The Grudge: A Horror of the Heart

By Pastor Mark Lee With Halloween right around the corner, many people will view at least one scary movie in the upcoming weeks.  From current releases to old standbys, these terrifying tales have become as much a part of October as trick-or-treating and pumpkin patches.  One fan favorite is The Grudge, a thriller released in […]

Clark’s Tips

Magnesium the Magnificent! By Clark’s Nutrition   Medieval Latin named it “magnesia”, a white lodestone mineral that was highly magnetic and very highly prized by the 15th century alchemists. This group of protoscientists aimed to purify base metals into gold and craft elixirs of mortality, and believed magnesium deposits could be used to craft the […]

Eastvale Military Needs Your Help

Staff Reports Eastvale – The City of Eastvale has officially begun administrating the Military Banner Program (MBP) as of September 14, 2016. The Program honors Eastvale residents that are serving in the U.S. Armed Forces as well as their immediate family members (spouse, parent, legal guardian, grandparent, child or sibling). Eligibility for the program is […]

San Antonio Regional Hospital Open House Event!


San Antonio Regional Hospital is having a Huge Open House event and is inviting all local residents to attend! See the Ad below and get details on the scheduled activities and special guests!

October is Financial Planning Month: Easy Tips to Stick to a Budget

By StatePoint It can be easy to let your finances fall by the wayside when juggling work, family, school and other priorities. October is Financial Planning Month and a perfect time to make sure you are prepared for the future. To help, the discount experts at Dollar General are offering some useful tips to assist […]

CNUSD Traffic Safety Reminder

A message from CORONA NORCO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT The Corona-Norco Unified School District would like to remind all parents to pay extra attention when driving in or around our schools. We have experienced some traffic collisions involving our students that could have been prevented. As part of our on-going working partnership with the Eastvale Police Department and the Riverside […]

Tips From Deputy Myers

Dear Deputy Myers: Keep your purchases and packages safe… With holiday time fast approaching, many people will be starting to get a jump on their shopping both at retail stores and through online ordering and delivery. There are several ways to keep your packages and yourself safe when shopping. When you venture out to your […]

Energy Conservation

City of Eastvale There are several programs available for residents to assist with Energy Conservation and home improvements that will reduce your energy usage.  The following agencies have programs available: Southern California Edison Upgrade your appliances and maximize your energy usage and savings with our money-saving rebates. There are so many things you can do to get more […]

Crime Recap

Staff Reports   Eastvale – The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, including Eastvale Police and Corona Police, have done a great job combating crime in the area. Read a recap below to see what happened in the month of September. Eastvale – The Eastvale Police Department started an investigation after the theft of a Ford Econoline […]

The Paradox of Giving

By Pastor Robert Jewett Have you ever noticed that the most generous people are often the most content people?  How is it that when given the opportunity, to give or to keep their resources for themselves, those who give are the most blessed?  The same questions hold true for the exact opposite.  How is that […]

Brakes on Breast Cancer!

Staff Reports Chino – During the entire month of October, 139 auto repair shops from across the United States will offer free brake pads to their customers to help put the Brakes on Breast Cancer. Brakes for Breast Cancer’s team is run by Dr. Vincent Tuohy at the Cleveland Clinic where they have effectively performed […]

Snuggle Up

By Tim Eaton  Fall is in the air.  The kids are deciding on Halloween costumes, you are sipping on pumpkin spice something, apple cider suddenly sounds appealing, the frantic pace of fall sports has begun, and for a few days the temperature has finally dipped below 90 degrees. One of the great comforts and escapes […]

Artist Corner

Andrea Cruz By Racine Guajardo  Andrea Cruz was born in Lake Tahoe, California but later moved to Southern California at an early age.  A sketchbook and pencil played a huge role in her upbringing. Her first influence was her Grandfather, saying, “He was the one that opened my eyes to the arts.” He was the […]

Eastvale Community News Complete Edition October 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:2016-10-eastvalenews-full

Eastvale Residents May Receive Reports For New Walmart Construction

Staff Reports Eastvale – The City of Eastvale has compiled an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for residents to inform them of new construction taking place on Limonite Avenue. The report addresses the constructions impact on traffic, noise and green house gases. The development project will house a commercial retail center with a Walmart being at […]

The Great Pretender

By Michael Armijo I remember dressing up like batman, the little Kmart suit with the plastic mask. I remember watching SWAT and grabbing a stick like it was my machine gun. I remember trying to lift the car because I wanted to be Steve Austin, the 6 million dollar man. You would think it was […]

Italian Sausage and Baby Broccoli Pasta

with Oregano Gremolata and Parmesan Cheese By HelloFresh Gremolata may sound fancy, but it’s really just a simple combination of herbs, garlic, and lemon zest. Our chefs added almonds into the mix and toasted it all for a deep flavor and slight crunch. We may be biased, but we think it pairs beautifully with the […]

How you can benefit from SARH as an Orthopedic Patient

Photo courtesy: San Antonio Regional Hospital

Staff Reports Upland- San Antonio Regional Hospital has been selected by Blue Shield of California to participate in the Blue Distinction Specialty Program as the Blue Distinction Center for Knee and Hip Replacement. To be recognized by the Blue Distinction Center, healthcare facilities must showcase how they deliver improved patient safety and better health outcomes […]

Senator Leyva attends Community meeting in Chino

Photo courtesy: Vanessa Wiarco Senator Leyva with residents and Cal Poly Pomona students.

By Racine Guajardo Chino – On September 24, Senator Connie M. Leyva attended a Community meeting that was held at the Chino Community Building from 10 a.m. to 1130 a.m. which also featured Scott Bros. Creamery and Cal Poly Pomona’s College of Agriculture. About 30 residents from her district attended the meeting, where Senator Leyva […]

You’re Not Too Far Gone

By Pastor Ed Moreno In the movie “The Godfather – Part 3,” there’s a famous scene called The Confession.   In this scene Al Pacino’s character says to a Catholic Cardinal: “I’m beyond redemption.” Sadly, many people believe this about themselves.  Even many Christians, who fall into serious or habitual sins, will arrive at the conclusion […]