City Council Reviews City’s Long-Term Financial Outlook

Staff Reports  Norco – At a public Study Session on April 4, 2018, the Norco City Council received a presentation from staff regarding the long-term financial outlook of the City’s General Fund and various Capital Project Funds used for the construction, replacement and maintenance of City streets, trails, buildings, parks and parking lots. The video recording […]

Inland Christian Home: Quality Environment For Seniors

Staff Reports Ontario- Inland Christian Home, was founded by a number of local churches and began providing services in 1978. The primary mission of the community is a reflection of the heritage of its founders: to provide quality affordable individualized careto seniors in a Christian environment, it’s a place you can feel right at home. […]

Wanna Get Away? AAA Travel Has Your Ticket

By Anthony Saude I had always wanted to be an AAA member, if for nothing else, so I didn’t have to go to the DMV and stand in line for hours on end just to register my car. When I walked into the office I was delighted to see that they offered so many other […]

FREE Sustainable Gardening Workshop

By Anthony Saude Diamond Bar – The City of Diamond Bar is hosting a FREE Sustainable Gardening Workshop on Saturday, April 21 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:0a.m. The free Basic Composting Workshop will provide instructions on composting, worm composting, and water-wise gardening including a selection of drought tolerant plant. California is either just starting a […]

WVUSD Celebrates Stellar Students And Volunteers

By Kelli Gile WALNUT—Each month, Walnut Valley USD Board of Trustees celebrates hard-working students and dedicated community members. During the March 14 meeting, Evergreen and Maple Hill Elementary leaders took to the podium to introduce their hand-picked honorees. Evergreen fifth grader Luis Bartolo received the Super Star Student Award. “Luis is always so positive and […]

Chino Hills Man Arrested for Wielding Knife

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills – Deputies were dispatched at 2:08 p.m. to a residence on the 12800 block of Sunburst Trail. They had received a report of a knife- wielding man fighting with his family members. Chino Hills deputies arrested and jailed a 50-year-old man Saturday afternoon on suspicion of arming himself with two […]

The Last Great Race on Earth

By Kelli Gile Evergreen students follow Iditarod sled dog race DIAMOND BAR — For one exciting week in March, Evergreen Elementary second-grade students become immersed in tracking the Iditarod sled dog race from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska. For the past 15 years, teacher Alice Oldag has incorporated the famous 1,000-mile journey of 65 musher teams […]

25th Annual Wine Soirée

Staff Reports Diamond Bar – The social event of the year, the Wine Soirée, is fast approaching on Sunday, April 22 to Diamond Bar.  Co-chairs Dana Cox, Nancy Lyons, Rick Rogers and Tony Torng announce the spectacular 25th Anniversary Celebration of the Wine Soirée with an afternoon of delicious food tasting from local restaurants, great […]

Corona Residents Sue Over 91 Contruction

By Anthony Saude Corona – The residents, who live north of the 91 freeway, contend that the pile driving, jack hammering and round-the-clock work at Green River Road damaged their houses and robbed them of most of the mountain views they had previously enjoyed. The freeway construction was part of a larger $1.4 billion freeway improvement project that stretched […]

Mental health hospital planned at CIM

California Institution for Men entrance Staff Reports A 50-bed mental health facility is expected to be built at the California Institution for Men in Chino in approximately four years. The prison entrance is located at 14901 Central Ave. at the end of Chino Hills Parkway. “The first dirt to move on this is at least […]

Family Fun At DB 29th Birthday Bash

By Sarah Sanchez Diamond Bar – The City of Diamond Bar is inviting the community to their 29th Birthday Bash on Saturday, April 14.  This annual event celebrates the city’s incorporation with a day of family fun at Pantera Park, located at 738 Pantera Drive. The event will take place from 11 a.m. to 5 […]

Teens Needed For City Summer Programs

Staff Reports Chino Hills– The City of Chino Hills’ Community Services Department is looking for enthusiastic teens, ages 13 to 16 years old, to volunteer this summer. Volunteens, as they are referred to, will assist in the City’s Aquatics, Summer Day Camp, Mobile Recreation, and Special Events programs. Applications for the Volunteen program will be […]

Chino Hills Boys Basketball CIF CHAMPIONS!

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills – For the past five years, the Ball family has ruled Chino Hills basketball. Patriarch LaVar Ball oversaw the rise of eldest son Lonzo from promising point guard to surefire NBA Draft pick. In Lonzo’s last season with the Huskies they won everything, taking the state title and the USA […]

Diamond Bar High Robotics Team Headed to World Championships

Regional Champs! By Kelli Gile DIAMOND BAR—After a long weekend of broken parts and design flaws to overcome, Diamond Bar High’s Team Sprocket took home the prestigious blue banner as winners of the 2018 Orange County Regional FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) on Saturday. The team has now qualified for the World Championships that will be […]

Perris Woman Dies On 60 Freeway In Chino

Staff Reports  Chino –  At approximately 7:38 p.m. a 1998 Jeep Cherokee driven by a 19-year-old male in the far right lane veered into the right shoulder for reasons unknown and struck the back of a Ford Taurus. Three were injured in the accident. In addition to the driver, the car also contained two children. […]

Free Essential Oils Workshop

By Anthony Saude Chino – There is so many uses for essential oils and countless combinations for even more uses, it can be downright confusing and overwhelming. Clark’s Nutrition, as always, wants to inform and educate their customers on healthy habits and how it can affect their lives in a positive manner. The month of […]

Mt. SAC Students Named to State Academic Team

Staff Reports WALNUT–– Mt. San Antonio College students Edilberto “Iggy” Ylo and Amir Freeman are two of the 83 community college students throughout the state recently selected for the 2018 All-California Academic teams, chosen by Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), the international community college honor society. Ylo and Freeman, both students in Mt. SAC’s Honors Program, […]

Chino PD Investigate Murder/Suicide Following Standoff with S.W.A.T

By Anthony Saude   Chino – At around 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 24, officers from the Chino Police Department responded to a call regarding an injured woman in the 12300 block of Cypress Avenue.  When the officers arrived on the scene, Fire officials were already on the scene & were performing first aid on […]

C.J. Morris 3rd Graders Go One-On-One With WVUSD Schools Chief

By Kelli Gile WALNUT—Superintendent Dr. Robert Taylor fielded questions from elementary students during an official town hall meeting on Tuesday. About 100 inquisitive C.J. Morris assembled third graders were eager to learn about the role of the Walnut Valley USD leader. The IB-PYP students have been studying about government and how it affects lives at […]

Over 1,200 Marijuana Plants Found In Chino Hills

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills – The Marijuana Enforcement Team (MET) of the Sheriff’s department and Chino Hills Police Department Deputies served a search warrant at a Chino Hills residence for the illegal cultivation of marijuana. After Deputies from Chino Hills Police Department received a tip from a concerned citizen regarding suspicious activity going on […]