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Two aspects of the lawsuit filed by the City of Chino and other agencies against the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) over a 50-bed mental health crisis facility proposed at the men’s prison have received a favorable reaction by a judge, with the remaining cause…

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A juvenile Cooper’s Hawk, identified by Rod Higbie of the Pomona Valley Audubon Society, was spotted July 23 at English Springs Park in Chino Hills, a species found on the North American continent from south Canada to Mexico. Cooper’s Hawks can range from 14 to 21 inches tall with a wingspan…

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Faithful volunteers for Christ Lutheran Church Preschool transformed their aging playground into a bright, happy place for children just a few months after a fire damaged two classrooms that closed the school in April.

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The City of Chino will host an adult horseshoes league from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturdays, Aug. 7 through Sept. 11 at Villa Park, 13515 Third St., Chino. 

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Don Lugo High will host a reunion event for the school’s “First Four” graduating classes of 1980, 1981, 1982 and 1983 from 6 to 11 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16 at Centro Basco, 13432 Central Ave., Chino.

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To assess the impact of COVID-19 on businesses in Chino Hills, city staff reviewed commercial center permit data, conducted a visual survey of vacant businesses, spoke to shopping center management, and consulted with the city’s economic development team.

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The City of Chino Hills will launch a new bill pay system Monday, Aug. 2 that will allow payments to be made on a 24-hour basis online, by phone or pay-by-text, as well as credit, debit, ACH/eCheck, Venmo and Paypal.

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Ayala High School’s Ed Acts Global program teamed up with the City of Chino Hills, the Boy Scouts and the Ayala High football team to assist at a community member’s front lawn July 19. The group improved the landscape of the lawn with several tasks, including pulling weeds. Volunteers are Ed…

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The City of Chino Hills is offering more appointments for passport services, doubling the current capacity. 

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Personal safety and awareness workshops for women will take place from 9 to 11 a.m. today (July 31) and Saturdays, Aug. 28, Sept. 25, and Oct. 30 at the Chino Hills Police Department community room, 14077 Peyton Drive.

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American Red Cross will host two blood drives in Chino during the month of August. Appointments are available on the American Red Cross app or redcross blood.org.

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The City of Chino will host an overnight family campout from 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 14 through 11 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 15 at Ayala Park, 14225 Central Ave., Chino. 

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The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department annual PRCA Sheriff’s Rodeo will be held Friday, Sept. 24 through Sunday, Sept. 26 at Glen Helen Regional Park, 11755 Glen Helen Parkway in San Bernardino. Information: sheriffsrodeo.com. 

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Students in kindergarten through 12th grade and all adults on Chino Valley Unified School District campuses will be required to wear a mask indoors but can remove it while outside when 2021-22 school year begins early next month, the school district announced Tuesday.

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Pickleball enthusiasts are off the sidelines and into the limelight after almost four years of urging the City of Chino Hills to pay attention to the growing popularity of the game and build permanent courts.

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Chino City Attorney Fred Galante said during Tuesday’s council meeting that cities adversely affected by    the state’s housing mandates may join the lawsuit his firm has filed against the state on behalf of the Orange County Council of Governments.

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Horses trotting in the arenas underneath the warm sun in a clear sky evoked the Chino Hills of yesterday when horses were more common than houses, during last Friday’s celebration at McCoy Equestrian Center on Peyton Drive.

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A 44-year-old Chino man suspected of shooting his older disabled brother on July 9 is facing multiple charges, including assault with a firearm and illegally possessing assault weapons, and is being held on $185,000 bail in a San Bernardino County jail facility.

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Five 2020 and 2021 college students or graduates from the Chino Valley were honored June 26 by the Chino Valley Medical Center Auxiliary for completing their degrees in the medical field.

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Calvary Chapel Chino Valley will commemorate its 40th anniversary during a celebration service at 5 p.m. Sunday, July 25, followed by a cake reception.

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Family members of Chino American Little League co-founder Amado “Mayo” Briones gather near the new plaque that was installed last Saturday morning at the Chino American fields at Ayala Park. Pictured are, from left, Chico Briones, Vera Briones, Angie Cameron, Estella Briones and Chuck Brione…

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A $1,848,455 construction contract has been awarded to C.P. Construction Co., Inc., in Santa Fe Springs for the Benson Avenue storm drain project from Philadelphia Street to Francis Avenue.

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Residents have until Sunday, Aug. 15 to purchase veteran tribute bricks for placement at the base of the military monument in time for the Veterans Day ceremony.

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The death rate from COVID-19 in the United States is rising steadily in what is being called “the pandemic of the unvaccinated” by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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Pastor Paul Cho of Chino Valley Chinese Church said he is grateful that the word got out about the meal bags his parishioners are giving away every Tuesday.

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There was no holding back Tuesday when the Chino Hills City Council told the top dogs at the Inland Valley Humane Society (IVHS) that their agency was a monopoly forcing the city to accept a contract that ballooned to $680,000 per fiscal year for two years.

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Chino Valley Fire District board of directors selected Deputy Chief Dave Williams as the district’s new fire chief Wednesday night, effective when current fire chief Tim Shackelford retires Dec. 31.

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The City of Chino Hills will spend $27,100 for another truck restriction study for Carbon Canyon Road in the hopes that Caltrans will finally ban big rigs on the state highway.

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Kimball Avenue between Rincon Meadows and Euclid Avenue in The Preserve in Chino closed Wednesday, July 14 and will remain closed through December for major road and storm drain improvements.

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Approximately 130 acres of low rolling canyons, ridges, and a large hillside will be developed into a 159 single-family home housing project by Trumark Homes at the southern edge of Chino Hills to be called “Shady View.”