The Ontario Museum of History & Art and guest curators Riea Owens and Dr. Patricia Jessup-Woodlin present, We the People: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow. The exhibition will be on view from Thursday, February 2, to Sunday, April 16, 2023.
The Museum is searching for artists to delve into the significance of the Preamble and unpack the nuances of the phrase "We the People," its imperfections, complexities, and present-day interpretations.
The United States Constitution is the framework text of our government, written with the intent to uphold individual rights… Read More
On Saturday, November 5, 2022, from 10:30 AM to 2:30 PM, the Ontario City Library will host its 2nd annual Panels in Action graphic novel event at Lewis Family Branch Library at Colony High School. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet three of today’s best authors and illustrators of graphic novels and manga through a series of breakout sessions and more.
Breakout sessions will include critically acclaimed authors and illustrators A.C. Esguerra, Shideh Ghandeharizadeh, and John P. Golden. A book signing will take place at 1:45 PM.
The Ontario City Library… Read More
National Teen Driver Safety Week kicks off October 16
In recognition of National Teen Driver Safety Week (October 16-22), the Ontario Police Department encourages teens and their parents to talk about the importance of following the rules of the road and driving responsibly.
Car crashes remain the leading cause of death for teens. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), 2,378 teenagers died in car crashes in 2020 – a 14% increase from the prior year. Per mile driven, teen drivers are nearly… Read More
The California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) has certified Ontario’s updated Housing Element – an aggressive plan that positions this City of more than 185,000 residents to lead the Inland Empire in addressing the housing crisis.
The updated Housing Element, which was adopted by the city Council in March, lays out a series of planning and zoning changes that would allow the building of more than 20,000 housing units over an eight-year period ending in October 2029, including nearly 9,000 units for low-income and very low-income residents.
The Ontario Police Department has arrested Everett Johnson as the second suspect connected to a shooting that occurred earlier this month at Colony High School.
On October 1, 2022, shortly after 10:45 AM, officers from the Ontario Police Department responded to Colony High School reference the report of a shooting. Upon arrival, officers discovered an adult male with multiple life-threatening gunshot wounds. The male was
transported to a local hospital for treatment.
On October 12, 2022, Lawrence Langston of Pasadena was also arrested in connection with the… Read More
The Ontario Police Department has arrested Lawrence Langston in connection with a shooting that occurred earlier this month at Colony High School.
On October 1, 2022, shortly after 10:45 AM, officers from the Ontario Police Department responded to Colony High School reference the report of a shooting. Upon arrival,
officers discovered an adult male with multiple life-threatening gunshot wounds. The male was transported to a local hospital for treatment.
Based on investigative leads, it is believed Langston brandished a firearm and shot the victim several… Read More