To Begin Enrolling for 2017-18 School Year

By WVUSD WALNUT-The Walnut Valley Unified School District will soon begin registration for the 2017-2018 school year for children transitional kindergarten and kindergarten through fifth grade. Registration dates are: January 17-20, 2017—for those children with siblings already attending school in our district; January 23, 2017 & on—for those elementary children new to the district, at any grade level. You […]

My Favorite Float


By Mark Hopper  My wife and I always enjoy the Rose Parade.  We have actually attended the parade a few times but most years we watch it on TV. It is amazing to see the floats close up.  Their size and the colors are amazing.  But, there are some advantages to watching them on TV.  You […]

Next Steps: Measure G

By CVUSD Now that the results of Chino Valley Unified School District’s Measure G have been certified, activity has begun to kick off the $750 million bond program. The most common question is when will the community see something built or go up or change as a result of Measure G’s passage. “That should become […]

Chino Hills – Fatal Traffic Collision

By City of Chino Hills On Saturday, January 7, 2017, at about 2:07, Contreras was driving west on Chino Hills Parkway with two passengers inside his 1997 Chevrolet Tahoe. Once through the intersection of Ramona Avenue, the Tahoe crossed the double yellow line and continued west onto a raised concrete center median. The Tahoe continued […]