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Brea is located in southwestern California, just outside of Los Angeles. The area began as a crude oil production center in the beginning of the 1900s. The towns Olinda and Randolph were developed as residential communities for oil workers and their families. In 1911 the two towns merged and became Brea, which in Spanish means "tar." As oil production declined it was replaced with lemon and orange groves, which gradually gave way to industrial and residential development. Notable residents have included film director/producer/screenwriter James Cameron and musician James Hetfield (Metallica).

Population: 35410
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Downtown News Los Angeles Independent Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings
Local Colleges: Southern California College of Business and Law Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary-Southern California

Zip Codes associated with brea, california: 92821 92823
Towns/Cities near brea, california : La Habra Yorba Linda Fullerton Whittier La Mirada Buena Park Diamond Bar

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Bel-Air fire is a parable for L.A.'s extremes of wealth and misery....

A scorched pot is among the few remnants of a homeless camp where investigators believe the Skirball fire, which burned more than 400 acres, started. A scorched pot is among the few remnants of a homeless camp where investigators believe the Skirball fire, which burned more than 400 acres, started.

Time and money lost to Canada's infrastructure gap a 'tremendous loss'

If you're reading this while waiting for a bus or a train or a shipment of goods - or a download - then you'll understand: Canada has an infrastructure problem. "Ten thousand years is how much additional time commuters in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver spend stuck in traffic every single year as a result of road congestion from key bottlenecks in those cities," the Canadian Chamber of Commerce said in a report released this year.

California breweries just hit a stunning new milestone

Shadow Puppet Brewing Co. owner Brian Blackburn pours a Belgium Tripel at their brewery in Livermore, Calif., on Friday, Jan. 27, 2017.

Skirball fire remains at 85 percent containment on Tuesday morning

Firefighters with the Los Angeles Fire Department work alongside inmate firefighters from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation during the the Skirball fire in Bel-Air on Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017. Brian Petrunich spends time with his wife Claudia in an evacuation center at Van Nuys Sherman Oaks War Memorial Park in Sherman Oaks on Thursday, Dec. 07, 2017.

Skirball fire remains at 85 percent containment on Tuesday morning

Firefighters with the Los Angeles Fire Department work alongside inmate firefighters from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation during the the Skirball fire in Bel-Air on Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017. Brian Petrunich spends time with his wife Claudia in an evacuation center at Van Nuys Sherman Oaks War Memorial Park in Sherman Oaks on Thursday, Dec. 07, 2017.

Tree lighting starts the holidays in Brea

Kimberly Sommer of Kimberly & Renee real estate consultants, sponsor of the tree lighting ceremony, offers her son Easton, 11 months, held by his dad Sean, a candy cane at the City of BreaA's holiday tree lighting event A'Light Up Your SeasonA' held at the Civic & Cultural Center on Thursday, December 7, 2017. The city hosted its annual tree lighting on Dec. 7, featuring performances by local school children, holiday activities and a visit by Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus.

A 1970 Camaro That Was Built To Go Fast And Look Good Doing It

Nick Relampagos of Castro Valley, California, was on a roll. He was just finishing a 1970 Chevelle SS and one would think all was good with the world, but there was a problem.

Local Palestinian rights groups rally to tell Trump: Hands off Jerusalem

Palestinian rights activists rally in L.A. on Sunday against President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel; a smaller group of counter-protesters hailed the move. Palestinian rights activists rally in L.A. on Sunday against President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel; a smaller group of counter-protesters hailed the move.

Government not backing away from museum plan

NT Chamber of Commerce's Brian O'Gallagher isn't sold on the NT Government's planned $50 million museum at Myilly Point. Picture: IVAN RACHMAN Of the more than 1600 voters who had responded by last night to an NT News poll on if they supported the project, 82.5 per cent said they were against it.

Business leaders to set stage for economic growth

The narrative around the new Team Manitoba provincial economic development initiative suggests that after spending a year and a half working on the fiscal management of the province, the Pallister government is ready to turn its attention to economic development. A new working group to advise the province will be headed by Payworks founder and CEO Barb Gamey and former Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce president Dave Angus.

LA Weekly's New Interim Editor-in-Chief Explains Why He...

Hillel Aron was appointed Friday afternoon, a week after majority of LA Weekly editorial and writing staff were let go Aron was the only staff writer retained after most of his colleagues were laid off Nov. 29, an event former editor-in-chief Mara Shalhoup compared to the "Red Wedding" on "Game of Thrones." Aron tells TheWrap that the layoffs took him by surprise, but admits he didn't consider his own job at risk.

Architect calls out premier for focusing on her shoes instead of her work

An award-winning architect says she has dealt with much worse in her professional life than a joke Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister made about her fashion choices, but she feels compelled to call out his focus on her footwear over her work. Pallister began his annual state-of-the-province speech Thursday by thanking Johanna Hurme, chairwoman of the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce.

In the news today, Dec. 8

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau poses for a photograph with kids after kayaking on the Niagara River in Niagara-on-the Lake, Ont., on Monday, June 5, 2017. Trudeau was promoting World Environment Day.

Retail-restaurant roundup: Desperado BBQ sauce maker meets Paula...

Steve Botkin, the creator of locally made Desperado BBQ, was featured recently on a cooking show hosted by former Food Network star Paula Deen. Botkin, a pitmaster who developed his own barbecue sauce, demonstrates how to smoke brisket at home "without smoking up the house," he said.

In Costa Mesa, 'Mr. Burns' misses the comedic edge of its 'Simpsons' origins

The evil Montgomery Burns terrorizes Bart Simpson in Act Three of "Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play." The play's Orange County premiere is a co-production of Alchemy Theatre Company and Costa Mesa Playhouse.

Region's restricted bidding continues to drive up costs: study

Contractors attending a business lunch put on by the Greater Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday were asked a no-brainer during a presentation that followed. "How many of you would rather be in an environment where you're bidding against 3.7 compared to eight?" asked Brian Dijkema, work and economics program director at Cardus, a not-for-profit, non-partisan think tank.

Drummond: Sheriff deputy assigned to Yorba Linda schools to spread anti-drug, anti-violence message

A deputy sheriff is scheduled to begin work this week in Yorba Linda's public and private schools in a program to provide drug and violence diversion education to fifth- through 12th-grade students. The deputy's assignment will supplement the existing School Resource Officer program, assist in homeless liaison efforts and be available for operations conducted by the North Orange County Public Safety Task Force.

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