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She goes to sleep with her ear to the phone and is known to bolt out of bed at all hours of the night to help somebody find their lost dog.

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Chino Hills Building Official Winston Ward has provided the Champion with a look at how residential and commercial construction activity has fared this year as 2021 comes to an end.

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The roar of engines on the 71 Freeway was loud and long enough to rouse Chino Hills residents from their sleep during a 10 to 15-minute time period last Saturday ending at 2:45 a.m. 

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The community is invited to a Christmas block party from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 7 at 6085 Joaquin St. in Chino, near Chino and Magnolia avenues to celebrate the memory of Laiken Kenwood who died from acute lymphocytic leukemia in 2008.

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In an effort to address an increase in code violations, the City of Chino will add four new positions to its code compliance division.

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The city offices of Chino and Chino Hills, San Bernardino County offices and county libraries will be closed today (Nov. 25) and Friday, Nov. 26 in observance of Thanksgiving.

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After reading the book Balloons Over Broadway about the originator of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade, the students in the fourth grade classrooms of Susie Hofmann and Michaela Estrada at Chaparral Elementary School in Chino Hills, designed and built their own balloon floats. They concluded t…

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Chino High School senior Mia Chavez, a University of Arizona-signee, became only the seventh Chino Valley-area cross country runner to capture a CIF-Southern Section individual  championship last Saturday, winning the Division 3 title at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut. 

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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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Nearly 450 families received food at the 12th annual Food for Life Ministry’s “Saturday-before-Thanksgiving” grocery distribution last Saturday at the Chino Adult School. “It was a joy to see so many families come out to receive food. We hope it makes for a great Thanksgiving,” said Food for…

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Residents in Chino Valley will see big changes in their trash routines when a state law goes into effect in January requiring food waste to be separated from garbage.

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It was a golden day for Steve Zalai, the man who stood alone in 2017 asking the City of Chino Hills for pickleball, but now surrounded by dozens of fellow enthusiasts on four new courts at Vellano Park in Chino Hills.

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The Main Street area of the Preserve is being proposed for a redesign to create a downtown-like atmosphere with bigger parks that will accommodate an art walk for farmer’s markets, street fairs, and community events.

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Food for Life Ministry will host its 12th annual Saturday-before-Thanksgiving turkey and grocery giveaway from 9 to 11 a.m. today (Nov. 20) at Chino Adult School, 12970 Third St., Chino. 

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Chino Valley Fire District firefighters battle a blaze at a home in the 12600 block of 10th Street in Chino last Saturday afternoon. One firefighter was taken to a hospital for a heat-related illness and was later discharged, fire officials said. No other injuries were reported. “The home su…

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The City of Chino is accepting applications from residents to fill three seats on the planning commission that will expire Jan. 1, 2022. The seats are occupied by Jody Moore, Kevin Cisneroz, and Robert Nastase.

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If you want to participate in the Kiwanis Club of Chino Hills boat parade, entries must be submitted by Wednesday, Nov. 24.

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Chino Hills Kiwanis Club treasurer Sheran Voigt said volunteers are greatly needed to help with the annual “Breakfast with Santa” that will take place from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 18 at the Chino Hills Community Center, 14250 Peyton Drive.

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The City of Chino Hills will hold its annual holiday home decorating contest where three winners will be chosen for their outdoor decorations. Entry deadline is Friday, Dec. 10. Forms are at the City Hall recreation office, 14000 City Center Drive, or by visiting chinohills.org/hol idayhomed…

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Chino Hills High quarterback Bobby Johnson tossed two touchdown passes, including the game winner with 19 seconds left in the fourth quarter to Jacob Espinosa, to lift the Huskies past Summit High, 15-8, in a CIF-Southern Section Division 5 second-round game. 

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Young Marine Corporal Audrina L. Aguilar, a member of the Chino Valley Young Marines and a freshman at La Sierra High School in Riverside, has been selected as the battalion’s Young Marine of the Year. 

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A worker with the California Conservation Corps (CCC) clears out the Carbon Canyon Creek after a 100-foot-tall eucalyptus tree fell in the area of the former Party House Liquor Store in Sleepy Hollow during a windstorm in fall 2020. West Coast Arborists cleared out most of the tree soon afte…

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The duplex bill is on its way to becoming an official chapter in the municipal code of the City of Chino Hills.

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Conversations between the Chino Valley Fire District chief and three-time censured board member Winn Williams will no longer have to be recorded with a witness present after the board voted 4-1 Wednesday to lift another condition from the censures imposed in 2019.

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Chino Hills Councilman Ray Marquez admonished his colleagues for voting to advance four trash firms to the final stage of the selection process when they were the most expensive of the seven proposals.

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Seeking to build trust with the community, Chino Police Chief Wes Simmons has created the “Chief’s Community Round Table.” The inaugural meeting was held Nov. 10 at the police department’s community room.

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Chino Hills Marine veteran Ed Denzin is excited about his new bathroom shower installed by Reborn Cabinets on Veterans Day in partnership with the “Baths for the Brave” program. While Mr. Denzin was kept away, workers installed the shower and escorted him for the “reveal” when the installati…

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The City of Chino was proclaimed as a Purple Heart City during the Nov. 2 city council meeting. Pictured from left to right are Don Avila (Commander of American Legion Post 299), Mayor Eunice Ulloa, Pete Garcia (Purple Heart Recipient), and Dennis Murillo (Commander of VFW Post 11546).