We all know that we are living in unprecedented times and these times require action. That is what the state's recent budget bill represents: A call to action to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the most devastating events to face our state and the nation.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been hard on everyone, but none more so than America's senior citizens. Unquestionably the highest risk demographic, seniors are dying at rates much higher than the rest of the population.
The things that have occurred over the past few months -- first with COVID-19, and then the tragic death of George Floyd and protests that often turned violent -- have caused all of us to wonder:
Police use of force is a headline across the country and the topic of intense debate.
I am announcing a broad agenda for police reform aimed at improving use-of-force procedures, addressing issues around bias in policing, and increasing accountability and transparency.
The same factors that made San Bernardino County one of America’s hottest economies before the COVID-19 pandemic will give us a significant competitive edge coming out of it. Great location. A young, growing labor pool. A desirable quality of life and supportive business climate.
On June 1, a group of about 100 people in Fontana took the immortal words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to heart: “We adopt the means of nonviolence because our end is a community at peace with itself."
- 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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In 2013, Rich Hunt was the newly elected president of Fontana Police Officers Association. He asked the Board of Directors to help completely change the POA’s mission, values and image.
Just like you, I have been inspired by the spirit of community binding our nation, state and neighborhoods together over the past few months, as we work collaboratively to address the impacts of COVID-19. The coming together of schools, governmental and public health officials, and the incre…
As emotional, and at times disturbing as this past weekend’s events have been, I choose to see this as an opportunity for us to come together to truly address the systemic racism that has disadvantaged a specific segment of our American family.
As the chairman of the Teamsters National Black Caucus, I am compelled to speak out about the senseless murder of brother George Floyd.
In just over eight weeks, the state of California went from a $6 billion projected budget surplus to a more than $50 billion budget deficit.
The coronavirus crisis is dominating the headlines, but that doesn't mean that members of the public should not pay attention to another very important matter: The 2020 United States Census.
As some folks know, during the last two years, I had the honor to speak at three events: The City of Fontana Veterans Day event (2018), the VFW Post 6563 VFW Memorial Day service (2019) and at the that same VFW, the Ralph Broiles Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6563 rededication of the same in…
Parents and students honored the Etiwanda High School graduating class of 2020 by putting posters and pictures on the school fence along East Avenue in Rancho Cucamonga on May 4.
We hear you. For the entrepreneurs and small business owners in our community, particularly those we work with day in and day out, we wanted you to be aware that we hear and understand your frustration with the uncertainty that you are dealing with.
During this historic COVID-19 pandemic, I am grateful and inspired by how strong and efficient our City has been during these unprecedented times.
At Medicare, we understand you may have concerns about going to your doctor’s office during the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
We see the headlines and pictures: doctors, nurses, hospital personnel, EMTs -- gowned and masked -- fighting the battle against an unseen coronavirus that has sickened and killed thousands of people around the world. We all appreciate their dedication.
As the mayor of Fontana, I urge you to continue to respect the “Stay Home Stay Safe” state order to slow the spread of COVID-19 and prevent our local healthcare systems from being overwhelmed.
As COVID-19 cases continue to rise in San Bernardino County, local hospitals and public health officials are anticipating an increase in emergency room visits from the public; as such, this may also cause a strain on the 9-1-1 system.
Americans are starved for solutions to the problems they face in their daily lives, and mayors across the country are answering the call with action and fresh ideas.
Proposition 13 is on the March 3, 2020 ballot; but it really isn’t. By an ironic twist of ballot measure labeling fate, a school bond measure on steroids was given the honor of being called Proposition 13 this March.
Four candidates are running in the race for 5th District San Bernardino County supervisor in the March 3 presidential primary election.
In December of last year, a few members of the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) Board were contacted by Assemblymember Chris Holden (who represents the northern San Gabriel Valley) to receive initial reactions to his concept of a new construction authority that would ex…
Not long ago, members of the Concerned Citizens for the Development of North Fontana were invited by Fontana Police to participate in an interactive police training exercise.
This year is special as it is the 20th anniversary of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) of 2000, created to combat trafficking of persons, to ensure just and effective punishment of traffickers, and to protect victims.
Developing partnerships are helping to establish a new roadmap for the Inland Empire as we boldly embrace a future of economic opportunity and prosperity.