More than 200 people gathered at Lovers Point Park in Pacific Grove Sept. 17 for a memorial service honoring the lives and sacrifice of the 13 service members killed in action at the Kabul Airport on Aug.
Mourners paused on the shoulder of a freeway in Rancho Cucamonga, California, on September 21, as a procession passed carrying the body of 20-year-old Marine Lance Corporal Dylan Merola, who was killed in Afghanistan in a suicide bombing August 26.
Residents lined the streets of Rancho Cucamonga, California, on Tuesday, September 21, as a procession passed carrying the body of 20-year-old Marine Lance Corporal Dylan Merola, who was killed in Afghanistan in a suicide bombing on August 26.
When he was a student at Los Osos High School, Dylan Merola wore black and red during school theater productions. On Tuesday evening, Sept. 21, Merola’s casket passed by his Rancho Cucamonga alma mater,
Pinch-hitter Albert Pujols drove in the go-ahead run with a single up the middle in the 10th inning and the Los Angeles Dodgers overcame a rare off night by major league wins leader Julio Urías to beat the Colorado Rockies 5-4 Tuesday.
Nicole Comstock reports from Covina where the remains of Dylan Merola, 20, of Rancho Cucamonga, who was among the dozens killed in an Aug. 26 bombing at an airport in Kabul in Afghanistan, were carried in a procession from the Ontario Airport to a funeral home in Covina.
The body of Marine Lance Cpl. Dylan R. Merola, who was among 13 service members killed in a suicide bombing in Afghanistan, was returned to the Southland Tuesday and carried in a procession to Forest Lawn Covina Hills.
Merola, 20, of Rancho Cucamonga, was among the dozens killed in an Aug. 26 bombing at an airport in Kabul in Afghanistan. Two other Marines from Southern California – Lance Cpl. Kareem Grant Nikoui of Norco and Corporal Hunter Lopez of Indio – were also killed in the attack.
The body of Marine Lance Cpl. Dylan R. Merola, who was among 13 service members killed in a suicide bombing in Afghanistan, will be returned to the Southern California Tuesday and carried in a procession to Forest Lawn Covina Hills.
Magnolia at Western, 7 p.m. Whittier at Bellflower, 7 p.m. Workman at Keppel, 7 p.m. University Pathways at North Valley Military Institute, 3 p.m. Coastal Christian at Coast Union, 5 p.m. Calvary Baptist at Blair,
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El Rancho and Covina football teams met on Friday after both teams’ original opponents had to cancel due to coronavirus health and safety protocols, creating an intriguing game featuring the undefeated Dons against the Colts and their shiny new quarterback threat in freshman Jake Duronslet,
Here are previews and predictions for the area’s biggest games Friday night, highlighted by Daily News No. 3 Alemany hosting Mission Viejo. For preview of Sierra Canyon-Servite, CLICK HERE. Alemany coach Casey Clausen has been very candid about the goal for the Warriors (1-2) this season,