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EXCLUSIVE: Family remembers father hit & killed by car in Dinuba
DINUBA, Calif. (KFSN) -- Alfonso Rios was a musician, a brother, a friend, a father and a grandfather. His daughter, Mariana Rios, tells Action News more than anything, he was their king."His kindness, his love, his heart, like no other," said Mariana.Mariana says her dad was someone who put everyone else's needs ahead of his own."Compassionate, more than anything, his smile, you could see his eyes light up," said Mariana.Friday morning in Dinuba, a driver hit Rios and his granddaughter just fe...
DINUBA, Calif. (KFSN) -- Alfonso Rios was a musician, a brother, a friend, a father and a grandfather. His daughter, Mariana Rios, tells Action News more than anything, he was their king.
"His kindness, his love, his heart, like no other," said Mariana.
Mariana says her dad was someone who put everyone else's needs ahead of his own.
"Compassionate, more than anything, his smile, you could see his eyes light up," said Mariana.
Friday morning in Dinuba, a driver hit Rios and his granddaughter just feet away from their home, while they were walking back from school.
"My dad, unfortunately, didn't make it, my baby she's alive, thank god she's alive," said Mariana.
Now, a growing memorial remains at Crawford Avenue and Terrace Drive where the crash happened.
Mariana says her daughter is only four years old and spending time with her granddad on their walks, was their special time together.
"He had so much love for all of his grandchildren, for all of his family, but It was an honor for me to see him walk hand in hand with my daughters," said Mariana.
His favorite drinks, belts, hats, and guitar are just a few ways she plans to remember her patriarch.
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Alfonso Rios was a musician, a brother, a friend, a father and a grandfather. His daughter tells me more than anything, he was their king.
But she says one thing he always taught her, "Echale ganas, Echale ganas, don't give up, don't give up."
Knowing her dad never gave up on saving her daughter.
"The sacrifice that he did even in his last moment to protect the life of my daughter -- again that compassion, that love," said Mariana.
While Rios is gone, she knows he will never be forgotten.
"I'm so thankful that we didn't have to wait for a moment like this for my dad to know that he was loved, he knew, he was loved," said Mariana.
And now she just wants her king to know how much he meant to her.
"I love him more than anything, and I miss him and that I wish he was here so that I could hug him and tell him that I love him," said Mariana.
Rios was 72.
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Celebrated Burger Joint Set To Open New Location in Dinuba This Week
A popular California fast-food joint since 1969, and recognized for its exceptional flame-grilled Charburgers, unique sandwiches, refreshing salads, and more, is expanding its presence.This time, they've chosen Dinuba as the site for their newest restaurant and drive-thru venue.What can Dinuba expect at The Habit Grill location?What are people saying? “We were born in California in 1969, so we’re always a bit more enthusiastic to launch another restaurant in The Golden...
A popular California fast-food joint since 1969, and recognized for its exceptional flame-grilled Charburgers, unique sandwiches, refreshing salads, and more, is expanding its presence.
This time, they've chosen Dinuba as the site for their newest restaurant and drive-thru venue.
What can Dinuba expect at The Habit Grill location?
What are people saying?
“We were born in California in 1969, so we’re always a bit more enthusiastic to launch another restaurant in The Golden State - in fact, there are more than 250 The Habit Burger Grill restaurants in California alone,” said Tiffany Furman, Chief Financial Officer at The Habit Burger Grill.
How can you get involved with The Habit Burger Grill Dinuba grand opening?
The Habit Burger Grill is making a big impact in the Dinuba area with its grand opening. The local restaurant will host an exclusive pre-opening VIP event for their CharClub and mobile app members.
Guests who sign up at habitburger.com/dinuba can receive an invite to this exclusive sneak peek event.
VIP Event Highlights:
On Saturday, May 27, the first 200 guests at 11:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. will enjoy a complimentary Charburger, fries, and drink, provided they are CharClub members with a VIP invitation.
Come Monday, May 29, and Tuesday, May 30, the initial 200 guests at both 11:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. can savor a free meal off one of our pre-set menus, again contingent upon CharClub membership and a VIP invitation.
The drive-thru establishment is positioned at 344 W. El Monte Way, Dinuba, CA 93618, and their renowned "Habit Hospitality" will commence service to the public from Wednesday, May 31, 2023.
With its cooked-to-order mantra, The Habit Burger Grill has grown to 348 restaurants as of May 3, 2023, with most in California.
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Developers buy land for future Chipotle in Dinuba
Plans for a Chipotle Mexican Grill in Dinuba move along as developers finalize land purchase agreement with city DINUBA – The plan to bring a Chipotle Mexican Grill to Dinuba is underway after developers bought city-owned land near the Wal-Mart shopping center.The Dinuba City Council approved a land purchase and sale agreement between the city and MB Developers, LLC at its meeting July 11, making way for the popular chain to begin development. The 30,000 square-foot parcel of land located near the West El Mont...
Plans for a Chipotle Mexican Grill in Dinuba move along as developers finalize land purchase agreement with city
DINUBA – The plan to bring a Chipotle Mexican Grill to Dinuba is underway after developers bought city-owned land near the Wal-Mart shopping center.
The Dinuba City Council approved a land purchase and sale agreement between the city and MB Developers, LLC at its meeting July 11, making way for the popular chain to begin development. The 30,000 square-foot parcel of land located near the West El Monte Way Wal-Mart sold for $150,000.
“Staff felt the Chipotle restaurant would be a nice complement to the area,” assistant city manager Daniel James said.
Plans to open a Chipotle location have “been a long time coming,” according to multiple city council members, but now that the land has sold, the chain is eager to move along in the building process. MB Developers, who will be working with the Chipotle corporation, plan to submit a formal site plan to the city for review in two to three weeks, James said.
A representative from Chipotle said they are scheduled to have a Dinuba location open at some point next year, but have no other details about the development at this time.
The land sold was just a small portion of a larger, 20-acre parcel of commercially-zoned land the city owns. The Chipotle will go up on what is currently undeveloped land east of the Wal-Mart and just south of the Subway in the shopping center.
James said the developers will be responsible for vehicle access to the site and all water and sewer connections to the restaurant. The full details of how customers will access the site and what it will take to complete water and sewer connections will be outlined in the final site plan that the developers will have to bring to city council for approval.
According to a staff report on the matter, the $150,000 price tag is “consistent with the Broker’s Opinion of Value” provided by Retail California. Monies from the sale will go into the city’s general fund at the close of escrow.
The staff report said the Chipotle will “complement the West El Monte commercial corridor by adding a new sit-down, fast casual restaurant option for Dinuba residents and visitors to the community.” Council members noted that the city is lacking in fast-casual chain options similar to Chipotle and this would add a nice option for city residents who enjoy that style of restaurant.
Caltrans grants $3 million to Dinuba beautification
Dinuba receives $2.9 million from Clean California grant program for beautification and renovation of downtown Entertainment Plaza DINUBA – Beautification efforts in Dinuba will continue thanks to a California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) grant awarded to the city.Dinuba received $2.9 million from the Clean California Local Grant Program for renovation and beautification work at Entertainment Plaza, Caltrans announced Oct. 9. This award is part of nearly $115 million distributed to underserved comm...
Dinuba receives $2.9 million from Clean California grant program for beautification and renovation of downtown Entertainment Plaza
DINUBA – Beautification efforts in Dinuba will continue thanks to a California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) grant awarded to the city.
Dinuba received $2.9 million from the Clean California Local Grant Program for renovation and beautification work at Entertainment Plaza, Caltrans announced Oct. 9. This award is part of nearly $115 million distributed to underserved communities in the second cycle of the program.
“The grants are a key part of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Clean California initiative, which is a sweeping $1.2 billion, multi-year commitment led by Caltrans to clean up trash, create thousands of jobs and help communities beautify their public spaces,” a Caltrans news release said.
Representatives from the city of Dinuba were unavailable to provide comment on the project by the press deadline.
Previous beautification projects within the city include the landscaping on the roundabout at Nebraska Avenue and Alta Avenue and the downtown “Adopt-A-Planter” program.
Entertainment Plaza is located at the corner of L Street and Ventura Street in Dinuba, near Platinum Theatres. City staff have been working on design plans for the site since at least early 2022, when the city partnered with Sierra Design Landscape Architecture to create a master plan for the plaza.
According to the Caltrans award list, the Dinuba Entertainment Plaza Renovation & Beautification Project includes infrastructure and non-infrastructure “community placemaking elements,” which are meant to foster community building around public spaces. This involves urban greening — the blending of greenery with a city environment — multicultural features, like public art representing local history, and volunteer litter cleanup.
The project will add shade structures, benches, shade trees, picnic tables and art murals to the Entertainment Plaza area. It will also involve a renovation to the pavilion stage and the installation of low-water usage landscaping features, which showcase the city’s “commitment to resource conservation while maintaining the plaza’s aesthetic appeal,” according to Caltrans.
“These renovations are aimed at creating a more vibrant, inviting and sustainable cultural hub for all Dinuba residents to enjoy,” the project description said.
The Entertainment Plaza design plan has five zones: an entertainment area, a leisure zone, a kid/family zone, a monument area and “citizen row,” a walkway in the middle of the space running from Ventura Street to the movie theater parking lot off Kern Street.
A city staff report from Feb. 8, 2022, attached to the design plan said that the overall plan “aims to improve the plaza within each area to encourage greater use and maximize the space that is a central feature of the downtown.”
Features in the plaza would include passive play equipment — such as a giant chess board and corn hole — in the kid/family zone, a band stage in the entertainment zone, art and seating in the leisure zone alongside the already-existing splash pad and another art piece in the monument area.
Proposed for the monument area is a metal replica of the SpaceShipOne aircraft designed by Dinuba-raised aerospace engineer Burt Ruttan. Other artwork proposed includes large letters spelling out “Dinuba” in the leisure zone.
According to Caltrans, the project will also install other public art murals “that embody Dinuba’s creative spirit and culture.”
The Clean California Local Grant Program came from Assembly Bill 149, which passed the legislature in 2021, according to Caltrans. The program’s goal is to clean up the trash that accumulates in California’s public spaces and along roadways and to beautify roads, tribal lands, transit centers, parks, pathways and other public spaces.
An integral aspect of the program is the mitigation of the “heat island effect” whereby urban areas experience higher temperatures than rural areas because of their infrastructure.
For the Dinuba project specifically, the hope is that installing shade structures and trees will provide additional protection to residents during extreme heat waves, according to Caltrans.
The first funding cycle distributed $296 million to 105 projects in March 2022. In that cycle, the city of Orange Cove received $2.5 million to renovate Sheridan Park and update two of the city’s welcome signs along Park Boulevard. Further south into Tulare County, the cities of Farmersville, Lindsay, Porterville and Woodlake also received grant awards.
Grant applications for the second cycle were due at the end of April of this year. Projects awarded funding through this cycle must be completed and have expended all funds by June 30, 2026.
California’s Love of The Habit Burger Grill Continues to Grow With New Drive-Thru Opening In Dinuba On May 31
The Habit Burger Grill To Hold Pre-Opening VIP Events on May 27, 29-30IRVINE, Calif., May 24, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Habit Burger Grill, the California-based restaurant company renowned for its award-winning Charburgers grilled o...
The Habit Burger Grill To Hold Pre-Opening VIP Events on May 27, 29-30
IRVINE, Calif., May 24, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Habit Burger Grill, the California-based restaurant company renowned for its award-winning Charburgers grilled over an open flame, signature sandwiches, fresh salads, and more, announces today the grand opening of their newest restaurant in Dinuba, California. The drive-thru restaurant is located at 344 W. El Monte Way, Dinuba, CA 93618, and their famous “Habit Hospitality” will be served up to the public, starting Wednesday, May 31, 2023..
In honor of the grand opening, The Habit Burger Grill will host an exclusive pre-opening VIP event for their CharClub and mobile app members. Guests can receive an invite to this exclusive sneak peek by signing up at habitburger.com/dinuba
VIP Event Details:
“We were born in California in 1969, so we’re always a bit more enthusiastic to launch another restaurant in The Golden State - in fact, there are more than 250 The Habit Burger Grill restaurants in California alone,” said Tiffany Furman, Chief Financial Officer at The Habit Burger Grill. "The city of Dinuba is absolutely vital to our agriculture and we know how tight knit this community is. We can’t wait to feed the hardworking citizens of this amazing city with our delicious charburgers, award-winning sides, flavorful sandwiches, salads, shakes, and a lot more!”
The 2,800 sq ft. Dinuba restaurant will offer dine-in, takeout and drive-thru; curbside pick-up and delivery will be available via The Habit Mobile App and online at . Guests also have additional convenient ordering options including state-of-the-art indoor self-serve kiosks and delivery through Grubhub, DoorDash, Postmates and Uber Eats.
Connect with The Habit Burger Grill on social media at , , , , and .
Born in Santa Barbara, California in 1969, The Habit Burger Grill is a burger-centric, fast-casual restaurant concept that specializes in preparing fresh, cooked-to-order chargrilled burgers and handcrafted sandwiches featuring grilled tenderloin steak, grilled chicken and sushi-grade ahi tuna cooked over an open flame. In addition, it features fresh handcrafted salads and an appealing selection of sides and shakes. The Habit Burger Grill was featured in Newsweek’s “America’s Favorite Restaurant Chains 2023;” its Tempura Green Beans was named as the top green bean dish in The Daily Meal’s “Ranking Green Bean Dishes From 11 Chain Restaurants” in 2023; and it was named in Thrillist’s list of “Underrated Burger Chains that Need to be in Every State!” The Habit Burger Grill has since grown to over 350 restaurants in 14 states throughout Arizona, California, Florida, Idaho, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Utah, Virginia and Washington as well as 12 international locations, five in China and seven in Cambodia. More information is available at .