The City of Corona’s Animal Shelter is temporarily home to many eligible bachelors and bachelorettes. These wonderful companions are waiting for their true love to find them and sweep them off of their paws. You can make their Valentine’s Day dream come true!valentines day puppy
From Feb. 9 through Feb. 14, 2015, the Corona Animal Shelter will help you find your Fur-Ever love by offering dogs and cats available for adoption for only $15, which includes the spay & neuter costs. Normal Dog-Licensing fees still apply.
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Who is the Extraordinary Woman in Your Life?
Do you know an amazing woman who deserves to be recognized for the impact she has on our community? Of course you do and Soroptimist International of Corona wants to honor her! The Fourth Annual Women of Significance Award Luncheon will be held on April 15 in the Grand Ballroom at Eagle Glen Golf Club and nominations are now open!
At 10:57 p.m. on Saturday February 7, 2015, Corona Police Officers responded to an Armed Robbery call at In-N-Out Burger located at 450 Auto Center Dr. in Corona. The suspect was described as a male wearing a green bandana over his face armed with a silver handgun. The suspect was last seen in a black Honda driving westbound on the 91 freeway. Patrol officers responded to the scene to get further information from the victim and witnesses, while other officers checked westbound on the 91 Freeway. Officers located a Black Honda matching the description in a parking lot in Yorba Linda on Savi Ranch Parkway. The vehicle was occupied by a male who was detained by the officers.
On Feb. 21, the Corona Historic Preservation Society (CHPS) will host the second in a series of “Growing Up in Corona” panel discussions as CHPS encourages members of our beloved city to learn about eras past.
As a follow-up to the officer involved shooting incident on Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015, the investigation has presented additional facts. The deceased suspect, Paul Alfred Eugene Johnson, 59 years, of Hemet, CA, was involved in a full take-over robbery at Pacific Premier Bank armed with what witnesses described as an unknown type handgun. Johnson forced employees at gunpoint into the vault, where he proceeded to rob the bank and employees of a large sum of cash. Johnson was using some type of communication device during the robbery and threatened to kill employees if they called the police. After he fled, officers were able to locate him by the use of a bank tracking device that was given to him unknowingly when he stole the money.
Special Notice: W. Grand Boulevard at the 91 Closed Nightly
8 p.m. to 5 a.m.
February 9 to 13, 2015
Tree Removal Activities throughout February 2015
As part of the Riverside County Transportation Commission’s 91 Project, the W. Grand Boulevard undercrossing at the 91 will be closed nightly February 9 to 13, 2015, from 8 p.m.... Continue reading...
Help your community reach its water efficiency goals by sending your landscaper to school! The City of Corona Department of Water and Power (DWP) is now offering Landscape Maintenance and Efficiency Scholarships. This program will allow your licensed landscaper to further their education in water efficient practices, irrigation management and maintenance. We want to promote water use efficiency, healthy irrigation practices and maintenance in the landscape industry.
Did you know that these services are available at your local library?
Job Readiness Programs
Getting Your 1st Job Workshops
Mock Interview Practices
One-on-One Career Counseling Sessions
Online Career & Job Resources
At 4:07 p.m. the Corona Police Department responded to Pacific Premier Bank, located at 102 E. Sixth St. Corona reference a take over-robbery. Officers located the suspect vehicle and a vehicle pursuit ensued. The pursuit terminated in the City of Chino, after the suspect vehicle crashed near the intersection of Euclid Ave. and Pine St. where an officer involved shooting took place with a white male adult. The suspect was struck by gun fire and was pronounced deceased at the scene.
On Thursday, Feb. 5 at 6 p.m., the Riverside Art Museum will be unveiling a mural created by five young people who participated in the Corona Police Department’s California Gang Reduction and Intervention (CalGRIP) Summer Program. These five CNUSD middle school students spent 11 weeks over their summer vacation participating in the CalGRIP program which included classes on social skills, life skills, resiliency skills and anger management. The students also took part in educational field trips including trips to the Museum of Tolerance, The West Wing Foundation and music lessons at the Fender Center for Performing Arts.
The Super Bowl is America’s most watched national sporting event. On Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 1, there will be lots of game day socializing that may include drinking. That’s why the California Office of Traffic Safety and Police, Sheriffs, and the CHP are urging football fans to choose sides now: drinking or driving. If you plan on drinking on Super Bowl Sunday, designate a sober driver to get you home safely.
Become An Ideal Leader ... Unlock Your True Potential!
Everyone is a leader either by choice or default…The question you must answer is “How Will You Lead”? Reaching one’s potential is a very personal exercise and each of us has specific areas we would like to focus on. So often, we are resigned to being who we perceive ourselves to be, and thereby limit our own growth and potential.
The 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games are coming to Corona! That’s right, this summer Corona will welcome and celebrate nearly 100 athletes and their coaches from around the world for a special three-day Host Town program that will take place prior to the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics World Summer Games in Los Angeles that are held July 25, 2015 to Aug. 2, 2015.
This biblical saga of Joseph and his Coat of Many Colors comes to vibrant life in this delightful musical parable. Joseph, his father's favorite son, is blessed with prophetic dreams. When he is sold into slavery by his jealous brothers and taken to Egypt, Joseph endures a series of trials, challenges and adventures that test his faith and his humanity.
If you’re a kid ages 5-12 years old and looking for night of fun games, crafts, and snacks, the City of Corona has the perfect evening for you!Kids Night Out in Corona
Kids Night Out is a recreation program every second Friday of the month beginning on Feb. 13. The evening will be a whirlwind of uninterrupted fun with activities and entertainment. The cost for Kids Night Out is $15 for Corona residents and $25 for non-residents respectively and registration must be done prior to attending so be sure your parents sign you up early.