Walnut Valley Trustees Celebrate Star Students, Community Partners

By Kelli Gile  WALNUT– In keeping with tradition, the Walnut Valley USD Board of Trustees honored outstanding students and community partners during the November 15 meeting. C.J. Morris Elementary fourth graders Kailyn Park and Nyla Rivera authored “Everyone Has A Right”, a friendship book they wrote to raise awareness about students with special needs. The caring […]

$8,000 In Stolen Cash and Coins

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills – Deputy Livi was patrolling his area like any other night when he noticed a car with Utah plates parked on Riverside Drive and E. End Avenue that at around 1:30 a.m., ther were two men sleeping in it, said Sgt. Randy Naquin of the Chino Hills Sheriff’s station. Deputy […]

Porch Pirates Beware

By Anthony Saude Chino – Chino Police Department is proactively fighting package theft in the city this holiday season with a little help from their friends. “The Chino Police Department has partnered with several members of the community to deploy decoy packages with GPS tracking abilities in an effort to deter crime and aide in […]

The Financial Architects

By Anthony Saude Chino – Purchasing any kind of insurance in today’s market can be a very daunting task for the regular person out there. Question need to be asked like, who can you trust, did you get enough coverage, does it make sense for our age group, does it fit in our budget? All […]

Corona Man Charged With Murder

By Anthony Saude Corona – On Thanksgiving Day Corona Police Officers responded to a family disturbance call that involved an assault with a deadly weapon in the 1700 block of Rainbow Ridge on the west side of the City of Corona. The Corona Fire Department paramedics were dispatched to the scene and found 64 year […]

Auto Accident Leaves 1 Dead, 5 Injured

By Anthony Saude Diamond Bar – A violent auto accident on the 60 freeway left one dead and 5 injured on Sunday, November 26. The accident took place at about 3 a.m. in the eastbound lanes of the 60 freeway in Diamond Bar where the 57 and the 60 freeway intersect. A 2001 Chevy Impala […]

College Football

By Mark Hopper One of the fun things that happens at this time of year is college football. The season has gone by so quickly and there is already a lot of talk about which teams will qualify to play in the post-season bowl games. There is something about college football that appeals to me. College football is full of […]

Mt. Sac Olympic Trials: $40 Million For Local Communities

By Staff Reports Walnut – On December 13, 2017 there will be a Walnut City Council meeting and it seems that a discussion about Olympic Trials at Mt. Sac will finally be on the agenda. “We are starting to move the dirt for the construction needed to have the trials because if we don’t start […]

Get Your Holiday Tamales at The Whole Enchilada

Staff Reports Diamond Bar – The holidays are just around the corner, so let the planning begin!  The Whole Enchilada will be your holiday partner with dozens of possibilities including catering, a night away from cooking during this busy season, and delectable holiday tamales. From delicious platters and entrée meals to taco bars, The Whole Enchilada […]

Free Youth In Government Event

By Anthony Saude Diamond Bar – The City of Diamond Bar is having a FREE event for youth ages 14 – 18 on Saturday December 2, at Diamond Bar City Hall, 21810 Copley Drive, Diamond Bar CA 91765, from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.  Registration is required for this free event. The event will give […]

Corona Pd Receives $75,000 Grant

By Marissa Mitchell Corona, CA – Corona Police Department recently received $75,000 in grant money for traffic enforcement and crash prevention, resulting in some crackdown on impaired drivers. The Corona Department has been given the money from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) for a year-long programs. This program will consist of special enforcements, […]

Chino Hills Grow House Fire

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills – On November 17, 2017 Chino Valley Fire District firefighters and Sheriff’s Deputies from Chino Hills PD were dispatched to a house fire at 1807 Nordic Avenue in Chino Hills. When they arrived the residence was completely engulfed in flames. While the firefighters were putting out the flames they discovered […]

Eastvale Fire Station 31 Recognized in Firehouse Magazine

Staff Reports Eastvale – In the November 2017 edition of Firehouse Magazine, Eastvale Fire Station No. 31 received a notable recognition in the Career Category 2 Fire Design section designated for stations built less than 15,000 square feet in size. The 4th annual 2017 Station Design Awards showcased 43 fire and emergency services facilities in […]

Kindergartners Join Thanksgiving Feast

By Kelli Gile  DIAMOND BAR—About 120 Evergreen Elementary students wearing pilgrim and Native American paper hats sat side-by-side for a Thanksgiving feast on Friday morning. Kindergarten teacher Mona Warren, costumed in traditional dress and moccasins, opened the event with a Native American blessing. The children echoed each line using hand gestures. “And now may the […]

Man Arrested For Dog Abuse

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills – On November 7, 2017, Enping Qu, a 22 year old resident of Chino Hills was arrested after allegedly pouring boiling water on his girlfriends dog. The dog, Sophie was in her cage when the alleged crime place. The San Bernardino County Sheriffs Deparment was dispatched to the 1600 block […]

Corona Life Pregnancy Center

By Anthony Saude Corona – It had been a full month now, she was late, and this was a much more serious “late” than missing homeroom class. She didn’t have a job or money; she had just graduated high school and was accepted to the college of her choice. Her and her boyfriend weren’t serious […]

Happy Thanksgiving

By Mark Hopper One of the ways that I know that Thanksgiving is coming is when I see Pumpkin pies at Costco.  I love Pumpkin pie and I get excited to see them in season at Costco. Their pies are big and they taste good! My wife loves to decorate our house in different ways for the changing seasons.  She has special […]

Snow Is Coming To Eastvale Sat. Dec 2

By Anthony Saude   Eastvale – The Holiday season is here and that means Christmas is right around the corner, complete with snow in Eastvale! Jurupa Community Services District (JCSD) hasn’t forgotten local residents and presents their annual Winter Wonderland extravaganza complete with a Tree Lighting Ceremony on Sat., Dec. 2nd at the Eastvale Community […]

Eastvale: Major Projects Ahead

  R. Horton – The Trails, Planned Residential Development Residential Subdivision Project No. 11-0558 Project Location: Northwest corner of Archibald and 65th General Plan Amendment, Change of Zone, Tentative Tract Map, and Planned Residential Development for 256 dwelling units with a 5- acre park. CEQA: Mitigated Negative Declaration Planner: Yvette Noir/Malinda Lim Approved by City […]

Street Sweeping in Eastvale

By Anthony Saude Eastvale – On September 27, 2017, the City of Eastvale’s City Council approved street sweeping services for additional neighborhoods in the City. Services will begin on Monday, November 13, 2017 for the following areas: Northeast corner of Archibald Avenue and Schleisman Road *** Be advised that the communities below are a general […]