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After a few years of searching and negotiating, the City of Chino Hills will purchase less than half an acre of land on Boys Republic property to build a $5 million filtration system to remove a chemical known as 1,2,3-TCP.

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A Chino company is recalling 96,810 pounds of beef tallow products that had been imported from the People’s Republic of China because it had not been inspected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).

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Six organizations that exist to help others received $62,535 in federal funding allocated to the City of Chino Hills through Community Development Block Grant funding.

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Chino Hills resident and photographer Brad Missakian noticed a big difference in the Chino Hills State Park between April 2019 and February 2021 after the Blue Ridge Fire burned the park in October 2020. Mr. Missakian said he took the photos in the same location at the Telegraph Canyon Road …

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“Silver” the church cat is practically camouflaged in a tree at Christ Lutheran Church in Chino where she has resided for at least eight years. Church president Linnea Pierson is her main caretaker. Silver wanders into church services occasionally and naps on a chair during meetings. Her bed…

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Students have a month to create posters for the 20th annual City of Chino Hills water conservation design-a-sign contest where the theme is “Every Drop Counts.”

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The 12th annual Julie Gobin Memorial “Hit the Greens for Scholarships” golf tournament will tee off at 8 a.m. Monday, March 22 at the Western Hills Golf and Country Club, 1800 Carbon Canyon Road, Chino Hills.

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Low-income water customers in Chino Hills may apply for a $10 discount on their water bill by applying online at chinohills.org/LIRA or by picking up an application at the water counter on the second floor of city hall, 14000 City Center Drive.

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The Chino Hills Community Park’s deteriorating parking lot will get a complete makeover while activities and programs are at a lull during the pandemic. Work could begin in May or June if all goes as planned. The city council approved a budget amendment for the estimated $100,000 project Tue…

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Michael’s Deluxe Barbershop at 11732 Central Ave. in Chino will celebrate its one-year anniversary from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, March 7 with a community gathering of activities and fun.

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Modifications to the Kimball Business Park at the northwest corner of Kimball and Hellman avenues will be discussed by the Chino Planning Commission at 7 p.m. Monday, March 1 in council chambers, 13220 Central Ave.

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Positive news about coronavirus cases declining in the county is cause for celebration in the Chino Valley school district where students, teachers and parents may be finally able to count the days until some schools reopen.   

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Many residents in Chino, Chino Hills and parts of Orange County woke up to a heavy smell of smoke Thursday morning after winds fueled a mulch fire in South Ontario, about one-fourth mile east of the Chino city border, at a greenwaste plant near the intersection of Chino and Euclid avenues. 

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When the annual Salute to Public Safety luncheon was cancelled in March at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the honorees from the Chino and Chino Hills police departments and the Chino Valley Fire District could not receive their awards as top employees in 2019.

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The City of Chino Hills Community Services Department will host another round of “virtual bingo” at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24 for ages 50+ and at 6 p.m. the same day for ages 18 and older.

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Authorities with the New Mexico State Police believe inclement winter weather played a role in a semi-truck rollover crash early Sunday morning on the 10 Freeway, killing a 36-year-old Chino Hills man and injuring the 40-year-old driver from Chino Hills.

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Police in Chino jailed a 48-year-old man on suspicion of resisting arrest and spitting at officers Sunday afternoon in the 5200 block of Francis Avenue.

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Six non-profit groups will come before the Chino Hills City Council during Tuesday’s Zoom meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 23 seeking community development block grant funds (CDBG).

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The City of Chino’s annual financial report for 2019-20 shows a decrease of $1.3 million in General Funds and year-end reserves of $60 million. 

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Pastor Roy Robbins administers ashes on Ash Wednesday to a driver named “Johnny” in front of Christ Lutheran Church, 5500 Francis Ave. in Chino. The pastor distributed 47 ashes between 4 and 5:30 p.m. Feb. 17. The pastor has been doing drive-by ashes for the past three years.

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Chino police officers thanked the staff at Chino Valley Medical Center on Feb. 4 for their work during the coronavirus pandemic, providing meals and bringing Susie, the department’s therapy dog. “We are so grateful for the lifesaving work the Chino Valley Medical Center is doing for our comm…

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High school seniors living in the Monte Vista Water District area of Chino can submit applications and essays for the 2021 Bruce J. Lance Jr. Water Scholarship. Deadline is Friday, March 5.

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The Chino Hills Active Adults will host a free coffee and donut drive-through for residents 50 and older at 8:30 a.m. Friday, Feb. 26 at the Chino Hills Community Center parking lot, near the military monument at the northwest corner, 14250 Peyton Drive.

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Caring for the Hills volunteer Alexandra Gonzalez celebrates the Feb. 12 birthday of the late Judy Rogers with a “birthday cake” that she made from flowers along with a memorial outside the Rogers’ home. Volunteers help Ned Rogers carry on the tradition of his late wife’s mission to take car…

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The City of Chino Hills and Republic Services have scheduled a mulch giveaway for Chino Hills residents at 7:30 a.m. Saturday, April 3 at The Shoppes at Chino Hills overflow parking lot on Shoppes Drive near Boys Republic Drive.

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Now that two years have passed since the City of Chino Hills installed automated license plate readers at 12 locations, it was time to hear an update from the Chino Hills Police Department on how they are working out.