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Fire Chief Tim Shackelford said residents standing in the brush taking pictures and people driving up and down the streets to watch the Star Fire in Chino Hills slowed down fire units and created potential safety hazards when the blaze was at its height on July 28.

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An emotionally charged Chino Valley school board meeting on Thursday ended with the majority voting to approve new sexual education curriculum materials for grades 7 through 12.  

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Residents living under or near the Ontario International Airport flight pattern plan to meet 2 p.m. Sunday at an Ontario restaurant to discuss their concerns about noise from the airport’s aircraft.

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The local Portuguese community will celebrate the efforts of a Portuguese queen to help her hungry people at the Chino Valley D.E.S. Club’s Festa Do Divino Espirito Santo (Feast of the Holy Spirit), Aug. 20 to 26 in Chino.

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The Chino Valley fire board on Wednesday did not support a request by board president John DeMonaco to censure fire board member Winn Williams for a third time because he reportedly touched Mr. DeMonaco’s back and neck at the conclusion of a heated meeting last month.

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The City of Chino Hills introduced two new employees to the community during Tuesday’s city council meeting — assistant city manager Rod Hill and public works director/city engineer Daniel Bobadilla.

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Robert Gavela, a resident of Chino Hills for 26 years, has been appointed to the city’s Parks and Recreation Commission.

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A 15-year-old boy suffered major injuries this afternoon after he was struck by a car while riding his bicycle at Chino Hills High School, according to the Chino Valley Fire District.

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Former Champion Newspapers owner Allen McCombs (seated) visits with some of the early guests to his 90th birthday party held Aug. 3 at the Chino Senior Center. More than 150 people, including local dignitaries, attended the celebration. Mr. McCombs, who has served on several organizations in…

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Residents are invited to provide input related to housing in Chino Hills by completing an online survey at chinohills.org/CDBG by Friday, Aug. 30.

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Vintage cars, many shined to a sparkling gleam, filled the Chino Town Square shopping center on Philadelphia Street Friday, July 12 during a monthly Cruise Night organized by the Carruchas Car Club.

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A public hearing on a request by Trumark Homes to subdivide approximately 273 acres in the Preserve area of south Chino for future development of a master-planned community will be held at the next Chino Planning Commission meeting.

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The grand opening of State Senator Connie Leyva’s (20th District) new Pomona district office will be 4 to 6:30 p.m. today (Aug. 17) at 101 W. Mission Blvd., suite 111. The event is open to the public.

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Four Chino Valley Fire District employees received awards Wednesday night for their years of service to the district. 

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Owen Srun of Boy Scout Troop 205 Chino/Chino Hills has earned Scouting’s highest rank, Eagle Scout. He is a junior at Ayala High in Chino Hills where he is an honors student and soccer player. He is also an active member of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in Chino Hills. For his Eagle p…

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Winners of the 2019 Chino Valley Business Awards given to businesses and non-profit organizations by the Chamber of Commerce July 25 at Los Serranos Country Club are from left, Mario Gomez; Jim Gallagher; Artemio Tovar, a Waste Management driver who celebrated his 40th anniversary with the c…

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This year’s annual Chino Valley Fire District and Chino Valley Fire Foundation Open House will feature the return of the popular chili cook-off.

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Chino Hills resident Dolores Valencia won the overall women’s title at the 2019 Camarillo Marathon Sunday with a time of 3:21.18, averaging 7:40 a mile on the 26.2-mile course. Valencia, 55, finished nearly six minutes ahead of second-place runner Brianna Kauk, 30, of Kingsburg. 

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Sycamore Academy of Culture Arts and Sciences charter school is located at 15650 Pipeline Ave., Chino. It was listed incorrectly in the Week Ahead listing of events that appeared in the Aug. 10 edition.

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After weighing community concerns and compliance with 2016 state mandates regarding sex education instruction, the Chino Valley school board is expected to vote Thursday on new curriculum to be used in junior high schools and high schools this school year.  

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Southern California Gas Co. will ask Chino Hills and Chino to join 70 cities that have adopted resolutions in support of “balanced energy solutions,” of which 20 are Inland cities.

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A Pasadena developer pointed a finger at what he said was a deceitful engineer and an inexperienced project manager in his firm for the inability to build 11 houses in Carbon Canyon on the north side of Pinnacle Road next to the Carriage Hills development.

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Chino city councilman Marc Lucio and Paul Rodriguez will be available to speak with Chino residents at the Chino City Hall on the Move, 9 a.m. to noon today (Aug. 10) at the Country Fair Shopping Center (Albertsons), 12013 Central Ave.

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Three recycling redemption centers in the Chino Valley were among 284 closed Monday by RePlanet, California’s largest operator of the centers.

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Braving temperatures nearing 100 degrees, Chino Relay for Life team members, family and friends raised more than $145,000 for the American Cancer Society at the Relay’s 24-hour fundraiser at Ayala Park in Chino last weekend. 

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Due to construction at the back of Ayala High in Chino Hills, students will be dropped-off and picked-up only in front of the tennis court area at the front of the school, according to the district website, chino.k12.ca.us. 

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Applications are being accepted through Monday, Aug. 19 for the next installation of military banners to be hung on light poles at various locations throughout Chino.

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Multiple vehicles parked behind a commercial building near  El Prado Road and Central Avenue were damaged after they caught fire last Saturday afternoon. A loading  dock  and part of the building was also damaged. The cause of the fire remains under investigation by the Chino Valley Fire Dis…

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Chino Hills Police will host an active shooter workshop for Chino Hills business owners only, 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 15 at McCoy Equestrian Center, 14280 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills.