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Brea adopts lifesaving phone app
The city of Brea is partnering with the Metro Cities Fire Authority to potentially help save lives through a smartphone app.
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8 hrs ago
The Cuero Record, Cuero, Texas
Ribbon cutting for 3 businesses scheduled May 1
For the first time, the Cuero Chamber of Commerce will host a triple ribbon cutting ceremony.
15 hrs ago
Harley Ray Pitt
He was born Feb. 6, 1926, in Lowell, to James Luther and Katherine "Kate" Haines Pitt.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Sugarland Wine and Food Affair ready to impress with chefs, wine and food
The 11th Annual Sugar Land Wine & Food Affair is set to wow visitors this weekend, April 23-27, 2014 with an array of new attractions and added international flair.
Study shows Amazon tax collection hurts sales
The first large scale study of the impact of adding sales tax to Amazon.com purchases shows that the added tax results in a decline of online purchases.
Restaurant News Resource
TGI Friday's and Carlson Restaurants Accused of Labor Law...
The lawsuit, which alleges violations of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act and the New York Labor Law , was filed by four former TGI Friday's workers from the New York metro area in New York federal court on behalf of current and former servers, bussers, runners, bartenders, barbacks, hosts, and other tipped workers at the restaurant chain.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Whittier Daily News
a Catsa takes the stage at La Mirada Theatre
LA MIRADA >> Local theater lovers don't have to travel any further than a short drive to experience one of the most beloved musicals ever.
IE Market Continues to be Sought After
Join us at the The Encore Las Vegas in Las Vegas, NV, where we will bring together the top student housing executives from across the country who will cover the hottest topics in financing, investment, brokerage, development and property management, our industry leaders will give the highest level views on the sector - at RealShare STUDENT HOUSING ... (more)
a L.A.'s $430 million trash train 'too expensive' to use
Inland Orange County, that landfill of Los Angeles, is collecting $15 million to take in 648,210 tons of Angeleno trash each year.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Scenes from Wondercon: TV Guide Magazine's Showrunner Panel; TNT Panel; More
It's becoming an Easter Eve tradition: Heading down to Anaheim on the Saturday of Wondercon to moderate TV Guide Magazine's "Fan Favorites Showrunner" panel .
Mellow time for 420 in S.F.
An entrepreneur sells pre-rolled joints during 420 celebrations at Hippie Hill in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, Calif., on Sunday, April 20, 2014.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Lo becomes Merced County judge; first Hmong judge in U.S.
Paul Lo is sworn in as Superior Court Judge by presiding judge Hon. Brian McCabe during his investiture ceremony in Merced Friday, making him the first ever Hmong-American judge in history.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
California farmers to get more water
Drought-stricken California farmers and cities are set to get more water as state and federal officials ease cutbacks due to recent rain and snow, officials announced on Friday.
Peter Fischetti: Special young man has unique tie to firefighters
Matthew Armitt, 22, center, holds his painting that hangs in Corona Fire Station 5, with firefighters Ben Corral, and Brian Edmisten, at left, and Engineer Jeff Davis and Capt.
Contra Costa Times
Today's Music Picks: Broken Bells set for Oakland
James Mercer is best known as the leader of The Shins; yet, he's done his finest work in Broken Bells.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Times Record News
Small-business finalists named
Finalists for the Wichita Falls Chamber of Commerce & Industry's small-business awards have been named, Chamber Services Director Yvonne Milner said.
The Orange County Register
passport to Pink's
Pink's Hot Dogs cook Marvin Moran prepares an order Friday at the La Brea location of the Los Angeles institution.
Advocates for tighter borders stage protest in Brea
Fifteen protesters holding banners with faces of those killed by undocumented immigrants gathered outside of Congressman Ed Royce's Brea office last week advocating for tighter borders.
No Ethics Hearing Date Set For Turner Investigation
The Star's Tony Cook set out to learn when the first hearing date for the House Ethics Committee investigation of State Rep. Eric Turner and his use of his Speaker Pro Tem leadership position to lobby on behalf of his family's nursing home business interests and came up empty.
West Side and South Side Leader
Sharon trustees discuss recent township break-ins
One of many issues the Sharon Board of Trustees discussed at the April 8 meeting included reports of two alleged attempted break-ins on township property.