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Colton is located in southeastern California in San Bernardino County. The city is named in honor of the Civil War General David Colton, who was also the Vice President of the Southern Pacific Railroad Company. Notable residents of the city of Colton have included rapper 40 Glocc, frontier lawmen Wyatt and Virgil Earp, musician Jim Messina (Buffalo Springfield, Loggins & Messina), famous tattoo artist Kat Von D (LA Ink) and baseball player Kit Carson.
Local Newspapers: Big Bear Grizzly Chino-Chino Hills champion Fontana Herald News
Local Sports Teams: San Bernadino Stampede
Local Colleges: Keller Graduate School of Management Inland Empire-Colton Center
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Towns/Cities near colton, california : San Bernardino Fontana Rialto Redlands Loma Linda Highland
Roaches and very persistent rats: San Bernardino County restaurant closures, July 6-12
Here are the restaurants and other food facilities closed by health inspectors in San Bernardino County between July 6 and 12, 2018, according to the county's Department of Public Health. If no reopening date is mentioned, the department had not listed that facility as reopened as of this publication.Redlands wedding for Christiana Smith, Will Hardy
The bride is the daughter of Tom and Sue Smith of the Reche Canyon area of Colton. The groom is the son of Bill and Sue Hardy of Redlands.Colton leaders mull ballot measure to reduce the number of council members
An initiative in Colton to reduce the number of council members will be discussed by city leaders Tuesday, July 10, the first step toward including it on the November ballot. Broached earlier this year as a cost-cutting move, the measure proposes downsizing the City Council from seven representatives to five .San Bernardino: Mitla Cafe
Patricia Martinez, who has worked at Mitla Cafe for around 25 years, walks through the kitchen on Wednesday, June 27, 2012 in San Bernardino. The restaurant is celebrating its 75th anniversary.Colton man arrested after allegedly pimping girl at Redlands motel
According to a Redlands police news release, Mancia-Mejia met the girl online in May and identified himself as 17-year-old "Albert Mann." That's when police say Mancia-Mejia posted compromising photos on the website Craigslist, to arrange for men to have sex with the girl.The Inland Empire Women's Business Center Hosts 7 Stages of Business Growth
Colton, Calif. - You are going along with your life minding your own business and then suddenly, out of nowhere a Million Dollar Idea drops into your head.High school name upsets Grand Terrace residents
The Colton school board voted 5-1 on Thursday to name Grand Terrace's new high school after longtime Colton resident Ray Abril, Jr. The vote upset many Grand Terrace residents who waged a grass-roots campaign to name the school after their city. "I wish they would have gone with the will of the people," said Ed Gregor, a retired Bloomington High School teacher who lives in Grand Terrace.'Housing opportunities': Church to build apartment complex on Hesperia Road
The City Council approved a zoning amendment that will allow Spirit Filled Family Church to construct apartments on church-owned property. On Tuesday, the Council discussed and approved the agenda item unanimously after the Planning Commission had recommended the ordinance change before handing it over to the Council for a decision.The weekslong operation targeted fireworks that explode, shoot into the air or move along the ground.
San Bernardino County firefighters load fireworks into a trailer. A county task force confiscated almost 31,000 pounds of illegal fireworks and issued 121 citations in an operation spanning several weeks, the Fire Department said July 3, 2018.The Inland Empire's best ghost stories
It's Halloween, a time when we are reminded that the Inland Empire is a frightful place, and not just because we have howling winds and roaring fires and jarring earthquakes and campaigning politicians. The Inland Empire has some of the oldest cities, cemeteries, hospitals, hotels, theaters, churches, public buildings and houses in California, dating back to Wild West days.Highland man sought in connection with wife's slaying
A man wanted for allegedly killing his estranged wife is believed to have dumped his car at a local bus depot before fleeing to Mexico, authorities said. An all-points bulletin went out to Southern California law enforcement Sunday night after San Bernardino County sheriff's detectives named 31-year-old Jesus Macedo as the primary suspect.Armed parolee faces off with SWAT at SB liquor store
A parolee wearing body armor and a ballistics helmet and carrying a gun in each hand faced off with SWAT for three hours Monday after barricading himself inside a liquor store. Police say Ronnie Joseph Paez, 27, walked into SB Market & Liquor at the corner of South Rancho Avenue and Mill Street about 9:30 a.m. holding a rifle and a stolen handgun.Rialto father denies killing his 5-year-old son
Miguel Castaneda Sr., 29, is in custody after his 5-year-old son stopped breathing and died early Tuesday with severe, visible injuries from suspected child abuse, according to Rialto police. The Rialto father accused of killing his 5-year-old son pleaded not guilty to murder charges Thursday, court records show.Cockroaches and rodents: San Bernardino County restaurant closures and reopenings, June 21-28
Here are the restaurants and other food facilities closed by health inspectors in San Bernardino County between June 21 and 28, 2018, according to the county's Department of Public Health. If no reopening date is mentioned, the department had not listed that facility as reopened as of this publication.Colton psychiatrist accused of having sex with patients
A Colton psychiatrist surrendered his license to practice medicine on Friday after being accused of having sex with patients and wrongfully prescribing drugs to patients with histories of drug abuse. Gurmeet Singh Multani, who has been a licensed doctor since 1990, turned over his license to the state medical board.North Orange County split in district attorney race voting
Voters fill out ballots at Sierra Vista Baptist Church in Colton on Tuesday, June 5. Voters in Yorba Linda and other north county cities will play key roles in choosing winners in two important contests in the November election: the bad-blood battle between Todd Spitzer and Tony Rackauckas for district attorney and the race to replace Ed Royce in Congress. Particularly important in both races will be the selections made by registered voters who did not cast a June 5 primary election ballot, but who will turn out for the Nov. 6 general election.Shooter sought after bicyclist gunned down in Bloomington
San Bernardino County sheriff's homicide detectives are seeking clues to the identity of a person who shot and killed a bicyclist from a passing vehicle on Sunday, June 24, in Bloomington. The shooting happened about 7:30 p.m. in the area of 13th Street and Pepper Avenue, a sheriff's news release said.
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