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On the 19th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, Chino Hills resident Ray Salvante honored victims and their family members by running up and down Peyton Drive, carrying the American flag.

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Chino Valley Fire District Chief Tim Shackelford expressed displeasure this week after California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 2147 on Sept. 11 to clear the criminal records of some state prisoners who work as firefighters to make it easier for them to get hired later as profession…

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Fewer than ten vehicles pulled into the parking lot at McCoy Equestrian Center in Chino Hills for a workshop on the Carbon Canyon Flood Control project on Wednesday.

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The first health and daycare center for elderly people and adults over 18 who are physically and mentally impaired was approved by the Chino Hills Planning Commission Tuesday.

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The Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce will sponsor three candidate forums in early October to give residents an opportunity to learn about those running for the Chino Hills City Council, the Chino City Council, and the Chino Valley Unified School District. 

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Responding to a decision earlier this month by the Monte Vista Water District to explore the possibility of providing sewer services in the unincorporated area of Chino, the Chino city council on Sept. 15 voted to ease restrictions on the city’s sewer connection policy. 

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A “No on Prop 16” car rally will take place 4 to 6 p.m. today (Sept. 19) at The Shoppes at Chino Hills held by the Los Angeles Chapter of Californians for Equal Rights (CFER) members.

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A Chino Valley Fire District firefighter sprays water on an industrial-sized mulcher after it caught fire early Tuesday at a mulching facility at 8100 Chino Corona Road in southern Chino. Fire crews were called at 4:57 a.m. and kept the fire from spreading to nearby mulch piles, fire officia…

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Cost to provide school resource officers on five high school campuses in the Chino Valley Unified School District were not reduced this year, even though campuses are currently closed to students because of COVID-19. 

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An 18-week online program intended to help gardening enthusiasts pass on knowledge to others will be offered 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday mornings Oct. 3, 2020 to March 6, 2021. 

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A Burger King fast-food restaurant is under construction at Crossroads Entertainment Center in Chino Hills at the corner of Chino Avenue and Crossroads Center. The City of Chino Hills issued permits last month for a new 4,050-square-foot commercial shell building, where Burger King will occu…

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Delays have slowed down the building of Goddard School approved by the Chino Hills Planning Commission almost three years ago but construction is again moving forward on the southwest corner of Pomona Rincon Road and Picasso Drive. A previously anticipated September completion date has been …

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Christ Lutheran Church in Chino will offer “lunch on the run” 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26 at the church parking lot, 5500 Francis Ave., for the homeless or anybody in need. The brown bag lunch will include a sandwich, chips, cookie, and bottled water.

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The San Bernardino Catholic Divorce Ministry Council is offering three divorce support groups for people to join by Zoom. 

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The City of Chino Hills’ mobile recreation program has launched a “Rec-to-Go” program where packages filled with art, STEM, and crafts projects for children ages 6 to 12 can be taken home to enjoy.

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The City of Chino Planning Commission will hold public hearings at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 21 in city council chambers, 13220 Central Ave., at the request of two landowners wishing to subdivide their properties.

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The Chino Community Services Commission at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 28  will consider and recommend to the city council a name for a new park to be built at the corner of Central Avenue and Phillips Boulevard. 

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Residents of Chino may dispose of bulky household items from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 26 at 13793 Redwood St., Chino. 

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The hot food vendors are back at the Chino Hills Farmers Market each Wednesday from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. at The Shoppes at Chino Hills at Grand Avenue and Boys Republic Drive.

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The Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce will sponsor three candidate forums in early October to give residents an opportunity to learn about those running for the Chino Hills City Council, the Chino City Council, and the Chino Valley Unified School District. 

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The City of Chino Hills has launched the “Get Back in the Habit” campaign to encourage residents to keep vehicles off the streets on street-sweeping days, after getting a break from tickets since March.

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The City of Chino Hills will replace an old and worn interpretive board that identifies tree species on the Madrugada Trail that runs along the hillside near Canyon Hills Junior High and Rolling Ridge Elementary School north of Grand Avenue. Maintenance and operations manager Sean O’Connor s…

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The City of Chino Hills is creating a video to recognize the service of local veterans that will be released on Veterans Day on social media, online, and on City TV 3/41. Residents are asked to submit photos of veterans until Friday, Oct. 2.

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A 42-year-old Pomona man was jailed Saturday morning on suspicion of possession of drug paraphernalia and an outstanding warrant after a ghost gun consisting of a new assault rifle upper and lower parts was found inside a backpack in Chino.

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The City of Chino recorded the highest temperature ever recorded in the Inland Empire west of the San Bernardino Mountains Sunday with a reading of 121 degrees, according to the National Weather Service in San Diego.

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Chino Hills Boy Scout Troop 220’s trailer was stolen from where it is stored at the Chino Airport on Sept. 4 and ditched in front of an elementary school in Perris with $3,000 worth of camping equipment taken.

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Retired police K-9 officer Dre, who spent seven years with the Chino Police Department before his retirement in 2016, died Sunday just weeks before his 13th birthday.

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To address the loss of about 50 percent of polling places due to the pandemic, the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters will keep polling places open for four days — Saturday, Oct. 31 through Tuesday, Nov. 3.

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Environmental activist Erin Brockovich wrote on her Facebook page last week: “Monte Vista Water District in San Bernardino County, California took a bold step... getting out ahead of a real environmental problem.”

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Three Tennessee men were arrested early Sunday morning several hours after three people were shot in Montclair, including a deceased victim who was dumped on a residential street in Chino, according to Montclair Police Department investigators.

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San Bernardino County District Attorney’s office launched the state’s first digital victim advocate program last month allowing victims of crimes to digital access to have their answers questions, provide support and follow up on individual cases.

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Dignitaries from the cities of Chino, Chino Hills, and the Omnitrans Board of Directors gathered for a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday at Chino Hills City Hall to celebrate the launch of OmniRide and unveil the new ADA accessible vehicle in the Chino Valley. Shown are (from left) Chino Hills…

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A “No on Prop 16” car rally will take place 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19 at The Shoppes at Chino Hills held by the Los Angeles Chapter of Californians for Equal Rights (CFER) members. The group has similar rallies scheduled across California, according to spokesman Tom Chao, a Chino Hills …

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The Inland Valley Humane Society will host its virtual Big Queen Bingo game at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25 where players can compete from their homes.