The Ontario Police Department is investigating a fatal traffic collision involving an on-duty San Bernardino Police Officer. The driver of the vehicle that struck the Officer’s patrol car has been arrested on felony DUI charges. San Bernardino Police Officer, Bryce Hanes, pictured below, was transported to Kaiser Hospital in Fontana where he died from his injuries. Officer Haynes is a 12 year veteran of the San Bernardino… Read More
This Halloween, Ontario Police Department is reminding Halloween partiers that Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving. If your Halloween party involves alcohol then you have to make a planto get home without getting behind the wheel.
The City of Ontario announced a partnership with Nextdoor (www.nextdoor.com), the free, private social network for neighborhoods that builds stronger, safer communities with the help of residents. The integration with Nextdoor will enable the City of Ontario to improve neighborhood safety and communications with Ontario neighborhoods. Residents and City of Ontario officials will be able to work together to increase safety and strengthen its virtual neighborhood watch.
Nextdoor has proven to be an essential tool that has been well-… Read More
The critically acclaimed author of “Always Running” and the current Poet Laureate of Los Angeles, Luis J. Rodriguez is set to visit the City of Ontario for a day of poetry and discussion. Growing up in the barrios of Los Angeles, Luis succumbed at a young age to the pressures of gang life. His story of how he broke free from the cycle of violence through the power of words and education has been an inspiration to thousands.
Ontario detectives are currently working a murder investigation related to a previously reported missing mother, 33-year-old Sally Mityas.
Did you know that with over 30,000 school-aged children living in the City of Ontario, only 15% have library cards? That’s a staggering 85% of children that are not taking advantage of all the free materials, services, and programs the Ontario City Library offers. Don’t worry, that’s all about to change.