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Orange County Water District Approves Water Purchase Agreement Term Sheet with Poseidon Water more Desalination deal draws criticism from groups concerned about water affordability more Huntington Beach Woman's Love of Beach and Volunteerism Leads to National Award more
Rio Wilhelmi Affiliates with the Huntington Beach Office of Coldwell Banker more Parkland Rally Saturday at HB Pier more Erika Jensen Affiliates with the Huntington Beach Office of Coldwell Banker more
Last Week's DUI arrests by HBPD more Gas Prices Rise For Now, Relief In Sight as Oil Drops Under $70 more Have you seen this lost man? more
Ginger & The Hoosier Daddys at Sunday's Concert in the Park more Brewster's historic ice house is open again! more Busy Grand Opening Day at Duck Donuts more
Jimboy's Tacos opens at 5th and PCH more Alzheimer's Family Center in HB Welcomes Marissa Demes to its Board of Directors more Huntington Beach Happenings more
From Dodge dealer to Hole in the Ground more Azul Beach Music Festival a Fraud! more Minor body work needed more


Southland News Stories

Molding Musicians Program more Mosey on over to Boots, Beer and BBQ Bash July 22 more City Of Santa Ana Down Payment Assistance Loan Program more
Pet adoptions continue to soar thanks to Priceless Pets Rescue and Costa Mesa city staff more La Palma Seeking City Council Candidates more Jack Robinson Wins 2018 Rip Curl Cup on Swell of the Year at Padang Padang more
Traffic Construction on Seal Beach Boulevard near Shops at Rossmoor more Costa Mesa Reaches Legal Agreement On Costa Mesa Motor Inn Site more Special Guests Rock at Elks Summer Sock Hop more
Santa Ana PD & OCFA arrest arson suspect for allegedly setting fire in Santiago Creek more Fullerton Elks delivers food to residents of Fisher House more Repeat DUI offenses result in numerous injuries and result in several felony charges more
James Irvine Family Heir Weds Susan Jeske, CEO of the Ms. America Pageant and Former Ms. America 1997 more Famed author of ‘The Martian’ will be in Mission Viejo July 18 more Orange Elks at the CHOC Picnic more
One More Productions Presents Hello Dolly at the Gem Theatre more Westminster man convicted of assaulting two FV officers more Long Beach Murder Investigation at Wardlow and Orange more
Community Invited to Meet & Greet New Executive Directors in the City of Santa Ana more Stephanie Gilmore Wins Corona Open J-Bay more From a selfie museum to blue-ribbon competitions, the 2018 OC Fair's exhibits are sure to impress more


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La Palma Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Classes Starting

Local Orange County Business Paper Mart plans Customer Appreciation Day August 3

Marissa Chow Wins The 2018 Women's California State Open

OC Crime Lab accepts international honor recognizing the lab's performance and efficiency


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Anti-Semitism Creeps Back more

Until We see Their Faces more


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The stuff friends are made of more An early Christmas for needy kids more

She’s not heavy; she’s my wife more


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Ginger & The Hoosier Daddys at Sunday's Concert in the Park


Brewster's historic ice house is open again!


Busy Grand Opening Day at Duck Donuts


Jimboy's Tacos opens at 5th and PCH


Stephanie Gilmore Wins Corona Open J-Bay


Jack Robinson Wins 2018 Rip Curl Cup on Swell of the Year at Padang Padang


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