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8 hrs ago | Patch.com
Four people were killed and a fifth was injured Saturday in a single-vehicle crash in San Clemente, where speed and alcohol played deadly factors, investigators said.
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13 hrs ago | Chico Enterprise-Record
It took some tugging for pilot Bob DeLong of San Clemente to pull one hairy passenger aboard a flight from Van Nuys to Bellingham, Wash.
18 hrs ago | NBC Los Angeles
Four people died and another was in critical condition following a crash in Orange County that left a vehicle severed into two parts early Saturday, officials said.
Construction of a $25 million recycled-water network is causing traffic delays on Avenida Vista Hermosa that likely will continue until the end of the month.
Two council members object to costs tacked on by the Planning Commission for added cosmetic features.
A year ago, the city transplanted a Canary Island pine downtown from San Gorgonio Park to serve as San Clemente's Christmas tree.
SC Vape Lounge at 401 S. El Camino Real opened in November and plans a grand-opening event for noon to 5 p.m. today, with music, food, raffles, giveaways and free samples of e-cig juices.
To cheers from his children and applause from the audience, Brown, elected in 2010, said he's grateful to have been preceded by so many dedicated, faithful and diligent leaders of the past.
3:34 p.m. Sarmentoso and Camino del Rio. No injuries were reported when a Ford Explorer and a BMW were involved in a crash.
The Angel Tree is here and with Saturday, Nov.30, bringing out the community for Puttin' on the Glitz, don't miss your chance to make your way to the San Clemente Community Center and get yourself a tag off the Angel Tree! The San Clemente Junior Woman's Club has been responsible for the Angel Tree the SC Community Center for many years.
And that's despite San Clemente beach erosion that left North Beach overrun with cobblestones and left less towel space on the rest of the city's coastline.
We asked . You answered! Patch readers shared several of their favorite artisans, mom n' pop shops, and speciality shops in San Clemente in time for Small Business Saturday.