Tips From Deputy Myers

School’s out, kids are out, protect yourself By Deanna Myers   Is it July already?! Seems like we were just having end of the year parties and graduation celebrations. Well, the extra daylight and heat tends to bring more criminal activity. Make sure to keep your eyes open for suspicious activity. If you see a […]

When God Says No

By Pastor Mark Lee   As babies, one of the first words we learn to say is “no.”  In fact, this negative reply quickly becomes a regular part of our vocabulary.  However, the fact that this simple two-letter word is universally understood by people of various ages, cultures, and backgrounds doesn’t make it any easier […]

Police Dog Attacks Man In Eastvale

Dog Attack Picture

Staff Reports   Eastvale – An Eastvale resident was attacked by a former Police dog earlier this month, which resulted in the man being sent to the hospital and the dog being stabbed. On Sunday, July 3, a 20-year-old resident saw a male German shepherd wandering loose along Ruby Giant Court. According to an animal control […]

Nearby Places For Summer Fun

Photo courtesy: Racine Guajardo

Applewhite Picnic Area And Campground By Racine Guajardo   Lytle Creek– Looking for family-oriented outdoor fun? Applewhite picnic area and campground is fun for families of all ages. The Applewhite Picnic and Campground areas are located off the 15 freeway, exiting Sierra and North onto Lytle Creek Road, just three miles north of the Lytle […]

Apex Lawyers, Inc. Can Help With Your Legal Needs

Law doesn’t need to be as complicated as some firms make it out to be Staff Reports If you have a legal issue and aren’t sure what your next step is, call the experts at Apex Lawyers, Inc.! Apex Lawyers, Inc. is a full service boutique law firm that strongly believes in forming relationships with […]

CNUSD Parent Center Officially Opens in Corona

: CNUSD officials celebrate the Parent Center officially opening last month

CNUSD Corona – On June 7, the CNUSD Parent Center opened its doors with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Attended by City Council members, the CNUSD Board of Education, CNUSD Administrators, staff, and community members, the launch of the Parent Center is a critical component in the district’s Local Control Accountability Plan. Goal 6 of the […]

Powerball Winners From Eastvale!

By Racine Guajardo Eastvale– The holders of the winning Powerball ticket bought at a Chino Hills 7-11 have finally come forward! Marvin and Mae Acosta, residents of Eastvale, have been announced as the third winners of the $1.6 billion Powerball lottery jackpot. The original drawing was on January 13, and three tickets shared the jackpot. The […]

The Separation Of Church And State

By Pastor Ed Moreno I don’t know about you, but I grieve over how far this great country of ours has drifted from what our Founding Fathers intended.  I know many today think that Christians are making it up when we say this country was founded upon God and the values and teachings of the […]

Commissions: Citizens Shaping the Future of Eastvale

By Michele Nissen, City Manager In order to create the type of City that residents want to live in, the Eastvale City Council has appointed two citizen commissions to provide input and recommendations to the City Council.  These citizens lend their time, talent and expertise to the City Council. The Planning Commission is a five-member […]

Eastvale’s Picnic In The Park

Photo By: Valerie Gutierrez Many enjoying their Saturday night with live music at Eastvale's Picnic in the Park.

By Valerie Gutierrez Eastvale– As June started to wind down for many, local residents were headed to Eastvale’s 12th Annual Picnic in the Park celebration, which is an annual event that draws hundreds of thousands of people. The 12th Annual Picnic in the Park kicked off its free pre-4th of July celebration with a three-day […]

West Nile Virus Found In Eastvale


Staff Reports Eastvale– The City of Eastvale recently reported that the first indications of West Nile virus in 2016 were detected in a sample of collected mosquitoes. The mosquitoes tested positive for the virus on June 15, according to the City of Eastvale. “District staff will continue to canvass the area to look for and […]

Eastvale Welcomes New Code Enforcement Officer

Photo courtesy: City of Eastvale

City of Eastvale Eastvale – The City of Eastvale is pleased to welcome Vanessa Lopez as the new Code Enforcement Officer. Lopez began working at City Hall on Monday, April 18, 2016. Vanessa completed the Explorer Academy at the age of thirteen and was a Police Explorer until the age of eighteen. Lopez was later […]

Life In The Fast-Food Lane

By Pastor Rob Norris Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. Exodus 20:8 When Truett Cathy opened his Dwarf House restaurant in the Atlanta suburb of Hapeville, Georgia in 1946, he made a decision never to deal with money on the Lord’s Day. The Dwarf House was always closed on Sundays. Perhaps this policy […]

Enjoy A Day At The Park

By Mayor Bootsma July is Parks month and I encourage you to enjoy the warm weather at Eastvale’s beautiful parks. There are currently 13 parks in the City of Eastvale that account for approximately 250 acres of open space in our community. Grab your pup and head over to American’s Heroes Park, 6608 Hellman Ave., […]

Eastvale Community News Complete Edition July 2016


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:2016-07-EastvaleNews-WEB

City Council Recap

By Emily Aguilar Eastvale – At the June 8 City Council meeting, Eastvale’s City Councilmembers dealt with a plethora of urgent matters, the conclusion of the voting district topic being the forefront of discussion. Samantha Waterman led the evening by presenting an update on the Cadiz Water Project. The Cadiz Water Project’s goal is to […]

Here We Grow Again

By Tiana Goegebuer Eastvale – Since it first became a city in October of 2010, Eastvale has grown immensely. An area that was once mainly known for dairy farms is now buzzing with shopping centers, beautiful parks, and great schools. The growth our city has experienced is not letting up any time soon either! Here […]

Frenemy or Follower?

By Pastor Robert Jewett Is it possible for someone to claim to believe in Jesus yet still be an enemy of his?  Jesus said that on the day of judgment, many will call him Lord but he will declare to them that he never knew them (Matt. 7:21-23).  How could this be?  Why would someone […]

Update: Many Protest In Eastvale

Photo by: Emily Aguilar
Protesters hold signs and chant as the walk down Limonite in Eastvale.

  By Emily Aguilar Eastvale – In the mid afternoon on July 9, Hamner and Limonite had to be closed for a brief period due to a peaceful protest in Eastvale. Multiple Police Officers were found on the Limonite perimeters and just above them, a CHP helicopter was flying over the city. This was due to protesters who showed […]

Seven Tips For Children’s Summer Safety

Protect your kids while playing outside this summer By Waste Management Waste Management of Southern California encourages parents to review summer safety tips around waste and recycling collection trucks. Now that summertime is in full swing, the company has issued seven tips to help you be mindful of your family’s safety during this fun and adventurous […]


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