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Ontario is located in southeastern California. It was named by the Chaffey family who decided to call the settlement Ontario, after their home province in Canada of the same name. The Chaffey brothers had hoped to establish a "Model Colony" that offered the perfect balance between agriculture and the urban comforts of schools, churches and commerce. The city's official motto is "Southern California's Next Urban Center."Notable residents of Ontario have included author Beverly Cleary (Beezus and Ramona, Leave It to Beaver) and musician Frank Zappa.

Population: 170373
Local Newspapers: Arcadia Weekly Chino-Chino Hills Champion
Local Sports Teams: San Bernadino Stampede
Local Colleges: University of La Verne Providence Christian College

Zip Codes associated with ontario, california: 91761 91762 91764
Towns/Cities near ontario, california : Rancho Cucamonga Upland Chino Jurupa Valley Fontana Pomona Claremont

Ontario News
In early Ontario it was easy to get lost

Looking for a new house is no easy task, but at least today there are maps, GPS and sometimes the guy at the gas station to guide you. There were no roads, no houses, no street signs, no businesses, no trees - nothing to tell you where you were in the vast featureless plain.

Ontario man walking near airport is hit, killed by truck

An Ontario pedestrian was hit and killed last week by a truck on a street just north of the airport, coroner's officials announced Sunday, Jan. 21. Jesus Ochoa, 46, was struck about 12:45 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17, on Holt Boulevard west of Vineyard Avenue, according to the San Bernardino County Coroner's Office. Paramedics found him with traumatic injuries and pronounced him dead at the scene.

Former post office designed by Paul R. Williams gets stamp of approval

Petrina Delman shows off a plaque for the Paul Williams Gallery on Thursday as building owners Cathy Tessier and Ed Tessier applaud. The 1926 downtown Ontario building was designed by famed architect Paul R. Williams.

San Bernardino man pleads not guilty in Christmas hit-and-run that killed Ontario woman

A San Bernardino man accused in a Christmas night hit-and-run freeway collision in Jurupa Valley that killed a 23-year-old Ontario woman pleaded not guilty Wednesday, Jan. 17, to gross vehicular manslaughter and other felony charges. Along with the manslaughter count, Jude Joseph Vargas, 30, is charged with hit-and-run resulting in great bodily injury, presenting a forged document to authorities and a sentence-enhancing allegation of fleeing the scene of a crime.

Blast off with super heroes, or explore African dance this weekend in the Inland Valley

Ontario Museum of History and Art offers a class exploring African dance on Friday, Dec. 19, 2018. Ontario Museum of History and Art: offers a class exploring African dance led by Bre Dance Studio, 6-7:30 p.m. Friday at the museum, 225 Euclid Ave., Ontario.

Ontario Youth Pastor Charged With Sexually Abusing Minors

Gerardo Custodio Jr., 30, was arrested after two women came forward and reported that they had been sexually abused by Custodio when they were 14 and 15 years old, the Ontario Police Department said. Custodio has for years been a youth pastor at the Iglesia La Familia De Dios Church on 1305 Euclid Ave. in Ontario, police said.

Few leads in theft of truck with child still inside, Ontario police say

Ontario police are still looking for the man who stole a pickup with the driver's son in the vehicle Friday, but they said Monday, Jan. 15, that good leads to the thief's identity are few. The driver went inside the store at the Chevron gas station in the 1000 block of North Ontario Mills Drive about 10:15 p.m. to pay for fuel.

How to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the Inland area

This weekend residents across the Inland area are celebrating the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., and looking to inspire future generations. Blood drive: The 18th annual Blood of the Martyrs Blood Drive is on Monday in conjunction with National Day of Service.

Urgent care facility to reopen Thursday at new site in Hardyston

Sussex Community Urgent Care, a service of Saint Clare's Health, will reopen at 8 a.m. Thursday at its new location at the Hardyston Mercantile Mall, located at 3339 State Route 94 in Hardyston. The urgent care center, currently located at 20 Walnut St. in Sussex Borough, will cease operations in Sussex Borough at 8 p.m. Monday and be closed Tuesday and Wednesday as it prepares for the relocation.

Amber Alert helps to track down vehicle stolen from Ontario with child inside

Police late Friday found a child unharmed who had been kidnapped earlier in the evening and credited a resident who received an Amber Alert and spotted the stolen vehicle. Ontario police in a statement early Saturday said that at about 10:16 p.m. they received a 911 call from man who said his vehicle had just been stolen with his 10-year-old son inside.

Two arrested after vehicle chase through Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario

Two people are in jail after officials said they led authorities on a high-speed chase Wednesday, Jan. 10, in an alleged stolen vehicle through parts of Rancho Cucamonga and Ontario, the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department said. The incident happened Wednesday morning when deputies attempted to stop a stolen vehicle at 10:10 a.m. near 6th Street and Milliken Avenue, a Sheriff's news release said.

Cleaning his desk this year presents wads of trouble

Some 1935 newspaper pages that had been wadded up for decades as insulation were bequeathed to me. Um, thanks? Every year at this time I clear away some of the clutter on my desk from the previous year: clipped articles, notes to myself and more.

East Coast storm picks different bull's eye target each day

The snowstorm that hit the East Coast with frigid, wind-whipped whiteness and ice that wouldn't melt seems to pick a different bull's eye target each day. On Saturday, wind chill warnings throughout the Northeast hit Burlington, Vermont, with a temperature of minus 1 and a wind chill of minus 30. Both Philadelphia and New York were shivering at 8 degrees, with wind chills of minus 11 in Philadelphia and minus 9 in New York.

The Latest: Mountain summit tied for 2nd coldest on earth

A man crosses E. Washington St. in downtown Syracuse, N.Y. Friday, Jan. 5, 2018. Frigid temperatures, some that felt as cold as minus 30 degrees, moved across the East Coast on Friday as the region dug out from a massive winter storm that brought more than a foot of snow, hurricane-force winds and coastal flooding a day earlier.

Chino man pushing disabled vehicle with mother inside, killed by suspected drunken driver in Ontario

Shayne Ary, 21, of Bakersfield was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence after he reportedly slammed into a Chino man pushing a disabled vehicle along an Ontario street. The victim's mother was in the car when the fatal crash took place.

Woman with walker killed in hit-and-run; Ontario police search for driver

Oolice are looking for a driver who struck and killed an 85-year-old Ontario woman who was walking with a walker Tuesday evening. Authorities say the fatal crash took place at 7:52 p.m. near Holt Boulevard and Virginia Avenue in Ontario.

San Bernardino man charged with DUI in Christmas hit-run crash on 60 Freeway in Jurupa Valley

A San Bernardino man accused of killing a 23-year-old woman in a hit-and-run collision on Christmas night in Jurupa Valley was charged Wednesday with DUI gross vehicular manslaughter and other felonies. Jude Joseph Vargas, 30, is accused of causing the wreck on the westbound 60 Freeway that claimed the life of Hillary Hicks, 23, of Ontario.

Ontario house fire sends 5 residents to hospital

An Ontario house fire sent the five people living inside to the hospital for injuries ranging from smoke inhalation to minor burns late Thursday night, Ontario Fire Department officials said. The fire caused extensive damage to the home located in the 1500 block of S. Cypress Avenue, displacing all five residents, Battalion Chief Scot Roeber said.

Ontario man accused of killing mother denies murder charges

Erick James Bolin, 28 of Ontario is suspected of shooting his mother to death on Christmas Day, according to police. Erick Bolin, 28, was arrested Christmas after Ontario police concluded he fatally shot his mother, Sheree Lynn Bolin, 58, of Ontario.

Jim Morrison's alleged son facing life in prison

A man who says he is the son of Jim Morrison, the late front man for the band the Doors, is facing charges of robbery and ramming a police car during a chase last year in Ontario. Wearing an orange jail jumpsuit and restraints on his wrists and ankles, Clifford Marston Morrison sat in the jury box of a Rancho Cucamonga courtroom on Friday, waiting for his case to be called.

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