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The city of Corona, meaning "crown" in Spanish, is located in southeastern California. Corona was founded during the peak of the citrus boom that took place in Southern California in the 1880s. The city is located in the upper end of the Santa Ana River Canyon which is the only significant pass through the Santa Ana Mountains. During the citrus boom, the city of Corona boasted the title of "The Lemon Capital of the World. "

Population: 124966
Local Newspapers: Riverside Press-Enterprise Arcadia Weekly Claremont Courier San Gabriel Valley Tribune Sierra Madre Weekly
Local Sports Teams: LA Avengers LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings LA Sparks
Local Colleges: HIS University

Zip Codes associated with corona, california: 91752 92879 92880 92881 92882 92883
Towns/Cities near corona, california : El Cerrito Home Gardens Norco Chino Hills Woodcrest

Corona News
CSUNa s Trevor Casanova finding success on diamond after short detour

Cal State Northridge junior catcher Trevor Casanova's hands tell the story of a man who has seen considerable change in his life. They are rough, calloused and full of character.

10 Women Recognized by Local Entrepreneurial Training Series

Riverside, Ca . - The Inland Empire Women's Business Center at Cal State San Bernardino has recognized 10 female entrepreneurs for their accomplishments as part of the IEWBC/Citibank "It's Your Time: an Entrepreneurial Training Series for Women" program.

RIVERSIDE: Mariachi Festival

Visitors admire art on display in the historic boat house at Fairmount Park during the Mariachi Festival on Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012.

What to expect from distributed I/O

Kuka Robotics is a global automation powerhouse. One hundred and twenty years after it was founded in Bavaria, Germany, in 1898, Kuka's annual sales are around $3 billion and its workforce totals more than 12,000 worldwide.

Driver leads authorities on chase from Anaheim into Inland Empire

A suspect in a black Camry with a stolen license plate fled from an attempted traffic stop in Anaheim Monday, beginning a pursuit that stretched into Riverside and San Bernardino counties. Police attempted to pull the driver over at 12:10 p.m. near Harbor Boulevard and the 91 Freeway, but the motorist kept going, Anaheim police Sgt.

Corona Police Officer Going Beyond To Serve Big Brothers Big Sisters

Corona, Ca - Jessica Carbajal turned rebellious in high school until she met a mentor who showed her how to set goals for her future. Now a cop at Corona Police Department, Jessica signed up as a Big Sister because she understands firsthand the impact a positive mentor can have on a child's life.

Letter: California's mandate could make solar even less economical

I recently came to the same conclusion myself when investigating a retrofit. Panels and batteries are currently too expensive and inefficient.

The Woman's Improvement Club of Corona presented the scholarships at a May 10 dinner

The Woman's Improvement Club of Corona recently presented scholarships to graduating seniors from eight high schools in the Corona-Norco Unified School District. Scholarship recipients are Gabriela Gomez, Centennial High School; Yerin Kim and Nichole Knight, Corona High School; Noor Nindra and Marne Waterman, John F. Kennedy High School; Griselda Hilario, Lee Pollard High School; Lorelie Copp and Michelle Ho, Norco High School; Alexia Castillo and Jessica Terrazas, Orange Grove High School; Ernesto Lara and Nidia Rojas del Real, Eleanor Roosevelt High School; and Guadalupe Palacios and Kaityln Gandara, Santiago High School.

Corona-Norco schools trustee wins Latina Advocate Award

Hispanas Organized for Political Equality honored Ybarra for her leadership and community service. Assemblywoman Sabrina Cervantes, D-Riverside, nominated Ybarra.

Rep. Calvert introduces rider to spending bill banning lawsuits against Delta Tunnels

John McManus, Executive Director of the Golden Gate Salmon Association that represents sport and commercial salmon fishermen and related businesses, said salmon and other West Coast fish species "will be wiped out if the current version of the tunnels is built, which is why GGSA and allies are already in court calling for a fair legal review." Representative Ken Calvert of Riverside County , who has received numerous campaign contributions from engineering and construction firms, bottled water companies, and developers, has introduced an alarming rider to federal draft spending bill that would ban state or federal lawsuits against Governor Jerry Brown's Delta Tunnels project.

A Day in Paradise at Glen Ivy Hot Springs

Life can get hectic with work, school, traffic or kids. When this happens one must remember the importance of keeping the mind, body, and soul in good form.

Riverside County congressman wants to ban lawsuits challenging California water tunnels

A Riverside County congressman wants to ban environmental lawsuits challenging a plan to build two gigantic tunnels to divert water from the north to the thirsty south. Rep. Ken Calvert, R-Corona, inserted the ban in a 142-page draft of an Interior Department spending bill for fiscal 2019 that he released Tuesday, the Sacramento Bee reported.

How many IEC 61131-3 languages do I need?

Kuka Robotics is a global automation powerhouse. One hundred and twenty years after it was founded in Bavaria, Germany, in 1898, Kuka's annual sales are around $3 billion and its workforce totals more than 12,000 worldwide.

Hear Mariachi Corona de Angeles at Library Days in Redlands

"Celebrating California's Rancho Heritage" is theme of the seventh annual Library Days to be held 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, May 19, in and around the A.K. Smiley Public Library in Redlands. The event, made possible by the financial support of a donor, is designed to attract both longtime supporters and new or lapsed patrons into checking out what the Smiley Library has to offer.

Corona man dies, his father wounded in shooting near Corona High School

Corona police are investigating a shooting that killed a man and wounded his father Sunday night, according to a police news release. Police received a call of gunshots fired around 8:45 p.m. on the 1200 block of West 10th Street, according to a Corona police news release.

Pedestrian dies after being struck by vehicle in Corona

Police and fire personnel responded shortly before 11 a.m. to the 500 block of North Lincoln Avenue and found a man in his mid-30s was in the roadway, had been struck by a vehicle and died at the scene, according to Corona police news release. The driver and a passenger in the vehicle were not injured.

Ninth Circuit Holds That Evidence Supporting Class Certification Need Not Be Admissible

LEXIS 11497 , a three judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit reversed a district court's decision to deny class certification to a group of nurses. The Ninth Circuit did so based on its holding that the district court should have considered evidence that would be inadmissible at trial under the Federal Rules of Evidence when it decided class certification.

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