Most of the Fourth of July events that had originally been planned this year in San Bernardino County -- including the traditional celebration in Fontana -- have been called off due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The City of Fontana's Community Services Department is continuing its mission to help keep residents energized and healthy despite the challenges created by the coronavirus crisis.
Regal has announced plans for the reopening of all of its movie theaters, including the large one outside the Ontario Mills Mall, starting Friday, July 10, the company said in a news release.
The Fontana Unified School District's graduating seniors of 2020 have received some very memorable shout-outs from prominent celebrities -- including hometown hero Sammy Hagar.
It will be a bummer of a summer for many Fontana residents, because the city's traditional events have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Many children have enjoyed participating in the City of Fontana's Summer Camps each year, and the city wants to continue providing a positive experience for kids in 2020 -- but in a completely different format.
San Manuel Casino in Highland will reopen to the general public with the implementation of a new health and safety plan at noon on Monday, June 15, the casino announced on June 5.
- Deputies seek public's help in identifying man and woman who stole piggy bank
- Fontana DMV office closes down on June 29 after employee tests positive for COVID-19
- New 840 area code will be added to 909; phone customers must soon dial 1 plus area code plus number for all calls
- Bars must close again in San Bernardino County
- Two teens are arrested in connection with robbery in Rancho Cucamonga
- Police search for man who crashed his car into an unoccupied vehicle
- Coronavirus testing is for everyone, county health officials say
- Fontana man is arrested for allegedly shooting security guard
- Safe and Sane fireworks can be sold in Fontana this week
- Woman is arrested for allegedly looting during night of unrest in San Bernardino on May 31
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Tailgate Fest, a large concert which had been planned at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana this summer, has been canceled, organizers said on June 5.
Morongo Casino, Resort and Spa in Cabazon will be opening on Friday, May 22, but San Manuel Casino in Highland will remain closed for now.
Officials at the San Bernardino National Forest have made the decision to open the following developed recreation sites beginning May 22:
For just the second time in its nearly 100-year history, the Los Angeles County Fair at the Pomona Fairplex will go on a hiatus, with no spin of the ferris wheel, no farm filled with animals and no legendary bands in the grandstand this September.
A film featuring the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Honor Guard and its emotional tribute to fallen peace officers recently received an Emmy nomination for best documentary.
With stay-at-home orders still in place, San Bernardino County residents are hungry for information and entertainment sources that can educate and amuse.
As he gets ready to graduate, Freddy Heredia can look back on many positive memories of his high school years -- including his musical performance on a nationwide television show.
In an effort to support the Fontana community during the stay-at-home period due to COVID-19, the City of Fontana Community Services Department is providing health and wellness, educational, and recreational resources and services geared toward all ages and abilities.
Valerie Abundis enjoys teaching her Sequoia Middle School students the right answers to academic questions, but on April 20, she and her family members were the ones who provided the "No. 1 answers" on a popular TV game show.
Sammy Hagar is a fun-loving, outgoing rock and roll star, so it's been rather irritating to him to be confined at home for the past month due to the state's restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Fontana High School graduate Daniel Hendrick has built a long and distinguished career as a world-renowned opera singer.
Teachers and students at Canyon Crest Elementary School in Fontana were disappointed because the planned "wave parade" through the local neighborhood was called off this past week due to health concerns associated with the coronavirus.
All ski resorts and snow play areas in San Bernardino County have been closed to protect public health during the coronavirus pandemic, the county said in a news release on April 9.
In an effort to assist residents during the stay at home period due to COVID-19, the City of Fontana Community Services Department has launched a Virtual Recreation Center (Recreation.Fontana.org) that provides educational and fun at-home activities focused on online learning.
Center Stage Theater in Fontana, like all other entertainment venues, is undergoing a difficult situation because of the coronavirus pandemic.
All of the City of Fontana's community and neighborhood centers will be closed through May 1, the city announced on March 16.
Bands and orchestras from middle schools and high schools in the Fontana Unified School District will be performing at a large festival in Fontana on Wednesday, March 11.
Out of concern for the coronavirus threat, the Lewis Family Playhouse at Victoria Gardens Cultural Center is cancelling all programming until the end of April.
Chaffey College in Rancho Cucamonga will screen the documentary “Singing Our Way to Freedom” (the story of Ramon “Chunky” Sanchez) and will host a discussion with the film’s director on Thursday, March 5.
If you happen to see several Summit High School students singing a happy tune on campus, you'll know that they have a very good reason to be joyous.
The Big Bounce America, home of the Guinness certified "World's Largest Bounce House," is set to inflate in San Bernardino during the weekend of March 7-8 at Speicher Memorial Park, 1535 Arden Avenue.
Dr. Daniel E. Walker, a Fontana High School graduate who is a professor of history at El Camino College, recently won a major award for his documentary on gospel music.
California Treasurer Fiona Ma has been named the grand marshal for the San Bernardino County Black History Month Parade in northern Fontana.
Pryor and Lee, two former contestants in the TV show "The Voice" who are now a country music duo for Black River Entertainment, will be performing at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana on Sunday, March 1.
Platinum artist Dierks Bentley and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Lynyrd Skynyrd will be headlining the 2020 Tailgate Fest, which will be held Aug. 15 and 16 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, organizers announced on Feb. 18.
Picture an aerialist flying out over the audience, acrobats suspended from silk fabric, the wizardry of jugglers and magicians, the strength and flexibility of the strongmen and contortionist.
Sarah Milov, author of "The Cigarette: a Political History," will be the featured speaker at the San Bernardino County Museum’s Dome Talks event on Wednesday, Feb. 19 at 7 p.m.
Arthropolooza: the Ultimate Bugfest will be buzzing into the San Bernardino County Museum on Saturday, Feb. 15 and Sunday, Feb. 16 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
"And Then They Came For Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank" will be performed by Mainstreet Theatre Company at Lewis Family Playhouse.
"Aida," a romantic musical written by Elton John and Tim Rice, will be presented at Center Stage Theater in Fontana on weekends from Feb. 8 to March 1.
Hakuna matata! The City of Fontana’s Youth Community Theater invites talented youth from ages 7 to 18 to audition for Disney’s "The Lion King Jr."