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About: upland, california

Upland is located in southeastern California. When it was founded, the city was a small rural town that had its foundation in agriculture, primarily citrus fruits and grapes. The city was incorporated in 1906, changing its original name of North Ontario to Upland. Today the city has attempted to preserve the small rural feel for which it was once known. The city is home to the Pipeline Skate Park, which opened in 1977, closed in 1988 and reopened in 1993.

Population: 66393
Local Newspapers: Arcadia Weekly Chino-Chino Hills Champion
Local Sports Teams: San Bernadino Stampede
Local Colleges: Westwood College

Zip Codes associated with upland, california: 91784 91786
Towns/Cities near upland, california : Ontario Montclair Rancho Cucamonga Claremont San Antonio Heights

Upland News
Claremont couple becomes realty TV stars flipping vintage Southern California homes

This J Street house in Ontario needed some exterior cosmetic updating in a "before" photo from "Vintage Flip." You never know what you'll get with an old house after peeling through layers of carpet, wallpaper and paneling, but Jessie and Tina Rodriguez love finding out. To the Claremont couple, it's part puzzle and part their profession with a genuine love of old homes that motivates them.

Claremont couple becomes reality TV stars flipping vintage Southern California homes

You never know what you'll get with an old house after peeling through layers of carpet, wallpaper and paneling, but Jessie and Tina Rodriguez love finding out. To the Claremont couple, it's part puzzle and part their profession with a genuine love of old homes that motivates them.

Former Upland animal shelter manager sentenced for arranging to meet minor for lewd purpose

RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> The former operations manager of the Friends of Upland Animal Shelter accused child sex crimes pleaded no contest in December to a lesser charge, court records show. Court records show the no contest plea was for the charge of arranging to meet with a minor for a lewd purpose.

Police seek teen sexually assaulting women at Upland strip mall

UPLAND >> Police are asking for the public's help in identifying the teen responsible for grabbing women's buttocks at a shopping center in the 1600 block of North Mountain Avenue. At least five times, according to a police news release, a 13- to 18-year-old white or Latino boy has walked up to women wearing yoga or jogging pants, grabbed their behinds and run away.

Upland city attorney denies closed door-meeting allegations

UPLAND >> City Attorney Jim Markman has refuted allegations from Councilwoman Janice Elliott that the City Council twice violated state open meeting laws to deride her behind closed doors. In a rare move, the City Council on Monday night jointly agreed to waive its attorney-client privilege to allow Markman to discuss the closed sessions of the April 24 and May 8 meetings.

Meet the Diocese of San Bernardinoa s 4 new priests; are they coming to your parish?

Priest lay hands on newly ordained priest during the Rite of Ordination. Four men are ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Gerald Barnes at St. Paul the Apostle Church in Chino Hills, CA.

Missing Rancho Cucamonga senior citizen spotted in desert

Mary Curwick's grandchildren are turning their search for their missing 83-year-old Rancho Cucamonga relative to Riverside County's deserts after sleuthing that turned up surveillance footage from a Blythe convenience store showing she was there on Mother's Day. Her grandson, Kris Greening, who shares a bank account with her and is in regular contact, was able to track her movements since she went missing around May 12, from Upland to San Fernando Valley, Mecca and Blythe.

Judge in Colonies trial conducts jury probe into defendanta s alleged conduct

SAN BERNARDINO >> The judge in the Colonies corruption trial on Thursday conducted an inquiry with defendant Jim Erwin's jury following allegations that defendant Jeff Burum made an inappropriate gesture to witness Adam Aleman during his testimony Wednesday. At least one juror complained that Rancho Cucamonga developer Burum held his hand against his face, smiled and appeared to make an offensive gesture to former San Bernardino County Assistant Assessor Adam Aleman on Wednesday.

Former assistant assessor testifies at Colonies trial about Postmusa use of Blackberries

SAN BERNARDINO >> Adam Aleman, an assistant assessor for Bill Postmus who secretly recorded meetings while gathering information for prosecutors in the Colonies bribery case, followed his former boss to the witness stand Wednesday and described Postmus' use - and disposal methods - for his ever-present Blackberries in the mid-2000s. Postmus would destroy, break, or lose his Blackberries, Aleman told Deputy Attorney General Melissa Mandel as his testimony began in the San Bernardino courtroom of Judge Michael A. Smith.

Charges related to alleged Form 700 violations against Colonies defendant dismissed

Defendant Jim Erwin, former Assistant Assessor, appears in San Bernardino Superior Court for proceedings in the Colonies corruption trial. File photo.

Nine arrested in Pomona human trafficking and prostitution sting

Authorities set up in the Holt Avenue corridor of Pomona, a frequent site of illegal activities including prostitution, around 4 p.m., according to Pomona police Corporal J. Martinez. Uniformed and undercover officers from the Pomona Police Department and the Los Angeles County Probation Department took part in the operation which resulted in the arrest of nine people suspected of engaging in prostitution or loitering with the intent to commit prostitution, Martinez said.

Postmus says $102 million Colonies settlement was a the right thinga to do

Former San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors Chairman Bill Postmus was still on the witness stand Monday during the Colonies public corruption trial. SAN BERNARDINO >> The San Bernardino County officials who each received $100,000 from a Rancho Cucamonga developer following a favorable $102 million settlement in 2006 were not promised the money as a bribe before the agreement was reached, a key prosecution witness testified Monday.

How Upland plans to improve transparency

Since April 10, the financially strapped city has been beta testing its online broadcast. It's a move toward improving transparency, officials say.

Yes, Heavy Earrings Can Permanently Stretch Out Your Earlobes

And if you regularly wear heavy earrings, over time they can potentially do some gnarly things to your earlobes. Case in point: Dr. Pimple Popper's recent "earlobe repair" video.

Defense attorney suggests Postmus giving coached testimony in Colonies corruption trial

A defense attorney suggested Wednesday that former San Bernardino County Supervisor Bill Postmus, accompanied in court by armed district attorney investigators, may be giving coached testimony about a $102 million settlement favorable to a Rancho Cucamonga developer in 2006 that prosecutors say was the result of bribes. Postmus was chairman of the Board of Supervisors when the settlement was reached with Colonies Partners LP.

From tower perch, air traffic controller watched Ontario airport take off

Bill Wheeler, as they used to say on "The Outer Limits," controlled the horizontal and the vertical. He was an air traffic controller at Ontario International Airport for more than 25 years, ending in 2010.

Upland High School Stadium Renovation To Begin This Summer

Upland, CA - The Upland Unified School District and the City of Upland today announced that renovation of the Upland High School Football stadium will begin in June with the installation of state-of-the-art playing surfaces and, ultimately, replacement of the facility's decades-old bleachers. The UUSD Board of Education this week approved the $1 million funding plan for the project's first phase - replacement of the football field turf and track surface - and starting the bid process for the bleacher renovation.

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