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City Officials Dedicate Anaheim’s Newest Community Park: Paul Revere Park

This past Saturday, January 13, city officials and residents gathered to officially dedicate Anaheim’s newest community park – Paul Revere Park on Guinida Lane in south Anaheim and adjacent to Paul Revere Elementary School.   Park amenities include a volleyball court, gazebo, playground area, exercise stations, native landscape and plantings, security lights, picnicking facilities and open turf area.  It isn’t a very big ...

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Two Suspects Charged In Fatal Shooting At Twila Reid Park

Two men have been arrested and charged in the January 7 murder of 29-year old Alexander McMoore at Twila Reid Park.  Adam Jay Stone, 28, of Anaheim and Ransom Lewis Cook, 24, of Westminster were each charged with a felony murder count;  Stone faces sentencing enhancements for allegedly being the actual shooter. From the Anaheim Police Department press release: Incident ...

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Anaheim Hills Homeowner Should Not Be Charged For Shooting Burglar

Should Anaheim Hills homeowner Nathaniel Blair have fired his shotgun at burglar William Bell, who had just invaded Blair’s home and struck him in the head with a wrench before fleeing? Some legal experts think Blair was legally unjustified, but doubt charges will be filed. From the OC Register: In interviews last week, Blair said that Bell struck him in ...

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Merry Christmas from Anaheim Blog!

And Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth, into Judaea, unto the city of David, which is called Bethlehem; (because he was of the house and lineage of David:) To be taxed with Mary his espoused wife, being great with child. And so it was, that, while they were there, the days were accomplished that ...

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“Political Correctness” is the PC Word for “Censorship”

“Quite frankly, I think political correctness is the worst form of censorship. You’re not allowed to speak your mind unless you’re black, or unless you’re a terrorist, or unless you’re an Arab or a minority people. Then you can say what you like. But if you are like a lot of us you are not supposed to say certain things.” ...

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December 21: “Joyful Sounds of Christmas” at Annunciation Byzantine Catholic Church in Anaheim

  The liturgies, music and art of the ancient Catholic churches of the Eastern Rite are truly beautiful and transcendent, and an opportunity to experience that transcendence takes place on December 21 when Annunciation Byzantine Catholic Church presents the “Joyful Sounds of Christmas.” The St. Cecilia Chorale Schola Cantorum will perform a program of Christmas carols and songs, chants and motets, with ...

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Anaheim Police Department’s Cops 4 Kids Program Partners With Target for 2nd Annual “Shop with a Cop” Event.

On Monday, December 8, 2014, from 6:30 AM – 8:00 AM, Anaheim Police Department Cops 4 Kids held its second annual “Shop with a Cop” event. [Click here to watch the heart-warming video of the event.] Sixty (60) APD officers volunteered their time to shop with sixty (60) at-risk and/or low-income children from throughout the city. Each officer-child pair was ...

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