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Rancho Cucamonga, California is located in San Bernardino County. Zip codes in Rancho Cucamonga, CA include 91737, 91729, and 91701. The median home price in Rancho Cucamonga is $449,500 which is roughly $245/per square foot. More Rancho Cucamonga information.

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6 hrs ago | The Press-Enterprise

Rancho CucamongaREGION: Local manufacturers of bats and boxes among those offering tours

To date, nearly 800 makers of things across the country will open their doors to the public on Oct. 3 to celebrate the third-annual Manufacturing Day. By offering a wide range of events, including plant tours, job fairs and education programs at colleges and conferences, the organizing Department of Commerce hopes to shed light on a misunderstood industry.

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15 hrs ago | Paddock Talk

Patison Wins 3rd Staight Super Late Models, Partridge, Cansdale Take Twins

Jason Patison drove to his third straight victory in the Pick Your Part Super Late Models and Ryan Partridge and Ryan Cansdale won in Lucas Oil Late Model Twins Saturday night at the Irwindale Event Center. It was the fourth win of the season for Patison of Corona, Calif., and lifted him into a tie for the championship lead with Toni McCray of Highland, Calif., with one race remaining.

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Yesterday | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Gathering in Rancho Cucamonga aims to foster Inland Empire arts scene

RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> Trays of breakfast pastries and glass jars filled with strawberry- or mint-infused water sat on tables Saturday morning in the Victoria Gardens Cultural Center while people waited for the Arts Connection Conference to begin. The all-day conference was hosted by Arts Connection, the arts council of San Bernardino County, and included speeches, workshops and a raffle.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

The Press-Enterprise

TemeculaWEATHER: Inland region bakes amid triple-digit highs

What goes for extreme athletes also applies to senior citizens, parents of small children, individuals with respiratory ailments and just about everyone else who found himself in the Inland region on Saturday. The National Weather Service does not expect that to change for the next few days.

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Genesee Country Express

Al Bruce: Wanna name six new United States?

A movement afoot in Sacramento would divide the nation's most populous state into six separate states. Seriously.

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WebCPA

Tax Fraud Blotter: Quest's End

Santa Ana, Calif.: Preparer Alma M. Wilbur, 40, of Victorville, Calif., has pleaded guilty to filing more than $41 million worth of false claims against the U.S., making her the 53rd and final defendant linked to the quarter-billion-dollar 'Old Quest' tax refund scheme to be convicted. Wilbur admitted that in May 2009 she filed a false federal return in her name that sought a refund of $281,146, and that she prepared more than 70 returns that fraudulently claimed more than $41 million in bogus tax refunds.

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The Coast News

SM gives OK to affordable housing project

The San Marcos City Council approved two preliminary agreements that pave the way for further revitalization efforts in the city's Richmar neighborhood. The first agreement calls for the city to loan $392,000 in low- and moderate-income housing fund to a partnership composed of Hitzke Development and National Community Renaissance of Rancho Cucamonga, also known as National CORE, to pay for predevelopment activities associated with a proposed 120-unit affordable senior housing complex on West Mission Road and Pico Avenue.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

American Legion post returns to Rancho Cucamonga

RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> It was a relatively warm Thursday night earlier this month and the doors to Sweeten Hall were wide open. At first, only the sounds of fans running filled the old meeting hall.

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The Press-Enterprise

RedlandsCOMMUNITY NOTES: Library fundraiser, square dancing, more

Miss Inland Empire Rita Garabet, 21, of Redlands, right, and Miss Inland Empire Oustanding Teen Sophia Torres, 14, of Apple Valley visit with Aubrey Olivas, 2, of Rancho Cucamonga on Wednesday at Loma Linda University Children's Hospital. CALIMESA - A pancake breakfast will be held Sept.

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Hesperia Star

Congresswoman responds to supervisors' concerns over proposed monument status Updated at

The congresswoman spearheading a drive to create a San Gabriel Mountains National Monument responded to the San Bernardino County Supervisors' vote on a resolution to withhold support until further dialogue is conducted. "Our communities and stakeholders have been engaged in conversations for over a decade - during which I and others involved have actively encouraged wide-ranging input," Rep. Judy Chu, D-Pasadena, said in an email.

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Business Journal

Echo-Factory sets up shop in Pasadena

In a move from the suburbs to one of Southern California's tech hubs, Echo-Factory is relocating from Rancho Cucamonga to Pasadena. The ad agency for clients ranging from startups to national brands touts its new base of operations on Colorado Boulevard as being "just a few yards from the Apple Store"-perhaps a hint at how isolated the firm felt before.

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Victorville Daily Press

New family restaurant approved with conditions Updated at

A new family restaurant will call Victor Plaza Shopping Center on Seventh Street home after the Planning Commission and lawyers for the proposed establishment agreed this week on 12 conditions to its license that are intended to keep it from straying into nightclub-type activities. Broken Saddle Saloon & Steakhouse, to be located at 14562 Seventh Street, was granted a business license during a hearing Wednesday in which the restaurant was appealing an earlier decision by the Commission to deny its application.

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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Rancho Cucamonga man makes 9/11 memorial run

RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> It was more than a run – it was a tribute to the thousands of Americans who lost their lives and the countless others affected by the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Ontario police arrest big rig driver suspected in drunken driving fatal crash

ONTARIO >> The driver of a big-rig truck who was allegedly driving drunk and involved in three separate crashes, one of which was head-on and killed that car's driver, was arrested early Thursday morning, police said. Hilario Hmberto Urena, 40, of Tracy, was booked into West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga on suspicion of manslaughter, driving under the influence and hit and run.

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The Press-Enterprise

Rancho CucamongaRANCHO CUCAMONGA: Felon arrested in ammo cache, drugs, GTA case

An electronic beacon on a stolen welder led deputies to a 32-year-old Los Angeles man who was in a Rancho Cucamonga building containing 40,000 rounds of ammunition, 141 marijuana plants and six stolen vehicles, sheriff's officials say. Omar Medina was arrested at 2 a.m. Tuesday, Sept.

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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Bloomington man facing molestation charges may have more victims

FONTANA >> Sheriff's investigators believe there may be more victims of a Bloomington man who was arrested in August on suspicion of sexually molesting a family member. Deputies assigned to the sheriff's Fontana Station arrested Jose Luis Millan, 48, for suspicion of lewd conduct with a child under 18, according to court documents.

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Los Angeles Times

Loan dispute: East West Bank socked with $39-million jury verdict

A jury has awarded nearly $39 million to a couple who sued East West Bank for breach of contract in a dispute over a Rancho Cucamonga shopping center. Above, file photo of Dominic Ng, East West's chairman and chief executive.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Remembering 9/11: Teachers evolve lessons to adapt to growing history

In the years since the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, we have written a number of stories about how the world has changed, heroes from that day, tributes and more.

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Redlands Daily Facts

Pizza Bistro a hot spot in Rancho Cucamonga

Hours: 11 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 11:30 a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday. Closed Monday.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Former Upland City Manager Robb Quincey takes plea bargain in corruption case

RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> Former Upland City Manager Robb Quincey has pleaded no contest to one count in his felony corruption case, As part of plea agreement, Quincey, 52, agreed to pay Upland $50,000 in restitution stemming from conflict of interest charges. The agreement was reached Tuesday morning at West Valley Superior Court, in Rancho Cucamonga.

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