Rock Hill Church in Fontana has been very affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced a $196 million Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loan to the Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA).
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- UPDATE: Another nighttime curfew is announced in Fontana on June 3
- Hundreds gather for protest in Rancho Cucamonga on May 29
- Coronavirus outbreak is reported at Citrus Nursing Center in Fontana, county says
- Peaceful protest takes place in northwestern Fontana on June 1
- Protest erupts in downtown Fontana on May 28; nine persons are arrested, property damage is reported
- Fontana officers catch suspected car thief, but then get swarmed by bees after car hits tree
- UPDATE: Fontana has 594 coronavirus cases and 16 deaths as of June 3
- UPDATE: Another nighttime curfew is announced in Fontana on Thursday, June 4
- Drive-thru hand sanitizer program will be at Ontario Mills on May 30 and 31
- Officials condemn acts of violence which occurred during protest in Fontana on May 28
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