California may have the world’s sixth-largest economy, but that’s cold comfort for young adults confronting a dismal summer job market. Once known for its beautiful beaches, moderate climate and stunning vistas, California today is better known for being inhospitable to the middle class — a net importer of better educated, higher-earning employees, and a net […]
What lurks beneath the surface of your real estate deal? Several "bombs" could derail the deal.
A headline of a recent Register story described the situation on the Santa Ana City Council as a tug-of-war. It couldn’t be more accurate as warring blocs continue to jockey for control of the dais. The latest issue revolves around the sudden departure of Police Chief Carlos Rojas, who voluntarily took the job as chief […]
We’re reminded this week how much some Hollywood celebrities dig houses. Talk show maven Ellen DeGeneres takes them on as projects, lives in them and moves on. Jeremy Renner and Kristoffer Winters survived their starving-actor stage by flipping houses; now Winters devotes himself full-time to the...
FULLERTON – Cal State Fullerton suffered a setback last weekend when it dropped the final two games of a three-game series at Cal Poly. With every Big West Conference baseball game meaning so much for the second-place Titans, ace right-hander Connor Seabold was charged with stopping that little bit of bleeding on Friday night. Seabold […]
A high-speed freeway pursuit of a wanted suspect from Whittier ended in Orange County Friday night, April 28. A silver Honda sedan driving at times more than 100 mph sped southbound on the 5 freeway. Live aerial media coverage showed the car evading cars and California Highway Patrol office vehicles, sometimes getting off the freeway and […]
ANAHEIM — Cam Talbot, the undrafted pride of the Alabama-Huntsville Chargers, stood in a crease that became his own private Alamo Friday night. Except he survived. The Edmonton goaltender was as brilliant as he was beleaguered. He held off the onrushing Ducks, 2-1, and gave the Oilers a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference semifinals. […]
SALT LAKE CITY – When Doc Rivers prepared to address his Clippers in the small locker room next to the tunnel that led to the deafeningly loud stage that awaited them, he did not plan to focus so much on the particulars of Game 6 as he did a broader message. “I usually try to […]
ANAHEIM – Falling in Game 1 on home ice left the Ducks feeling desperate in Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals and they responded by outplaying the Edmonton Oilers. It didn’t matter. The team with the commanding lead in the best-of-7 series has the edge in goal. Cam Talbot stonewalled the Ducks time and […]
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO >> Winning a series in the competitive Trinity League is difficult, and it will almost certainly determine tiebreakers at the end of the regular season. No. 9 JSerra beat No. 4 Mater Dei,10-5, on Friday in a Trinity League game at JSerra High to win two out of the three games in […]
LOS ANGELES — Whether it was Kenta Maeda’s cut fastball, Cody Bellinger’s bunting, or Corey Seager’s baserunning, the Dodgers did not rely on what got them to the big leagues to beat the Philadelphia Phillies on Friday night. But for a team that had been languishing under.500, playing a clever brand of baseball was […]
ANAHEIM — The Edmonton Oilers arrived earlier than anyone might have expected. Sure, they had the remarkable Connor McDavid to inject life into a moribund franchise that hadn’t advanced to the Stanley Cup playoffs since reaching the finals in 2005-06 and losing to the Carolina Hurricanes. No question, they had stronger, steadier goaltending in Cam Talbot. […]
A resident has been sickened and another person may have become ill after drinking deer-antler tea purchased locally, according to a warning issued Friday by Los Angeles County and Orange County public health officials. A preliminary investigation has found that the two people who drank the tea purchased it in March, but it was […]
“I have to remind myself that I didn’t like pay for a VIP pass, I’m here and I’m performing,” Bryan said.
OCVarsity publishes job openings for coaches and athletic department administrators at the Orange County high schools. The listed is updated on a regular basis. Each job opening includes the date it was first posted here. Job openings are removed after two months. If your school has an opening that you would like to add to […]
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As days turned into weeks and weeks into months leading up to the draft, a profile of sorts was being built on new coach Sean McVay inside Rams headquarters. And a key trait soon emerged. McVay, those working closely with him explained, had a unique ability to articulate exactly what he was looking for in […]
ANAHEIM – Injuries continue to change the look and shape of the Ducks’ defense corps, with one regular not playing Game 2 of their best-of-7 second-round series against Edmonton and another still not to the point of coming back in. Kevin Bieksa’s lower-body injury kept him out of Friday night’s contest. Bieksa left the game […]
Newport Beach police Friday asked for the public’s help finding 61-year-old Yanning Liu. She was last seen walking from her home Friday, April 28, in the morning, but it was unknown where she was going, police said in a bulletin. “At this time, she is considered to be a critical missing person, and is in need […]
Fabian Moreau’s injury was barely a month old. Eddie Vanderdoes was more than two years removed from his. With Moreau’s stock falling and Vanderdoes’ rising, the UCLA duo nearly converged in the third round of the NFL draft Friday night. Moreau was selected 81st overall by the Washington Redskins and Vanderdoes, a Northern California native, […]