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Plans by the Chino Valley school district to build an administrative office at 13461 Ramona Ave. and a nearby warehouse were delayed by the Chino City Council on Tuesday because of concerns related to warehouse traffic.

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Chino resident Walt Pocock, a planning commissioner and president of the Kiwanis Club, has been appointed to fill the term of Mark Hargrove, who died March 28 creating a vacancy for the District 2 seat.

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Vendors selling T-shirts, flags, and apparel with political messages against President Biden, some containing expletives, have been the subject of controversy in Chino Hills over the past couple of weeks.

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State legislation that would regulate the use of automated license plate readers (ALPRs) has Chino officials concerned that the measure would hinder access to crime-fighting data for the Chino Police Department.

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A 130,149-square-foot self-storage facility is dwarfing the small retail center where Denny’s and Starbucks are located on Soquel Canyon Parkway and Fairfield Ranch Road.

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Chino Hills resident Brian Patamakanthin spotted a pair of quails in his backyard in the Gordon Ranch area and took several photos, including this one. He said it was the first time he had seen quail so close to his house. The California quail, also known as the valley quail, became the offi…

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Blood banking organizations nationwide are pleading with residents to donate blood to make up for the decrease in donations during the pandemic.

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Wickman Elementary students Emma Chang, Sharon Mei, Reyansh Lokapur, Tanishka Raju, Iris Teng and Jack Wong get creative with medals they earned at the Odyssey of the Mind creative problem-solving competition, held virtually this year because of the coronavirus. The team placed first in its …

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The Chino Hills City Council on Tuesday at 7 p.m. will consider extending City Manager Benjamin Montgomery’s agreement from March 31, 2022 to March 31, 2026 and increasing his annual salary of $234,291 (does not include benefits) to $241,428 effective April 1, 2021; $253,500 effective April …

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Chino residents Mike Campos and his daughter Jenna Campos, 10, work out with boxing bags during circuit training exercises Monday at the Chino Youth Boxing Club.  The gym, located at The Neighborhood Activity Center, 5201 D St., reopened April 26 after being closed for more than a year becau…

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Jose Gonzalez, a member of Iglesia La Luz Del Mundo (Light of the World Church) installs new lettering on the sign at 4286 Sierra Vista Drive in Los Serranos. The church, once an indigo blue color at Sierra Vista and Descanso Avenue, has been repainted a deep yellow by Mr. Gonzalez. 

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Children and their parents have been without a preschool since April 11 when a small fire damaged two classrooms at Christ Lutheran  Church Preschool on Francis Avenue in Chino. 

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This year’s Chino Corn Feed Car Show and Cruise in downtown Chino gave the 5,000 people in attendance a sense of normalcy after a year dealing with coronavirus pandemic restrictions limiting indoor and outdoor gatherings. 

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Captain John Walker of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department has been transferred from the Chino Hills Police Station to the West Valley Detention Center where he will serve as captain of 1,100 employees in a facility of more than 3,300 inmates.

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A $5 million “granular activated carbon” filtration system that will remove a chemical known as 1,2,3-TCP from water will be built on a strip of land on the Boys Republic property in Chino Hills, adjacent to the booster station on Eucalyptus Avenue, west of the old fire station at the 71 Freeway. 

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The watchful eyes of a crime analyst at the Chino Police Department’s Real Time Crime Center led to the arrests of three men—two from Chino and one from Corona— April 23 on suspicion of burglarizing a vehicle and crashing into an SUV in Pomona.

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Employees at four Chino Hills businesses were cited on suspicion of selling alcohol to minors during a Chino Hills Police Department and Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control decoy operation Friday, April 23.

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Greg Higgins was misidentified as chairman, instead of commissioner, of the Chino Hills Parks and Recreation Commission in the Saturday, April 24 Champion. 

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Chino Hills is blanketed with yellow mustard blooms, including the Coral Ridge Trail shown above that runs alongside Eucalyptus Avenue, west of Hope for the Hills Park. The scene in this photo is located across from Calle Barcelona. Although the blooms bring the joy of springtime to resident…

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Aria Rose Rymal, 4, goes “grocery shopping” Wednesday morning at the Chino Youth Museum, 13191 Sixth St. Aria, visiting from Henderson, Nevada with her great-grandmother Lea Hargis of Chino Hills, were the first patrons to arrive since the museum closed in March 2020 because of COVID-19. Hou…

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The large dog side of Vila Borba Dog Park at 17001 Amadora Drive, off Butterfield Ranch Road, east of Pine Avenue, will close for renovation of the grass beginning Monday, May 3 but large dogs will still be able to play.

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Wine served by volunteers and the “Wake up Maggie” Rod Stewart Tribute Band featuring Angelo Marrero will be the highlights of the first “Wags and Wine” fundraising event to take place at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 15 on the lawn at McCoy Equestrian Center, 14280 Peyton Drive in Chino Hills.

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The Chino and Chino Hills branch libraries invite children of all ages to travel to a digital Star Wars event that includes crafts and storytime with special guests beginning Monday, May 3 and ending Saturday, May 8.

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Southern California Edison crews are at work in the wee hours of the morning on April 23 upgrading the electric grid on Pipeline Avenue between Cheyenne Court and Schaefer Avenue. From a distance, the crane buckets, when parallel to each other, resembled a robotic spacecraft landing in Chino…

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The National Day of Prayer will be celebrated by various churches at noon Thursday, May 6 on the lawn of Chino City Hall, 13220 Central Ave.

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The San Bernardino Diocese Catholic Divorce Ministry and Journey of Hope Ministry will offer a “Mass of Hope” for those who are divorced or separated at 7 p.m. Monday, May 3 at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church, 14085 Peyton Drive in Chino Hills.

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The Chino Planning Commission Monday narrowly approved a Chino Valley school district proposal for a 59,798-square-foot administration building at 13461 Ramona Ave., and a 325,000-square-foot warehouse on 14 acres on Yorba Avenue, between Schaefer and Chino avenues.

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Sumptuous Thai cuisine, cultural performances and chanting monks made for a festive New Year celebration Sunday afternoon at the Chino Hills Buddhist Temple on Chino Hills Parkway and Carbon Canyon Road.

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A new style of Omnitrans bus service that has been in Chino Hills for six months but not attracting a lot of ridership will undergo a reduced rate of $2 per trip for students to get to and from school.

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After a long COVID pause, the City of Chino Hills is getting back in the saddle to conduct a neighbor-to-neighbor outreach campaign to build up McCoy Equestrian Center on Peyton Drive to its full potential.

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A woman suspected of selling canopies online from a self-storage unit in Montclair was arrested April 12 by Chino Hills Police after a dozen easy-up canopies were stolen a day earlier at Sorara Outdoor Living in Chino Hills.