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The city of Corona, meaning "crown" in Spanish, is located in southeastern California. Corona was founded during the peak of the citrus boom that took place in Southern California in the 1880s. The city is located in the upper end of the Santa Ana River Canyon which is the only significant pass through the Santa Ana Mountains. During the citrus boom, the city of Corona boasted the title of "The Lemon Capital of the World. "

Population: 124966
Local Newspapers: Riverside Press-Enterprise Arcadia Weekly Claremont Courier San Gabriel Valley Tribune Sierra Madre Weekly
Local Sports Teams: LA Avengers LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings LA Sparks
Local Colleges: HIS University

Zip Codes associated with corona, california: 91752 92879 92880 92881 92882 92883
Towns/Cities near corona, california : El Cerrito Home Gardens Norco Chino Hills Woodcrest

Corona News
Longtime Cal Fire/Riverside County chief removed from post Friday

RIVERSIDE >> John R. Hawkins, who for 12 years was chief of the CAL FIRE Riverside Unit and the Riverside County Fire Department, on Friday was suddenly removed from his post, a CAL FIRE spokesman said Friday night. Daniel Talbot, a deputy chief, on Friday took over as interim county fire chief until a permanent replacement is found, said Mike Mohler, a CAL FIRE spokesman.

Worldwide financial support for children in Perris torture case expected to top $100,000 Friday

Riverside University Health System Medical Center in Moreno Valley had received almost 900 contributions for the alleged victims of the Perris torture case as of Friday evening. Donations to the six minor children of Perris torture defendants David and Louise Turpin have been pouring in to Riverside University Health System Medical Center from around the world at a rate of one per minute, so fast that officials expected the collection total to reach $100,000 by Friday evening.

High-ranking U.S. educator gives Inland lessons high marks

Riverside's La Granada Elementary School was one of four schools visited Thursday, Jan. 18, and Friday, Jan. 19, by Jos Viana, assistant deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Education and director of the Office of English Language Acquisition. Viana said he wanted to see firsthand how the Project Moving Forward program is working.

Riverside County community group seeks to fill 2 commission seats

One will serve as the representative for low-income residents in District 2 from Corona to Highgrove and one will represent the housing industry. The District 2 representative will be chosen by voters in that area while the commission will appoint the other member.

A year after the Womena s March, more women than ever are running for...

A year after unprecedented throngs of women turned out for marches around the country, many wearing pink hats and chanting protest slogans, record numbers of American women are moving from the streets to the campaign trail. Many connect their candidacy to the 2017 march itself.

Former Santiago High star Aaron Wise shot a first-round 64 Thursday.

A year ago Aaron Wise played in the CareerBuilder Challenge while unsure what the rest of 2017 would bring him. Wise, who played at Santiago High in Corona and then won the NCAA individual title while leading Oregon to the 2016 team championship, said then he had no expectations and at the time wasn't sure if he would be spending most of the season on the PGA Tour or the Web.com tour.

Ohio Player | Aaron Plessinger - February 2018 Magazine Feature

Aaron Plessinger hails from a state that is that is very much cloaked in forest. So much so that 8.1 million acres, or roughly 31 percent of this entire state, are covered with trees.

Caltrans' $171M Project Improves I-5 Though Santa Clarita in LA County

The I-5 Roadway Rehabilitation Project will replace concrete on 15.8 mi. of freeway from a mi.

Doctor on shackled, malnourished siblings' recovery: 'It's not going to be achieved overnight'

The staff of a Southern California hospital was reduced to tears at the sight of seven of the 13 malnourished siblings who were admitted after authorities discovered they were being held captive by their parents, officials from the Corona Regional Medical Center told ABC News. Those seven siblings are all adults.

Calif. couple charged with abuse for starving, chaining their children

Authorities in Riverside County, Calif. say that a husband and wife are in custody after allegedly chaining their children to beds in filthy conditions.

Winning a Water is Lifea artwork on display in Jurupa Valley, Eastvale

Imaginative messages of water conservation and stewardship will be on display in Eastvale and Jurupa Valley as part of the 2018 "Water is Life" Student Art Calendar and Exhibit Tour through Tuesday, Jan. 23. The tour features art from Metropolitan Water District of Southern California's Water is Life calendar contest, which includes the work of several Inland students. The Jurupa Community Services District, which is hosting the tour this week, received more than 400 poster submissions last year, four of which went on to the regional contest, one of which, a piece by Mariah Rosario from Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Eastvale, made it into the calendar.

LuLaRoe of Corona pushes back against several federal lawsuits

LuLaRoe, the Corona-based women's clothing company specializing in leggings that claimed more than $2 billion in sales in 2017, is fighting back an array of federal lawsuits that accuse the company of operating a pyramid scheme, maintaining an unfair return policy for vendors or supplying them with shoddy merchandise. The closely-held company, which sells its clothing to consultants who in turn sell it to customers, is facing at least six lawsuits alleging either an unfair return policy or a pyramid scheme business plan.

Fender's American Original Series marries classic guitars with modern tech

The spirit of rock 'n' roll is the spirit of innovation. The boundary pushing that defined the genre during rock's golden age between 1950 and 1970 created a sonic landscape that has withstood the test of time.

Police: 13 people were held captive in California home

A couple was arrested after police discovered that 13 people had been held captive in their California home in filthy conditions, some shackled to beds with chains and padlocks, officials said Monday. A 17-year-old girl managed to escape from the residence in Perris, California on Sunday and called 911 from a cell phone she found in the house, police said.

Julie Inman

RAR Hospitality has promoted Julie Inman to Director of Human Resources. Inman has an impressive background in human resources, most recently having worked as the Human Resources Director at Smith & Noble Home in Corona, California and as the Human Resources Manager at Estancia La Jolla Hotel and Spa for Pacific Hospitality Group.

Las Vegas mass shooting survivors, still hurting, gather in Riverside for comfort

Debby Allen, mother of victim Christopher Roybal, left gives a kiss to fellow survivor Madeline Herpy, 23, of Riverside as they dance to Roybal's favorite song, "Drink A Beer" during a Route 91 Survivors Celebration of Life at the Riverside Elks Lodge Sunday in Riverside, CA. January 14, 2018.

He was one of two men suffering stab wounds in 1 a.m. incident; what prompted shooting is unclear.

A Riverside County sheriff's deputy shot at a man who had been wounded in a stabbing early Sunday in the Home Gardens community near Corona, sheriff's officials said. With the incident still under investigation, authorities were not releasing many details later Sunday morning, including whether the man was hit by the deputy's gunfire or what exactly led up to the shooting.

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