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It was a festive and joyous Sunday for parishioners of St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church in Chino when a new Lady of Fatima shrine was blessed by Bishop Alberto Rojas on Oct. 17. 

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Parents and students opposing California’s soon-to-be state mandate requiring students to have the COVID-19 vaccine to attend in-person classes rallied Monday morning in front of Chino Valley Unified school district headquarters in Chino as part of a planned statewide walkout.

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Whether a potential new city flag design would still contain the original logo was the subject of debate prior to the Chino Hills City Council voting unanimously to authorize a flag contest during the Oct. 12 meeting.

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The City of Chino Hills is turning 30 years old on Dec. 1, 2021. To commemorate the milestone, the city has created a booth where special giveaways for residents will include commemorative pins, playing cards, lens cloths, and mini notebooks. Shown at the Sept. 25 Business Expo at The Shoppe…

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A 62-unit apartment building for ages 55 and older proposed as an expansion of the existing Hillsborough Village senior development at 11918 Central Ave., north of Philadelphia Street, has received a three-year extension from the Chino City Council.

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Staff members from Chino Hills, Diamond Bar, and the City of Industry have submitted sample logos to represent the Tres Hermanos Conservation Authority that will be presented to the Authority on Monday, Oct. 25 at the 6 p.m. meeting.

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The volunteer-sponsored Chino Valley Released Time Christian Education program will begin its 24th year at the school district’s elementary schools. 

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The Chino Valley is abundant with autumn, harvest, and Halloween haunts. Here are some decorated houses, autumn events, and harvest gatherings.

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Expired or unwanted medications can be turned in 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 23 at the Chino Hills Police Department during the 21st Nationwide Prescription Drug Take Back Day. 

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The Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) will conduct a community meeeting on Zoom at 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28 to discuss the cleanup of Aerojet Ordnance Co. 

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Father Restituto Galang (in green vestments) is installed as the new pastor for St. Margaret Mary Church on Oct. 17, shown with Bishop Rojas.

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This year’s Reindeer Romp 5K run-walk will have two options for participants—taking part in the live event, or virtually. Signups for the 10th annual race, scheduled for 8 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 4 at Ayala Park in Chino, are being accepted at runsignup.com and search for Chino Valley YMCA Reind…

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Immediate family members and friends of Isaiah Hernandez, an inmate who died while in the custody of the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, held a protest in front of the jail’s public lobby Wednesday afternoon. 

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Chino Hills residents who would like to create the design for a new city flag have until Wednesday, Nov. 10 to submit their entries. 

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The Chino Valley is vibrant with autumn, harvest, and Halloween haunts. Here are some of the must-see decorated houses, along with church activities and Halloween community gatherings.

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Munitions and chemicals of concern from the former Aerojet Ordnance Co. in Chino Hills will be investigated and remediated on approximately 20 acres of the 800-acre site located at the end of Woodview Road, south of Peyton Drive, adjacent to the Vellano Country Club development.

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Chino Hills police jailed a 41-year-old Chino man Oct. 7 on suspicion of torture, kidnapping, false imprisonment and assault with great bodily injury after a woman reported two days earlier she was held against her will and tortured for several days.

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Chino Hills resident David Kramer (left) named the Champion’s Outstanding Citizen for 2021, holds a glass of Johnnie Walker Black Label Blended Scotch Whisky in tribute to his late father and tennis legend Jack Kramer. The Outstanding Citizen Award was presented to Mr. Kramer by Chino Valley…

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Expired or unwanted medications can be turned in 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 23 at the Chino Hills Police Department during the 21st Nationwide Prescription Drug Take Back Day. 

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Eastbound and westbound lanes of the 60 Freeway will close periodically weeknights through Friday, Oct. 29 as part of the ongoing Three Bridges Project to replace the Pipeline, Monte Vista and Benson avenues bridges above the freeway.

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The City of Chino will create an assistant city engineer position and an associate engineer position to keep up with the significant growth underway in The Preserve in south Chino and to deal with turnover in the engineering department.

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Recreational and parks proposals that have been on hold for various reasons, including the pandemic, will be addressed at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 20 by the Chino Hills Parks and Recreation Commission in council chambers, 14000 City Center Drive.

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The California Institution for Women (CIW) citizens’ advisory committee will meet at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19 at Chaffey College in Chino, 5897 College Park Ave. The meeting will be held in conference room 160. Officials from CIW will provide updates on the prison. This will be the first i…

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A small group of 10 Chino Valley Rotarians hosted Chino Valley’s first Lobsterfest Sept. 19 at the Chino Fairgrounds with more than 600 guests and raised nearly $15,000, which will be given to local non-profit groups in Chino and Chino Hills. 

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The Chino and Ontario high school girls’ tennis teams unite Tuesday to raise money in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, wearing pink T-shirts for their Mt. Baldy League match at the Chino High tennis courts. Funds raised were given to Corona-based organization Crystal Roses, which has …

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All 250 Chino Hills Girls Softball players, including Madelynn Bernal, received pink headbands to support Breast Cancer Awareness month to raise awareness for one of the most common cancers for women. Madelynn, whose nickname is “Maddog,” plays for the league’s 10u Fighting Irish team and sh…

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Superior Court Judge Donald R. Alvarez has ruled that Measure K, approved by county voters in November 2020 with a 2-1 margin, was a violation of the 1st and 14th amendments of the U.S. Constitution. 

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“A citizen is a person who possesses the virtues of ruling and being ruled. He is able to act morally in morally demanding situations.”

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The City of Chino has reached a settlement agreement with HRB Properties and the Richland Real Estate Fund  in the amount of $1.8 million for 2.5 acres of road dedication and 5 acres of easements to widen the south side of Pine Avenue.

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The late September completion date for the pickleball court conversion project at Vellano Park was delayed after the posts originally identified to support the nets were found to be incompatible with the existing concrete surface.

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Fire board members will discuss transitioning from an at-large election to “vote by district” elections during its 6 p.m. meeting Wednesday, Oct. 13 at administration headquarters, 14011 City Center Drive, Chino Hills. 

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A 13-year-old student at Cal Aero Preserve Academy was arrested Sept. 30 on suspicion of sexually assaulting two female classmates at the Chino school and two girls at nearby apartment complexes, the Chino Police Department announced last Saturday.  The boy was not identified because of his …

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A 53-year-old Chino woman was arrested twice in less than 36 hours by Chino police officers on suspicion of ransacking the trunk of a parked car and later on suspicion of taking a woman’s purse and fighting with the victim.

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Forty-three grams of methamphetamine, 3,500 pills and other drug paraphernalia were found inside a reported stolen car Sept. 24 in Chino Hills, the Chino Hills Police Department reported Monday.