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School board members will vote Thursday, July 16 on a recommendation from Supt. Norm Enfield to start the 2020-21 school year on a blended learning instruction model that involves both in-class and online learning.

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Chino city council awarded a near $3 million settlement Tuesday to the family of a 49-year-old Fontana man shot and killed last year by a Chino police officer during the serving of a search warrant at a suspected illegal marijuana grow house in Chino.

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The family of an 82nd Airborne Division paratrooper from Chino is seeking answers after partial remains of the 21-year-old were found May 29 near Cape Lookout National Seashore in Harkers Island, North Carolina, near where he was stationed in the U.S. Army at Fort Bragg.

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A spike in the vole population in Chino Hills and the region has prompted numerous calls to the city and the West Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District.

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A garden planted more than two years ago by the Chino Hills Public Works Department has turned into a peaceful place where neighbors plant and harvest vegetables like cabbage, basil and cauliflower.

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Candidate filing for local races in the Nov. 3 presidential general election will open Monday, July 13 and continue through 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7. 

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Customers were frustrated to find that two Bank of America branches shut down last weekend: one in Chino Hills and one in Chino.

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An Ontario city councilman is asking Chino Valley Fire District board member Winn Williams to resign, stating he was troubled by the board member’s June 10 anti-semitic remark at a public meeting when talking about a fire district attorney’s last name.

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The Chino City Council on Tuesday adopted a three-year rate increase on trash, recycling and sewer services but postponed the proposed July 8 start date, pending a study of the economic impacts of the increase.   

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Chino Hills resident Brian Patamakanthin photographed a red-tailed hawk July 1 at Sunset Park in Chino Hills. Mr. Patamakanthin, a professional photographer, took several pictures of the hawk using a 70-200mm lens on his Canon camera and posted them on his personal Facebook page. The bird is…

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In response to requests from residents and because of national unrest over police practices with the black community, the Chino Hills Police Department will host a town hall meeting 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 21 at the Community Center, 14250 Peyton Drive.

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The Hurd Family of Chino Hills is growing water bottles, toilet paper, and paper towels in their new garden. The sign states “America’s New Victory Garden, Dig on for Victory,” a play on the victory garden campaigns during World War I and World War II to deal with food shortages and rationin…

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Boys Republic has announced that it is cancelling its 2020 Friends of Steve McQueen Car and Motorcycle Show which had been rescheduled for Labor Day weekend.  

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CrossPoint Church in Chino is opening its craft day free to all children in the community 10 to 11:30 a.m. Monday, July 13 on the lawn north of the preschool building. Marshmallow sculptures and foam visors will be made while social distancing. Children entering third grade may stay without …

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Youth beginning and intermediate ballet classes at Chino Valley YMCA, 5665 Edison Ave., at Ayala Park in Chino, have been cancelled. The class were scheduled to begin today (July 11).

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Chino Valley Unified School District’s Health Center will conduct a drive-up vaccine clinic for students from 8 a.m. to noon Thursday, July 16 at 12970 Third St., Chino. Appointments are required. 

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The Chino Hills City Council is expected to approve a $160,000 contract with HF&H Consultants during the 7 p.m. meeting on Tuesday, July 14, for solid waste consultant services.

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The City of Chino Hills has extended the closures of recreation facilities from July 5 to July 31, including the Chino Hills Community Center and McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center.

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Bertha Preciado and her husband Jorge Preciado are original owners of their home located at 6563 Elm Street in the Chino Preserve area which won the Chino Mayor’s Home Beautification Award for the month of July.

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Katie White, 5, and her sister Kinsley White, 1, are dressed up in matching handmade dresses for Independence Day. Their parents are Randy and Beth White of Chino Hills. The Whites entered the City of Chino Hills Independence Day photo contest where the deadline to enter is today (July 4). S…

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The Fourth of July weekend got taken down a notch when Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Wednesday the immediate shutdown of bars, indoor operations in restaurants, movie theaters, family entertainment centers, breweries, wineries, zoos and museums.

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After an outbreak among inmates testing positive for COVID-19 in mid-May, the California Institution for Women in Chino has only one positive case in the past two weeks, according to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation statistics as of Friday morning. 

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The coronavirus pandemic has left seniors in residential facilities with no hope of personal contact with their family members and loved ones.

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Four Girl Scouts from troops in Chino and Chino Hills used their leadership skills to make positive changes in their local communities, and even as far as Mexico.

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The Chino Branch Library at 13180 Central Ave. re-opened Tuesday one week after the Chino Hills Branch Library and six others reopened June 23 with modified hours.

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The Chino Valley school board last month adopted the district’s 2020-21 budget for its new fiscal year that began July 1. 

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Chino Valley Unified parents and guardians using the online Aeries Student Information website are being asked to change their passwords after an incident involving an unauthorized person attempting to exploit a vulnerability in the software the school district uses to store information.

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Amid uncertainty about financial losses from COVID-19 shutdowns, the City of Chino has taken a conservative approach to its 2020-21 fiscal year budget adopted June 16 by the city council.

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A 62-year-old man was arrested Sunday morning on suspicion of burglarizing a home in the unincorporated area of Chino, according to the Chino Hills Police Department.

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California Public Utilities Commission will begin educating businesses and residents later this month on the new “840” area code that will be added to the geographic region served by the 909 area code.

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Homeowners in the Vellano Country Club development at the end of Woodview Road, west of Peyton Drive in Chino Hills will see a 5 percent increase, or $54.24 per year, in their lighting and landscape fees.

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Environmental documents containing more than 600 pages are available for review on the proposed “Reserve at Chino Hills” apartment complex by visiting Chino Hills City Hall, 14000 City Center Drive or online at chinohills.org/1633/The-Reserve-at-Chino Hills.

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Chino Hills residents will face fines of $108 if they park along a red curb, in a fire lane or fire access road, or within 15 feet of a fire hydrant.

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Chino Hills police jailed a 55-year-old man Wednesday night on suspicion of trying to steal bottles of alcohol from the Costco store at 13111 Peyton Drive in Chino Hills.

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The California Transportation Commission approved more than $1.8 billion on June 24 to repair highways and bridges and improve the state’s growing network of pedestrian, bicycle and mass transit routes, including a 71 Freeway project in the Chino Valley. 

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Sales of legal fireworks in Chino will cease at 9 tonight (July 4) as law enforcement officials in Chino and Chino Hills will issue citations for violators caught breaking the law.

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Tests and testing sites for COVID-19 are limited and predators are using the limited availability to set up fake testing sites and invitations to scam residents, according to San Bernardino County officials.