Author Archives: Editorial Staff

Pat Russell Named Anaheim Fire & Rescue Chief

From the City of Anaheim: Pat Russell, a 35-year fire service veteran including eight years as a deputy chief in Anaheim, has been named the next chief of Anaheim Fire & Rescue. Russell will be the 18th chief in Anaheim Fire & Rescue’s 136-year history. As chief, he will lead Orange County’s largest city fire department and oversee 276 employees, ...

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Anaheim and Other Area Leaders Celebrate Women-Owned Businesses at Ford’s “Working Woman Project”

Women leaders from Anaheim and throughout Orange County gathered in Irvine on July 18 to discuss the challenges facing businesswomen, during the Ford Working Woman Project hosted at Ford Motor Company’s design center. Presented by Ford and the eWomenNetwork, the Ford Working Woman Project brought women leaders, business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs together to share ideas and tips on how ...

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Nearly 100 Residents Convene At Anaheim First Community Summit

Anaheim First kicked off the historic Anaheim Community Assessment with a packed community summit on July 10 that was attended by nearly 100 Anaheim residents of all ages, from every walk of life and every part of the city. Anaheim First is a 501(c)(3) grass-roots community organization whose mission is generating resident-driven solutions that positively transform our neighborhoods — led ...

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TCA Board Votes To Pay Off Unfunded Pension Liability

In a demonstration of the Transportation Corridor Agencies’ strong financial health and commitment to fiscal responsibility, the Boards of Directors of the Foothill/Eastern Transportation Corridor Agency (F/ETCA) and San Joaquin Hills Transportation Corridor Agency (SJHTCA) on June 13 voted to pay off TCA’s unfunded pension liability with the Orange County Employees Retirement System (OCERS) on July 1 of this year. ...

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Thoughts On Anaheim From A New Resident

We received this from Brian Harrington, a new Anaheim resident who wanted to share his thoughts about his newly adopted home town: I moved to California in 2010 to attend Azusa Pacific University 15 miles easy of Pasadena. After graduating I’ve lived in Glendora, Studio City, Costa Mesa, Laguna Beach, Oceanside, and now as of this year Anaheim. That’s a ...

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Magnolia School District Honors Heroic 7-11 Cashier Who Protected Student From Predator

From the Magnolia School District: At the June 6th Board meeting, the Magnolia School District Board of Trustees recognized Mrs. Marisol Molina and eight Police Officers and three Police Sergeants from the Anaheim Police Department for their heroism. Anaheim Police Chief Jorge Cisneros and Captain Joe Reiss were in attendance. On May 9th, 2019, a Magnolia School District student was approached and ...

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