Eastvale Crime Recap: September 2017

INCIDENT: ANNIVERSARY OF UNSOLVED FATAL HIT AND RUN ACCIDENT WHEN: 9/6/2017 WHERE: Limonite Avenue between Lucretia Avenue and Wineville Avenue, Jurupa Valley   ORIGINAL INCIDIENT: On Tuesday, September 6, 2016, at 2:06 a.m., deputies from the Jurupa Valley Police Department responded to the area of Limonite Avenue and Lucretia Avenue, in reference to a reported […]

Don’t Laugh

By Mark Hopper   Recently we had a clean up day to get ready for our church’s 50th birthday party.  There was one specific area on our property that really needed some sprucing up. The ground cover was thinning out and we agreed to order some new mulch and bark to make it look better.The area that we […]

Candlelight Vigil

The Candle light vigil was held on October 5, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. in the Eleanor Roosevelt High School front parking lot.  The vigil was heartfelt and well attended. Many people shared experiences, offered condolences, and gave respect to those who have passed during this terrible tragedy.

Eastvale Community News Complete Edition October 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: EastvaleNews.10-2017

Chino Resident Wins Bravery Award

By Anthony Saude Chino– California Partnership to end domestic violence is a coalition that represents survivors, organizations, advocates and allied individuals working to support survivors of domestic violence has an annual awards reception in Fresno California. This year they honored Tracy Evanson, a Chino resident and the founder of Healed Women Heal, with the Bravery […]

Chino Rotary Club

The Chino Rotary Club donated $500 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Inland Empire/ Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County this afternoon at our weekly meeting. We also learned how Big Brothers Big Sisters is helping to change the lives of youths in our community. What do you know about Big Brothers Big […]

Walnut High Celebrates New Tennis Courts

By Kelli Gile WALNUT, CA— Walnut High students, teachers, staff, and district officials recently gathered during a tennis court grand reopening celebration.Over the summer, the courts were resurfaced, and playing surfaces painted a blue hue – the signature color of the U.S. Open – with grey around the outside. The project also included installation of […]

Man With A Gun

By Anthony Saude Diamond Bar – LASD Deputies from the Walnut/Diamond Bar Station responded to a call regarding a man with a gun at the intersection of Diamond Bar Blvd and Fountain Springs Drive. The Deputies were able to apprehend the male suspect without any incident. Mark Hopper, a witness at the scene, said “he was […]

Walnut Valley USD Board Honors Outstanding Student, Parent

By Kelli Gile   Walnut—The Walnut Valley USD Board of Trustees recognized a standout student and parent volunteer from Vejar Elementary School during the September 20 meeting. Fifth grader Talisa Perez received the Super Star Student Award for going above and beyond on her campus. “Talisa is known by students, teachers, and the staff for […]

Chino Hills Files Lawsuit Over Tres Hermanos Decision

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills – Tres Hermanos is a small cattle ranch had at one-time been the private hunting grounds for generations of wealthy Los Angeles scions, including the late Los Angeles Times Publisher Harry Chandler. The land was purchased by City of Industry’s Industry redevelopment agency in 1978, before the state shut down such […]

Diamond Bar Restaurant Week

By Mireya De La Paz   Diamond Bar – Local, already delicious Diamond Bar restaurants will showcase their cuisine and attract new patrons when the City holds its second annual Diamond Bar Restaurant Week (DBRW). Last year’s overwhelming response led the City to continue the annual feast.  Beginning next week,  (October 6th through the 20th) […]

A Special Birthday- Part 2

By Mark Hopper   The idea of starting a new church in Diamond Bar was the dream of a man named Wally Norling. He was the District Superintendent of the Evangelical Free Church in Southern California.  He loved to plant new churches in new communities that were popping up all over Southern California 50 years ago. Wally personally approached […]

Corona Fire Evacuees Allowed To Return to Homes

By Anthony Saude   Inland Empire – Firefighters from Riverside and Orange counties are battling a brush fire that began Monday afternoon on the shoulder of the eastbound 91 Freeway near the Riverside-Orange county line. After four days of battling the fire, heat and wind in the hills above a Corona neighborhood the fire officials […]

WVUSD Trustees Name New Assistant Principal at Walnut High –Kelli Gile

WVUSD   WALNUT, CA—The Walnut Valley Unified School District Board of Trustees has appointed Dr. Daisy Carrasco-Ramos as the new assistant principal at Walnut High School. Bringing a decade of educational experience to her new post, Dr. Carrasco-Ramos has an extensive teaching background in the area of mathematics and a commitment to meeting the needs […]

Community Events September – November

Kids’ Night Out Walnut Teen Center 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm Third Saturday of every month   Diamond Bar Restaurant Week  A 14-day dining event that will take place Friday, October 6 – Friday, October 20, 2017. The event showcases Diamond Bar as a premier dining destination offering diners a wide variety of culinary experiences. Participating […]

Youth Basketball League-Register Now!

City of Norco Is your child a basketball hopeful? Register her or him for the 2017-2018 Youth Basketball Season.  Register now!. Pee Wee League (Co-ed):  Boys/Girls born 2012 & 2013 Instructional League (co-ed): Boys/Girls born 2010 & 2011 Registration deadline for Pee Wee and Instructional has passed.  For Ages 8-13 for “C”,”B”, “A” Divisions. Boys and […]

Large Amount of Cash Found

Sheriff Dept. Looking For Owner By Michael Armijo Rowland Heights, CA –A large amount of money that was found in Rowland Heights and turned into the Walnut Diamond Bar Sheriff Station is looking for it’s owner. And if no one come forward, the Sheriff’s Department will deposit it into an account unless the finder makes […]

Dreaming Dreams

By Pastor Rob Norris   So then, while we have opportunity, let us do good to all people. Galatians 6:10   I think one of the greatest needs in the Christian community is for individual men and women to dream some dreams about how they can use their talents to impact people’s lives for Christ. Let […]

Storm Drain Mistake Costs Chino $123,338

By Anthony Saude Chino – The storm drain project Located along Chino Avenue, between Benson and Oaks Avenue that had been at a standstill will now move forward. Local reports say there was a mistake made in the original draft of the project that will cost the city of Chino approximately $124,338. It was reported that […]

Infant “Safely Surrendered” to Fire Station

By Anthony Saude   Diamond Bar – A new mother “safe surrendered” her newborn son over to firefighters in Diamond Bar last week, authorities said Friday. The woman first contacted Los Angeles County Fire Department Station 120, 1051 Grand Ave., Diamond Bar, via telephone the night of September 8 and asked if the station was […]