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About: highland, california

Highland is located in southern California. The Highland community also includes a geographical area of the City of San Bernadino and parts of San Bernardino County that are unincorporated. The elevation of the city of Highland is a little over 1,300 feet above sea level, making it one of the highest points looking west towards the Pacific Ocean. There is a large amount of German and Irish residents in the city, making up 17-percent of the community.

Population: 44605
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Independent Los Angeles Times New Times Los Angeles
Local Sports Teams: LA Avengers LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings
Local Colleges: Loma Linda University

Zip Codes associated with highland, california: 92346
Towns/Cities near highland, california : San Bernardino Redlands Loma Linda Mentone Yucaipa

Highland News
Jurupa Valley man, 62, accused of sexually abusing a child in Highland

Authorities arrested a 62-year-old Jurupa Valley man Tuesday in connection with a Highland molestation case, according to a San Bernardino County sheriff's Highland station statement. Robert Luna Uribe was arrested on suspicion of lewd acts with a child and digital penetration by force, according to authorities.

Redlands Unified expands after-school meal program to serve middle school students

The Redlands Unified School District has expanded its meal programs to serve kids after school. A students mixes her yogurt as another student begins working on her homework during an after school study group at Beattie Middle School in Highland on Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017.

Tom Hooker will talk about his research on the Cram family's 1850s...

Tom Hooker will present a program on the Cram family, pioneers in the area that became Highland, when the Highland Area Historical Society meets 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16, at the Highland Senior Center, 3102 Highland Ave., just inside the gates of Patton State Hospital. Hooker has done extensive research on how the Cram family came from the woods of Illinois to the area that is now Highland.

34-year-old felon arrested on suspicion of possessing firearms in Highland

A 34-year-old man on probation for assault is in jail Sunday, Nov. 12, after sheriff's deputies found him with several guns and military memorabilia owned by a deceased World War II veteran, the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department said. David Jeffery Harvard was arrested Sunday morning on suspicion of a felon possessing a firearm and ammunition and evading a peace officer.

In the playground we raced around arms out, shouting 'I'm a Spitfire'

Former Portadown College man Derek Walker, OBE, now living in London, provides a fascinating glimpse into life as a schoolboy in Portadown during the Second World War. The Second World War began on a Sunday morning.

Recently find a food collection bag on your doorstep? Herea s what they are for

Residents who recently received a food collection bag on their doorstep have until this weekend to fill them if they want to help families in need. About 20,000 bags, donated by Stater Bros.

2 women found with mail, personal information arrested in Highland

Sheriff's deputies found and arrested 2 San Bernardino women early Monday after they were found in possession of dozens of pieces of mail, Social Security numbers and personal information of other people, San Bernardino County Sheriff's officials said. Consuelo Delayo, 37, and Elma Rosa Alvarez, 36, both of San Bernardino, were arrested just after 1 a.m. on suspicion of possession of a stolen vehicle, possession of stolen property, possession of stolen mail, identity theft and false personation, according to a Highland station statement.

Women found with dozens of pieces of mail, personal information arrested in Highland

Sheriff's deputies tracked down and arrested two San Bernardino women early Monday morning after they were found in possession of dozens of pieces of mail, social security numbers and other personal information that belonged to other people, San Bernardino County Sheriff's officials said. Consuelo Delayo, 37, and Elma Rosa Alvarez, 36, both of San Bernardino were arrested just after 1 a.m. on suspicion of possession of a stolen vehicle, possession of stolen property, possession of stolen mail, identity theft and false personation, according to a Highland station press release.

Former Colonies corruption case defendant Jim Erwin, whose case was...

Jim Erwin, a former defendant in the ill-fated Colonies corruption case that ended with Erwin's case being dismissed and three other defendants acquitted , filed a $25 million claim against San Bernardino County and the state on Wednesday. Erwin, 55, of Highland, alleges malicious prosecution, false arrest/imprisonment, fabrication of evidence, negligence, intentional infliction of emotional distress, retaliation, and civil rights violations in connection with the 8-year-old criminal case and marathon trial that began Jan. 4 and ended Sept.

Inland college roundup: Tuesday, October 31

WOMEN'S GOLF UC Riverside ties for seventh: The Highlanders tied for seventh with Cal State Fullerton, totaling 909 points in the third and final round of the UC Irvine Anteater Invitational at the Santa Ana Country Club. UCR had rounds of 303, 304 and 302.

San Manuel Tribe Donation to Sponsor Two Symphony Concerts

San Bernardino, CA - A $90,000 grant from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians will sponsor two San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra concerts in their up-coming 89th season. "We were thrilled with the generosity of the Tribe," said Dean McVay, Symphony Board President.

Authorities: 49-year-old man cited for possession of methamphetamine

San Bernardino County Sheriff's Victorville Station Deputies D. Medina and N. Craig conducted a traffic stop at 1:03 a.m. Thursday for a vehicle with a expired registration tags. During the stop, authorities said the deputies learned the driver, identified as Michael Sass, 49, of Highland, had an outstanding warrant for possession of a controlled substance.

What Inland Empire residents need to know about Medicare enrollment, eligibility

Scott Welsh, co-owner of Welsh Insurance Services in Redlands, discusses Medicare plans with Norman and Candice Vargas of Highland. With the Medicare enrollment period open until Dec. 7, Inland Empire residents just turning 65 and others looking to change their plans have many options.

SBD Fest air show kicked off a two-day run Saturday afternoon in San Bernardino.

In its third year at San Bernardino International Airport, the two-day SBD Fest air festival features aerobatic performances, professional wrestling, a car show and more. The Patriots Jet Team perform for the crowd during the Third annual SBD fest air show at San Bernardino International Airport in San Bernardino, Ca., October 21, 2017.

San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District banks water for future use

Construction of the replacement of the San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District canal and sedimentation basin continues at the Santa Ana River in Highland, CA., Wednesday, October 18, 2017. In the flat, undeveloped desert north of Mentone, ducks and geese float in a series of large ponds, enjoying water from Northern California.

Beaumont High School Student Wins Speech Competition

Beaumont, CA - The Inland Empire Resource Conservation District hosted their annual Speak-Off speech competition at the East Valley Water District Headquarters in Highland on Thursday, October 12th, 2017 at 6:00pm. The topic for this event is different each year, and the 2017 prompt challenged participants to address "How can Resource Conservation Districts better involve their communities in conservation?" Students in grades 9-12 on campuses within IERCD service boundaries were eligible to participate.

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