Donate blood to Life Stream until Jan. 18 and be entered automatically for a chance to win two free passes to the LVI Super Bowl on Feb. 13 at SoFi Stadium.
The Unforgettables Foundation celebrated its 20th annual in-person Lights for Little Lives Memorial Friday, Dec. 31, at the Ronald McDonald house parking lot in Loma Linda.
On New Year’s Eve the 20th annual Lights for Little Lives Memorial Walk in Loma Linda will highlight the Unforgettables Foundation’s mission to bring attention to the tragedy of childhood death on local families .
The Highlanders Boxing Club and its many community partners gave out more than 4,500 toys to local children during the club’s 14th annual toy drive on Friday evening, Dec. 10.
Community Hospital of San Bernardino held its annual Christmas tree lighting celebration complete with prayers and song led by a local church. (L-R) Victoria Selby, COO; June Collison, hospital president, and Roz Nolan, chief nursing officer, pose in front of the hospital's Christmas tree.
Highland Rotary Club has been an important part of the community for more than five decades. Founded in 1966, Highland Rotary has been involved in local and international service projects for 55 years.
The San Bernardino County Museum, 2024 Orange Tree Lane, Redlands, is presenting a special exhibit on the creation of the Dec. 2, 2015 Curtain of Courage Memorial, which is under construction at the County Government Center in San Bernardino.
For the first time in Inland Empire history, San Bernardino County officials honored Native American tribal land by announcing its museums, including the San Bernardino County Museum, Victor Valley Museum and Yucaipa Adobe, are sited on the ancestral territory of the Maara'yam (Serrano) people.
- Free COVID-19 vaccinations at Citrus Valley High School
- Naan Café offers saucy, spicy Indian dishes
- Ted Alejandre announces early endorsements
- SBCUSD hosts free student testing
- James Ramos announces 2022 re-election campaign
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- Highland to retain voting district map
- Libraries faced challenges with patrons heeding COVID-19 restrictions
- YMCA to hold 39th annual Highland Y Run
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The Highland sheriff’s station honored and thanked Citizen on Patrol (COP) Ronald Young on Thursday, Nov. 18, for his 17 years assisting the Highland Police Department as a volunteer. The department presented Young with a commemorative plaque on what was his last COP meeting.
Assemblyman James Ramos, State Senator Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh, their staffs and several other community organizations joined forces to give out 400 free turkeys to families in need, on Saturday, Nov. 20.
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department teamed to distribute meals to 100 San Bernardino-Highland area seniors on Tuesday, Nov. 23.
The Salvation Army of San Bernardino is in need of frozen turkeys for its Christmas food distribution on Dec. 20 to families in need who have signed up for Christmas assistance.
Local churches, hospitals and senior centers are sponsoring free Thanksgiving meals and holiday festivities to make the season happier for those in need.
Highland held its first Veterans Day Celebration on Saturday, Nov. 6, thanks to wide participation and support from veterans, local Scouts, musical performers and other community members, all eager to honor the nation’s veterans and express gratitude for their service and sacrifices.
Between Sept. 20 and 26, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) received three separate reports of a gray wolf with a purple collar in northern Ventura County. CDFW staff began site inspections and have confirmed recent wolf tracks in the vicinity.
Saturday, Nov. 6, the Boy Scouts of America invite you and your neighbors to support local food pantries while you shop at local grocery stores in the Inland Empire communities from Colton and Grand Terrace to Banning Pass along the I-10 corridor, as well as into San Bernardino and Highland.…
The annual Believe Walk, co-founded by Annie Sellas, Cathy Stockton and the late Nancy Varner along with Stater Bros. Charities, had gone virtual for a consecutive year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that did not stop the Believe Walk community from achieving a record-breaking fundraising…
The Highland Community News is preparing its annual Our Town publication and plans to again honor those Highland residents serving in our nation's military with a Hometown Heroes page. If you know a Hometown Hero and would like them included on the page send in a photograph and information i…
The Curtain of Courage Memorial is now under construction on the east side of the County Government Center at 385 N. Arrowhead Ave. in downtown San Bernardino.
On October 5, 2021, the Rotary Club of Highland brought a carload of playground fun to Cole Elementary School, specifically six basketballs, seven soccer balls, as well as six playground balls. This donation was inspired by the Rotary International September theme of Education and Literacy.
The Inland Empire Lighthouse for the Blind will host its 18th annual Cruise for Sight car show and host the 47th annual California State Championship ICS Chili Cook-off 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 23, at Sylvan Park, 601 N. University St., Redlands.
Highland’s first Veterans Day event, honoring the men and women serving the U.S. armed forces, is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 6, at Highland Community Park, 7793 Central Ave.
Like many clubs and organizations that had to close for 18 months during the Pandemic, the Highland Woman’s Club found new ways to keep its members informed and in touch during those difficult times.
The Unforgettables Foundation (TUF) celebrated the conclusion of Dr. Randy Schell’s ride 2.0 on Friday, Sept. 24, after nearly two months of biking from the Washington-Canadian border to the San Diego-Mexican border.
The Highland Senior Center honored 11 volunteers on Wednesday, Sept. 15, for their hours of work and dedication with a luncheon that also celebrated the first event the senior center has held since the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Monday, Aug. 30, Highland’s American Legion Post 421 set a memorial table to honor the 13 fallen U.S. military personnel killed in a suicide bombing at Kabul airport during the American evacuation of Afghanistan.
The Highland Woman’s Club invites you to join them for the first meeting since prior to the pandemic in February 2020. The meeting, the annual member luncheon, will be held on Friday, Sept. 10, at the Highland Congregational Church, 3606 Atlantic Ave. The club’s board members will host this …
A team of scientists from the San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance, University of California, Los Angeles, U.S. Forest Service, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reintroduced a group of 253 endangered Mountain yellow-legged frogs to a remote site o…
The Radiant Rubies of Highland were on a mission Thursday, Aug. 5, to spread joy and drop off cookies to more than a half-dozen city agencies and businesses throughout town.
Monday evening, July 25, was a time for fellowship, recognition and renewed dedication to serving the Highland community as the Highland Lions Club held its installation dinner in Highland.
On June 24, Highland resident and Vietnam War veteran Dave Simpkins was awarded an honorary Air Assault Badge during a special presentation at Fort Campbell, Ky., home of the 101st Airborne Division.
RIVERSIDE — Feeding America Riverside | San Bernardino (FARSB) will be giving Inland Empire residents the opportunity to experience a dazzling benefit casino night at its Riverside Distribution Center on Saturday, Nov. 6, at the Ninth Annual Million Meals Gala — Casino Royale. Limited early …
On June 10, Highland Police Deputy Hector Couret received a special visit at the Highland Police Station, 26985 Base Line, from resident Jan Harriman, her dog Carrie and Mayor of Highland Penny Lilburn.
The city of Highland will once again celebrate Independence Day with a community parade in the morning and a professional fireworks show in the evening Sunday, July 4.
On a balmy Saturday with temperatures that started out in the mid-seventies at 8:30 a.m. and ended close to 100 degrees at noon, the 12th annual Redlands Commu-nity Day of Service drew nearly 800 volunteers on June 19, according to Redlands Mayor Paul Barich. This is the 13th year since the …
On Friday, June 18, San Bernardino Unified School District (SBCUSD) held an in-person commencement ceremony for SBCUSD members from the class of 2020 at the Glen Helen Pavilion in San Bernardino.
On Saturday, June 19, American Legion Post 421, recognized students from San Gorgonio and Citrus Valley high schools, presenting them with their Certificates of Scholarship.
Hannah, Blake, and their dad Cody Slayton certainly dressed for the occasion to watch the 2016 parade. "We love Highland and this parade. It's the best," said Cody.
This year Immanuel Baptist Church’s Community Fireworks Show is returning to again put the big finish on Highland’s Independence Day celebration, after last year’s festivities were canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Radiant Rubies of Highland, a local chapter of the Red Hat Society, has been named parade marshal for the city’s Fourth of July Parade for its ever-present participation at city events and its enthusiastic support of many clubs and causes throughout the Highland community.
After spending more than a year shuttered in quarantine due to the coronavirus pandemic, Highland will hold its first major community events since the cancellation of the 2020 Citrus Harvest Festival with the celebration of Independence Day. The city will open the festivities with the tradit…
Highland’s American Legion Post 421 welcomed 14 new U.S. Army recruits into the military community on Saturday, June 12, by hosting a barbecue for them, their families and their recruiters.
With joy and thankfulness Christ the King Lutheran Church of Redlands celebrated Sunday, June 6, the 51st year since it was founded, when two local Lutheran churches merged. The celebration had been postponed a year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Dozens of Highland residents began their Memorial Day honoring those who gave their lives in defense of the United States, its citizens and their liberties by attending American Legion Post 421’s morning ceremony at Highland’s Veterans Memorial.
On Tuesday, May 25, Highland City Council approved Immanuel Baptist Church’s special event permit for its Independence Day fireworks show, advancing the return of the city’s Fourth of July celebration after the coronavirus-related cancellations of 2020.
On Saturday, May 22, the unveiling of a play structure that provides access to children of all abilities took place at Lionel E. Hudson Park, 4365 Park Dr. in San Bernardino.
American Legion Post 421 will conduct a short Memorial Day ceremony at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 31, at Highland’s Daniel D. Yarnell Memorial at the southeast corner of Base Line and Central Avenue.