Steve Scauzillo, Redlands Daily Facts

Steve Scauzillo

Redlands Daily Facts

Pasadena, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • Redlands Daily Facts
  • Daily Bulletin
  • The Sun
  • SGV Tribune
  • The Press-Enterprise
Past:
  • L.A. Daily News
  • Pasadena Star News
  • Whittier Daily News
  • O.C. Register
  • LB Press-Telegram
  • Daily Breeze
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • East Bay Times
  • ChicoER
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel

Recent articles by Steve:

Flights rise at Ontario airport for 3rd month, but spike in coronavirus may slow bookings

Ontario International Airport continues to see the number of flights go up as airlines add to their schedules during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Upland Unified board member Linda Angona resigns after 19 years

Angona is a teacher in the San Bernardino City Unified School District and said she is leaving to focus on her teaching. → Read More

Rancho Cucamonga route could be added to $5 billion train to Las Vegas

Transportation officials voted to pursue an electric train into Rancho Cucamonga as the second phase of a high-speed rail project moving travelers between Southern California and Las Vegas. → Read More

North Etiwanda Preserve near Rancho Cucamonga closing for July 4th weekend

Fire officials will close the popular North Etiwanda Preserve on the evening of July 3, through the morning of July 5, in order to prevent wildfires. → Read More

Montclair approves layoffs to balance budget hit by mall store closures

The city balanced the budget with layoffs and transfers from reserve funds. Officials are concerned about the closures of Nordstrom and Sears at Montclair Place. → Read More

Upland police chief reinstated one week after he was placed on leave

After being placed on paid administrative leave, Upland police Chief Darren Goodman was reinstated on Monday, June 29, 2020. → Read More

Sculpture of Jesus emerges out of wood stump at Upland church

Dave Wentworth, the self-taught artist behind the carving, refuses payment for his work unless it’s a donation for charity. → Read More

Upland adopts new budget that may need additional cuts if revenues fall further

City staff are preparing for worst-case scenarios in the fall that include furloughs and layoffs. → Read More

Ken Manning, architect of groundwater cleanup in San Gabriel Valley, Chino Basin, retires

One of the biggest names in water cleanup in both Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties, Ken Manning, is retiring. San Gabriel Basin Water Quality Authority will have a new executive director. → Read More

Sell part of Upland park to hospital for a parking lot? Voters may decide

After two years, San Antonio Regional Hospital officials and the majority of the Upland City Council seem to agree that the sale of a slice of Upland Memorial Park to the hospital should go to vote… → Read More

Upland police chief placed on leave

Upland Police Chief Darren Goodman was placed on paid leave on Monday, June 22,2020. → Read More

Now arriving: Drive-in movies at Ontario International Airport

Drive-in Movie Nights! at ONT are so popular tickets for the next showing were snapped up in an hour. → Read More

7 day-use and camping sites reopened in San Bernardino National Forest

Visitors to Big Bear, Idyllwild and Running Springs areas of the forest are increasing as stay-at-home orders are lifted. → Read More

Rancho Cucamonga shows its independence with July 4th fireworks display

In most of San Bernardino County, Fourth of July will mean home barbecues and no large gatherings for fireworks or parades. → Read More

Rancho Cucamonga shows its independence with July 4th fireworks display

In most of San Bernardino County, Fourth of July will mean home barbecues and no large gatherings for fireworks or parades. → Read More

Illegal campfires in San Bernardino, Angeles forests fuel wildfire worries

After forests reopened, people experiencing nature and fresh air led to a rash of illegal campfires. This adds to the serious threat of a major wildfire near Big Bear or the San Gabriel Valley. → Read More

Upland Councilwoman Janice Elliott will run for mayor in November 2020

Current Mayor Debbie Stone has yet to say if she’ll seek reelection. → Read More

Residents say ‘we support you,’ thank police in Rancho Cucamonga and Upland

Rancho Cucamonga residents went on an appreciation tour on Friday, June 12, thanking police officers in Rancho Cucamonga and Upland. → Read More

Flights double at Southern California airports as summer travel season nears

With coronavirus-related shutdowns lifting, airlines are pursuing summer travelers and adding flights. → Read More

Candlelight vigil in Yucaipa aims to ease tensions following protest that turned violent

Organizers planned the vigil to promote unity and allay fears. → Read More