Gov. Gavin Newsom on March 27 issued an executive order banning the enforcement of eviction orders for renters affected by COVID-19 through May 31.
The coronavirus outbreak has been big business for scammers. First it was fake masks, then fake government grants, and now it’s fake COVID-19 tests.
Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on March 25 that financial institutions will provide major financial relief for millions of Californians suffering financially as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Times of operation for markets and stores in Fontana have been updated, with additional times being made available specifically for senior citizens to shop.
The UPS Store locations at 15218 Summit Avenue, 16155 Sierra Lakes Parkway, and 11251 Sierra Avenue in Fontana are designated by the state as "essential businesses" and remain open during the coronavirus crisis period.
Sandwich shops in Fontana and elsewhere are hurting because of the coronavirus pandemic, and that's why companies like Jimmy John's are trying to bring in customers with special offers.
In response to strong demand in stores, Walmart is hiring 150,000 new workers through the end of May, including more than 6,200 workers across California, to work in its stores, clubs, distribution centers and fulfillment centers.
The City of Fontana, in partnership with the Fontana Chamber of Commerce, recently began a "Fontana To- Go" menu of restaurants in the city that have ramped up their takeout and delivery options to serve residents during the coronavirus crisis.
In what was described as "truly an unprecedented turn of events," gasoline prices continued to plummet, according to GasBuddy.com.
The state's restrictions on businesses due to the coronavirus threat are causing immediate pain for many workers.
Albertsons and Vons agreed to raise wages temporarily for Southern California employees by $2 per hour, according to a union news release on March 19.
Due to the coronavirus threat, Fontana Water Company will not be turning water off residential service due to non-payment, at least until April 10, the company announced recently.
The West Valley Water District (WVWD) Board of Directors recently held an emergency meeting to ratify a proclamation declaring a local state of emergency due to the coronavirus disease pandemic.
The Fontana Chamber of Commerce will continue to function, but all of the upcoming events that were planned by the Chamber have been postponed due to concerns about the coronavirus.
Local market and grocery store times of operation have been changing to ensure that employees have time to restock shelves, sanitize, and clean facilities.
Gasoline prices are continuing to go down rapidly in Fontana and throughout the nation, according to GasBuddy.com.
Effective Sunday, March 15, all 169 Stater Bros. Markets locations will temporarily modify their operating hours to 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., the company announced on March 14.
San Bernardino County's unemployment rate was 3.9 percent in January, according to data released on March 13 by the California Employment Development Department (EDD) from two surveys.
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, a Colton-based hospital operated by San Bernardino County, is seeking to add a new medical center in northern Fontana, but those plans have temporarily been put on hold.
San Bernardino County Tax Collector Ensen Mason is reminding taxpayers that it is tax time, and out of an abundance of caution, he is strongly encouraging taxpayers to pay their property taxes online and avoid large public crowds. Other easy and convenient ways to pay include by telephone an…
Kaiser Permanente is contributing $1 million to 10 leading public health organizations and is collaborating with the CDC Foundation to strengthen the United States’ public health infrastructure and response systems to stop the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
In an effort to continue the improvement of financial responsibility and accountability standards at the West Valley Water District (WVWD), Board President Channing Hawkins announced a series of actions effective immediately.
Several economic indicators are looking positive in the Inland Empire, but the coronavirus threat is causing some concern among local manufacturing companies, according to a recent survey.
Dr. Ashley Zucker, who has served as chief of psychiatry for Kaiser Permanente San Bernardino County since 2016, has been appointed to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s newly established Behavioral Health Task Force.
Time for Change Foundation's (TFCF) 18th Annual Awards Gala, "Vision 20/20: Our Future is Crystal Clear!" will honor outstanding individuals and organizations that go above and beyond for the local community and serve as the bright lights that help those in need envision the path to a crysta…
A grand re-opening event was held for the newly-renovated Cascades Sonrise Apartments, previously known as Sonrise Senior Citizen Villa, on Feb. 26.
Assemblymember Eloise Gómez Reyes has partnered with Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County and the Office of State Controller Betty Yee to host a free tax assistance event in collaboration with VITA Day 2020.
Hanley Investment Group Real Estate Advisors announced on Feb. 25 that the firm has arranged the sale of the Sprouts Farmers Market at the Highland Village Shopping Center in northern Fontana.
Fontana High School's Nursing Assistant program recently had 49 students pass the State of California C.N.A. exam for certification and licensing.
Fontana Unified School District will be holding its inaugural Career Pathway Showcase, providing families with an interactive opportunity to learn about the array of career technical education (CTE) programs available in FUSD schools.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra has filed a lawsuit against the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the San Bernardino International Airport Authority (SBIAA), and Hillwood Enterprises, L.P. for their allegedly unlawful efforts to greenlight a large airport expansion project wi…
Twenty-eight K-12 schools and districts, as well as institutes of higher education, are scheduled to participate in the annual San Bernardino Countywide Teacher Recruitment Fair that will be held on Feb. 29 in San Bernardino.
Fontana Adult School and Fontana Unified’s Special Services Department will hold a college and career fair for the community on Tuesday, Feb. 25.
The Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA) recently held a dedication ceremony for the agency's award-winning, state-of-the-art Water Quality Laboratory.
SBCTA’s Transit Committee recently recommended that the voter-entrusted agency responsible for transportation planning in San Bernardino County conduct a formal, comprehensive study of transit alternatives to and from Ontario International Airport.
The City of Fontana will be celebrating Valentine's Day early by showing its love for Fontana residents and the development community with a Customer Appreciation Day on Thursday, Feb. 13.
Chaffey College students will receive training in advanced manufacturing thanks to a $100,000 grant from JPMorgan Chase and Co. to the Chaffey College Foundation.
Rep. Pete Aguilar recently announced that Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services (NPHS), a Rancho Cucamonga-based non-profit, received a federal grant of $525,000 from the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
In preparation for dental licensing exams, soon-to-graduate dentists from Loma Linda University School of Dentistry will screen for adult patients (18 and over) who need specific dental treatments, including fillings and cleanings.
Omnitrans is proposing implementation of its ConnectForward service plan, including route realignment, route elimination, and the creation of new routes, in September of this year.
Ontario International Airport (ONT) continued its run of impressive growth in 2019, welcoming 5.5 million air travelers for the year, the highest level in more than a decade, airport officials said.
Nonprofit health care system Kaiser Permanente announced on Jan. 17 it will be a first private sector contributor to California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s newly announced fund to combat homelessness in the state, committing $25 million to the effort.
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (ARMC) recently hosted several high school students in the Marketing, Nutrition Services and Medical Imaging departments.
The West Valley Water District Board of Directors held a special meeting to review and scrutinize professional services contracts on Jan. 9.
The Los Angeles Boat Show will return to Pomona Jan. 9-12 to showcase hundreds of brand new and brokerage vessels just in time for the 2020 boating season.