A resident with long-time history in Carbon Canyon became the catalyst for a startling discovery that the water delivery map used by the City of Chino Hills for Sleepy Hollow contained bad information.
Armed Chino Police officers acted out a simulated hostage situation Wednesday morning at the former Hillview Acres Children’s Home at East End and Chino avenues in Chino, as part of a training exercise.
Chino Hills Police are warning residents not to reveal personal information over the phone after a resident recently received a call from someone claiming to be an IRS agent and threatening arrest if they didn’t immediately pay their unpaid taxes.
Southern California Edison (SCE) issued a news release Wednesday to warn customers of a telephone scam in which the caller demands immediate payment for non-existent, past-due electricity bills.
Chino Relay for Life and American Cancer Society (ACS) will not sell fireworks in Chino this year, the community services commission has decided.
Water rationing enforced by fines begins in Chino Hills now. The city council passed an urgency ordinance Tuesday that went into effect immediately.
As Chino Hills resident Dawn Dalling-
Chino Valley Fire District firefighter-paramedics Andrew Simpson and Justin Number won bronze medals at the California Fire EMS and Disaster (CFED) Conference and Expo competition May 18-21 in Indian Wells.
A jury trial is scheduled to begin Monday, June 8, for a 33-year-old former volunteer Chino Pop Warner cheerleading coach facing 16 felony charges of lewd conduct with several children.
Chino Hills police are asking for the public’s help in finding three people wanted for stealing packages from a home in the 5000 block of Cellini Drive.
Three people were arrested in Chino Hills after an alert citizen saw two men he didn’t recognize go into the back yard of a house in the 5600 block of Pine Avenue, according to Chino Hills Police Department.
More than 30 high school seniors in the Chino Valley school district have elected to join the military after graduation. On May 21, the school board recognized these young people for their service.
Ben Montgomery, who started his career with the City of Chino Hills as a neighborhood services manager in 2006 and worked his way up the ranks, has been promoted to deputy city manager.
For their work with English learners, an Ayala High senior and four staff members of Chino Valley school district were honored at the 28th annual Multilingual Recognition Dinner May 1 at Radisson Ontario Airport Hotel.
Hidden Trails Elementary fourth grader Noah Harris and Country Springs Elementary fifth grader Priyasha Panigrahi won the “Celebrate Success Through Art” drawing contest sponsored by the law firm of Fagen, Friedman & Fulfrost.
Amanda Viel of Chino Hills and Jerry Ortiz of Diamond Bar plan to marry July 24, 2015. A reception will follow at Padua Hills Theater in Claremont.
Ayala High School expects 662 seniors to graduate. The commencement ceremony is scheduled for 3 p.m., Wednesday, June 10, at Citizens Business Bank Arena, Ontario.
Twenty-five seniors from Ayala, Buena Vista, Chino, Chino Hills and Don Lugo high schools will receive $1,000 scholarships from the Chino Valley school district.
High ranking Chino Valley 2015 graduating seniors are preparing to bid farewell to high school and continue onward to higher education.
Residents who attend the opening of the Chino Hills State Park entrance road at 8 a.m. Monday, June 15, will get the first peek at the new road and facilities.
Under gray sky, members of the community gathered Monday to thank and honor those who died to defend America.
Priceless Pets’ Pittie Crew will hold its second annual Pack Walk from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 6.
Country Springs Elementary School raised more than $1,000 for its second through sixth grade autism program by selling puzzle pieces upon which students and staff members wrote their names.
Dwindling rebate funds for switching to low-water landscape were replenished Tuesday when Metropolitan Water District injected $350 million into its rebate program.
George and Patricia Ann Everman of Chino celebrated their 50th anniversary Friday at a local steakhouse with 50 family members and close friends. They plan a cruise to Hawaii.
Chino Hills High School junior Erin Carvalho was appointed by Mayor Cynthia Moran as student member of the parks and recreation commission for the 2015-16 school year, ending next April.
In the first week of May, a box was left in the lobby of the Chino Hills police station.
Chino Hills utility conservation coordinator Kelly Sandel will address the public works commission when it meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday in council chambers.
Two public hearings will take place when the Chino Hills planning commission meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday in council chambers.
Chino Hills residents continue to face traffic delays while Edison contractors trench across Pipeline Avenue and city contractors widen Peyton Drive.
The Chino Hills State of the City by Mayor Cynthia Moran will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 25 at the Community Center, 14250 Peyton Drive.
Chino Hills was number 32 in the 2015 list of the 50 safest cities in California released by SafeWise, a community-focused safety organization.
High school and college students who would like to serve on the Chino Hills Healthy Cities steering committee may apply for a position by 3:30 p.m. June 19.
Assemblywoman Ling-Ling Chang, who represents Chino Hills, announced her candidacy Friday for the 29th Senate District seat that Bob Huff is vacating.
Cattle Elementary staff will face sixth grade in a game at 9:15 a.m. Monday.
Good food and laughs were had all around at the 90th Pioneer Picnic last Sunday at Chino Community Building.
Chino grew fourth-fastest in 2014 among cities with population less than 300,000, according to data released this month by the state Department of Finance.
Food, dogs and swings were all that was needed to make a special morning for special people.
Exhibits from Chino’s founding through the late 1950s will be included when the Old Schoolhouse Museum opens, community services director Linda Reich told the city council at its May 14 meeting.
Diamond Bar city manager James DeStefano is disputing a claim that Tres Hermanos Ranch could yield up to 5,000 homes and 10 acres of commercial development in his city.
Five Chino Valley high school baseball and softball teams won their respective league championships during the 2015 season, and three others placed second or third to earn automatic berths in the playoffs, which begin next week.
When Jesse Ceniceros coached the Norwalk High School football team to a CIF-Southern Section title game, three semifinal games and two quarterfinal games in seven seasons, he did it with very little on-campus facilities.
Replacing 7,000 water meters and upgrading 5,000 others for $3.5 million will save the City of Chino $1.3 million over the life of the meters, estimated at 20 years, finance director Rob Burns told the Chino city council Tuesday.
Inland Empire Utility Agency (IEUA) is expected to approve three out of four increases to water and sewer rates when it meets at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the agency’s headquarters, 6075 Kimball Ave. in Chino.
Under the banner of “Healthy Cities—It’s a Lifestyle,” the revamped Healthy Cities Committee will introduce its programs to the community at the summer concerts in the park.
Champion Newspapers won a first place, second place and two Blue Ribbon finalist awards last Saturday at the California Newspapers Publishers Association (CNPA) annual Better Newspapers Contest awards in San Diego.
The bypass road on the southwest corner of Peyton Drive and Eucalyptus Avenue may be used Monday to Friday, May 22 while the Gas Company moves lines.