Decorating contest – Cash prizes. Contestants must be entered by Dec. 15. Cost is $20. Check out the flyer at: http://highlandchamber.org/event-2755154
During its annual reorganization meeting the Highland City Council appointed Councilman Larry McCallon to serve as mayor for 2018 and Councilman Jesse Chavez to serve as mayor pro tempore, Dec. 12. These are one-year terms.
Citizen Patrol Officers ElmaMae Henderson, (Naughty) Shirley Mulligan and Debbie Linares make friends at the annual Breakfast with Santa at the Highland Family Y on Saturday, Dec. 9. The Techs for Tots came roaring in on their motorcycles with a pickup load of gifts for kids who came to visi…
The Community Christmas Tree lights up the night at Immanuel Baptist Church. The annual Christmas Tree lighting is one of Highland’s major events and sets the tone for the season.
Members and guests were invited to wear their ugly and not so ugly holiday sweaters and participate in a sweater contest. There was no ugly sweater among the group and Sharon Guy won in her red and white marabou feather trimmed sweater.
The Buster Family Foundation announced a $50,000 donation to Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Redlands-Riverside in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Club’s founding in August 1967. Foundation Trustee, William C. Buster, Jr., served as the Club’s fourth president of the Board of Director…
The Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County and the Young Visionaries Leadership Academy provided 1,000 turkeys and food boxes to needy families in San Bernardino County at a Turkey Giveaway and Resource Fair, held Nov 18, 2017, at CAPSBC, San Bernardino.
On Dec. 2, ADK-Beta Iota members invite everyone to participate in our Book Fair kickoff at Redlands Barnes and Noble, 27064 Lugonia Ave., Citrus Plaza from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. When you make a purchase on kickoff day or any of the following days of the event just tell the cashier, “It’s for AD…
The November meeting for the Highland Area Historical Society will be held on Nov. 16, the third Thursday, because of Thanksgiving Day falling on the normal meeting time of the fourth Thursday.
The Highland Branch Library invites you to join its team of dynamic volunteers who provide valuable assistance to library staff and customers. Volunteer opportunities include: assisting with The Friends of the Library, becoming an Adult Literacy Tutor, and being one of our vibrant General Vo…
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ellis of Highland check out their Highland Community News in front of St. Basil’s Cathedral in Red Square on a cool day in Moscow, Russia, Joe is vice chairman of the Highland Community Trails Committee. If you will be traveling, take us along and share a photo with your …
The Humane Society of San Bernardino Valley will be hosting their annual Casino Night and Dog House Auction "Howler-ween" Party on Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. (doors open at 4:30 p.m.) at 374 W. Orange Show Road, San Bernardino.
Highland's Kaizen Martial Arts studio, 7275 Boulder Ave., is doing its part to raise awareness and funds for the fight against breast cancer by selling pink karate belts throughout October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Join the Highland Improvement Team on Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017 (special date), from 8 a.m. to 12 noon, as we have a community cleanup. We will be sprucing up Fire Station #3 (weeding, trimming shrubs, general cleanup) and also tackling litter along the perimeter of Warm Springs Elementary School.
After dedicating one weekend to pre-building two small loft homes for families in need, a group of Highland volunteers spent the next weekend, Sept. 16, driving the homes to Mexico and assembling them.
The scent of lumber and the pounding of hammers filled a Highland neighborhood on Saturday, Sept. 9, as about 90 volunteers filled the cul-de-sac at the end of Frontera Del Sur to pre-build two small homes for families in need in Mexico.
Daniel Ruiz, a Highland native and member of the Kiwanis Club of Highland, shares his knowledge and plans to improve communities through contact and intervention.
Highland resident Robert "Bob" Logsdon Jr. celebrated his 100th birthday on Friday, Sept. 1, 2017, Born in San Bernardino in 1917, Logsdon, a three-war Navy veteran and lifetime photographer, has put a lot of living into his 100 years, and he continues to do so.
The Humane Society of San Bernardino Valley (HSSBV) will be offering $20 spay and neuter surgeries for dogs in the months of September and October (while funding lasts) thanks to a $30,000 grant it received this year from PetSmart Charities, the leading funder of animal welfare in North Amer…
Hearing “I don’t want him . . . he’s not cute,” is all it took to motivate local middle school student, Lily Florez, to step into action. Lily is a volunteer with Yucaipa Animal Placement Society (YAPS), a nonprofit, pet rescue facility. She also is a Highland resident and attends Beattie Mi…
Denise Moreno, volunteer services coordinator for the city of Highland, discussed the city’s Highland Improvement Team (HIT) program and other volunteer services at the Thursday, Aug. 17, meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Highland.
Tracylyn Sharrit tells the story of a little girl in foster care who moves from one location to another with all her worldly belongings in a plastic trash bag.
The Highland Branch Library invites you to join its team of dynamic volunteers who provide valuable assistance to library staff and customers. Volunteer opportunities include: assisting with the Friends of the Library, becoming an
The Rotary Club of Highland normally has about four or five people at its meetings, but Monday, Aug. 7, was special: District Governor Manzoor Massey was the guest speaker and he delivered a Rotary message that resonated with the group of about 20 who attended the special meeting.
The city of Highland is a growing metropolis. Streets are being created. Housing tracts are covering the landscape where orange groves used to flourish. New schools and businesses are being built to accommodate the growing population.
Redlands, CA - Family Service Association of Redlands is pleased to announce it has received a $10,000 grant from Inland Empire United Way. These funds will support the Housing Advocacy and Assistance Program.
Highland Lions Club member Sharon Halter-Day, left, negotiates with a customer at the Lions Club yard sale Saturday at the Highland American Legion Post 421. The club was raising money to support its local projects for the community.
The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and San Manuel Casino held a fundraising golf event, on July 19 and 20 at the Pelican Hill Golf Club in Newport Beach, Calif. All proceeds from the event benefited the charities Running Strong for American Indian Youth, Shoes that Fit of Claremont, Cali…
Young newspaper fans Blake, 10, and Hannah, 8, Slayton were excited to meet Highland Community News Advertising Executive Christy Harbour while she was out on her rounds on Monday, July 17.
The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department is partnering with Santa Claus Inc. to help the local community. The department is asking for help and generosity in collecting back-to-school supplies for families in need.
The Highland Police Department Explorer's Unit is holding its annual rummage sale Saturday, July 15, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Mac's Springs, 26746 Base Line, Highland. Proceeds benefit the Explorer's program for youth interested in law enforcement.
The Sons of the American Legion, Squadron 155 is hosting its 10th annual Christmas in July motorcycle run and car show to benefit the Ronald McDonald House and Loma Linda University Children's Hospital on Sunday, July 16, 9 a.m. to noon at the Ronald McDonald House, 11365 Anderson St., Loma Linda.
Master Stephanie Argentine (white dress) talks with Lt. John Walker of the Highland Police Department as she hosts a mixer at Arrowhead Marshal Arts Studio for Chamber of Commerce guests Thursday, July 6.
The Highland Lions Club has taken on a new project in its effort to better the Highland Community, the adopting of a 2-mile section of Highway 330 through the Adopt-a-Highway program. The club conducted its first litter removal on May 6 collecting over five bags of trash from six turnouts.