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Orange was incorporated in the State of California in 1888. Orange was the only city in Orange County to be planned and built around a plaza, thus earning it the nickname "Plaza City." The city was the first developed town site served by the California Southern Railroad when it reached Orange County. Notable residents have included Jason Lee (My Name is Earl, Almost Famous, Heartbreakers) and novelist Dean Koontz (The Mask, The Bad Place).

Population: 128821
Local Newspapers: Orange City News
Local Sports Teams: LA Avengers (AFL) LA Clippers (NBA) LA Dodgers (MLB) LA Galaxy (MLS) LA Lakers (NBA) LA Kings (NHL) LA Sparks (WNBA)
Local Colleges: Chapman University

Zip Codes associated with orange, california: 92861 92862 92865 92866 92867 92868 92869
Towns/Cities near orange, california : Anaheim Santa Ana Garden Grove Tustin Villa Park Placentia

Orange News
Orange County to identify land for possible homeless shelter

Orange County will begin compiling a list of locations where it could open another emergency homeless shelter after Supervisor Shawn Nelson on Tuesday directed staff to find county-owned properties that could accommodate that function. Nelson's direction comes six months after the county opened its first year-round emergency homeless shelter, located in Santa Ana, and about a month before it plans to open its first year-round "multi-service" shelter, in Anaheim, which will focus on finding the homeless permanent housing rather than just sheltering them temporarily.

Cardiff walled off by Amtrak double track project

Enforcement of "trespassers" - crossing the train tracks at any place other than at a street grade crossing - has always been illegal, and has been stepped up by the sheriff's department. Orange is the new color seen around Cardiff-by-the-Sea as the North County Transit District and Caltrans have blanketed the town with miles of orange construction fencing.

Retail-restaurant roundup: Mini burgers coming to Aliso Viejo, a new...

South Coast Plaza: "I have fond memories of visiting the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan, Italy," he said. "It has beautiful architecture that has stood the test of time, luxury boutiques, and wonderful Michelin-starred restaurants.

As 'CHiPs' movie hits theaters, real CHP officers answer 5 questions about the job

As they rode down the 22 Freeway, California Highway Patrol motor officers Christian Cavenaugh and Chris Johnson replicate the pose on posters that are promoting the new CHiPs movie that comes out Friday. The movie is an homage to the original CHiPs dramedy that ran on television from 1977 to 1983.

Grandparents text photo of every In-N-Out Burger visit to granddaughter, son

Nearly every week, Heather Daniels, 18, can count on one thing: a text from her 75-year-old grandmother with a photo of her grandfather, also 75, eating an "Animal Style" hamburger at In-N-Out Burger. "It brightens my day," Daniels, of Orange, California, told ABC News.

Will store closings smack city hall in the wallet, too?

California sales tax collections exceed $50 billion a year, a cash flow that is especially critical to the budgets of local cities and regional agencies. Seen here is the main entrance to the Village at Orange in Orange on Friday, March 17, 2017.

Santa Ana police arrest Riverside man in connection with Feb. 8 killing

Police on Thursday, March 23 arrested a Riverside man in connection with the Feb. 8 slaying of Joseph Frank Garcia, 23, of Orange . Detectives from the Santa Ana Police Department, working with officers from the Riverside Police Department, arrested Joshua Encinas, 23, without incident at his home in the 3000 block of Molly Street as they executed a search warrant, Cpl.

Most SoCal residents oppose deportations, Trump travel ban, border wall

A majority of Southern California residents oppose President Donald Trump's key immigration policies - including his travel ban, plan for a border wall and calls to increase deportations - according to a survey released Wednesday by the Public Policy Institute of California. That opposition, while differing in intensity around the region, spans Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego counties and the Inland Empire - an area home to the state's largest population of undocumented immigrants.

Grandparents text photo of every In-N-Out Burger visit

The grandparents of Heather Daniels, 18, of Orange, California, text the teenager and her uncle a photo every time they eat at an In-N-Out Burger restaurant. Nearly every week, Heather Daniels, 18, can count on one thing: a text from her 75-year-old grandmother with a photo of her grandfather, also 75, eating an "Animal Style" hamburger at In-N-Out Burger.

Upcoming book events in O.C.

Lisa Napoli was inspired to write her latest book, "Ray and Joan," after learning that a 26-foot-tall sculpture in Santa Monica had been funded by the heiress to the McDonald's fortune. She will discuss and sign the book, about Ray and Joan Kroc, at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 26, at Laguna Beach Books, 1200 S. Coast Highway, Laguna Beach.

Let the spring tours begin

It's spring home and garden tour season in Southern California, and homeowners and gardeners are offering visitors the opportunity to admire their yards and living spaces up-close. If you're looking for inspiration, these tours and shows are a great way to get home-improvement ideas while exploring new parts of Orange County and surrounding areas.

Police: Pair arrested after ditching stolen car in Orange

A little after 3 p.m. officers received reports of suspicious activity inside a black Saturn in the 200 block of East Taft Street, said Orange police Sgt. Phil McMullen.

Toni Bergquist, matchmaker to the rich and famous, is looking for love

Toni Bergquist is owner/matchmaker at The Agency in Orange County.The Agency, which has clients from Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego counties, has very little on-line presence other than a blog/diary she writes about her thoughts on love. You will not find an algorithm or an app at The Agency.

How this 108-year-old woman found a new family in Orange

Orange resident Verna Wirth celebrates her 108th birthday as Edmund Celis helps her cut the cake in Orange on Monday, March 6, 2017. Edmund's mom Gina Celis met Wirth while working at a care facility, and took her into her home after Wirth's daughter, and last living relative, died.

5 questions for CHiPs, and guess what's the biggest excuse for speeding?

As they rode down the 22 Freeway, California Highway Patrol motor officers Christian Cavenaugh and Chris Johnson replicate the pose on posters that are promoting the new CHiPs movie that comes out Friday. The movie is an homage to the original CHiPs dramedy that ran on television from 1977 to 1983.

20-year-old Taco Mesa in Orange adding tortilla factory

Taco Mesa and Taco Rosa restaurants in Orange County recently made the switch to GMO-free corn tortillas. Shown: Lobster Tacos with the new blue corn non-GMO tortillas.

OC roofer's corporate approach grew from visit to Thailand orphanage

Roofer Narciso Alarcon, superintendent for Antis Roofing, was named 2017 roofer of the year by the Roofing Industry Alliance for Progress. His boss, Antis Roofing owner Charles Antis, says Alarcon "is the first one at a site and the last to leave."

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