Employee Assaulted During Robbery

By Anthony Saude   Chino– At approximately 12:02 p.m., a Chino police officer was flagged down while he was parked toward the rear of the business by employees. They advised the officer that there was possibly an active shooter inside the store. Numerous officers immediately arrived on scene; they entered the store to search for […]

Water Rate Increase For Chino Hills

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills -The Chino Hills City Council has approved a new system to bill residents for their water use. Beginning July 1, the city will give households a “water budget” – or allocation. This allocation will be based on the number of people living at the residence and their daily usage. Outdoor landscaped areas […]

Mt. SAC is Accepting Applications

Staff Reports Walnut – The Mt. San Antonio Community College District is soliciting applications to serve as an appointed member of the Board of Trustees representing Area 2. The appointed individual will serve until the next regularly scheduled election for governing Board members, which is November 6, 2018. Each applicant must reside in Area 2 […]

Fight Depression with Being Grateful Everyday

By Nancy Stoops Gratitude isn’t something that should only be felt once a year on Thanksgiving.  I feel we should acknowledge everyday all that we are grateful for.  Being grateful seems to take us out of our pity parties and focus more on what we have rather then what we don’t.  We take so many […]

Three Cheers for the Postman

By Mark Hopper   I suspect that the employees at the post office are the recipients of a lot of criticism.   I know I have voiced my frustration about the long lines and slow service at the post office in the past.  Maybe you have too.   I am sure that they hear many […]

Mothers Day Party Ends in Tragedy

By Anthony Saude CORONA – Corona police detectives are investigating a double shooting that happened on Mother’s Day. It happened on the 1200 block of West 10th Street in Corona, around 8:45 p.m. on Sunday. There was a Mother’s Day celebration going on in the parking lot of the apartment building between several apartment units. […]

Volunteer Recognition and Pinning Ceremony

By Anthony Saude Diamond Bar – On April 26, the Sheriff’s Department held their annual Volunteer Recognition award and Pinning Ceremony at the STARS Center in Whittier. STARS is the primary training site for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Deputy Explorer program and is a learning for life certified law enforcement explorer academy. This […]

OurWeeklyNews.com Complete Edition 5/19.18

The Weekly News covers community news for Chino, Chino Hills, Diamond Bar, Walnut, Rowland Heights and surrounding areas of San Gabriel Valley and the Inland Empire.Click this link to access the complete issue in PDF format: 2018-05-19-WeeklyNews

Is that ‘Junk’ in Your Attic or Basement Worth a Fortune?

By StatePoint From baseball cards and sports equipment to postcards and toys, is that “junk” in your attic or basement dusty treasure or just dusty? We’ve all heard of families getting rich from the sale of rare memorabilia. So how can you tell if your stuff is valuable and how can you sell it, if […]

Choose, Connect, and See the Difference at Walnut Hills Optometry

Staff Reports   Walnut – Do you know WHO will care for your eyes? Great news! Walnut Hills Optometry is moving to a larger location, just one block away from old location. Starting on January 20 this new location will open its doors to satisfy all your optometry care needs.  For many years, Walnut Hills […]

The Iron Complaint

By Clark’s Nutrition   Iron has long been used as a therapy for weakness throughout history, even when the purveyors of this remedy knew nothing of its ability to mitigate weakness or lethargy. Hippocrates, the father of medicine, would recommend ferruginous (rich in iron) water treatments to individuals suffering from what was termed “chlorosis” or […]

Suspect in Chino Hills Robbery Arrested

3rd man still sought by deputies By Anthony Saude Chino Hills – A Hemet resident, a suspect in a brazen robbery at a Chino Hills residence in April was arrested Wednesday, while another man from Perris was already in custody. Deonta Simuel, 18, of Hemet, was arraigned on robbery charges Thursday in Rancho Cucamonga Superior Court after […]

WVUSD Parents, Community Members Shine at Gala

By Kelli Gile WALNUT– A stellar group of Walnut Valley Unified School District volunteers and community members were honored during the A Night of the Stars gala held April 26 at the Diamond Bar Center.   The 4th bi-annual event, sponsored by the Walnut Valley Educational Foundation, lauded exemplary parents, alumni, business, education, leadership, and service partners. […]

Walnut Valley Rotary Club’s Deputy of The Year

Staff Reports Diamond Bar – On Tuesday, April 24th, Deputy Mark Dean from the Walnut / Diamond Bar Sheriff’s Station, was honored by the Walnut Valley Rotary Club for Deputy of The Year. Deputy Dean was presented the award by the Rotary Club during a breakfast at the Diamond Bar Golf Course in front of […]

Believe You Can and You Will

By Nancy Stoops Just for a moment think about your mindset regarding yourself.  What is your internal dialogue?  Do you tend to tell yourself you can and so you do or do you tell yourself you can’t so you don’t.  Also what is that mindset based on and is it really your truth.  If you […]

Rents Rocketing? Part 2

By Nef Cortez Diamond Bar property values have increased tremendously over the last 8 years, as they have throughout California. Rents have also increased more than 30% for Single Family Residential (SFR) detached homes over that same period of time. This week we will look at the rental rates for Townhomes and Condominiums in Diamond […]

30 Years (Part One)

By Mark Hopper Thirty years is a long time. It is almost a third of a century. But, that is how long we have lived in Diamond Bar, California. I began my new job as the pastor of our church on June 1, 1988 – 30 years ago. My wife and kids stayed in Arizona waiting for our […]

Manhunt for Paul Erwin Black Jr.

Staff Reports La Puente – Sought in Distribution of Child Pornography, Frequents Areas of La Puente, West Covina Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Human Trafficking Bureau detectives are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Paul Erwin Black, Jr.  He is a 49 year-old male, White transient, who is known to frequent the West Covina and […]

Police Need Your Help With Fatal Accident

By Anthony Saude   Eastvale – Crime never goes away, and the Eastvale Police Department’s Traffic Division is asking for the public’s help with an investigation that occurred four years ago. On Friday, April 25, 2014, just after midnight, Eastvale officers began a Hit-And-Run investigation at the intersection of Limonite Avenue and Hamner Avenue. The […]

Car Blazes On Grand Ave

By Michael Armijo   Diamond Bar – Anyone who drove past Summit ridge Park last week couldn’t help but notice the formerly white but now burnt out BMW X5 on fire in the parking lot at 1600 Grand Ave in the early morning hours. LA County Sheriff deputies were on hand to oversee what happened […]