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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

Brea News
North Orange County cities holding Love our Cities day of service April 28

Volunteers help clean up Brea Senior Center and Pioneer Hall in 2106 as part of the Love Our Cities movement. This year's day of service is set for Saturday, April 28. /File photo by Ken Steinhardt, Orange County Register/SCNG Thousands of volunteers will fan out across northern Orange County this weekend to pull weeds, paint benches, mend fences and wash cars for the annual "Love Our Cities" day of service.

Warm streak to continue through Monday around Bay Area,

A crowd enjoys a sunny day in Dolores Park in San Francisco in 2017. Click through the gallery for a roundup of extreme California weather.

Daxon: BOUSD is keeping parents alerted to emergency response plans

While we all hope we never will be confronted by an active shooter or other calamity at our schools, we need to be prepared and aware. The meeting included a panel of representatives from the Brea Olinda Unified School District, Brea Police Department, Brea Fire Department and the Orange County Health Care Agency, the agency that helps children and adults impacted by a traumatic event to get back to normal in the aftermath.

Divided California watchdog agency reduces chairwoman's role...

The dome of the state Capitol glows in the early evening in Sacramento. The state panel overseeing campaign finance laws is divided in a power struggle.

State audit calls for more funding and statewide agency to address...

A tent is surrounded by bicycles in various states of disrepair on a vacant lot in Lancaster. California's top auditor Thursday sharply criticized the state's response to homelessness, recommending more spending and a stronger state role.

East Bay woman pleads guilty to embezzling $2 million from employer

A Dublin woman pleaded guilty Monday to committing wire fraud, bank fraud and filing false tax returns as part of a scheme to steal more than $2 million from a real estate technology company, authorities said. Celia Nipper, 61, also known as Celia Arrand, also admitted to understating her own income by more than $1 million, U.S. Attorney Brian Stretch of the Northern District of California said.

Coachella 2018: Magic Giant Are Cool as Folk

It's the final day of Coachella, weekend one, and in the relative comfort of the media area, the fatigue is showing. Much of the perky enthusiasm so apparent on Friday has melted away with the relentless sun, and the lack of sleep hasn't helped.

Former O.C. school board president pleads guilty to child porn counts tied to Fontana investigation

The former president of the Buena Park Elementary School District board pleaded guilty Wednesday to possession and distribution of child pornography and was immediately sentenced to a year in jail. Dennis Brian Chambers , 51, was arrested by Fontana police last April and accused of possessing more than 600 obscene images and 10 or more images involving a prepubescent minor, according to the Orange County District Attorney's Office.

Lake Flashback: Three heavy subjects: private forest lands, teachers striking, and parking bylaws

Welcome to Lake Flashback. Reporter Lexi Bainas has been combing through oldnewspaperswiththeassistance of the Kaatza Station Museum and Archives so we can jog your memory, give you that nostalgic feeling, or just a chuckle, as we take a look at what was making headlines this weekaround Cowichan Lake in years gone by.

Pedestrian zone steps toward Town Square

An artist's conceptual interpretation in the 2012 Comprehensive Plan shows what a pedestrian zone around Town Square might look like. On Monday the Town Council directed town staff to look into the feasibility of creating one.

Falls City Council at a glance

The International Falls City Council Monday met for a brief meeting followed by the council meeting as the city's Economic Development Authority. - Approved, on a 3-1 vote, acceptance from U.S. Bank National Association property at 1531 Second Ave. E. Councilor Keysha Pearson voted no; Councilor Brian Briggs was absent from the meeting, reported city Administrator Ken Anderson.The property has been posted by the city as uninhabitable and hazardous since Jan. 16, 2016, due to a failed sanitary sewer system within the house and, unsafe building condition of the home and detached garage.

Major Accident and Sigalert on 57 Fwy. Causes Heavy Traffic in Brea and Chino Hills

There is a Sigalert on SB 57 freeway due to a major accident. This incident has caused the shutdown of the NB lanes of 57 at Yorba Linda and the SB lanes down to one lane at Imperial.

Consumers Energy CEO Announces $500,000 in Donations

Monday afternoon the Jackson County Chamber of Commerce hosted their annual Economic luncheon. Keynote speaker for the event was Consumers Energy President and CEO Patti Poppe.

Roadwork in Carbon Canyon April 16-20

Roadwork and lane closures in the vicinity of Carbon Canyon Road and Santa Fe Avenue in Brea will impact traffic this week. Project work hours are from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm Monday through Friday.

St. Luke's outlines ESST's costs, other misgivings about proposal

A recent letter to city councilors from one of Duluth's largest employers provides background on the cost companies could face if the proposed Earned Sick and Safe Time ordinance is approved. St. Luke's, which has 2,869 employees, annually would face $337,612 in added costs, the healthcare provider said in a letter dated April 3. That for just the 314 workers who aren't eligible for benefits but would qualify under the ordinance.

Nanaimo leadership series aims to educate potential city council candidates

The Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Vancouver Island and OurNanaimo, a society calling for good governance, have come together and host a five-part Civic Leadership Speakers' Series, with the first session beginning on April 24 at Beban Park. Sydney Robertson, a spokeswoman for OurNanaimo , said the idea behind the speaker series is to educate individuals on the role and responsibilities of elected city councillors.

An intersection in Levin will be widened after a man died in a crash

The NZ Transport Agency has been quick to adopt a coroner's recommendation to widen a road in Levin after an elderly man died in a crash there. Brian Desmond Shirnack, 83, was killed at the intersection of Oxford St and Ward St in Levin, Horowhenua, in September 2017.

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