View Homes on Terraced Lots at Hillcrest in Riverside

By Carolyn Tate/ Kovach Marketing A collection of just 26 single family luxury homes at Hillcrest offer expansive views from large homesites.  Located in the desirable La Sierra established area of Riverside, the exclusive tucked away neighborhood by Frontier Communities is priced from just the mid $500,000s with a low tax rate of 1.176% and […]

Eastvale Residents Exercise the Power of Petition

By Izabella Salinas Eastvale– Eastvale resident, James Sinnema, started a petition on the website Change.org to bring residents together who share the same concerns for a proposed project in their neighborhood. In November of last year, the building of a self-storage facility was proposed to the City Council. The property is located east of Hellman […]

Walnut Valley USD Begins Enrollment for the 2019-20 School Year

By Kelli Gile Walnut— The Walnut Valley Unified School District will soon begin registration for the 2019-2020 school year for children transitional kindergarten and kindergarten through fifth grade.  Registration dates are: January 14-18, 2019—for those children with siblings already attending school in our district; January 22, 2019 & on—for those elementary children new to the […]

Man Arrested in Chino Hills Murder Case

By Izabella Salinas Chino Hills- On Dec. 19, 2018, a suspect was arrested for the murder of a Chino Hills resident. Ivan Mejia, 44, was arrested and charged for the murder of Martin Zendejas. The Chino Hills Police Department stated that Mejia attacked Zendejas and beat him to death. Mejia is currently being held at […]

Chino’s Plans to Expand Roadway Runs into Problems

City is forced to exercise their 5th Amendment right to Eminent Domain By Izabella Salinas Chino- The Pine Avenue Widening Project, Chino’s plan to expand Pine Avenue into six lanes, has hit an obstacle due to the City being unable to reach an agreement with the owners of the land needed for the expansion.  A […]

1983 Murder Case is Back in News

Governor Brown Orders Retesting of Evidence By Izabella Salinas Chino Hills- In his last days in office, Governor Jerry Brown ordered retesting of four pieces of evidence from a 1983 Chino Hills murder case. 35 years ago, a man named Kevin Cooper was convicted for the murders of Doug and Peggy Ryen, their daughter Jessica, […]

Chino Taking Action to Show They Care

By Izabella Salinas Chino- Different members of the city of Chino have joined together to create a movement called “Chino Cares.” Chino Cares is a movement with the ultimate goal to unite each group in the diverse Chino community. They plan to do this by asking members to pledge to five things: Be informed, be […]

Area Crime Recap: December 2018

INCIDENT: THEFT INVESTIGATION AND ARREST WHEN: 12/8/2018 WHERE: 1400 block of Morab Way, Norco DETAILS: On Saturday, December 8, 2018, about 9:34 a.m., deputies assigned to the Norco Sheriff’s Office responded to a residence located in the 1400 block of Morab Way, in the City of Norco, reference a theft. The investigation revealed suspects had […]

CarMax Appeals City of Norco’s Decision to Deny Zoning Change

By Izabella Salinas Norco- The City Council for the City of Norco has issued a notice of a public hearing to revisit a previously denied project proposal. On Nov. 28, 2018, CarMax auto retail’s request to build a CarMax location on property located on the southwest corner of Second St. and Valley View Ave was […]

Pine Ave. Widening Project Runs into Problems: City Forced to Use Fifth Amendment Right to Eminent Domain

By Izabella Salinas Chino- The Pine Avenue Widening Project, Chino’s plan to expand Pine Avenue into six lanes, has hit an obstacle due to the City being unable to reach an agreement with the owners of the land needed for the expansion.  A resolution between the parties has not been easy, forcing the City to […]

Voortman’s Egg Ranch: Farm Fresh Eggs for 60 Years

Staff Reports Ontario – Voortman’s Egg Ranch has been in the business of providing farm fresh eggs to friends and visitors to the local area for over 60 years. Originally from Bellflower, the Voortman family – who has always been in the egg ranching business – moved their operation to Ontario in 1951. Voortman’s has […]

Eastvale Residents Exercise the Power of Petition

By Izabella Salinas Eastvale– Eastvale resident, James Sinnema, started a petition on the website Change.org to bring residents together who share the same concerns for a proposed project in their neighborhood. In November of last year, the building of a self-storage facility was proposed to the City Council. The property is located east of Hellman […]

Carjacking in Corona; Suspect Arrested Following Pursuit

By: Izabella Salinas Corona– On Jan. 9 at about 4:20 p.m., Corona Police responded to a call about a carjacking. A 2016 Honda Accord was stolen in the 400 block of River Road while the owner was standing near it. The suspect was described as a Hispanic male and was later identified as Corona resident […]

I-15/Limonite Avenue Lane & Ramp Closures

By City of Eastvale Contractor will be closing the freeway ramps and the Limonite Avenue Bridge on Tuesday and Thursday, January 15 and 17, 2019 from 9:00 pm to 5:00 am. The closures on Thursday, January 17, 2019 will only be used if the work is not completed on Tuesday.

Courage and Confidence

By Mark Hopper      Recently, we learned that one of our grandchildren was elected “president” of her classroom.  She is in the fourth grade.  This was quite an honor to be selected by her young peers. Apparently, each classroom was asked to elect one person to represent their class.  She was selected.     […]

New Year, New Phase of the Pine Avenue Widening Project

By: Izabella Salinas Chino- The city of Chino is advising residents and commuters to find alternate routes to Pine Avenue from January 4 to January 14. This is the next phase in the multi-phase project to expand Pine Avenue from Euclid Avenue to Meadowhouse Avenue into six lanes. The improvements are said to be completed […]

Swim Smarter in an Automated, State-of-the-Art Pool & Spa

Staff Reports Eastvale homeowners want more than a pretty swimming pool. They want beauty and design elements such as sweeping shapes, lush waterfalls, and custom rockwork, but they also want a high-tech pool that’s easy and affordable to own. “More than ever before, this means building pools that save time and money,” says Ron Grijalva, […]

Ring in the New Year at the Eastvale Community Center

By JCSD JURUPA VALLEY, CA (December 10, 2018) – Back by popular demand, the JCSD Parks and Recreation Department will turn the Eastvale Community Center (ECC) into the ultimate party destination.  This exciting event begins at 7:00 p.m. and will feature a disc jockey and dancing, a buffet dinner with a dessert station, two wine […]

Eastvale: Here We Grow Again

Staff Reports Eastvale– The City of Eastvale continues to grow and residents are waiting patiently for their desired establishments to open.  For example, many residents are very excited about the new In-N-Out expecting to come to town in the first quarter of 2019, according to local reports.  However, the community is also currently celebrating the […]

Eastvale Woman Fatally Shot

By Diana Sanchez Eastvale – On Nov. 24, an Eastvale woman was shot and found deceased in the roadway of Jasper Loop, north of Aspen Leaf Lane.  The woman was later identified as Alicia Rene Lopez, 28 of Eastvale.  The Eastvale Police Department is currently seeking the public’s assistance to obtain any additional information regarding […]