Water Pressure

Staff Reports Not sure about the water pressure in your home? Please read some of the following tips: Troubleshooting Low Pressure Most low water pressure problems originate inside the home. If you are experiencing low or reduced water pressure, please check these common culprits. Pressure Reducing Valve (PRV) Most homes in this area have pressure […]

New Report Shows Chronic Absenteeism Concentrated In 4% Of Districts

By Attendance Works Nine out of 10 U.S. school districts experience some level of chronic absenteeism among students, but half of the nation’s chronically absent students are concentrated in just 4 percent of its districts, according to a new analysis of federal data. Preventing Missed Opportunity, released on Tuesday, September 6, by Attendance Works and […]

Burn Out

By Pastor Dennis Morales Leviticus 6:12  “And the fire on the altar shall be kept burning on it; it shall not be put out.  And the priest shall burn wood on it every morning…” A first-grader wondered why her father brought home a briefcase full of work every evening. Her mother explained, “Daddy has so […]

Artist Corner

Photo courtesy: MVisionLA Anthm performing at The VapeGoat in Boyle Heights

Artist Corner    Anthony Hernandez a.k.a. Anthm By Racine Guajardo Anthony grew up in the suburbs of Eastside LA, moving around often in his younger years but primarily stayed in Whittier, CA. His writing began after the passing of his grandmother in the sixth grade. Anthony recalls, saying, “Ms. Grubb took me aside the day […]

16 Restaurants/Fast Food Chains Get “F” On Antibiotic Use In Meat By Michael Armijo

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By Michael Armijo For the second year now consumer interest groups have been sounding the alarm about the antibiotics used in meat used by local food chains. This year 16 have received an “F”, which is down from last years 20 such ratings, for not restricting antibiotic use by their meat suppliers, according to reports […]

Eastvale’s August Town Hall Meeting Recap

The August 2nd, 2016 Town Hall meeting was held at Rosa Parks Elementary school. The purpose of the meeting is to update the community on the latest news from various departments and organizations, as well as give residents an opportunity to ask questions of the aforementioned groups. Mayor Ike Bootsma opened the meeting by discussing […]

God Never Fails, But People Do

By Pastor Mark Lee Last year, the public disgrace of an outspoken reality television star made national headlines.  Not surprisingly, the media was quick to point out the conflict between this individual’s grievous wrongdoing and his frequently-professed Christianity.  Soon, it seemed as if everyone was talking about this man of faith and his fall from […]

Did you know?

10 Tips for Freshening Up Your Family’s Routine By StatePoint Running a household can be stressful, so finding a way to streamline your routine is a must. While you may have short-cuts and tricks already in place, stocking your home with the best supplies and most innovative products will help to make each day even […]

Angiel Air: Customer Service Is Their Priority

Staff Reports Eastvale – Summer may have officially come to an end, but the summer heat is lingering.  Not only do you want to ensure that your air conditioning is running at peak performance, but it’s also time to check your heater in preparation for the cooler months ahead.  Angiel Air is ready for your […]

Local Church Sponsors Family Night

By Michael Armijo Eastvale, CA – VantagePoint Church in Eastvale sponsored a family night last Sunday, September 4th, at the Eleanor Roosevelt High School campus. The evening, which was titled “Flicks and Food Trucks”, was a night for families to come out and enjoy nine food trucks and a free movie playing on an inflatable […]

History 101

Olympic Games By History.com  The Olympic Games, which originated in ancient Greece as many as 3,000 years ago, were revived in the late 19th century and have become the world’s preeminent sporting competition. From the 8th century B.C. to the 4th century A.D., the Games were held every four years in Olympia, located in the […]

Costco Coming in Fall 2017

Staff Reports The City of Eastvale has been busy in the last 3 months! There are various businesses opening in the future and currently just opened. The latest plan, Costco has signed a Letter of Intent to build a site in the retail portion of the Goodman Commerce Center in Eastvale. They have also filed […]

Help Me O Lord My God

By Pastor Robert Jewett Have you ever been to the point where you just felt like giving up? Did it seem like no matter what you did, you were mistreated anyway? Perhaps you threw your arms up and said, “I can’t do this anymore!” Take heart, the Lord is faithful to help His children. King […]

Temporary Signs In The Public Right Of Way

City of Eastvale Citizens, business owners, non-profit organizations and others are asked to please abide by the rules and criteria outlined below when placing Garage Sale signs or other temporary signs within the City of Eastvale. Temporary Signs in the Public Right of Way is defined as “any sign, including commercial, non-commercial or political sign […]

Chicken Gyro Salad

with Tzatziki Dressing, Heirloom Tomatoes, and Cucumber By Hello Fresh Bulgur wheat is a nutritious Middle Eastern grain we can’t get enough of. It’s tender, slightly chewy, and adds a hearty consistency to this pita-less gyro dinner. Our chefs chose chicken thighs because of their deeper, richer flavor — not to mention irresistible crispness. But […]

Eastvale Community News Complete Edition September 2016

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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:2016-09-eastvalenews-full-v2

Tips From Deputy Meyers

Dear Deputy Myers: How can I become more involved with my community and the Sheriff’s Department? Did you know the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department has numerous volunteers that assist the department with many different aspects of their day to day operations?  It’s true, and there are hundreds of volunteers department wide that are vital to […]

Habits

By Pastor Tim Eaton What does a nun wear that everyone has? Habits! Far too often we simply float along through life.  Maybe we attribute our station in life to fate, or think that our life is just the way it has to be.  Even our daily routine may seem like something we have no […]

Council Recap

By Tiana Goegebuer The August 10th, 2016 City Council Meeting was attended by Council members Clint Lorimore, Adam Rush, and Richard (Dickie) Simmons, as well as Mayor Pro Tem Joseph Tessari and Mayor Ike Bootsma. Natalie Diaz, the Student Liaison from Eleanor Roosevelt High School, kicked off the meeting by presenting her report to the […]

Eastvale Holds Elections Nov 8

Staff Reports Eastvale, CA – As many have claimed they aren’t going to vote in this November election due to the choice of candidates, the City of Eastvale will need you to go out and vote anyway, as three seats are up on the City Council. The City Council previously took action at the April […]