Unison Supply: Landscaping Made Simple

By Anthony Saude Industry – Unison Supply carries only the best irrigation and landscape supplies and materials, priding themselves in providing the best service in the industry. Going the extra mile means having a Labor Day sale that will last the entire month of September. You can save $20 on the FS 91R Stihl weed trimmer […]

Quick Beef Ragu Spaghetti

with Zucchini and Italian Sausage   By Hello Fresh   Cooking Time: 30 mins Servings: 4 Nutrition: 770 Calories Ingredients:   Zucchini- 2 Yellow Onions- 2 Garlic- 4 cloves Thyme- 1/4 oz Ground Beef- 20 oz Italian Seasoning- 1 tbsp Soy Sauce- 4 tbsp Spaghetti – 12 oz Crushed Tomatoes- 2 boxes Parmesan Cheese – […]

WVUSD Announces Leadership Team Appointments

By Kelli Gile WALNUT—The Walnut Valley Unified School District is pleased to announce the following administrative appointments:   Education veteran Dr. Resma Byrne has been named director of educational projects and assessments.  Byrne served as Castle Rock Elementary principal for the past four years. Prior to that, she was assistant principal at Clara Barton Elementary in the […]

4 Surprising Insights Into Life With Parkinson’s Disease

By StatePoint Over 1 million Americans live with Parkinson’s disease (PD), and while some symptoms are easier to see, such as tremors, stiffness and slowness of movement, there are a range of harder-to-detect non-movement symptoms that can have an impact on daily life. Recently, the Parkinson & Movement Disorder Alliance (PMDAlliance), a non-profit organization offering […]

3 Questions to Ask Before Accepting That Job Offer

By StatePoint Many people view their job search as an opportunity to prove their worth to potential employers. Yet, it is important to keep in mind that finding the perfect match goes both ways, and the right job needs to work for you, too – especially in today’s economy where employers need to work hard […]

When Life Gives You Lemons

By Melody Kraemer – Autism Mom Have you heard that saying, “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade?” Don’t you think that’s just way too easy? When life gives me lemons, I make a cake or cupcakes. I may even make a drink with alcohol, but I never settle on lemonade. What does it really mean when […]

Rents Still Skyrocketing?

By Nef Cortez I have reported on home values rising fast in Diamond Bar. Today, we take a look at how fast rents are increasing as well. Home values typically follow the pattern of economic recessions, with prices increasing as the economy improves, and peaking at about the same time or slightly after the economy […]

Two Arrested for DUI at Checkpoint

By City of Chino The Chino PD Traffic Unit conducted a DUI/Driver’s License checkpoint on Friday, August 24, 2018, at 11900 Central Avenue between the hours of 8:00 p.m. and 1:00 a.m. Checkpoints are placed in locations that have the greatest opportunity for achieving drunk and drugged driving deterrence and provide the greatest safety for […]

Man Lunged Towards Student

Staff Reports Eastvale – On August 23, at about 3:30 P.M., it was reported a student was walking home from school in the area of Sumner Avenue and Pheasant Knoll Road, in Eastvale. The student observed a white male adult walking towards him, who subsequently sat on the ground in some bushes concealing himself from […]

City Of Chino Hills Adopts Extra Fee for Credit Card Users

Staff Reports Chino Hills – Beginning September 10, the City of Chino Hills will be adding a 2.5% convenience fee when payments are made via credit and/or debit cards. This fee passes the cost of credit card transactions to the customer paying by credit or debit card. The extra charge will affect customers registering for […]

17th Annual Fall Career Fair at Mt. SAC

Mt. San Antonio College Career & Transfer Services will be hosting its 17th Annual Fall Career Fair on Tuesday, October 2, 2018 from 10:00am to 1:00pm between Buildings 4 and 61 .We would like to extend a ‘Request to Attend’ our  Fall  Career Fair to recruit students for your current and future job openings. There […]

Residential Burglary Suspect Arrested

Staff Reports  CHINO – After an intensive investigation Chino Police Department Detectives identified and arrested a man in connection to an ongoing residential burglary where the victims had over $50,000 in valuables stolen from their home.   The incident occurred on July 11, 2018, at a residence in the 14700 block of Willamette Avenue in […]

Man Found Dead on Brea Canyon Road

By Anthony Saude Diamond Bar – The body of a 24-year-old Rowland Heights man, Javier Jose Velasquez Grimaldo, was found at approximately 4:30 a.m. Monday morning, August 27 on Brea Canyon Road near the southbound Orange (57) Freeway in Diamond Bar. The CHP reported that the man had sustained serious head injuries. The California Highway […]

Being Okay With Letting Go

By Nancy Stoops We hang on to our stuff so very tightly.  It seems as if our stuff actually becomes part of who we are.  I think it becomes the part of us that we don’t like very much, yet we have such a deep rooted sense of fear about letting go of all of […]

A Cup of Coffee

By Mark Hopper There are a lot of coffee places in Diamond Bar. We have at least two Starbucks; the It’s A Grind and The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.  Plus McDonalds has the McCafe.  I’m sure that the possibilities are endless.   My wife likes me to bring home a cup of coffee for […]

History 101

September 1894: Labor Day Becomes a Federal Holiday By History.com   Labor Day pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers, and Labor Day 2018 occurs on Monday, September 3 (it’s traditionally observed on the first Monday in September). It was created by the labor movement in the late 19th century and became […]

Growing Gardens

By Rob Norris Let us not lose heart in doing good, for in due time we will reap if we do not grow weary. Galatians 6:9 I like the way a garden looks when it’s clean and neat, when all the soil is evened out and the weeds are pulled up. But I know too […]

A Great Start!

By Kelli Gile  Walnut — Summer break is over and students will soon be getting into the rhythm and routine of the new school year. Teachers and staff members on 15 campuses welcomed nearly 14,400 students in the Walnut Valley Unified School District on Monday morning. By 7:30 a.m., Vejar Elementary Principal Whitney Prenger was out […]

Here We Grow Again

By Anthony Saude Eastvale – Since it first became a city in October of 2010, Eastvale has grown immensely. An area that was once mainly known for dairy farms is now buzzing with shopping centers, beautiful parks, and great schools. The growth our city has experienced is not letting up any time soon either! Here are […]

Housing Prices Declining?

By Nef Cortez I reported last week that the Diamond Bar Condominium and Townhome market saw an increase of almost 11% year over year (2nd quarter 2018 as compared to 2nd quarter 2017) in its Median Sales Price (MSP). What happened to the price of detached homes in Diamond Bar for the same period? According to the […]