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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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Dennis Hansberger testimony in Colonies corruption case continues

SAN BERNARDINO >> Former San Bernardino County Supervisor Dennis Hansberger continued his testimony Thursday, Jan. 12, in the Colonies corruption trial, saying former county supervisors Bill Postmus and Paul Biane were anxious to settle the case in 2006, going against the advice of county attorneys. Biane is one of four defendants in the criminal case, and Postmus, initially a targeted defendant himself, struck a plea bargain with prosecutors in March 2011 and has agreed to testify against the four defendants in exchange for all but two of the charges against him being dropped.

DA releases names, photographs of men convicted of soliciting prostitutes

Two local men were among the seven defendants convicted of soliciting prostitutes listed in a San Bernardino County District Attorney's office news release Wednesday. As part of the DA's office "Stop the John" project, the office released the names and photographs of the men Wednesday, which included two local men, Larry Paul Rustad, 37, of Apple Valley, and Michael Flores, 29, of Victorville.

Dennis Hansberger, former San Bernardino County supervisor, first witness in Colonies trial

SAN BERNARDINO >> Former San Bernardino County Supervisor Dennis Hansberger took the witness stand Wednesday as the first witness called by prosecutors in San Bernardino County's Colonies corruption trial. Hansberger was one of two county supervisors who voted against the controversial $102 million settlement between the county and Upland investor group Colonies Partners LP in November 2006.

Defense attorney begins opening statement in Colonies corruption case

SAN BERNARDINO >> San Bernardino County, not a Rancho Cucamonga developer, resorted to extortion and coercion to get the developer's investment group, Colonies Partners LP, to fund and build a flood control basin, a defense attorney said Tuesday in Superior Court.

Upland facing more decisions on marijuana

Upland Mayor Debbie Stone, seated between council members Carol Timm and Gino Filippi, watch a short video during Monday's meeting. JOHN VALENZUELA - STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER UPLAND >> After the City Council banned all marijuana-related activities in October and voters turned down a measure that would have allowed for recreational use, residents might have assumed the issue of marijuana was settled.

RedlandsHow an encounter with a Redlands homeless man inspired Upland play 'Lyman'

A San Bernardino-based writer's play, "Lyman," began as a chance encounter with a Redlands homeless man who looked like her grandfather. Opening Jan. 20 at The Grove Theatre in Upland, Anne Johnstonbrown's play "tells the story of a man named Lyman and how the choices he makes impact his destiny, as well as the destinies of those around him," according to a news release.

Pomona adopts long-term plan to address homelessness

Volunteer Glenn Todd of Upland, helps set up a tent in the courtyard of the Pomona Armory on Dec. 7, 2016. The tent is part of the Winter Shelter Program for the homeless.

Prosecution delivers opening statements in Colonies trial for 3 other defendants

SAN BERNARDINO >> Just before voting to approve a $102 million settlement with Upland investor group Colonies Partners LP, a distraught and nervous Bill Postmus confided in a fellow San Bernardino County supervisor, telling her not to be pressured into settling, a prosecutor said Monday in San Bernardino Superior Court. Postmus was the chairman of the board at the time of the settlement, and he was in the office of Supervisor Josie Gonzales.

a Atmospheric rivera storm takes aim at Southern California

The CHP Incident Log showed flooding at 4:35 a.m. in the fast lane of the Glen Anderson Freeway at Nash Street in El Segundo. A rock slide about 5 a.m. caused flat tires for some vehicles at Las Virgenes and Piuma roads in Malibu.

How many did you get to? A smorgasbord of Inland Valley dining in 2016

As has become my custom, in 2016 yours truly roamed the Inland Valley, and beyond, trying out restaurants and writing up my findings for my blog. All told, my Restaurant of the Week feature had 47 entries last year, close to one per week.

Play based on life of homeless Redlands man to be presented at Grove Theatre in Upland

Opening Jan. 20 at The Grove Theatre in Upland, Anne Johnstonbrown's play "tells the story of a man named Lyman and how the choices he makes impact his destiny, as well as the destinies of those around him," according to a news release. The main character is based on a homeless man named Lyman, who Johnstonbrown said she met while pumping gas in Redlands.

Eight questions for eight candidates:?Abraham Prattella

Abraham Prattella is one of eight people running for Claremont City Council. A realtor and former pastor, Mr. Prattella has called Claremont home for more than 25 years.

Colonies corruption case called 'politically motivated'

Attorney Rajan Maline, representing defendant and former county Assistant Assessor Jim Erwin, told the jury of nine women and three men that the case was built on two district attorney's investigators who asked key witness and former Assistant Assessor of Support Services Adam Aleman leading questions until they elicited the responses they wanted. Maline said both Aleman and the prosecution's other key witness, former county Supervisor and county Assessor Bill Postmus, were not credible witnesses and were trying to avoid prison time by striking plea bargains with prosecutors and agreeing to cooperate in the investigation.

Why five cities in the Inland Valley needs to conserve even more water

The Water Facilities Authority's Ague de Lejos Treatment Plant in Upland is undergoing a $1.7 million improvement project. The plant provides drinking water to its member agency owners, which includes Upland, Chino, Chino Hills and Ontario as well as the Monte Vista Water District, which serves Montclair.

Colonies corruption trial to begin Wednesday in San Bernardino

A trial in San Bernardino County's Colonies corruption case begins Wednesday with opening statements for one of four defendants, former Assistant Assessor Jim Erwin, who will have his own jury. Erwin's trial is scheduled to start at 9:30 a.m. in San Bernardino Superior Court, 247 W. 3rd St. Opening statements in the trial for the other three defendants - Rancho Cucamonga developer Jeff Burum, former county Supervisor Paul Biane and Mark Kirk, former chief of staff for former county Supervisor Gary Ovitt - will begin at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in San Bernardino Superior Court.

A gym is moving into the old Upland Albertsons

Planet Fitness has entered into a sub-lease for a 21,178-square-foot retail space adjacent to Smart & Final Extra! at 1028 N. Mountain Ave. in Upland. UPLAND >> It may be an unusual pairing, but a new gym is slated to open mid-year right next to a grocery store.

It's a quiet week in Claremont but there's still fun to be had

ART MART Claremont hosts Art Mart today from 5 to 9 p.m. The free eclectic display and sale of local artisans' wares happens monthly at the Packing House, 532 W. First St. Shopping, art classes and dining are all part of the fun. More information is available via email at audsandends.sa@gmail.com.

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