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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

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The Supreme Court of California has given itself more time to decide...

Outdoor strains of marijuana are displayed by the collective Humbolt Honey during the Kush Expo at the Anaheim Convention Center. The Supreme Court of California has given itself more time to decide whether it will grant or deny Upland's petition to reconsider the higher court's decision regarding the initiative process and its availability to impose taxes.

Ontario Show Band finds temporary home close at hand

The Ontario/Chaffey Community Show Band, seen here in May, opens its season Monday. With Chaffey High's Gardiner Spring Auditorium under renovation, the Ontario/Chaffey Community Show Band , which uses the historic space as its home, will be on the move - but it won't be going far.

Inland scouts honor 9/11 anniversary with flag retirement ceremony

Eagle Scout Logan Roldan, 16, of Troop 608 in Upland, holds a framed 911 Memorial Boy Scout patches from New York, as they retire a US Flag during a flag retirement event honoring September 11, at the Boy Scouts of America Troop 301 Scout House in Ontario, CA., Monday, September 11, 2017. More than 150 boy and girl scouts from Inland Valley communities took part in an annual flag retirement ceremony Monday evening, the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack.

A "rally for love" celebrated Saturday after the cancellation of an "America First" rally in Upland.

Gustavo Ramirez, 45, of Rancho Cucamonga, sets up signs during the unity rally A'United4Love2A' on Saturday, September 9, 2017 at Upland Memorial Park in Upland, Ca. UPLAND >> What started as a counter-protest to a right-wing rally went forward Saturday as a victory march, with more than 50 people celebrating the cancellation of the conservatives' gathering.

Upland resident sprays homeless man with weedkiller, pulls out gun

UPLAND >> An Upland man who was cleaning up the onramp of the 10 Freeway near Mountain Avenue got into an altercation with homeless individuals , spraying weed killer on them and later pulling out a gun, police said. A dispute broke out when the homeless men noticed the man was removing their belongings, said Upland Police Capt.

Gold Line extension perfect project for cap-and-trade funds

A Metro Gold Line train rolls down the track in February 2016. We've long considered Gov. Jerry Brown's high-speed rail to be an unaffordable project that drains way too much money away from things that should be much higher priorities for California.

Marijuana dispute upends Prop. 218 provision

When the city of Upland had its day in front of the California Supreme Court, the clear winner was the Law of Unintended Consequences. The city's dispute with the California Cannabis Collection over when a marijuana initiative should appear on an election ballot wound up blowing a hole in Proposition 218, the measure that requires a two-thirds vote for passage of local special taxes.

High Desert pair arrested in Upland with Fontana residentsa mail

Two High Desert residents were cited and released early Tuesday after they were found in Upland with several pieces of mail addressed to people living in Fontana, officials said. Russell Moore, 24, of Hesperia and Tessie Nethery, 26, of Apple Valley were arrested on suspicion of possession of burglary tools and on outstanding warrants following a traffic stop in Upland about 3 a.m. Tuesday, according to a Fontana police statement and booking records.

Did the California Supreme Court really make taxes easier to pass?

A court ruling suggested that tax increases through ballot initiatives should only need a majority vote for approval. But there likely will be more litigation to sort that out.

Here we go again: California does the Taxes Two-Step

First, state judges find a loophole in California's constitutional bulwark against new, higher taxes. Then conservative legislators and anti-tax activists rush in to patch the hole with a new ballot proposition.

Hinson Clutch Components 2018 Rider Support Enrollment

Upland, CA Hinson Clutch Components is now accepting resumes for the 2018 rider support season. Apply now to ensure you get in before our budget is full.

5 arrested on suspicion of operating illegal medical marijuana dispensary

Five people were arrested Friday, Sept. 1, on suspicion of illegally operating a medical marijuana dispensary in Upland, police officials said.

A grand occasion: Sisters celebrate nearly three centuries of life

Three sisters, with a combined life span of nearly 300 years, will celebrate a very special day this Labor Day weekend. Known by their family as the "Beautiful Bernardi Sisters," 98-year-old Ida Rios of Hesperia, 97-year-old Eve Patrick of Murrieta and 96-year-old Anne Patrick of Upland will celebrate their birthdays on Saturday.

Drive sober this Labor Day weekend a " or get pulled over, police say

As people prepare for the long Labor Day weekend, law enforcement authorities are also gearing up to keep impaired drivers off the roadways - and waterways - across the Inland Empire. Upland is among several cities, including Riverside, Pomona, Corona, Fontana and Redlands, that have been participating in the high-visibility national enforcement campaign, Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over, which kicked off Aug. 18 and will conclude Monday, Sept.

Colonies jury repudiates a slow-motion prosecution

"Quick" didn't apply to anything else about the seemingly endless Colonies corruption case. But the main jury brought back its verdicts in the relative blink of an eye.

This Supreme Court ruling imperils every California taxpayer

Earlier this week the California Supreme Court issued a stunning decision which imperils every California taxpayer. At issue is whether taxes proposed by special interests using the local initiative process have to comply with taxpayer protections set forth in Proposition 218, the Right to Vote on Taxes Act, a Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association sponsored statewide measure approved by California voters in 1996.

Denver and Diamond: Tribute to a 70s hit makers in Rancho Cucamonga

Jim Curry, left, and Jack Wright present "Denver & Diamond: Tribute to the Hit Makers" on Saturday night in Rancho Cucamonga. They helped define a decade of popular music - the poetic and passionate songs of John Denver and Neil Diamond, two of America's biggest hit song writers of the 1970s.

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