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Fairmont Prep Football 2017: Schedule, Roster, Stats

FAIRMONT PREP FOOTBALL Coach: Fred Romo League: San Joaquin League Playoff division: Division 13 2016 record: 3-6 overall, 1-4 league 2017 SCHEDULE (All games 7 p.m. unless noted) Date                 Opponent                                   […]

Hot microphone captures GOP senator ripping Trump, mocking lawmaker

Republican Sen. Susan Collins got caught Tuesday, July 25, at the end of a hearing with a microphone that was still hot — and captured her ripping President Donald Trump and making fun of a fellow lawmaker who had been critical of her on health care.

Local youth basketball teams win titles

Two Team Nikos Basketball Academy youth teams won AAU Division II National Championships in their respective divisions earlier this month at the Ladera Sports Center. The club’s 11-under and 14-under squads were victorious, June 30-July 2, against the best AAU squads on the west coast. Invitations to the championship tournament were based on the win-loss record for all […]

Lakers agree to deal with point guard Tyler Ennis

The Lakers decided to bolster their backcourt by retaining a player they had liked. They agreed to a one-year minimum deal with Tyler Ennis, according to league sources familiar with the situation. The Lakers also have a team option on his second year. The Lakers had talks with veteran guards Rajon Rondo and Derrick Rose, […]

San Marino Elementary to be Centralia School District’s first AVID school

More than 250 students at Buena Park’s San Marino Elementary School will soon begin preparing for college and a career. Next month, the Centralia School District, which serves approximately 4,500 Anaheim, Buena Park and La Palma children, launches its first Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program, at San Marino, a K-6 with about 600 students. […]

School district planning campus for growing Platinum Triangle

The Anaheim Elementary School District has started the environmental studies needed for a new school to serve the growing Platinum Triangle area. The district is looking at a school for 1,550 students and 125 staff members near the train tracks at East Howell Avenue and East Katella Avenue. Agencies that might have interest in the […]

Marc Filia gets selected for USA baseball team, but turns it down to honor football commitment with Irvine

Irvine junior Marc Filia loves to play both football and baseball. “It’s whatever sport that is in season that I like,” he said. “I couldn’t choose.” But last week, Filia had to make a choice. Filia, scheduled to be the starting quarterback on the Irvine football team in the fall, was selected to be a […]

Orange County is 7th costliest place for tech workers to rent

According to a study of U.S. and Canadian technology talent by the CBRE real estate brokerage, Southern California ranks among the costliest regions of 50 major technology centers tracked.

Cheers, whoops for McCain’s return, then impassioned speech

In high drama at the Capitol, Sen. John McCain on Tuesday, July 25, delivered a crucial vote in the Republican drive to dismantle the health care law, a win for President Donald Trump and GOP leaders, and then leveled a broadside at how the GOP got there.

Saddleback Memorial Foundation contributes to hospital renovation project

It was not only a beautiful but memorable evening for the Saddleback Memorial Foundation’s spring gala, held at the Monarch Beach Resort in Dana Point on Saturday, May 6. The spring gala benefited Saddleback Memorial Medical Center’s capital campaign, I’MAGINE. Show More Summary

MY VIEW: Historical Society summer barbecue draws crowd and more

An old-fashioned potluck and barbecue lured members of the Fountain Valley Historical Society to their annual Summer Barbecue Sunday afternoon under the shady trees at Heritage Park. About seven hours later, one of those shady trees lost a massive limb, which crashed down on two of the park’s historic buildings, including the restored Talbert Real Estate Office, which […]

After the 2012 protests, groups rally in the community to help it

Joe Baldo knew he had to do something. In 2012, after nearly two weeks of civil unrest stemming from a pair of officer-involved shootings in impoverished neighborhoods on back-to-back July days, Baldo, then a minister who mentored incarcerated youth, saw the ensuing riot as the culmination of everything he experienced in the juvenile hall system. […]

On resignation of city manager: Mayor says time for Anaheim to move in new direction

A couple of weeks after City Manager Paul Emery was asked to resign, Mayor Tom Tait defended his and his three colleagues’ decision to let him go. “We were looking for a change in direction,” Tait told the Anaheim Bulletin. “This is a strong pivot toward the neighborhoods.” Despite the city having a healthy outlook for […]

Is the notorious pond at Poche Beach shrinking? Probably not

No, the notoriously polluted pond at Poche Beach isn’t shrinking. You may have noticed recently that the pond, located on the border of Dana Point and San Clemente, appeared to be getting dramatically smaller. A pipe from a $3 million filtration system built by the county to clean urban runoff was no longer depositing filtered […]

55-year-old man reported missing in Santa Ana

SANTA ANA Police are looking for a 55-year-old Santa Ana man who has been missing for nearly two weeks. On July 13, Salvador Ortiz Plascencia was involved in an argument with his adult son at their residence in the 1600 block of North Parton Street, police said in a statement. He left the residence and was […]

Old Towne Boys and Girls Club is in full swing

Summer fun is under way at the Old Towne Boys & Girls Club, which stands ready to significantly expand its programs in the fall. Since opening in May as a sister location of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tustin, the clubhouse has provided after-school and summer activities for 236 children. Tony Tripp, chief executive […]

For these baby boomers, Laguna Woodstock is all about the music and togetherness

It will be an evening of psychedelic music, tie-dye and nostalgia in Laguna Woods VIllage on Saturday, July 29, when an expected 700-plus baby boomers will go back in time to the hippie days. Although it won’t be exactly the same as the Woodstock Festival in 1969, people can expect to have the same feeling […]

Brain study examined 111 former NFL players. Only one didn’t have CTE.

Researchers studying the link between football and chronic traumatic encephalopathy found that 99 percent of the brains donated by families of former NFL players showed signs of the neurodegenerative disease, according to a new study published Tuesday. In all, researchers from Boston University School of Medicine and the VA Boston Healthcare System examined 202 brains […]

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