Bobby Okereke didn’t just emerge as a bigger play-maker on defense this season for the Indianapolis Colts, the Foothill High and Stanford University grad found a way for his efforts to also combat youth homelessness in Orange County. During his final four games, the second-year linebacker raised money for StandUp for Kids-Orange County, a nonprofit … Continue reading
For the volunteers helping students at Samueli Academy the time might be limited but the parenting won’t be The first floor of the three-story dormitory at Samueli Academy in Santa Ana is fully furnished and ready to house 16 adolescents from Orange County’s child welfare system — girls on one side, boys on the other … Continue reading
A major project milestone, track installation is underway starting at Bristol Street and Santa Ana Boulevard Construction of the OC Streetcar reached a major milestone this month as construction crews have set the first rail into place that will eventually carry the streetcar vehicles through the streets of Santa Ana and Garden Grove. The rail was set in … Continue reading
The OCR The pandemic means challenging times for bars and restaurants but it also creates opportunities. So when Mario Marovic and his business partner Andrew Gabriel got the chance to acquire Muldoon’s Irish Pub, a popular local watering hole in the swanky Fashion Island neighborhood, they seized it. Bar czars Marovic and Gabriel, the masterminds … Continue reading
The rising flood of coronavirus patients has prompted Orange County’s Health Care Agency to warn that emergency room backups have had some ambulances waiting “hours” to offload patients and the county’s critical care network “may collapse unless emergency directives are implemented now.” The grim assessment was sent to Orange County’s 26 emergency receiving centers, as … Continue reading
Some Southern California business owners will defy governor’s coronavirus shutdown order – our community must stand together!
From the apple-growing foothills of Oak Glen to the Pacific Ocean, owners of restaurants, wineries, resorts, hair salons and other enterprises said they would defy the coronavirus shutdown taking effect a minute before midnight on Sunday, Dec. 6. In the midst of a holiday shopping season dramatically reshaped by the COVID-19 pandemic, some Southern California … Continue reading