New Year New Tower

  By SARH Upland–San Antonio Regional Hospital celebrated the New Year with the opening of its new 52-bed Emergency Department and 92-bed patient tower. The hospital’s new Vineyard Tower not only provides the latest medical technology and advanced care delivery systems; it offers patients and their families the comfort and convenience of private accommodations. Each […]

Connections

By Pastor Tim Eaton  We live, work, and play in close proximity to many people.  We have literally thousands of neighbors – some have hundreds of coworkers – and our kids have 30-plus classmates.  Why is it we often feel so alone in this world?  Why is it that meeting or knowing others is so […]

Communicating Love

By Pastor Robert Jewett  You know Valentine’s Day is around the corner because everywhere you look you see Sweethearts® candies. Did you know that every year the New England Confectionary Company (NECCO) sells a little over 8 billion Sweethearts® weighing in at roughly 13 million pounds?  No wonder we see those little conversation hearts everywhere […]

All I Really Need

Pastor Rob Norris, The Crossings

By Rob Norris  And those who know Your name will put their trust in You, for You, O LORD, have not forsaken those who seek You. Psalm 9:10 At the very moment Darnly Motter was giving birth to her third child in the delivery room, her husband, Larry, was one floor below having a blood […]

Money Back Guarantee

By Ed Moreno  In Malachi 3:10a God says to his people: “Bring the full tithe to the Temple treasury so there will be ample provisions in my Temple.” (Message Translation) What this text is telling us is that God’s people are to bring their tithe to the place of worship because the tithe is the […]

Eastvale Community News Complete Edition February 2017

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-feb2017

Debt of Love

By Pastor Dennis Morales   “Owe no one anything except to love one another…”   -Romans 13:8 Though we hear some debt is good to build up credit, we try our best to part with it.  Did you know according to the Bible there is debt in relation to love?  This is a debt we are called to pay into daily.   Jesus […]

Dear Deputy Myers:

Dear Deputy Myers: What is Jaywalking exactly?  California Vehicle Code defines “Jaywalking” as travel between intersections controlled by traffic signal devices or by police officers, pedestrians shall not cross the roadway at any place except in a crosswalk. Ok, so what does that really mean? Basically, if you are crossing an intersection outside of a […]

City Council Recap for January

By Tiana Goegebuer The January 11th, 2017 City Council Meeting was attended by Councilmembers Todd Rigby, Adam Rush, and Brandon Plott were present, as well as Mayor Joseph Tessari and Mayor Pro Tem Clint Lorimore. The invocation was led by Pastor James Turner from Eastvale Bible Church. The Council held a Closed Session meeting, and […]

Non-Permitted Food Distribution at City Park

By Corona PD The Corona Police Department has been working closely with County of Riverside Department of Environmental Health and local clergy members in order to work on a solution to the safety concerns regarding non-permitted food distribution at City Park. Safety concerns that are being addressed include unsafe play areas for children, unusable public […]

Harada Heritage Park Served Its Purpose !

By Tiana Goegebuer  After having been famously stuck in a 6-year drought, a series of powerful winter storms has brought some much-needed rainfall to Southern California. According to the L.A. Times, since the beginning of October, Los Angeles has received more than 13 inches of rain. This amount is 216% of the normal rainfall of […]

JJ’s Journey Through Gotham

“Batman has no limits”- Bruce Wayne, The Dark Knight By Racine Guajardo Bruce Wayne said it best, “Batman has no limits,” Just as Batman put no limits on himself, neither does Jeremiah (JJ)! Despite all the health obstacles that JJ has already been through, he continues to prevail as his favorite superhero Batman. Much like […]

Corona Woman Sentenced to over 2 Years in Federal Prison for Embezzling more than $500,000 from her Employer

By U.S. Attorney’s Office  Santa Ana– A Corona woman who embezzled more than $500,000 from her employer, an Irvine-based property management company, has been sentenced to serve 27 months in federal prison. Kristina Hosea, 46, of Corona, was sentenced yesterday by United States District Judge Cormac J. Carney, who also ordered the defendant to pay […]

Military Banner Program :Applications are now being accepted

By City of Eastvale  The City of Eastvale is now accepting applications for the Military Banner Program for the May 2017 installation. The Military Banner Program recognizes and honors Eastvale residents that are serving on active duty in the United States Armed Forces. To be eligible for the Military Banner Program, a service person must: […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]