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The Chino Hills Hindu Temple will glow with alternating iridescent colors during four light shows at 6, 6:30, 7 and 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 28, each lasting 10 to 12 minutes, to celebrate Diwali, or Festival of Lights.

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Tickets for the 40th annual Milk Can football game between the Chino and Don Lugo football teams, scheduled to kickoff at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25 at Don Lugo High, will go on sale this week. No tickets will be sold the day of the game. 

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A large group of supporters wearing Chino Hills High shirts spoke Thursday night to the Chino Valley school board wanting former football coach Chris Stevens and athletic director Sam Sabbara to be reinstated after their resignations last week because of pranking and teasing between freshman…

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Five decades of serving the Chino community will be celebrated by all six of the former pastors of CrossPoint Church in Chino, formerly known as Calvary Christian Reformed Church.

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A two-hour discussion on the merits of pickleball versus tennis at Torrey Pines Park in southern Chino Hills ended with a unanimous recommendation for pickleball during Wednesday’s parks and recreation commission meeting.

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Despite protests from residents of a nearby housing development about possible air quality issues and increased traffic, a multi-building business center totaling 1.3-million-square-feet and located south of Chino Airport was unanimously approved by the Chino Planning Commission Oct. 7.

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A stream of fresh milk squeezed from a cow’s udder by a dairyman elicited peals of laughter from the crowd gathered at the Harvest Festival Oct. 12 at the Old Schoolhouse Museum.

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A 28-year-old West Covina woman was killed when she drove in the wrong direction on the 71 Freeway in Chino Hills early last Saturday morning and collided her car head-on into a Tesla.

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A Chino Hills resident said she was bit by a pit bull after an altercation in front of her home on Saturday, Oct. 12 while she was watering her lawn.

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Food, wine and beer tasting, a silent auction and presentation of the Achievement in Aviation award will be highlights of the Planes of Fame Air Museum’s 13th annual Taste of Flight Gala, to be held 6 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 26 at 14998 Cal Aero Drive, Chino.

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Eighth-grade students Jacob Dee, Abhinav Kalidindi, Raymond Perez, Jack Schloeman, Jacob Stewart and Adam Donegan show support for those with cancer and those affected by the disease during an Oct. 4 prayer event at Loving Savior of the Hills Lutheran School. The middle school leadership gro…

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Applications are being taken for the “Live Your Dream: Education & Training Awards for Women” program sponsored by the service club Soroptimist International of Chino Valley.

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Allison Marina Mitts of Chino has been named a Homecoming Princess for Rosary Academy in Fullerton. She will be presented at Servite High School’s Homecoming football game on Oct. 24 at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Long Beach by her parents Frank and Marisela Mitts. The game begins at 7 p.m.

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A two-hour discussion on the merits of pickleball versus tennis at Torrey Pines Park in southern Chino Hills ended up with a unanimous recommendation for pickleball during Wednesday’s parks and recreation commission meeting.

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Wildfires near the Chino Hills State Park increased 50 percent from 2012 to 2018, compared to the previous 97 years, according to a study released by Hills for Everyone, the group that founded the Chino Hills State Park.

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Rearing up in the “fog” on Carbon Canyon Road at Rosemary Lane is the Headless Horseman displayed at the home of Damon and Shannon Johnson. Mrs. Johnson found the large horseman after years of searching and wanted to share him with the community, regardless of the worry he might be vandalize…

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They keep city facilities neat and clean while loving every minute of their job. The City of Chino Hills has provided employment for persons with disabilities for the past decade and was presented the “Star Award” by the California Disability Services Association for doing so.

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Minutes after Chino Valley Fire board member Winn Williams was hit with his third censure Wednesday night, Fire Chief Tim Shackelford warned the board member if he enters a non-public area of fire district headquarters again without prior approval he could be cited for trespassing.

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Max Scott would have preferred to remain anonymous at the dedication of Boys Republic’s new culinary arts center in Chino Hills, but his stellar reputation made that wish impossible. 

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The DeCambra family’s elaborate pirate-themed Halloween display in the Fairfield Ranch area of Chino Hills started out simply in 2008 with a “skull” that drinks rum. 

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Ayala High will host its 13th annual Music in Motion field tournament with 28 high school bands noon to 10 p.m. today (Oct. 12) at the Ayala High stadium, 14255 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills.

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The city’s commercial broker, Jones Lang LaSalle Brokerage (JLL), will present an economic development update to the Chino Hills Planning Commission at 7 p.m. Tuesday in council chambers.

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The sound of coyotes and barking dogs caused Chino Hills resident Annie Smith to run out of her home at 6:30 a.m. Monday only to find two large raccoons peering down from a tree in the green space west of Village Oaks Apartments off Bayberry Drive. She said she was amazed at their large size…

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Instructor Nick Upshaw (left) demonstrates a product he made on a 3D printer at Chaffey College’s Industrial Technical Learning Center in Fontana to Katya Garcia, Gabriela Gandara and Samantha Garcia, students at Don Lugo High in Chino. The students spent the day on Oct. 4 learning about dif…

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Lindsey Miller with her daughter Devin Miller, a fourth-grade student at Litel Elementary, are constructing a bridge using straws reinforced with paper clips during a Family STEAM Night held at Litel Elementary in Chino Hills.  

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Tom and Deborah Guagliardo’s home at 6515 Isaac Court, Chino received the Mayor’s Home Beautification Award for October 2019 from Mayor Eunice Ulloa at the Oct. 1 city council meeting. 

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The 13th annual Rolling for a Cure bunco game will be held Sunday, Oct. 20 at the Ontario Masonic Lodge, 1025 N. Vine St., Ontario.

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With little fanfare, the Chino Hills City Council on Tuesday, Oct. 8 denied a two-year extension of time for an 11-unit housing development proposed in Carbon Canyon. The developer, Everbright International, LLC, was not in attendance to protest the decision, so the project died.

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The skeleton in Sleepy Hollow dubbed “Hollow Man” waves to commuters on Carbon Canyon Road near Rosemary Lane, where the old mailboxes used to stand near the creek. It is Hollow Man’s second annual appearance, placed by a fun-loving resident who hopes Hollow Man's skull will not be decapitat…

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The California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) has required that the effects of chemicals of concern and depleted uranium at the former munitions plant at Aerojet in Chino Hills be included in a cancer risk calculation.

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Chino Police jailed a robbery suspect Sunday night accused of brandishing a revolver at two people. They are also looking for two teenage boys accused in a separate robbery two days earlier.

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Chino Valley Fire District board members will discuss in closed session Wednesday the details of a letter from the son of board member Winn Williams demanding the district “cease and desist” from practices he claims violate the Brown Act open meeting law.

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Public hearings on requests to develop a senior citizen apartment complex on Central Avenue, an indoor volleyball gym on El Prado Road, industrial buildings on Mayhew Avenue in the Preserve area, a convenience store/restaurant/car wash/gas station on the corner of Central Avenue and El Prado…

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Chino Hills Mayor Cynthia Moran will hold a fundraising reception for her 2020 election bid for Chino Hills City Council, 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10 at Los Serranos Country Club, 15656 Yorba Ave., Chino Hills.