Top Ten Stories for March 29 through April 04 included COVID-19 response: eviction moratorium, layoffs, high school, hotline, takeout. Top Ten Stories for March 29 through April 04 the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Garden Grove reminds tenants, landlords of
In an effort to provide students with reliable, high-speed internet access — and in keeping with social-distancing directives issued by county, state, and national officials — Cypress College is launching “Drive-Up WiFi” available to all enrolled students. Wireless access will be available to students in Lot #1 on a first-come,
By the time we arrived shortly after 9:15 a.m. this morning, a long line had already formed at produce vendor Finca Bonita. Customers, some but not all wearing masks, patiently and politely observed a six-foot minimal distance while filling plastic bags with carrots, leeks, bell peppers, onions, and potatoes. Eggs
White Sands Salon and Day Spa is closed “for the duration” but their shelves are open. If you need hair or skin products, they will provide curbside pickup or local delivery while supplies last. Check their website, their Instagram account, Twitter, and their Facebook page! Or call 714-761-4731.
Top Ten Stories for March 22 through March 28 included COVID-19 response: layoffs, farmer’s markets, County and city responses. Top Ten Stories for March 22 through March 28 were the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): First coronavirus case in Lakewood
The Orange County Health Care Agency has updated its COVID-19 monitoring page with numbers for individual cites — but cities with fewer than 25,000 residents are grouped together with unincorporated portions of the County. For our core coverage area, that means individual numbers for Cypress and Seal Beach, while numbers
At the request of our readers, we talked with the Cypress Police Department about street sweeping, currently suspended. Short- and mid-term outlook: the Cypress Police Department is waiting around like the rest of us to see whether the COVID-19 lockdown remains in effect after March 31. As this article is
Under powers granted by a State proclamation, the Cypress City Council met via telephone conferencing. The agenda and staff reports are available on the official City website. The audio of the meeting will be posted on the City website in a timely fashion. The following is a rough transcript as
A single bounding and trotting but cheerful employee controlled traffic for checkout at Stater Bros. Cypress this morning. We continued our survey of local grocery stores, and found no outside queue at Stater Bros. on Valley View Street in Cypress. Plenty of carts were available in the parking lot return
As shortages of certain high-demand items continue, at least one grocery store is going beyond limiting the number of items in high-demand categories like toilet paper and hand sanitizer. Ralphs Cypress shopper queue outside, waiting patiently. As one shopper leaves, an employee allows a queued shopper to enter. We were
A notice posted to Facebook announces that the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Anaheim-Cypress will close through March 27. The letter from President Anne Hertz-Mallari and CEO John Machiaverna reads (in English and Spanish): Dear Boys & Girls Club Community, We have decided to temporarily close the Club, in
In response to COVID-19, Bishop Kevin Vann of the Diocese of Orange has issued a notice dispensing the Catholic faithful within his Diocese from the weekly obligation to attend Mass. The notice shown at right is posted on the northern entrance to the sanctuary at St. Irenaeus Church in Cypress.