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10 hrs ago | Patch.com
A rundown of calls that came into the O.C. Sheriff's Department November 1-2. Incidents reported from Dana Point are noted as such.
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14 hrs ago | Patch.com
Planning on greeting the weekend by relaxing in front of your wood-burning fireplace Friday? Better think again, says the South Coast Air Quality Management District.
The county health department closed a Dana Point deli for a week last month after finding evidence of rodents.
The first residential/commercial development of its kind proposed for Dana Point's Town Center won unanimous approval from the Planning Commission on Monday night.
My "significant other," Irene Schapiro, and I decided to go out to dinner Friday and were on our way to Dana Point for Chinese food as we approached the Laguna Hills Mall and decided to stop at BJ's Restaurant & Brew House due to the potential traffic on Friday evening, Nov. 29. We had to park around the corner because of a lack of open spaces and ... (more)
"I love the snow. Wintertime is my favorite time of year. It was just beautiful, standing around the rocks, standing by the edge."
Despite making changes to its plans for a new Doheny Hotel in Dana Point, Beverly Hills Hospitality Group couldn't avoid what local residents called the "elephant in the room" as dozens of speakers protested the proposed hotel, most notably its height, during a Planning Commission public hearing Monday night.
San Clemente's Brenda Miller says she'd love to get people to walk, scooter, skateboard or bicycle on short trips, leaving the car at home.
The city of Dana Point will allow businesses to post banners and signs indicating they are open and where to find parking during upcoming construction on Pacific Coast Highway as part of the city's Town Center project, according to Public Works Director Brad Fowler.
Four Orange County nonprofit organizations collected nearly $19,000 through the Dana Point Turkey Trot, which held its 36th annual races on Thanksgiving.
Lyon Communities, recognized as one of the largest and most respected privately held multi-family real estate companies in Southern California, has launched their annual "Giving Back For The Holidays" campaign at 13 communities in Orange County.
Fire Weather Watch for Orange County was issued at December 13 at 5:31AM PST