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Chino is located in southeastern California in between San Bernadino and Los Angeles. The town was founded on a land grant called Rancho Santa Ana del Chino. The exact meaning of "Chino" has been explained in different ways. One explanation states that the chief of the local Native American village was named Chino. Another explanation is that "chino" in Spanish means "curly." It is believed that the term curly is a reference to the type of grass which is prevalent in the valley.

Population: 67168
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Times New Times Los Angeles
Local Sports Teams: San Bernadino Stampede LA Avengers LA Clippers LA Dodgers
Local Colleges: Chaffey College - Chino Campus

Zip Codes associated with chino, california: 91710
Towns/Cities near chino, california : Pomona Diamond Bar Chino Hills Ontario Corona Yorba Linda

Chino News
When Ontario airport will begin offering flights to China

ONTARIO >> For the time second in one week, Ontario International Airport Authority members gathered in the lobby of Terminal 2 to announced new air service. Charter airline D ynamic International Airways announced Thursday morning it is looking forward to launching scheduled service from China to Ontario in 2018.

Things to do in the Inland Empire this weekend

World War I and early aircraft: Planes of Fame Air Museum in Chino will hold a special event from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, July 22. The program is focused on aviation during World War I, and is called "WWI and Early Aircraft." The program will explore the events of the war leading up to America's involvement and discuss American participation. Joining the presentation will be William Wellman, Jr., discussing the aviation career of his father during World War I, as well as his father's career as a Hollywood motion picture screenwriter and director.

Aircraft maker Mooney moving from Chino Airport to Texas, settlement in works with Threshold

In 2015, Mooney increased its facility to more than 153,000 square feet. At the time, Mooney employed about 80 people, and announced plans to increase to 150 employees.

Lollicup's new Texas plant to be even bigger than expected

Lollicup USA thermoforms plastic food service items and is preparing to break ground on a new production plant in Texas. The Chino, Calif-based maker of disposable plastic food-service packaging will spend some $50 million to construct a new 700,000-square-foot manufacturing site in Rockwall, Texas.

Massive Metropolis condo complex ushers in a new era of residential development in downtown L.A.

The first condominium tower in Metropolis, one of the biggest real estate developments in L.A. history, officially opens Thursday amid a wave of construction that is crowding the downtown skyline with new tall buildings. The first condominium tower in Metropolis, one of the biggest real estate developments in Los Angeles history, officially opens Thursday amid a wave of construction that is crowding the downtown skyline with new tall buildings.

Opponents of high-density project in Chino claim victory after Measure H election

Unofficial results from the San Bernardino County Registrar of voters, as of Wednesday, showed 5,362 no votes versus 1,096 yes votes. Registrar officials said 1,181 ballots were still uncounted, and another vote update would be released on Thursday, officials said.

California Prison Industry Authority expands e-waste collection

The Prison Industry Board has approved the expansion of the Folsom-based California Prison Industry Authority Electronic Waste Collection and Computer Refurbishment program as a statewide enterprise to two facilities in southern California. This increases the total to four locations statewide.

How Cal Baptist in Riverside inspired Alaskan actor and musician to settle in Southern California

When Paden Burger was a student at Alaska's Anchorage Christian School, his high school concert band program traveled to Southern California to perform at Disneyland. "I fell in love with the music, the theater department and the all-around environment," says the 29-year-old Riverside resident.

2 injured in gun accident at Prado Olympic Shooting Park in Chino

CHINO >> A man in his 30s was shot in the hip after a gun accidentally discharged at Prado Olympic Shooting Park, according to a Chino Valley Fire District news release. Firefighters responded at 1:13 p.m. to a report of an accidental discharge at the range, the release stated.

Whata s that big picnic in the park? 5 things to know about free summer lunches

Stop by a park on a weekday this summer and you might catch a whiff of barbecue drifting through the air. Across the Inland area this summer in school cafeterias, libraries, parks, community centers and churches tens of thousands of children are lining up for lunch , and sometimes breakfast, with the federal government picking up the tab.

Untold stories of El Dorado Hills, Folsom revealed

Once upon a time, there was a group of people that wanted to preserve the history of the tri-county area. Some were the sons and daughters of pioneers.

No arrests made or damage reported in motorcycle incident on 15 Freeway in Corona

A large group of motorcyclists drives south on the 71 Freeway through Chino on Sunday, July 2, 2017, in this image taken from a video filmed from a car that got caught up in the group. Though a large group of motorcyclists caused a headache for fellow motorists Sunday afternoon on the 15 Freeway in Corona, no arrests were made and no damage was reported when officers arrived at the scene, authorities said.

Rare aircraft takes flight at Planes of Fame Air Museum in Chino

The rarely flown Seversky AT-12/P-35 is flown during the Planes of Fame Living History Day at the Planes of Fame Air Museum in Chino, Calif. on Saturday, July 1, 2017.

For election purposes, Chino Hills is now in 5 not-so-easy pieces

The Chino Hills City Council was set Tuesday to adopt a map splitting the city into five election districts, and this presented me with a dilemma. Having already attended one council meeting in that city during 2017, my historic maximum, should I set a precedent by attending a second? What decided me is that in April, in writing about plans for districting, the map that accompanied my column had since been supplanted by a new favorite.

West Nile found in San Bernardino

The first alert for West Nile, for a wide portion of San Bernardino County, was found recently in a dead crow collected in San Bernardino, County Public Health Department officials said Friday, June 30. The crow was the first dead bird to test positive this year in the county public health department's service area, county officials said, in a statement. When a dead bird tests positive for West Nile Virus, it means people are at a higher risk of being infected with the disease if bitten by a mosquito, the statement said.

Options for Youth to close 7 school centers on Saturday

Options for Youth Public Charter Schools will close seven school centers authorized by the Victor Valley Union High School District on Saturday, leaving school officials "heartbroken," according to a statement provided to the Daily Press on Friday afternoon. Nonclassroom-based charters like OFY came under fire last year when the state Supreme Court let stand an appellate court ruling that limits where they can legally operate sites.

Let the Festivities Begin

"We find that our customers love to include their pets in all of the holiday festivities," said Paul Allen, CEO of Woof Gang Bakery Inc., a chain with headquarters in Orlando, Fla. And that includes purchasing toys and treats, said George Richter, co-owner of Dog.Dog.Cat.

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