An 84-year-old man drowned in a pool of his Yorba Linda home Sunday, July 30 authorities said.
The man’s body was found by a friend shortly before midnight, but it is believed he’d gone swimming hours earlier, said Lt. Steve Gil of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.
He was pronounced dead by authorities at the home, in the 17000 block of Orange Terrace, after being found. The friend told authorities the man regularly went swimming and did laps in the pool, Gil said Monday, July 31.
It was unknown if he had a medical emergency while in the water, but authorities do
San Clemente-based Left Coast Brewery is expanding to Irvine with a small-batch production facility, tasting room and barbecue restaurant.
“We want people to come in for the beer and be blown away with unbelievable barbecue,” said Tommy Hadjis, general manager for Left Coast.
The 5,300-square foot Irvine brewery and restaurant, set to open in December at Sand Canyon Plaza, will be an experimental arm of Left Coast’s larger 30-barrel brewery in San Clemente.
Irvine’s five-barrel system will allow Left Coast to produce more small batch beers including Hazy IPAs, a controversial style of pale ale that is exploding in popularity. These cloudy
WATTS – The line snaked around King-Drew Magnet school as early as 8 a.m. on Sunday. Nearly 10 hours later, over 1,500 people filled the gym. About 500 people were left standing outside eager to catch a glimpse.
All the anticipation centered around Houston Rockets and former Clippers guard Chris Paul. He made his Drew League debut around 6 p.m. on Sunday after watching a game there last week. He played along with Rockets guard James Harden in what marked their first game as teammates since appearing together in the 2012 London Olympics and four All-Star games (2013-2016). Harden (27
Sunday: On the first Sunday of the month, the Children’s Museum at La Habra offers free admission and activities during Target Free Sundays for families during two sessions: 1-2:45 p.m. and 3:15-5 p.m. lhcm.org
Sunday: Join the 300th Army Band. Well-known and patriotic tunes will be played. No registration required, but seating is limited to the first 70 people. 1-2 p.m. Aug. 20 at Dana Point Library. ocpl.org
Monday: Children of all ages who are on the autism spectrum and their families are invited to play and interact in an autism-friendly environment. 5-7:30 p.m. on the last Monday of
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Raised in Ottawa, he cut his teeth in real estate in Southern California and traded during the day. But he aspired to reach the level of stock gurus like Warren Buffet and Henry Singleton. In 2015, the new strategy of a Live Ventures holding company …
Real estate briefly: Orange County ranks 4th on West Coast for office space demand, report says
According to Michael Mahon, president of First Team Real Estate, the deal is part of the company’s ongoing efforts “to amplify its presence throughout Southern California and invest in more First Team associates.” Elizabeth Meyers, formerly assistant …
There are two options for inmates released from the county jail in Adelanto: Arrange for transportation or be dropped off at a transit center, near the Oro Grande Wash, at the bottom of an already beleaguered historic neighborhood.Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20170729/in-old-town-victorville-inmate-releases-threaten-turnaround-effort?rssfeed=true
VICTORVILLE — With a shortage of homes and an increase in rental costs, those looking for an affordable place to live in the High Desert are finding it a challenge.San Bernardino County is projected to see a shortage of 65,000 homes over the next two years, meaning the amount of single-family homes, apartments, condominiums and low-income housing will fall short of what will be needed, according to the Building Industry Association.Coupled with the housing shortage, the […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20170729/rental-costs-spike-as-housing-market-remains-weak?rssfeed=true
Hope you enjoyed reading about Matthew Contri’s commute last Sunday’s front page. Rene Ray De La Cruz kicked off what will be a regular feature on monster commutes made by High Desert residents by profiling the Apple Valley resident who drives to UCLA and back every day.Matthew reached out to me, as did a few others, several weeks back after I asked readers to tell me about their drives.I was blown away when I learned he makes a daily drive to UCLA, which is 106 miles […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20170729/editors-notebook-surviving-monster-commute-isnt-easy?rssfeed=true