Unintentional stereotypes find their way into an online Sunday school lesson Disgruntled families took to Twitter and Facebook on Monday to report a questionable scene lingering in an
Makeup company Ulta signed a deal with Target to establish kiosks inside every Target store and online as well. On Nov. 18, Target’s CEO Brian Cornell responded to
In the early hours of Monday, Oct. 26, a massive brush fire broke out in Santiago Canyon. It has been named the Silverado Fire. ABC 7 reports in
SAT and ACT scores will no longer be a determinant in admissions to University of California schools Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, schools are forced to cancel classes
The new sports complex for Saddleback College initiated construction back in 2018 with a cost of $55 million and a capacity of 8,000 seats. It was scheduled to
Hundreds of San Clemente residents marched down Del Mar St. and the San Clemente Pier in protest of the stay-at-home quarantine order the past couple Sundays due to
The city of San Clemente has yet to bring satisfaction to its residents as well as the needy regarding the action being taken to assist the issue of
The City of San Clemente took extra measures at Ralph’s skate park off of La Pata on Thursday by filling the skate park with 37 tons of sand.
The County of Orange has announced a temporary pause to it’s plans to convert the Laguna Hills Inn into a facility for homeless people during the coronavirus pandemic.
Sometimes students don’t have the time or energy to organize their room before a class meeting, that’s why it’s important to have a great background ready for any
Orange County’s neighbors have more cases of Coronavirus. For example, Los Angeles County has 11.7 deaths per 100,000 on a per capita basis, while San Diego County: 4.1