July 2021 will mark fifteen years since we first opened our theater doors to create and showcase the Performing Arts. The last fifteen years have been filled with so many memorable musical moments, and we can’t wait to to celebrate this momentous occasion with you and your family! Playing as
Top Ten Stories for February 2021 include a Garden Grove groundbreaking, emergency rental assistance, and vaccinations. The Top Ten Stories for February 2021 were the most read stories at Orange County Breeze over the month of February 2020 (excluding weather forecasts and events): Pavilion Plaza West shopping development breaks ground,
Top Ten Stories for February 14 through February 20 include a Cypress power outage, a Lakewood vaccination clinic, and traffic deaths. Top Ten Stories for February 14 through February 20 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Brief power outage
According to the Orange County Coroner, two separate incidents on different days each resulted in the death of a pedestrian after being struck by a vehicle. On Sunday, February 7, an unnamed male aged 74 was struck shortly after 5:30 p.m. by a vehicle in Westminster. The victim was transported
Top Ten Stories for January 31 through February 06 include rental and employer assistance, COVID-19 restrictions, and a soup recipe. Top Ten Stories for January 31 through February 06 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): County of Orange launches
A Mexican national who pleaded guilty to a federal racketeering offense and admitted participating in a scheme to launder drug trafficking proceeds – which included attempting to purchase a bank to facilitate the money laundering – was sentenced today to 87 months in federal prison. Pablo Hernandez, 80, of Tijuana,
On Thursday, November 19, 2020, at approximately 7:15 a.m., a solo vehicle traffic collision occurred in the area of Beach Boulevard, north of McFadden Avenue. A 22 year old male from the city of Huntington Beach was driving a 2004 Honda, northbound on Beach Boulevard at an undetermined speed, north
With school looking different this year, OC Public Libraries’ literacy program, OC READ / Families for Literacy (OC READ), will be launching a series of Back-to-School events to support distance learning. “The County understands the need for literacy and family engagement are important in building a foundation for learning,” said
According to information released on Tuesday, September 15, the Orange County Mosquito and Vector Control District reports one human West Nile Virus infection in Rossmoor, and one in Huntington Beach. Positive mosquito samples were also found in the following cities in Orange County Breeze’s coverage area: Anaheim, 60 Buena Park,
Intermittent closures of I-405 and some adjacent streets in Westminster are scheduled during the next several weeks as the reconstruction of three bridges spanning the freeway are reaching major milestones as part of the I-405 Improvement Project. The closures are related to the reconstruction of the bridges at Bolsa Chica
The City of Westminster remains under California’s mandatory stay-at-home order related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Effective from March 19, 2020, the stay-at-home order does not currently have an end date, and therefore, the City of Westminster and its residents and businesses must continue to abide by the state’s order.
On October 12, 2019 at approximately 0424 hours the Upland Police Department initiated a traffic stop on a Toyota Scion for an equipment violation. The driver did not yield and a pursuit ensued. The pursuit entered westbound I-10, where CHP (California Highway Patrol) units assumed the pursuit from Upland P.D.