Steve Scauzillo, The Press-Enterprise

Steve Scauzillo

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Ontario, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Steve:

Planes briefly diverted from Ontario airport after concrete chunk found on runway

When workers found a problem with the working runway, the arriving planes had to be diverted, ONT spokesman Steve Lambert said Friday morning. → Read More

Parents ask Montclair City Council to build safer routes to schools

How will Montclair spend $47 million in infrastructure revenue bonds? The jury is still out. But parents want streets around certain schools made safer. → Read More

Chino Hills asks residents to design new flag for city’s 30th anniversary

Some don’t want to change from the city’s iconic flag featuring hills, a tree and a bird. → Read More

Get ready for 10 Freeway closure in Ontario and Upland

The removal of the Campus Avenue bridge in Ontario will require the full shutdown of the 10 Freeway overnight Friday and Saturday, Oct. 15-16. → Read More

Here’s how Upland will spend $15.2 million in coronavirus relief funding

The city will use the stimulus to beef up police patrols, improve streets and alleys and assist small businesses. → Read More

Newsom signs bill allowing Chino Hills State Park expansion

The park will grow by about 10% once acquired lands are incorporated. → Read More

How to beat the drought? Inland Empire water agency wants to make it rain

A practice known as cloud seeding could produce more rain and snowmelt to feed the Santa Ana River watershed. → Read More

Pushback against warehouses in the Inland Empire gains momentum

Lawsuits and moratoriums are two tools communities have used to stop or mitigate the effects of distribution centers. → Read More

$10 million sought by Rancho Cucamonga land owners in federal lawsuit

The plaintiffs allege the city’s new rural conservation zoning deprives them of their property rights and devalues their vacant land. → Read More

Ontario airport receives $11.4 million in federal coronavirus relief funds for taxiway project

The money will be used to make repairs to taxiway pavements and upgrade lighting. → Read More

State-owned parking at Montclair transit center eyed for housing

As a key regional transportation link and with Greyhound service on the way, the city wants to buy the TransCenter parking areas to build high-density, transit-oriented housing. Parking garages wou… → Read More

Here’s how you can help with the Huntington oil spill

Public volunteers are not requested for cleanup efforts because the oil is toxic, but there are other ways to assist → Read More

University of La Verne leases land in Ontario for new health, business schools

The city, meanwhile, anticipates obtaining land owned by the university to help expand City Hall. → Read More

Ontario airport may get direct flights to Europe by summer 2022

Norse Atlantic Airways wants to fly from ONT to Oslo, Norway and has applied for authorization to do so. → Read More

Upland council approves downtown pocket park with dog park, despite objections

The council this week unanimously approved the park in downtown, that includes a dog park and other amenities. → Read More

WWII B-17 Bomber on display this week at Chino Planes of Fame museum

The WWII aircraft flew between 1941 and 1945. → Read More

Rancho Cucamonga Marine Dylan Merola honored at funeral

He is the last of three Inland Empire Marines killed in Afghanistan last month to be honored and buried → Read More

Rancho Cucamonga adds library vending machine, a first for San Bernardino County

With a swipe of a library card, patrons can get books and DVDs from an automated machine. → Read More

210 Freeway work between Upland and San Bernardino closing up to 3 lanes

Motorists traveling the 210 Freeway after 9 p.m. starting Monday, Sept. 27, are advised to watch out for construction. → Read More

Judge rules 65-unit housing project in Upland flood basin could hurt environment

The Villa Serena project set for 15th Street in northwest Upland is stalled after a judge finds the environmental review of the development lacking. → Read More