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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
Projects propose restaurant row, hip urban feel for land near Ontario arena

ONTARIO >> The commercial area of North Ontario, just west of Ontario Mills, might not have a hip nightlife just yet, but developers are proposing to change all that, with plans for a brewery-filled restaurant row north of Citizens Business Bank Arena, in addition to plans for new apartments and a new hotel. Two Southern California-based developers are collaborating on bringing a grocery-anchored shopping center, new restaurants, brew pubs, and hundreds of apartments to land north of Citizens Business Bank Arena and south of Fourth Street.

Rally in Pomona makes case for keeping Obamacare

A participant at a short rally outside of the East Valley Community Health Center's clinic in Pomona holds a sign. The rally was in opposition to the repeal of Obamacare.

Why Ontario is set to cut down 80 trees along Euclid Avenue

A tree is marked for removal along Euclid Ave just south of Holt Blvd in Ontario, CA., Monday, March 20, 2017. ONTARIO >> City officials are moving forward with a plan to cut down 80 trees along historic Euclid Avenue after a certified arborist determined the trees were either diseased, aged or impacted by the drought.

This auction is selling used brushes, herea s why you want one

It's called "A Brush With the Past" but might just as easily be "A Brush With Greatness." Used paint brushes from more than 35 local artists, some deceased, some still active, will be auctioned and sold as a benefit for the Claremont Museum of Art . Among the artists represented: Karl Benjamin , Millard Sheets, Sam Maloof, Milford Zornes and Harrison McIntosh.

Pilot project to introduce a basic income in Ontario gets strong public support

Toronto's Pauline Bryant, who has been active in the fight to get Ontario to raise welfare rates, says a three-year pilot project to study guaranteed income does nothing for people who need help now. A proposed provincial pilot project to give some people struggling on poverty-level welfare payments and low-wage jobs a basic income with no strings attached, received a thumbs-up during recent online and public consultations.

Colonies corruption trial continues with testimony from Riverside public relations executive

SAN BERNARDINO >> A public relations executive whose firm worked with representatives from Colonies Partners LP during the investor group's civil litigation with San Bernardino County prior to a $102 million settlement in 2006 resumed testimony in the bribery case Thursday. Patrick O'Reilly of O'Reilly Public Relations in Riverside was asked by prosecutor Lewis Cope for more details about an October 18, 2006, meeting at the Doubletree Hotel in Ontario.

Look whoa s moving its manufacturing to Ontario

ONTARIO >> An Anaheim-based nutritional bar and powder manufacturer plans to relocate one of its plants to Ontario by the end of the year. The Irwindale plant for Nellson Nutraceutical will move to a 302,080-square-foot industrial facility at 1000 S. Etiwanda Ave. in Ontario.

Witness chat with D.A. spurs criminal probe of Colonies defense attorney

SAN BERNARDINO >> A defense attorney in the Colonies corruption case was briefly investigated for witness intimidation until realization that his aggressive cross-examination of county Supervisor Josie Gonzales was the source of the probe. It was yet another twist in the two-month-old trial in which three former county officials are accused of each taking $100,000 in bribes from a Rancho Cucamonga developer to gain approval of a $102 million settlement over flood control work at the 434-acre residential and commercial development in Upland by Colonies Partners LP.

Ontario police dog ends short standoff in garage

ONTARIO >> A barricade in the 1600 block of E. G Street ended when a police dog was sent in to subdue a parolee holed up in a garage, Monday morning. A man reportedly refused to come out of an Ontario garage after he allegedly attacked his sister while she was holding her young child, Ontario police reported.

Fontana man to be sentenced in San Bernardino police Officer Bryce Hanesa death

San Bernardino police Officer Bryce Hanes, 40, was killed Nov. 5, 2015, when his patrol car was struck by Archie Green III's Dodge Charger in Ontario. RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> The man who admitted to being impaired when he slammed into a San Bernardino police vehicle in 2015 killing Officer Bryce Hanes is scheduled to be sentenced Friday.

Last frames approaching for Covina Bowl, which closes Sunday

After 61 years of setting 'em up and knocking 'em down, Covina Bowl is shutting down . Sunday is its last day.

Inland Valley readersa restaurant obsessions revealed

As noted on my blog, John Clifford successfully wrapped up his quest to eat at every lunch spot on Pomona's Garey Avenue, which turned out to number 56. His persistence had captured some public interest . I could empathize with his food-related goal.

Ovitt testifies in Colonies corruption trial

Former San Bernardino County Supervisor Gary Ovitt testified Tuesday in the Colonies case that he made up his own mind when he voted to approve a $102 million settlement in 2006, ending a contentious lawsuit between a land developer and the county. Ovitt's chief of staff a decade ago was Mark Kirk, one of the four defendants in the case of alleged corruption.

OntarioParolee arrested after allegedly assaulting girlfriend, trying to grab Ontario officera s gun

A man already on parole for assault with a deadly weapon was arrested for allegedly slashing his girlfriend's face and then reportedly trying to grab a officer's gun during a confrontation with police, according to Ontario police. Robert Edward Thompson, 58, of Los Angeles was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, domestic violence, making criminal threats, resisting arrest and violating the terms of his parole, according to San Bernardino County sheriff's booking logs.

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