Larry Dierdorff, who has created many murals in Redlands, will speak on “Murals of Redlands” 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 26, at the Redlands Art Association Gallery, 215 E. State St. In his program, Dierdorff will show some of the better known murals in Redlands and others that may have been forgotten.
An 18-year-old man was killed and four others were injured in a shooting in a residential area of Ontario early Saturday morning, Oct. 23, authorities said. The shooting occurred shortly after midnight,
An 18-year-old man was killed and four others were injured in a shooting at the end of a Halloween party at an Ontario home early Saturday morning, Oct. 23, authorities said. The shooting occurred shortly after midnight,
The Ontario Elks Lodge celebrated its 100th anniversary this summer with a 1920s-themed event. More than 150 Elks and guests “dressed to the nines” for the event, with everything from decor to drinks and dancing capturing the Roaring ’20s theme,
Are you still going to write about me when I’m gone?” my mother asked me on her 101st birthday. “What do you think?” I laughed. “Just don’t make me look silly.” Never silly. My mother was charmingly quirky,
Etiwanda coach Nick Baiz was willing to settle for field goals twice in the second half. But he knew three points would not be enough in the fourth quarter. Saipeti Maiava Jr. scored on a 13-yard run to help give Etiwanda a nine-point lead with 4:13 remaining in the game.
LA HABRA — La Habra football coach Frank Mazzotta wasn’t happy with the outcome of his team’s game against Ayala of Chino Hills on Thursday night, as the Bulldogs used long drives that resulted in touchdowns and a 31-21 victory over the Highlanders in a nonleague game at La Habra High School.
UCLA football coach Chip Kelly talks to the media about the nonconference loss to quarterback Jake Haener and Fresno State, after reviewing the game film. Kelly also looks ahead to quarterback Tanner McKee and Stanford.
Here is the Week 5 high school football schedule for games involving Inland teams. Games are 7 p.m. unless noted. Dates, times and sites are subject to change. To report a change or correction to the schedule,
The Mt. San Jacinto College football team took the field for the program’s first game in 665 days, and the Eagles knocked off Antelope Valley 23-13 in a nonconference game Saturday in San Jacinto. MSJC had to forfeit its original season opener against Riverside City College after five players tested positive for COVID-19.