Costa Mesa CA

Top Ten Stories for May 29 through June 04 included a weekend closure of the I-405, a political endorsement, and an new Amazon Fresh store. Top Ten Stories for May 29 through June 04 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and …continue reading

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Orange County Supervisor Katrina Foley today announced that the County of Orange was awarded $10,675,000 in new funding under Round Two of California’s Project Homekey program to acquire and convert the Motel 6 on Newport Boulevard in Costa Mesa into 88 units of affordable housing. “I am thrilled my City …continue reading

featured graphic for Katrina Foley, 2nd District Supervisor for the County of Orange, California., after COVID-19

Orange County Supervisor Katrina Foley released the following statement in response to two court rulings today that impact the City of Costa Mesa and surrounding communities. Stephan Taylor Scarpa was found guilty of killing former Costa Mesa Fire Caption Mike Kreza. Mr. Scarpa was found to be under the influence …continue reading

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Top Ten Stories for July 26 through August 1 included SNAP benefits increase, unemployment benefits, and Bolsa Chica wetlands burning. Top Ten Stories for July 26 through August 1 the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): SNAP benefits to increase in …continue reading

Top Ten Stories for February 23 through February 29 included Costa Mesa and COVID-19, a shooting in Long Beach, and Chick-fil-A chickening out. Top Ten Stories for February 23 through February 29 were the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Long …continue reading

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Orange County Supervisors Andrew Do and Michelle Steel are proposing an emergency training and resource program for frontline healthcare workers and first responders to better prepare Orange County to respond to COVID-19 and avoid mistakes and delays, experienced by other jurisdictions in the worldwide response to coronavirus. “Orange County will …continue reading