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Mary Perez, left, and Renee Bosveld celebrate their COVID vaccination at Oakmont of Chino Hills senior living on Peyton Drive Monday with a party in the “celebration room” during the observation period after the shot, complete with Corona beer, snacks, a pinata stick as décor, and a huge cor…

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The Chino Hills Community Foundation will donate $100,000 to replace 20-year-old playground equipment at Crossroads Park with a playground that allows children of all abilities and development stages to play side by side in the same park.

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An imaginary place contemplated during meditation is where Jeff and Rosemary Kilby of Chino Hills wanted to find themselves during a very tough year.

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A surge in pickleball activity since the pandemic hit and continued requests from residents have convinced the community services department to recommend the conversion of a tennis court at Vellano Park into pickleball courts.

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Physical education teacher Maureen Bromley with 29 years of teaching experience to draw from, is constantly looking for new ways to keep her students at Canyon Hills Junior High engaged in her classes during distance learning.   

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A suspect in a double fatal shooting last month at a Chino apartment complex was arrested Jan. 15, the Chino Police Department announced Tuesday.

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An 18-year-old Los Angeles man was arrested after a short foot pursuit, two teenagers were taken into custody and a woman remains at large after a residential burglary in southern Chino Wednesday afternoon.

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A 35-year-old woman was jailed Jan. 16 on suspicion of assaulting her 78-year-old grandmother and another family member who tried to help, according to the Chino Police Department.

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The Chino city council Tuesday approved using the majority of its recent allocation of $457,388 in CARES Act funds to provide rental assistance intended to prevent homelessness and evictions.   

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The Chino Hills BAPS Hindu Temple was illuminated in amber light for five minutes at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday with members joining a nationwide memorial tribute for those who lost their lives to COVID-19. 

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Chino Valley Chamber Member Clark Canedy, the president of Management Strategic Ideas for more than 25 years, was chosen to receive the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Chairman’s Award at the Annual Business Awards and Recognition Ceremony Wednesday morning. 

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The Chino Valley school district is seeking residents who live within district boundaries to apply for an at-large open position on the Measure G Citizens’ Oversight Committee beginning July 1 to complete the two-year term of Don Bridge who was elected to the school board. 

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A webinar will be held Thursday, Jan. 28 in recognition of Human Trafficking Prevention Month to raise awareness on the risks of youth exploitation and human trafficking. Hosting the webinar is the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department in collaboration with the Coalition Against Sexual …

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Chino Hills Councilman Ray Marquez has been named chairman of the Tres Hermanos Conservation Authority and City of Industry Councilwoman Cathy Marcucci was named vice chairwoman during Wednesday’s meeting. 

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San Bernardino County residents can attend a free document shredding event 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Jan. 30 at Montclair City Hall, 5111 Benito St., Montclair. Face coverings are required. 

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City of Chino will host a six-week Pee Wee soccer class for children ages 3 to 6, starting Saturday, Feb. 20 at Ayala Park in Chino. 

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Some higher-risk inmates and staff at the California Institution for Men and California Institution for Women in Chino are receiving COVID-19 vaccinations as part of the state’s Phase 1 federal guidelines, state officials announced. 

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James Hill assumed the duties of acting warden at the California Institution for Men in Chino on Jan. 4.

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When a resident put forth the question on social media: “which tree is the one on the City of Chino Hills logo,” several residents mentioned a particular oak on the top of a hill in the Oaks area above Valle Vista Drive.

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There hasn’t been a winner of the Chino Valley Fire District’s Fred L. Burns Community Service award since 2017, but this year two residents will take home the honor.

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The California Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected San Bernardino County’s lawsuit against Gov. Newsom’s stay-at-home order, the day after residents criticized the Chino Hills City Council’s decision to support the lawsuit with an “amicus letter of support.”

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County, state and federal offices will be closed Monday, Jan. 18 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. 

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Reconstruction of Riverside Drive takes place Wednesday afternoon at 10th Street as part of the City of Chino’s Capital Improvement Project from Central to Benson avenues. Work should be completed by Friday, Jan. 22.