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11 min ago | Printing Impressions
September 2, 2014 - Sir Speedy of Westbury, Melville and Hauppauge, a leading Long Island printing and marketing services company, recently received a Top 25 Sales Volume Award recognizing the company as one of the top twenty-five in the worldwide Sir Speedy franchise network.
4 hrs ago | OC Weekly
If you were anywhere near South Coast Plaza last month, you already know that the biggest restaurant opening in OC has three words and an insane wait time: Din Tai Fung.
8 hrs ago | TheNewspaper
An internal investigation cleared police officers in Anaheim, California of the 2009 shooting of an unarmed motorist, but the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit last week said not fast.
ANAHEIM A man was fatally shot in front of a car in a residential area just outside downtown Anaheim, police said Monday.
Anaheim City Council candidate Dr. Jose Moreno - ironically not endorsed by the OCLF, but expected to pick up several important individual union endorsements - speaks at the annual picnic as top OCLF staff looks on.
Has anyone purchased that new computer chip that helps you find anything that you've lost? I was tempted to order one when I first saw the story, but the company teased us by saying they would sell out fast.
What it does: Increases fines from $500 to $1,000 for first offense, $1,000 to $5,000 for second offense, and from $2,000 to $10,000 for third offense.
WWE News: No Raw Post-Show This Week, Rollins Promoting WWE 2K15, More Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 08.31.2014 Plus an update on the show that Jake Roberts was going to work... - The WWE Network has a pre-show scheduled for tomorrow's Raw but no post-show.
Westland girl qualifies for pageant Six-year-old Marcella Puia has qualified for the NAM pageant.
I've always enjoyed watching time travel movies. One of the very first that I can remember watching was the 1960's classic movie simply titled Time Machine.
Kreklow graduated in December and went on to train with the USA National Team in Anaheim, Calif.
ANAHEIM An additional 69 people have joined a federal discrimination lawsuit this week over Walt Disney Parks and Resorts' new policy for how disabled people can access rides at the company's theme parks, which include Disneyland and Disney California Adventure.
The suit by the estate of Ceasar Cruz against the city of Anaheim had been dismissed by a federal judge, who said no reasonable juror would have doubted the officers' claim that they fired in self-defense.
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