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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).
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
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Towns/Cities near brea, california : La Habra Yorba Linda Fullerton Whittier La Mirada Buena Park Diamond Bar
What you need to know about the California WaterFix
Yolo Basin Foundation's Flyway Nights speaker series on Thursday, March 1, will highlight "What You Need to Know About the California WaterFix" from Brian "B.G." Heiland, principal engineer at the State Water Project Analysis Office of the California Department of Water Resources. Heiland will provide background information about the existing State Water Project and Central Valley Project, boil down the details within the tens of thousands of pages developed as part of the environmental review process, provide a status update on current activities, and describe where the project goes from here.Saratoga teen and budding musician invited to perform at Carnegie Hall
Esha Krishnamoorthy, a 19-year-old singer-songwriter from Saratoga, released her first single, 'Just Don't Let Me Go,' last month. She has been invited to perform at Carnegie Hall in June.Daxon: Brea's revised public assembly ordinance ready for City Council's vote
Last month I reported on Brea's proposed Public Assembly Ordinance that was not voted on by the City Council following public outcry and a challenge by the American Civil Liberties Union. Instead, Brea's city attorneys, James Markman and Terrance Boga, met with the ACLU attorney and modifications were made to the proposal.Warning issued after pesticide-poisoned Mexican cactus found in California
Start your day with the news you need from the Bay Area and beyond. Sign up for our new Morning Report weekday newsletter .'Preacher' Co-Creator Launches Horror Comic 'A Walk Through Hell'
Weird things are happening in a warehouse in California, and two FBI agents are about to find out just how scary Long Beach can get. That's the hook behind A Walk Through Hell , an upcoming comic book series by Preacher co-creator Garth Ennis launching later this year from indie publisher AfterShock Comics.Cactus pads treated with harmful pesticides found in California stores
California officials are warning consumers to stay away from imported cactus pads from Mexico sold at specific stores because they may have been treated with unapproved pesticides. Inspectors with the California Department of Pesticide Regulation found several pesticides, including dimethoate, omethoate, monocrotophos and methidathion, at levels that pose a health risk to humans.Mid-week notes: Janice Min, the LA Times and a big move in Sacramento
Interesting revelation on Tuesday from Janice Min, the editor who successfully reinvented the Hollywood Reporter. She told the Code Media conference in Huntington Beach that Tronc officials had approached her last year about taking a role at the Los Angeles Times.Justin Bogle Injury Update
Brea, CA Autotrader/Yoshimura/Suzuki Factory Racing Team rider Justin Bogle sustained a broken right arm during the opening lap of the second 450 heat race at the San Diego Supercross. The RM-Z450 rider successfully underwent surgery on Monday and is on the road to recovery.Chris Hardwick talks stand-up, romance and bringing his ID10T Fest to Southern California
Comedian and talk show host Chris Hardwick will bring his stand-up to Brea Improv Friday, Feb. 16 and Saturday, Feb. 17. Chris Hardwick is easily one of the busiest guys in Hollywood. Not only does he host "The Walking Dead" and "Fear the Walking Dead" after show, "Talking Dead" on AMC , he's also hosting NBC's new game show, "The Wall," and he recently made the decision to change the title, but not the vibe, of his popular and long-running Nerdist Podcast to the ID10T Podcast earlier this month.'Violet's' brief trek covers vast emotional ground in Anaheim Hills
While fellow passengers on a Greyhound bus,Violet and Flick become friends. Finding uplift in a story about physical and emotional pain isn't easy, but that's exactly what Jeanine Tesori and Brian Crawley do in the musical "Violet."BCC launch Young Enterprise Scheme for 2018
An introductory event to the Young Enterprise Scheme, hosted by regional co-ordinators BCC, was held at the Manawatu Golf Club on Tuesday. About 150 students from high schools throughout the region gathered to learn from 25 local business mentors, including Palmerston North mayor Grant Smith, councillor and Hotel Coachman owner Leone Hapeta, Central Economic Development Agency business growth advisor Brian Sami and Manawatu Chamber of Commerce chief executive Amanda Linsley.Villaraigosa Visits Sacramento as Gubernatorial Race Heats Up
Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa visited Sacramento on Monday to pick up two endorsements from law enforcement organizations. The first was the Peace Officers Research Association of California , the largest law enforcement group in the state, representing 70,000 people working in public safety.Brea's newest public art piece, "Centennial Door,"...
Internationally renowned artist Carlos Terres talks about the meaning and symbolism of his sculpture, BreaA's newest art piece A'Centennial DoorA' at the entrance to Lagos de Moreno Park on Saturday, February 10, 2018. "Centennial Door" is artist Carlos Terres' vision for the community's future.Urgent care center holds grand opening
Marking their 'soft" opening on Jan. 17, officials and members of the St. Clare Health Care family celebrated the official opening and ribbon cutting at their new location in the Hardyston Mercantile Mall on Route 94 in Hardyston. Many of the Open House speakers, namely, St. Clare's Chief Executive Officer Brian Finestein, Hardyston Mayor Carl Miller, Sussex County Chamber of Commerce president Tammie Horsefield and advisory board member Virginia Littell all expressed the idea that the urgent care center is local and centrally local to most Sussex County towns.Notes: Times' new owner is a coastal land baron
Rep. Adam Schiff took part in a Saturday morning media event at Silver Lake Reservoir and heard lots of words of support for his watchdogging of President Trump and the Russian election meddling investigation. Photo by Iris Schneider.Pot promoters eye San Anselmo as bud hub
With its central location in the county, San Anselmo is proving to be an attractive spot for people interested in getting into the newly legal business of selling marijuana. Four different groups are exploring the possibility of selling either medical or recreational cannabis in town, even though the Town Council passed an ordinance in October prohibiting such activities.Historic church, host to many weddings, to be moved from Knott's Berry Farm
The Church of Reflections, which has been at Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park since 1955, on Thursday, February 8, 2018. It will soon be moving to a church property about a mile away.
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