One-Pan Orzo italiano

with Chicken Sausage, Tomatoes, and Spinach   By Hello Fresh   Cooking Time: 30 mins Servings: 2 Nutrition: 550 Calories Ingredients:   Garlic- 2 cloves Baby Spinach- 5 oz Lemon- 1 Grape Tomatoes- 4 oz Parsley- 1/4 oz Italian Chicken Sausage- 6 oz Orzo Pasta- 2/3 cup Italian Seasoning- 1/2 tbsp Chicken Stock Concentrate- 1 […]


Chino Hills, CA – Ruben S. Ayala High School students will experience an accident scene caused by a drunk driver as part of the “Every 15 Minutes” program on Thursday, March 22nd. Peyton Drive will be closed for part of the morning. The accident scene will be played out on Peyton Drive and features student […]

Neighborhood Watch Program

By Anthony Saude Walnut – In case you were unaware, the City of Walnut has an ongoing Neighborhood Watch Program that is always interested in recruiting volunteers. Over the years it has been proven over and over again, that Neighborhood Watch Programs lower crime rates within the neighborhoods they patrol. If there is one thing […]

Diet vs. Exercise: Which is Better for Weight Loss?

By StatePoint What’s more important: diet or exercise? Anyone who’s tried to lose weight and maintain a healthy lifestyle has likely asked this question. Sixty-eight percent of people want to lose 10 pounds or more, according to a recent Harris Poll on behalf of Nutrisystem. March is National Nutrition Month, and a good time to […]

Purse Snatch Suspect Arrested

Courtesy of Pomona PD Pomona – On March 6, 2018, Suspect Joseph approached the female adult victim on Holt Bl at Eleanor St. and forcefully took a bag filled with personal items from her. The victim was able to flag down a passing neighborhood. The suspect was able to hide in a nearby backyard officer. […]

Evergreen Odyssey Of The Mind Team Qualifies For State Tourney

By Kelli Gile DIAMOND BAR—Evergreen Elementary STEAM Odyssey of the Mind team won first place in the Los Angeles County regional competition held on February 24. The champions will now go on to compete at the state level March 24 at University of California, Riverside. The Odyssey of the Mind program promotes creativity and problem […]

Chino Man Gets Three Years For Embezzlement

By Anthony Saude   Chino – Robert Leland Johnson IV, a 39 year-old former securities broker and Chino resident, was sentenced to three years in state prison after he plead guilty to multiple counts of felony grand theft. This was in connection with the embezzlement of nearly $1.1 million as reported by the San Bernardino […]

Healing Your Heart and Spirit

By Nancy Stoops It takes an incredible amount of courage to start therapy.   Many people start therapy but leave just as they are really starting to deal with their core issues.  In order to really heal, a person must not only face their demons but take them on and beat them.  This is a scary […]

Clark’s March Madness Lecture Series

Staff Reports Chino – Clark’s is committed to educating their customers about how healthy living begins with one healthy habit at a time. “When you have somebody walking through the process with you that is when the magic happens,” said Joe the Clark’s Nutrition Specialist on staff. Clark’s has an incredible lecture series coming to […]

Eastvale Still One of Safest Cities

By Jaelyn Fudge Eastvale – Eastvale is proud to announce that we’ve currently been ranked in the top 25th percentile as one of the safest cities in the U.S! This report was taken from a recent study conducted by the Safe Homes organization, entitled the 101 Safest Cities in America. “We are proud that the […]

How Did I Get Here?

By Mark Hopper I was sad when I heard the news that Billy Graham died.  He was 99 years old.  I never met the man, but he had a profound influence in my life and my family. According to the news reports, Billy Graham spoke to over 200 million people who attended his crusades during […]

Passport Acceptance Fees Increase April 2

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills– For the first time in a while the federal government is raising costs on passports. If you have been planning that trip, don’t wait. Make an appointment today to apply for a passport at Chino Hills City Hall (14000 City Center Drive) on the second floor. Do it before the […]

Take That, Cancer

By Sarah Sanchez My best friend of 20 years was recently diagnosed with breast cancer.  This was a huge shock to us as she is only 26-years-old and there is no history of breast cancer in her family.  She is a beautiful young woman who does not have kids yet, and has her whole life […] Complete Edition 3.10.18

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: Weekly03.10.2018

Advanced Improvements Provides Comfort For Your Home

Staff Reports   SoCal – Advanced Improvements is an expert in solar power, roofing, air conditioning and heating, water heating and water filtration. For over 20 years, they have been providing eco-friendly, energy saving home and office comfort solutions for Riverside, Orange, San Bernardino, San Diego and Los Angeles counties. Advanced Improvements’ mission is to […]

Stuck in the Middle

What You Need to Know About Caregiving By StatePoint As the population ages, more people (particularly women) will be “sandwiched” in between taking care of their parents or other family members in need, and their children. Take telenurse and nurse educator Kathie Wells, RN, BSN, CCM. At age 55, she is juggling full-time work, while […]

Greek Salad Flatbreads

with Artichokes, Olives and Feta   By Hello Fresh   Cooking Time: 25 mins Servings: 4 Nutrition: 710 Calories Ingredients:   Artichokes- 13 oz Green Olives- 2 oz Grape Tomatoes- 8 oz Red Onion- 1 Garlic- 4 cloves Fresh Mozzarella- 8 oz Flatbreads- 4 Feta Cheese- 1/2 cup Arugula- 4 oz Balsamic Vinegar- 5 tsp […]

History 101

March 10, 1864: Lincoln signs Ulysses S. Grant’s commission to command the U.S. Army On this day in 1864, President Abraham Lincoln signs a brief document officially promoting then-Major General Ulysses S. Grant to the rank of lieutenant general of the U.S. Army, tasking the future president with the job of leading all Union troops […]

Chaparral Middle School Wins Cal State LA Middle School Regional Science Bowl

Staff Reports Diamond Bar – Chaparral Middle School, located in Diamond Bar, recently won first place in Cal State LA’s 11th Annual Middle School Regional Science Bowl. The Chaparral team also earned a spot to compete in the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) National Science Bowl in Washington, D.C. in April. The winning team includes […]

Tips to Refresh Yourself

By StatePoint In a fitness rut? Instead of simply attempting to lose weight or drop a clothing size, consider placing a more positive spin on your objectives. Whether your stated goal is to try new sports and hobbies or to get in touch with nature, you can better refresh yourself by setting goals that help […]