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About: ontario, california

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
A Month After Beloved Mother Killed By Hit-And-Run Driver, Family Asking For Public's Help

ONTARIO - A month after a deadly hit-and-run driver killed a beloved member of an Inland Empire community, the woman's grieving family is asking the public for help. Eighty-five-year-old Charlotte Sandoval had just gotten off the bus on Holt Boulevard in Ontario on Jan. 2 when she was fatally struck by a car.

3 things to do this weekend in the Inland Empire, Feb. 23-25

It's time for the weekend, so here's the latest edition of the Play List with ideas for what to do with friends, as a couple or with your family in the Inland Empire. Get ready to get rumble with your friends at the WWE Smackdown Superstars Live! event at Citizens Business Bank Arena on Sunday.

Where will the Inland Empirea s third Raising Canea s will be?

Jayden Richardson, 7, of Riverside takes a bite of a chicken fingers sandwich during a soft opening at Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers Sunday in Riverside, CA. October 29, 2017.

Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga school districts get hearings this week to...

Three school districts in Rancho Cucamonga and Ontario will have public hearings Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018, to consider new plans to elect school district board members. File photo.

Ruiz family goes on vacation with the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

From left, Isaiah Mathis, of Ontario; Isaiah Mathis Jr., of Upland; and Rebecca Ruiz, of Ontario attended the Jam On It basketball tournament in Las Vegas. Rebecca Ruiz, of Ontario, and her daughter, Sabrina Ruiz, of Rialto, not pictured, took the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin to the L.A. County Fair in Pomona to see War and Tower of Power in concert.

Police: Ontario man attacks, attempts to rape woman at church-owned home

Ontario police say Luis Luevanto, 48, attempted ti rape a woman at a church-run home. An Ontario man attacked a woman working at a church-owned home and tried to rape her at knifepoint Saturday afternoon, according to Ontario police.

Claremont police arrest Ontario murder suspect

Officers apprehended 23-year-old Jonathan Rodriguez around 7:45 p.m. Wednesday on Carnegie Avenue, just south of Bonita Avenue, according to Sgt. David DeMetz of the Claremont Police Department.

Dine 909: Raising Canea s in Riverside, San Bernardino are just the beginning

The Inland Empire is currently home to two Raising Cane's restaurants. Another five locations are expected to open in the coming months.

Wearing red for a cause: Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center gets...

Karmen Szeto, Donna McNair and Trisha Keasler at the annual Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center Foundation Power of Red fundraiser. They came dressed in shades of red to focus on bringing attention to heart disease - particularly how it affects women.

A visit to the South American nations shows successes, challenges.

Columbia's agriculture and economic growth could be of interest to business markets like Ontario. There was talk four years ago of how the Inland Empire airport could be a good fit to handle cargo such as flowers imported from other countries.

McLeod making another run for San Bernardino County supervisora s seat

Former Congresswoman, senator and assemblywoman Gloria Negrete McLeod, 76, of Chino, is making another run for Fourth District San Bernardino County Supervisor. Former Congresswoman, Assemblywoman and Senator Gloria Negrete McLeod is making another run for San Bernardino County Supervisor Curt Hagman's seat in the Fourth District.

Ontario celebrates awarding of $35 million Transformative Communities grant for Downtown

The city, community stakeholders and regional leaders are celebrating today's formal approval of a $35 million grant from the California Strategic Growth Council, which provides a major boost to Ontario's plans for a modern urban village in and around its historic downtown core. The Transformative Climate Communities grant follows six years of planning and community engagement, led by the city as part of a broad effort to uplift the downtown area, create new economic opportunities and improve the health and well-being of all residents.

Lunar New Year Exhibit, Reception, and Calligraphy Workshops at Ontario Museum of History and Art

Thursday, February 8, 2018 to Sunday, March 4, 2018. The Ontario Museum of History & Art is showcasing the Chinese calligraphy and brush painting of the multiethnic group, Sea of Ink Society, in honor of the Lunar New Year, The Lunar New Year is the most important traditional Chinese holiday celebrated not only in various Asian countries, but also worldwide.

Pallet fire kicks up smoke, flames outside Ontario businesses

Ontario firefighters responded to a report of pallets on fire next to a business in the city Monday afternoon, Jan. 29, and they controlled the fire within 20 minutes, according to an Ontario Fire Department news release. The fire was reported at 1:23 p.m. Firefighters encountered a large column of smoke and fire coming from a storage area behind a building in the 2300 block of South Baker Avenue, north of the 60 Freeway and west of South Vineyard Avenue.

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