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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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$3.5 million crowdfunded drone campaign flops, lawsuit alleges

The marketplace for the consumer drone is skyrocketing. Now there are more than 770,000 drones registered with the US Federal Aviation Administration.

Article 50: Worries over 'fluid' border between north and south

File photo dated 15/06/16 of fraffic crossing the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland in the village of Bridgend, Co Donegal. For residents of the small Irish village, prime ministerial statements made in the distant Westminster Parliament are usually an irrelevant affair.

Council pay scales up for review; Any changes would affect next council

Mayor Keith Hobbs introduced a resolution at Monday night's meeting that would establish a citizen committee to review council remuneration and make recommendations, a process which has not taken place since 2008. "I think it's high time and I really think by the time the work is done it's not going to affect this council," Hobbs said.

N.S. Liberal government bucks trend, promises back-to-back balanced budgets

Nova Scotia's Liberal government is committing to a balanced budget for 2017-18 - its second straight year in the black, as red ink keeps flowing in other East Coast provinces. Randy Delorey confirmed during a speech to the Halifax Chamber of Commerce Tuesday that the April 27 budget will confirm the government has balanced its 2016-17 books, and will introduce a balanced budget for the year ahead.

Aliso Viejo rosarian says diligence is key to growing prize-winning blooms

Tom Cooney holds one of the few roses blooming right now in his Aliso Viejo garden. Cooney is a master gardener specializing in roses.

Daxon: Chamber support for Brea Place proposal not surprising

At the March 28 Brea Planning Commission meeting, the Hines people will present their Brea Place project to the commissioners and, I am certain, to a room full of concerned citizens. After the February commission meeting, several people told me they were surprised the Brea Chamber of Commerce endorsed the Hines project.

Clunkers for ZEVs? Bill aims to boost sales of clean cars in California

A bill filed in the California Legislature would give a tax credit to drivers who trade in their cars for electric vehicles. A bill filed in the California Legislature would give a tax credit to drivers who trade in their cars for electric vehicles.

Two executives at a Fremont-based employment firm are accused of...

Two Bay Area tech executives are accused of filing false visa documents through a staffing agency in a scheme to illegally bring a pool of foreign tech workers into the United States, An indictment from a federal grand jury unsealed on Friday accuses ayavel Murugan, Dynasoft Synergy's chief executive officer, and a 40-year-old Santa Clara man, Syed Nawaz, of fraudulently submitting H-1B applications in an effort to illegally obtain visas, according to Brian Stretch, U.S. attorney for the Northern District of California. The men are charged with 26 counts of visa fraud, conspiracy to commit visa fraud, use of false documents, mail fraud and aggravated identity theft, according to prosecutors.

Bay Area tech executives indicted for H-1B visa fraud

Two Bay Area tech executives are accused of filing false visa documents through a staffing agency in a scheme to illegally bring a pool of foreign tech workers into the United States. An indictment from a federal grand jury unsealed on Friday accuses Jayavel Murugan, Dynasoft Synergy's chief executive officer, and a 40-year-old Santa Clara man, Syed Nawaz, of fraudulently submitting H-1B applications in an effort to illegally obtain visas, according to Brian Stretch, U.S. attorney for the Northern District of California.

Federal budget garners mixed reactions by locals

Local critics are concerned the federal budget does not have plan to return to balance and get federal spending under control. St. Albert MP Michael Cooper said that there isn't much to like in the budget, delivered by Liberal Finance Minister Bill Morneau on Wednesday.

This Is What a Marijuana Social Club Looks Like

After the legalization of marijuana in California, the cannabis culture has been richly developing both socially and commercially here in Los Angeles. The Privee Social Club hosted its introductory event on Thursday, March 24, at a private residence in Venice Beach.

Committee has 4 to 6 weeks to craft unite-the-right framework

Wildrose Leader Brian Jean and PC Leader Jason Kenney met for 35 minutes in Edmonton Monday. A group set up to discuss how to unite Alberta conservatives under a single party has four to six weeks to report back to the Wildrose and Progressive Conservative parties.

Pleasanton lays seeds for community farm

The City Council this month gave the green light to begin planning a public farm that will contain vineyards and orchards on 29 acres. The farm requires a master plan, essentially a blueprint for how two proposed parcels would pan out once the project is completed.

Success celebrated at Sedgemoor Business Excellence Awards

Guests were dressed up to the nines for Thursday night's Sedgemoor Business Excellence Awards, held at the McMillan Theatre. The event was organised by Sedgemoor District Council , Bridgwater Chamber of Commerce and Bridgwater & Taunton College and was compered by BBC Somerset's Claire Carter.

Wilkins Jewellers from Bridgwater were named Small Business of the Year

Guests were dressed up to the nines for Thursday night's Sedgemoor Business Excellence Awards, held at the McMillan Theatre. The event was organised by Sedgemoor District Council , Bridgwater Chamber of Commerce and Bridgwater & Taunton College and was compered by BBC Somerset's Claire Carter.

OCP Task Force named

Twelve community representatives have been selected to sit on the task force overseeing an update of Penticton's Official Community Plan. They are Garrett Cruikshank, Sharon Fletcher, Lynn Kelsey, Randy Kowalchuk, Randy Manuel, Suzanne Moccia, Dennis O'Gorman, Warren Sanders, Bruce Schoenne, Rhys Spencer, Brian Symond and Jillian Tamblyn.

Torlakson files court brief to protect federal funding

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson on Wednesday filed a court brief supporting a Bay Area county's request to stop an executive order by President Donald Trump that threatens to stop federal funding for California cities, counties, and possibly public schools. Torlakson filed an amicus brief in the Federal Court's Ninth District, where Santa Clara County has filed for a preliminary injunction to stop the president's January executive order that would withhold federal dollars from cities that declare themselves sanctuaries.

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