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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

Upland News
Three arrested in beating of 58-year-old man in Upland

UPLAND >> Three people are in custody for their alleged roles in an assault on a 58-year-old man who was found unconscious and not breathing Tuesday in the 1400 block of East Foothill Boulevard, the Upland Police Department said in a statement Friday. Ricardo Mendez, 36, of Upland, was arrested at his residence without incident Wednesday on suspicion of attempted murder, the statement said.

80 kinds of cinnamon rolls coming to Victoria Gardens when Sweet Dough opens

Sweet Dough is pushing to open in Rancho Cucamonga shopping center's food court on Monday, Nov. 20, according to Louis Hohl, co-owner with his wife Lakiesha. The bakery, which is moving from Upland, makes 80-100 kinds of rolls.

City of Hope, San Antonio Regional Hospital break ground on $30M project

San Antonio Regional Hospital President and CEO Harris Koenig puts on a helmet prior to a ground breaking ceremony across the street from the Upland hospital for the to be constructed City of Hope Cancer Center Tuesday November 14, 2017. San Antonio Regional Hospital's new $30 million, 60,000-square-foot ambulatory care center is a step closer to reality.

Why Upland is replacing its police body cameras after 3 years

Incoming Upland Mayor, Debbie Stone listens to a presentation before the oath of office ceremony at the Upland City Council meeting, Monday, Dec. 12, 2016. UPLAND >> Looking to replace faulty and outdated body-worn cameras for its police force, the Upland City Council unanimously agreed to spend $240,000 over a five-year period.

Candidates and Others Can Now Learn How to Find Illegal Votes

UPLAND, Calif: "How to Find and Eliminate Illegal Votes" is a newly published election handbook aimed at teaching others how to find illegal voter registrations. It was authored by Jackie and Bruce Nutting and released in October 2016.

Upland man accused of fatally shooting woman, leading police on pursuit charged with murder

Thomas Sanford Hill, 58, was arrested on suspicion of murder after Upland police say he shot a woman then led authorities on a pursuit that ended near Gorman. Thomas Sanford Hill was charged in West Valley Superior court Monday, according to court documents.

In 1931, Albert Einstein praised the efforts in a speech at CalTech in Pasadena.

In the summer of 1926, an experimental beam of light pierced the night sky between two precisely measured peaks in the San Gabriel Mountains, and science history was made. Virtually unseen by the major population centers below, the beam was the key element of Dr. Albert A. Michelson's revolutionary experiments to accurately measure the speed of light.

Former Upland police captain sues ex-chief, city

Former Upland police Capt. Anthony Yoakum, who was dismissed by the city, has sued former Upland Police Chief Brian Johnson and the city, alleging Johnson gave confidential personnel information about Yoakum and made false statements about his performance to other law enforcement agencies.

Upland shooting suspect, 58, was in relationship with victima s 21-year-old daughter, police say

Thomas Sanford Hill, 58, was arrested on suspicion of murder after Upland police say he shot a woman, then led authorities on a 100-mile pursuit that ended near Gorman. A long-running argument over a 58-year-old Upland man's relationship with his neighbor's 21-year-old daughter may have led to the shooting that killed the 60-year-old mother , Upland police officials said.

Honoring veterans, beekeeping and Shakespeare a " things to do in the Inland Valley this weekend

Ontario Chaffey Community Show Band will present "Veterans - Our National Treasure" on Monday, Nov. 13, 2017. Veterans Day ceremony: The city of Upland will honor military veterans at its third annual Veterans Day ceremony at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Upland Veterans Monument Plaza, at the southeast corner of Euclid Avenue and Arrow Highway.

On vacation with the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

John and Karen Atwater of Rancho Cucamonga took the Daily Bulletin on their first trip to Hawaii. In Honolulu on the Island of Oahu they visited the "Rainbow Tower" Hilton Hotel, the site of famous local artist Millard Sheets' tallest mural.

Murder Suspect Taken Into Custody After Wild Police Chase

A murder suspect led police on a wild chase Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017 from Upland to Gorman after police found a woman shot to death near Upland High School. A murder suspect was taken into custody Wednesday after leading police on a wild pursuit from the Inland Empire to the Grapevine.

With veteran cop as interim police chief, Upland seeks to regain footing

Doug Millmore greets well-wishers Monday after an Upland City Council meeting in which he was named interim police chief. When I parked outside Upland City Hall on Monday afternoon, who should call out my name but Councilman Gino Filippi, who was crossing D Street while pushing a walker.

All soldiers gave some, some gave all

We all should mark the annual Veterans Day remembrance on Saturday by paying tribute to all that have worn military uniforms and faced the country's enemies and challenges. I thought it was worth taking a look at the archives to talk about a few of these for the Inland Empire, all heroes who may not have received full recognition for their service.

Police discover 30 car keys, stolen car at motel

Officers responded to the Brighton park apartments at 1415 Morton Circle around 3 a.m. on a call for two suspicious subjects, according to Sgt. David DeMetz of the Claremont Police Department.

Upland California Veterans Day Ceremony

Upland, Calif. - Upland will honor military veterans for their service at the city's third annual Veterans Day ceremony at the Upland Veterans Monument Plaza on Veterans Day.

Ontario girl killed on way to school remembered as always smiling,...

In the days leading up to Halloween, Grethel Torres told her mother's best friend she wanted to dress up as an angel. "She told me she wanted to be an angel," said Teresa Nieto, of the 13-year-old whom Nieto had grown to consider as a daughter.

Upland moves forward on 318-unit residential project

UPLAND >> A 318 residential-unit project on 31 acres in the north end of town, which has been in the works for the last 12 years, is closer to completion now that city leaders amended an agreement with the developer. SC Baldy View, an entity of Lewis Group of Companies, had asked that the city establish separate development agreements for two housing tracts in the project which is south of Foothill Boulevard, north of 11th Street, east of Monte Vista Avenue and west of Dewey Way.

Stacy Blackstone Honored By Inland Valley Recovery Services

UPLAND, Calif. - Inland Valley Recovery Services in Upland recently honored the organization's former Chief Executive Officer Stacy Blackstone for her longtime service as the leader of the addiction recovery institute.

Earlier this month Upland leaders decided when the City Council seats would be placed on the ballot.

City Councilwoman Janice Elliott during the oath of office ceremony at the Upland City Council meeting, Monday, Dec. 12, 2016. UPLAND >> Earlier this month city leaders here took steps that could make it more likely for a Latino to be elected to the City Council.

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