Covina

Covina

(kōvē`nə), city (1990 pop. 43,207), Los Angeles co., S Calif.; inc. 1901. The area was settled in 1842, citrus crops were introduced in 1886, and the citrus industry reached its peak in the 1930s when Covina was one of the world's largest producers. Citrus fruits are still grown and processed, but a newer economic base includes the manufacture of varied products, including medical supplies and fabricated metals.
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Rambo Ruiz (Downey, Calif.) 14, 4; Tom Valenzuela (Covina, Calif.) d.
The West Covina Police on Thursday were investigating acts of vandalism and assaults against two mall security guards at a mall in California where a sea of automotive enthusiasts had gathered to pay tribute to the late Paul Walker.
Phyllis Veith Hatch Longtime West Covina, CA resident Phyllis Hatch died August 15, 2018.
The number one independent tire dealer in California proudly announces the Grand Opening of three new locations in Tulare, Hollywood, and West Covina. The company will be celebrating these new locations with back to back to back weekends filled with excitement of exclusive tire and automotive service offers, free food, giveaways, and entertainment.
Kapuso actress Kris Bernal surely made some of her dreams come true after acquiring her own house in West Covina, California.
AltaPacific Bancorp is the parent company for AltaPacific Bank, an independent business bank headquartered in Santa Rosa, California, with additional banking offices in Covina, Ontario, Riverside and Temecula, California.
Markets opened one of its "blue ribbon'" supermarkets this month in Covina, Calif.
The four banking offices located in Covina, La Verne, San Dimas and Pleasant Hill will be re-branded and will henceforth operate as Opus Bank offices.
One was manufactured in Covina. CA and the other in Irwindale; CA.
The pack of bikers slowed to a crawl on the I-10 near West Covina, forcing other traffic to stop.
COVINA VALLEY CITRUS INDUSTRY By Barbara Ann Hall (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2011, 128 pp., $21.99 paper)