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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
91 ramp and connector closures set in Corona

Ramps and some freeway connectors on the 91 Freeway in Corona will be closed this week as Riverside County transportation officials complete work related to the recently-opened toll lane project. Night time closures began Monday, May 22, and will continue through Friday, May 26. No closures are set for the Memorial Day weekend.

2017 Ford F-250 Smoke And Mirrors

When most think of SEMA, they may only think of the yearly show held in Las Vegas. For those who don't know, SEMA began as, and still is, basically a trade organization that helps those associated with the automotive world get the word out on products and services.

Chinese conglomerate set to close on LI mall sale

One of the world's largest manufacturers of home-building materials is scheduled to close this week on its $90 million purchase of the Mall at the Source in Westbury. China Lesso Group Holdings, a global conglomerate headquartered in Foshan, China that counts plumbing supplies, doors and windows, kitchen cabinets, home furnishings and other building materials among its many offerings, plans to turn part of the mall into a showroom and distribution center for its plethora of products.

Brush fire burns 2 acres near Eagle Glen Golf Club in Corona

The California Highway Patrol said at 1:27 p.m. that the fire was burning in an open field near Cajalco Road and Eagle Glen Parkway.

Corona man faces charges in India call-center IRS scam

A Corona resident is among 52 remaining defendants in a federal criminal case who are accused of defrauding victims via a fake IRS scheme or other ruses operated out of call centers in India. Dilipkumar Ambal Patel, also known as Don Patel, has pleaded not guilty in U.S. District Court in Texas to charges of conspiracy to defraud the United States, conspiracy to commit wire fraud and conspiracy to launder money.

CIF-SS softball playoffs: Schedule for Tuesday's second round

DIVISION 1 Second round Tuesday, May 23, 3:15 p.m. Vista Murrieta at Norco Pacifica at South Hills Mission Viejo at Canyon/Anaheim Grand Terrace at Mater Dei Orange Lutheran at Oaks Christian Foothill at Valencia/Valencia La Habra at Santiago/Corona Capistrano Valley at Los Alamitos DIVISION 2 Second round Tuesday, May 23, 3:15 p.m. Gahr at St. Lucy's Agoura at Villa Park La Quinta at Santa Monica Camarillo at Brea Olinda Dana Hills at Rio Mesa Upland at Charter Oak Riverside Poly at Sunny Hills Santa Margarita at Warren DIVISION 3 Second round Tuesday, May 23, 3:15 p.m. Fullerton at Peninsula Cerritos at Woodbridge Arroyo Grande at Knight Murrieta Mesa at Mayfair Crescenta Valley at Los Altos St. Bonaventure at Ayala La Mirada at Patriot Paraclete at Hart DIVISION 4 Second round Tuesday, May 23, 3:15 p.m. Buena at Silverado Jurupa Hills at Valencia/Placentia Rubidoux at Paloma Valley ... (more)

Back in the Day: A mana s dream to plant trees lead to todaya s Lake Mathews

Lake Mathews as it appears today. This was formerly the Cajalco Basin, where Lawrence Holmes once hoped to grow carob trees.

Rubidoux man gets 120 years in slaying of Moreno Valley man in Redlands

A Rubidoux man was sentenced to 120 years to life in state prison on Friday, May 19, for his role in the shooting death of a Moreno Valley man outside a Redlands nightclub, the San Bernardino County District Attorney's Office announced. Anthony Tolbert, 27, was sentenced in the slaying of Kevin Decatur, 22, of Moreno Valley, who had performed at the Cancun Bar and Grill on Jan. 20, 2013.

DA has probed 50 workersa comp fraud cases this fiscal year

There have been 50 investigations into workers' compensation fraud in San Bernardino County this fiscal year, leading to 17 criminal case filings, the District Attorney's office said Wednesday. The activity to combat such fraud is similar to last fiscal year, where 52 investigations resulted in 22 criminal case filings.

Scouting helps earn Corona dad Father of the Year award

It's that tradition that prompted him to be named one of four Inland Fathers of the Year by the Father's Day Council and the American Diabetes Association. The Father of the Year awards ceremony is held in 30 cities across America; the award recognizes men for their community involvement.

American Legion's Joe Dominguez Post honored its founding members Saturday, May 13

Past American Legion Joe Dominguez Post 742 commanders are honored Saturday, May 13, at the post's 70th anniversary celebration in Corona by, top row from left, American Legion Auxilary District Commander Susan Romero and current Post Commander Eddie Romero. Second row from left are Pete Alvina, Ken Blankenbeker, Mitch Salgado, David Beccera , John Soto and David Felix.

1 arrested in Corona after prescription drug robbery, SWAT standoff

After an hours-long standoff with Riverside County Sheriff's SWAT officers, a Corona man suspected of robbing a Norco business of prescription medication is in custody, officials said Wednesday morning. Authorities entered Jeffrey Crawford's home in the 2600 block of Castle Rock Circle around 11:30 p.m., officials said in a press release.

Trio Steals 83-Year-Old's Wallet, Charges Thousands

The Corona Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying a trio who allegedly stole an elderly woman's wallet and racked up thousands in unauthorized charges in the Inland Empire. Patricia Jones, 83, was doing her weekly grocery shopping at the Stater Bros.

Driver recounts car spinning out, dangling over California freeway

Crews work to stabilize a car that spun out on the connector from the 15 Freeway to the 91 Freeway in Corona and came to a rest facing backward, nose down, on the guardrail on Monday, May 15, 2017. A car was hanging over the side of a transfer road between Interstate 15 and the 91 Freeway on Monday, May 15 A car spun out on a freeway connector in Corona on Monday, coming to a stop on top of the guardrail, facing backward and dangling by barely more than one wheel over the traffic below.

Tehama Arts Council student art contest winners announced

The Tehama County Arts Council recently announced the winners of its annual Student Art Contest for 2017 with a theme of Treasure. The First Place winners for the four divisions were Luiscarlos Corona Ramos from Antelope, Anthony Rosales of Sacred Heart, Christian Bennett of Vista Prep and Sara Bushnell of Red Bluff High.

Car teeters from high overpass in California

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Corona: Temsecal Village Shopping Center Sold for $16 Million

Corona, Ca - Passco Companies , a privately held Calif.-based real estate company that specializes in the investment, acquisition, development and management of commercial properties throughout the U.S., has acquired Temescal Village, a 102,976 square-foot neighborhood shopping center in Corona, California, for $16.95 million. A retail brokerage team led by Dixie Walker and Charley Simpson of Cushman & Wakefield's Irvine office represented the seller, a private investor, in the transaction.

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