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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
On vacation with the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Upland residents, Jim and Sue Smith recently visited Cape Town, South Africa; went on photo safaris at Kanana and Shinde Camps in the Okavango Delta, Botswana; and toured Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. The picture shown was taken at the Cape Town waterfront with the iconic Table Mountain in the background.

Tyler Hilinski, Washington State QB and Upland grad, dead from apparent suicide

Tyler Hilinski, a former Upland High School quarterback in line to be Washington State's starting signal caller in 2018, was found dead in his apartment on Tuesday, according to police. He was 21. In a statement, the Pullman Police Department said Hilinski died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.

The San Bernardino County Homeless Count Will Focus On Homeless Women

San Bernardino, CA - The 2018 San Bernardino County Point-In-Time Count will focus on the data-driven strategy of engaging unaccompanied homeless women with resources and placing those who are identified as high-risk into immediate temporary housing. "This year the San Bernardino County Homeless Partnership , as part of its continuing efforts to align with the national and local goal of ending homelessness, will be engaging unaccompanied homeless women as part of the annual PITC," said Tom Hernandez, Office of Homeless Services Officer.

Two arrested after vehicle chase through Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario

Two people are in jail after officials said they led authorities on a high-speed chase Wednesday, Jan. 10, in an alleged stolen vehicle through parts of Rancho Cucamonga and Ontario, the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department said. The incident happened Wednesday morning when deputies attempted to stop a stolen vehicle at 10:10 a.m. near 6th Street and Milliken Avenue, a Sheriff's news release said.

Upland makes it official: Vagnozzi named assistant city manager

UPLAND >> Jeannette Vagnozzi's title is now assistant city manager, not deputy city manager. The change might sound innocuous.

Cleaning his desk this year presents wads of trouble

Some 1935 newspaper pages that had been wadded up for decades as insulation were bequeathed to me. Um, thanks? Every year at this time I clear away some of the clutter on my desk from the previous year: clipped articles, notes to myself and more.

Inland breast cancer group inspired by those they help

Susan G. Komen Inland Empire works all year to assist in the fight against breast cancer throughout Riverside and San Bernardino counties. Susan G. Komen is best known as the national organization working to end breast cancer and raising funds through its annual Race for the Cure event.

Upland hospital donors provide Live Art Wall

San Antonio Regional Hospital has a legacy wall depicting community ties and those who made it happen - Frances Mary Paul, granddaughters/sisters Margaret Scott and Frances Randau and great granddaughters/sisters Sue Scott and Debra Scott Toux. Images of San Antonio Regional Hospital and its connection to the community show just how strong the relationship has been for more than 100 years.

Mafia leader got support from San Bernardino officials

The mayor and police chief of San Bernardino and a Superior Court judge wrote some very odd letters in 1969 on behalf of an Upland man accused of lying to the Grand Jury. Apparently touched by the quality of the man, their letters praised his community involvement and family life in asking the court to go easy on his sentencing.

2 men arrested after police pursuit in connection with shots into building

Two men are in jail after authorities say they fired into a building, then led police on a pursuit through the streets of Pomona, Montclair and Upland on Saturday, Dec. 30. Davon Adkins, 28, of Wilmington, who police say drove the vehicle during the pursuit, was arrested on suspicion of felony evading, shooting at an inhabited dwelling, possession of a firearm, battery of a peace officer and obstruction, according to a news release from Pomona Police Sgt. A. Bostrom.

Former paperboya s story delivered at yeara s end

Despite the ever-present need here to fill space, potential column items inevitably fall by the wayside. Before 2017 slips away, let me round up a few stragglers.

Upland authorities hope a Know Your Limita program will curtail DUI incidents

Upland Police Department unveiled a new DUI education program to executive staff and the city council on Tuesday, Dec. 26, 2017 outside Upland City Hall. A half of a police black/white and the other half a taxi cab will be out with traffic officers telling their audience which ride they want.

Upland man wanted in connection to series of Redlands vehicle burglaries arrested in Highland

An Upland man arrested in a stolen vehicle in Highland is suspected of a series of vehicle break-in in Redlands were several pieces of personal information were taken, San Bernardino County sheriff's officials said Tuesday. Around 10 a.m. Christmas morning, deputies from the Highland Station responded to a report of a stolen vehicle near the area of Fifth Street and Central Avenue, according to a news release.

Upland strikes pact to shutter illegal marijuana dispensary, $100,000 settlement

The California Cannabis Coalition members Randy Welty and Craig Beresh carry a completed petition containing 6,000 signatures from Upland registered voters for a medical marijuana initiative to the City of Upland on January 14, 2015. Come January 1, 2018 , he will shut down the illegal dispensary operation at 2085 W. Foothill Boulevard.

Pediatric playroom at San Antonio Regional Hospital gets an upgrade...

Santa Claus, along with San Bernardino County sheriff deputies from the West Valley Detention Center along with officers from both the Upland and Rancho Cucamonga police departments deliver a set of toys to San Antonio Regional Hospital pediatric patient Max Avila, 5, as his mother Wendy Meza looks on Thursday. The departments secured donations of televisions, toys, furniture, video games and other items which they delivered Thursday December 21, 2017 to the pediatric unit at San Antonio Regional Hospital in Upland.

Two arrested on suspicion of breaking into car at Evey Canyon

Roy Hernandez, a 30-year-old Montebello resident, and Monique Delgado, a 25-year-old Cypress resident, were apprehended after Mr. Hernandez tried to run away from police on foot through a north Upland neighborhood, according to Sgt. David DeMetz of the Claremont Police Department.

Officials were looking for David Martel, 41.

David Martel, 41, was living in a residential facility for offenders in Upland when he removed his electronic monitoring device and fled, according to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. A man living in a residence for criminal offenders in Upland removed his electronic monitoring device and was at large Tuesday, Dec. 19, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation said .

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