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An outdoor production of "The Nativity" in Brea will once again feature local elected officials playing the roles of the three wise men.
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"We are looking to build something that would mitigate the impact of a storm surge," the group's co-founder Brian McCormick told a crowd of real estate and commercial luminaries at a Dec. 5 gala at Sunset Park's Industry City.
Brea, Calif. - Earlier this year 6D Helmets submitted a 90 second video to Fast Company Magazine's "Drive Your Business Forward" contest depicting how a Sprinter van would help support their business.
Woody's Yogurt Place in Strawberry Village was recently honored with The International Frozen Yogurt Association 's Honor Program for their frozen yogurt quality, store cleanliness, superior customer service, and environmentally friendly business practices.
Campbell County has created a new economic development officer position to retain and create jobs.
The woman, identified as Martha Rodezno, 51, of Los Angeles, was last seen Saturday night at a gathering where she became upset and left, according to the Santa Ana Police Department.
Send about 200 kids back to class after recess, then tell them a dog is visiting, and the result is pretty much pandemonium albeit organized pandemonium.
Cold weather brought snow to the foothills as Paradise Recreation and Park District Brian Boyd scraps snow off the ice rink at Terry Ashe Recreation Center Friday, Dec. 6, 2013 in Paradise, Calif.
When U.S. regulators adopt the Volcker rule on Tuesday, they will make good on a promise by politicians to rein in banks' ability to gamble with their own money.
Assemblyman Brian Nestande was attacked in The Desert Sun for trying to help constituents understand affordable health care legislation.
The Department of Public Enterprises put speculation about Eskom chief executive Brian Dames to rest yesterday when it said it had no hand in his decision to step down.
Cha Cha's Latin Kitchen is gearing up for their second annual holiday toy-drive to benefit local families in need.
The Brea Community Emergency Council's annual food drive began Monday with the nonprofit hoping to receive enough donations to feed about 200 local families after falling short last year.