Anaheim’s City Council has taken a major step toward stronger, more responsive and accountable local government with the adoption of a comprehensive “sunshine ordinance.”
A visit to the Wings of the City art exhibit at the Anaheim Convention Center could land you two tickets to fly to Mexico City. All you need to do is enter the Wings of the City video contest.
Gather your friends and family and head over to Pearson Park Amphitheatre for the ultimate Beatles tribute band!
OC Zine Fest at Central Library this Saturday!
Zine Fest represents the vibrant and diverse culture of Southern California by displaying a vast collection of independently published works that exemplify Do-It-Yourself (DIY) culture. A “zine” (short for “magazine”) is any kind of booklet or printed piece of literature, imagery or artwork that is independently constructed and disseminated throughout communities. The content ranges from subcultural topics to trending contemporary social issues, and everything between.
Attendees may browse, read and purchase materials directly from their makers from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. In addition, there will be a series of panel discussions, including “Librarians on Zines,” and a do-it-yourself zine-making workshop by LibroMobile. At the close of the event, endnote speakers Ewa Wojciak from NO MAG will be speaking on zines, expression and libraries alongside Stacy Russo, a librarian from Santa Ana College.
Enjoy a fun evening of casino gaming, hosted bar, heavy hors d’oeuvres, and music all while raising funds to support the Boys & Girls Clubs of Anaheim and its mission to help the children in our community who need us most at the Ace of Clubs on Friday, September 08, 2017.
The event will be held at the Ranch Private Dining & Events Center is located at 1025 East Ball Road, in Anaheim from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Continue reading
Raul Quezada, Chief of Police
NEWS RELEASE, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Released by: Sgt. Daron Wyatt, Contact: 714-497-5633
SUBJECT: 18 YEAR OLD ARRESTED FOR MULTIPLE CHARGES AFTER FATAL CRASH
ANAHEIM, CALIF (July 30, 2017) – An 18 year old Anaheim man has been arrested for Gross Vehicular Manslaughter While Intoxicated, Felony DUI, and Unlicensed Driver following a fatal crash earlier this morning.
At 3:15 am Sunday morning, Anaheim PD and Anaheim Fire & Rescue responded to Ball and Loara on a heavy rescue traffic collision. Three vehicles were found to be involved; a Toyota Camry, a Nissan Maxima, and a Nissan Versa. The Versa was parked at the time of the collision.
One patient was pronounced deceased at the scene. No information regarding that patient is being released at this time. An 18 year old male who was driving the Nissan Maxima has been detained for investigation of driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs. A 17 year old female passenger from the Maxima was transported to a local hospital in stable condition. The cause of the collision is under investigation. Continue reading
Mark Vladimir Prizmic, a 19-year-old Realtor from Anaheim, California, was recently appointed by president Trump to serve as the new board member of the Orange County Selective Service System (SSS) Board.
According to the official site of the United States Government: Selective Service System, the mission statement of the SSS is “to furnish manpower to the Defense Department during a national emergency, to manage alternative service for men classified as conscientious objectors, and to register, with only a few exceptions, all male U.S. citizens and male immigrants residing in the United States who are ages 18 through 25…”. Continue reading
Raul Quezada, Chief of Police
Randy R. Bruegman, Fire Chief
SUBJECT: INVESTIGATORS SEEK WITNESSES REGARDING GYPSUM FIRE
ANAHEIM, CALIF (July 3, 2017) – Monday evening just after 6:00 pm, personnel from Anaheim Fire & Rescue, Orange County Fire Authority, and Orange City Fire responded to a vegetation fire south of the SR91 freeway and west of Gypsum Canyon Rd. Additional ground and air resources were requested from Cal Fire and the US Department of Forestry. More than 70 Firefighters, along with one helicopter and two air tankers worked together and stopped the forward progress of the Gypsum Fire in under one hour. The fire was held to approximately four acres and no structures were threatened or damaged. Continue reading
The Anaheim Police were recently called to Disneyland when a flock of geese pooped on about 40 guests. Apparently they were also called when an unknown object was found in a tree near Downtown Disney the afternoon of Tuesday, June 3, according to the O.C. Register.
The Anaheim police set up a perimeter while they investigated the object, restricting access to some areas near the ESPN Zone. Continue reading