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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
For the past three years, Rancho Cucamonga has instituted “no pedestrian” days for the Thoroughbred holiday lights displays. Some say this is killing the holiday spirit.
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The San Bernardino Sun
Valdivia was warned again about his conduct last year. Neither Cisneros nor Cervantes joined Wednesday’s march. Their attorney, Rancho Cucamonga-based Tristan Pelayes, said they are, however, “very happy” with the support. “Initially,” Pelayes said, “they were very reluctant to come out, extremely reluctant to come out, because they ...
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FOX40
Planned Parenthood included these condoms in their Valentine’s Day deliveries to Capitol offices. (Photo by Sen. Mike Morrell) Nearly a week later, Sen. Mike Morrell, R-Rancho Cucamonga, released a statement calling the condoms’ slogans “a veiled threat and a strong-arm tactic.” “Communicating such an overtly crude and sexualized ...
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East Bay Times
The top-three quarterback recruits in the nation were from Southern California, and all three left the region: Bryce Young (Mater Dei) backed off a commitment to USC and signed with Alabama; DJ Uiagalelei (St. John Bosco) opted for Clemson; and CJ Stroud (Rancho Cucamonga) signed with Ohio State. Which brings us to the 2021 recruiting cycle ...
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Patch
LOS ANGELES, CA — A man was sentenced to more than six years — 77 months — in federal prison after he admitted to stealing more than $500,000 in U.S. Treasury checks, fraudulently opening bank accounts and depositing the checks at banks in Pleasanton,
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
The 19,000-square-foot restaurant business at Victoria Gardens — part restaurant, part bowling alley, part arcade — has added indoor miniature golf to its list of pastimes.
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Patch
LongHorn Steakhouse, popular purveyor of steaks, ribs, chicken and seafood, is opening its first California location in Rancho Cucamonga.
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Patch
CASTRO VALLEY, CA — A southern California man who cashed over $500,000 in stolen United States Treasury checks and then used them to defraud banks, including the Bank of America in Castro Valley, was sentenced Wednesday to 77 months in federal prison.
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Seattle Times
The top-three quarterback recruits in the nation were from Southern California, and all three left the region: Bryce Young (Mater Dei) backed off a commitment to USC and signed with Alabama; DJ Uiagalelei (St. John Bosco) opted for Clemson; and CJ Stroud (Rancho Cucamonga) signed with Ohio State. Which brings us to the 2021 recruiting cycle ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
A La Verne teen is pictured on every box of Trefoil cookies sold by the Girl Scouts. And since she’s a Girl Scout, she might even be selling you the box herself. Katelyn Roney was one of six winners,
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The Press-Enterprise
in Rancho Cucamonga. Norms is looking to start construction in April and open around October. Texas de Brazil is hoping to open this fall. No word yet on plans for the former Upland El Torito or the former Acapulco restaurants in Montclair and Moreno Valley. Perhaps someone can convince Mrs. Knott’s to come back to Moreno Valley. Thanks to ...
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Modern Tire Dealer
Giti Tire (USA) Ltd., based in Rancho Cucamonga, CA, is the sales, marketing, and distribution company for North America. It markets and sells the following brands: GT Radial, Primewell, and Dextero tires for high performance vehicles, passenger cars, SUV, light truck, and medium trucks through national retailers, independent retailers and ...
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MSN
Whether you see it as art or an eyesore, Nitt Witt Ridge in Cambria is a landmark. In fact, it is California State Historical Landmark #939. It became a state protected site in 1981. Sign up for our Newsletters Michael "Mike" O'Malley hangs out at the house most days to offer tours.
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KSBY 6
Hundreds of visitors a year come to see Art Beal's creation. Rancho Cucamonga couple Andrea and John Flasher stopped by during their Cambria getaway. "It was pretty amazing," Andrea said after taking the house tour. "You know, Mr. Beal seems like he was a real recycler way ahead of his time." "He made it work too," said John. "Somehow ...
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Redlands Daily Facts
Multiple pizza toppings were at unsafe temperatures in a cooler that wasn’t keeping cold enough. Bento Kuma, at 8796 19th St. in Rancho Cucamonga, was inspected Feb. 3 and received a grade of 74/C with three critical violations. The manager didn’t wash hands; some food was at unsafe temperatures, including garlic oil and boba that the ...
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MSN
LOS ANGELES — Nobody taller than 6-foot-6 was in Houston’s starting lineup, and a heavily bearded guard lost the opening tip. Nobody bigger than 6-foot-7 Robert Covington played for the Rockets in a game between division leaders at Staples Center.
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