APPLE VALLEY — The importance of Friday’s Barrel Game at Newton T. Bass Stadium will extend well beyond the gridiron, when the American Cancer Society (ACS) invades one of the biggest local rivalry games of the year to raise awareness about cancer.Kristin Hernandez, spokeswoman for the Apple Valley Unified School District, said Friday’s football game between Apple Valley High School and Granite Hills High will have a very purple theme. […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20170831/barrel-game-goes-purple?rssfeed=true
Learn a little more about a charity that brings a little warmth to people during difficult times.
The next meeting of the Ebell Club of Canyon Hills is 7 p.m., Sept. 11 in the Fellowship Hall of Canyon Hills Presbyterian Church.
Program chairs Linda Schleiger and Heather Terjung have scheduled a presentation by Christine Fabiani, founder of Knots of Love, a nonprofit charity that makes hats for chemo patients and blankets for neonatal babies. Ebell member Bari Rudmann brought Knots of Love to the club’s attention last year after seeing the charity at an OC Fair booth. Rudmann, a retired MS
Can the Pac-12 become more than a two-horse race?
Or are USC and Washington destined to meet for the Pac-12 championship in Santa Clara in early December, the Trojans shouldered by their Heisman Trophy candidate at quarterback in Sam Darnold, the Huskies an emerging Pacific Northwest powerhouse led by a shrewd coach in Chris Petersen?
The former scenario might make for a more compelling regular season, filled with upsets and competitive late-night shootouts. The latter might improve the national perception for the conference, which has not seen one of its teams win a national championship since USC did in 2004.
Southern California restaurants and grocery stores are launching support for victims of Tropical Storm Harvey, which has
UCLA is trying to bounce back from a disappointing 2016 season, but faces a tough schedule, starting at the top with another season opener against an SEC opponent. Here’s a game-by-game look at what the Bruins face this year:
The Bruins hope this sequel is better than the original. Josh Rosen returns after an 11-month game absence as UCLA seeks revenge from last year’s season-opening overtime loss.
Hawai’i is coming off its first bowl win since 2006, but is still a ways away from challenging UCLA at the Rose Bowl.
A co-working office rental company with locations in Irvine and Newport Beach had its lease terminated by the Irvine Company at three Orange County locations over failure to pay its rent.
An Aug. 28 letter from Irvine Co. to the more than 450 small companies that were clients with Real Office Centers at 23 Corporate Plaza and Gateway Plaza in Newport Beach and Palm Court near the Irvine Spectrum said ROC had voluntarily surrendered its lease, effective immediately.
“We recognize ROC’s failure to pay its rent, the surrender of the space and the termination of its lease have a significant impact on you,”
New home construction in San Diego County has picked up slightly but is still substantially down from the same time last year.
Building permits for all types of homes — condos, apartments and single-family homes — were down by 3 percent in the second quarter of 2017 compared to the second quarter…Original Article: http://www.latimes.com/business/realestate/sd-fi-building-permits-second-quarter-20170830-story.html
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Dole, the world’s largest fresh fruit and vegetable company, is stepping back from Southland
Los Angeles Times
Dole Food Co. is planning to sell its sprawling corporate headquarters and uproot its strawberry operations in Southern California as it seeks to sweeten its books ahead of yet another public stock offering. The world’s largest fresh fruit and …