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Covina, a small city, is located in southwestern California, only 22 miles east of Los Angeles. When the city was incorporated in 1901 the city's slogan was coined: "One Mile Square and All There," which depicts the area of the city, only about one square mile. Covina is the smallest city in area in the United States. The name "Covina" is derived from the Spanish word for vineyard. Several movies have been filmed in Covina including parts of the Roswell TV series, High School USA starring Michael J Fox, and the Bohemian Rhapsody scene from Wayne's World.

Population: 44837
Local Newspapers: Daily Variety Investor's Business Daily La Opinion LA Weekly Los Angeles Downtown News Los Angeles Independent Los Angeles Times New Times Los Angeles
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings UCLA Bruins USC Trojans
Local Colleges: American Graduate University

Zip Codes associated with covina, california: 91722 91723 91724
Towns/Cities near covina, california : Vincent Charter Oak Azusa Glendora San Dimas Diamond Bar Pomona Baldwin Park Walnut Valley

Covina News
Live 60 Freeway closure blog: Traffic updates, alternate routes

Update: a.m.: "It is still pretty bad out there," according to CHP Officer Francisco Villalobos. "It's not going to be your typicial Friday light this morning.

West Covina gets an early taste of Porto's Bakery and Cafe

Porto's Bakery and Cafe was a smash hit at its first appearance at the West Covina Farmers Market last Saturday. Locals in West Covina who can't wait until fall when Porto's Bakery and Cafe is expected to open in the city can get a sneak peak of what the popular Cuban bakery has to offer at the city's Farmers Market every Saturday for the next three months.

Without across-the-board cuts, West Covina projects $7.2 million budget deficit

Despite adjustments to the city's draft 2018-19 fiscal year budget, West Covina still projects a $7.2 million budget shortfall. The city council reviewed the latest draft budget at its meeting Monday.

West Covina eliminates pay for elected City Clerk, Treasurer

In a move that could lead to the elimination of two positions, the West Covina City Council voted Monday to eliminate pay for its elected City Clerk and Treasurer. Since 1981, the City Clerk had been paid $150 per month, and the Treasurer had received the same amount since 2016.

West Covina police officer shoots, injures man in La Puente

A West Covina police officer police officer shot a man Monday night after a short pursuit in the 1300 block of Sandy Hook Avenue in La Puente. A West Covina police officer police officer shot a man Monday night after a short pursuit in the 1300 block of Sandy Hook Avenue in La Puente.

Service held for CHP officer who died in freeway crash

There were tears, of course. Small tears brushed gently away by mourners lingering over photos from happier times.

Police: 21-year-old driver arrested after striking pedestrian in West Covina

A 56-year-old woman walking on in West Covina was seriously injured when she was struck by a 21-year-old driver who then wound up crashing through a retaining wall Thursday morning, authorities said. Dominic Juian Orozco of La Puente was taken to a nearby hospital with minor injuries, and once released, was arrested on suspicion of felony hit-and-run and on suspicion of driving under the influence of marijuana, said Lt.

AltaPacific Bancorp Increases Share Repurchase Program

The Company's repurchase program was originally announced on May 4, 2012. Since that date, the Company has invested approximately $14.6 million to repurchase and retire approximately 1,348,000 shares of its common stock at an average price of $10.85 per share.

AudioCon-June in SoCal Saturday & Sunday

Following the last-minute cancellation of the 2018 Los Angeles Audio Show, scheduled to be held this coming weekend in Irvine, two Southern California audio retailers have stepped into the breach with AudioCon-June. Jason Lord of The Source A/V Design Group 534-9900) and Sunil Merchant of Sunny's Components 966-6259) are holding weekend-long free events.

Kounalakis, Hernandez finish top two in tight CA lieutenant

In this April 17, 2018, file photo, Eleni Kounalakis, Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor in the 2018 California primary election, speaks during a debate sponsored by the Sacramento Press Club in Sacramento, Calif. She finished with a slight lead in the early voting totals for the election held Tuesday, June 5, 2018.

San Jose: Motorcyclist dies after crashing into tractor-trailer

The collision was reported on Monterey Road, near Stauffer Boulevard, about 10:45 a.m., said San Jose police officer Gina Tepoorten. Get breaking news with our free mobile app.

West Covina police find hundreds of marijuana plants in home after responding to burglary report

West Covina police responded to a call about a potential burglary Tuesday and wound up finding hundreds of marijuana plants in a house on North Hartley Avenue, authorities said. Police responded about 1:30 p.m. to the 200 block of North Hartley Avenue to investigate a possible burglary, said West Covina police Lt.

Two challengers in sheriff's race hope to buck tradition. One is...

Retired Sheriff's Cmdr. Bob Lindsey, campaigning Friday at Nkechi African cafe in Inglewood, has more money behind him than the incumbent in the race for L.A. County sheriff.

District Attorney: Azusa police detective had affair with suspect's...

An Azusa police detective mishandled evidence in 10 cases and had an affair with a robbery suspect's wife, according to district attorney's documents obtained last week. The detective, Terry Henson, resigned abruptly in May 2010 after he was caught by Azusa officers spending five hours with the suspect's wife in a San Dimas hotel room while he was on duty, according to the district attorney's memorandum and court records.

Two challengers in sheriff's race hope to buck tradition. One is...

Retired Sheriff's Cmdr. Bob Lindsey, campaigning at Nkechi African cafe in Inglewood on June 1, 2018, has more money behind him in the race for Los Angeles County Sheriff than the incumbent does.

West Covina signs agreement safeguarding future of golf course at former BKK Landfill

City officials are scrambling to save a proposed 18-hole golf course long planned for a former landfill site, despite economic challenges facing the city and the sport. In light of recently passed state legislation that could limit future redevelopment projects, the city and the West Covina Community Development Commission signed a City Council-approved implementation agreement last month preserving their right to create a 180-acre golf course on a portion of the former BKK Landfill site, which the city purchased in 2002.

How Montebelloa s acting city manager balanced its budget

The Montebello City Council Wednesday voted to hire Andrew Pasmant, the former West Covina city manager who retired about five years ago, as acting city manager to take the place of Francesca Tucker-Schuyler who is on paid administrative leave.. Pasmant announced at a special study session Thursday this year's budget, which was expected to rely on the use of $4.2 million in reserves, now projects a $2.1 million surplus.

Claremonters have plenty of options to cast votes on June 5

Many Claremont voters are preparing to officially weigh in on Measure SC, among other initiatives and candidates, on Tuesday, June 5. Shelley Desautels, Claremont's city clerk, said the city will provide 11 polling locations Tuesday to its 21,219 registered voters, of whom 10,058 are on permanent vote-by-mail status. This special municipal election - which cost the city about $55,000 after approval by the council on February 27 - includes primaries for the US Senate and House as well as state seats for the legislature, governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general and secretary of state.

Auction company accused of fraud

Authorities suspect an auction company that sold surplus government vehicles had a history of ripping off customers, which included many cities in the San Gabriel Valley. Industry-based Nationwide Auction Systems and its owner David Nelson face 18 counts of vehicle code violations, including failing to pay its clients, said Department of Motor Vehicles spokesman Armando Botello.

Pat Sullivan's Talk About Town

"Shake, Rattle and Roll," this year's version of the annual Covina Sunrise Rotary event that is a major fundraiser for the Santa Clothes project, was a huge success with a far larger crowd than I have seen before. There were more food vendors and of, course, naughty boy, George Patterson, insisted that I eat dessert first - my waistline thanks you.

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