Orange County

Train Service Between The OC And San Diego Canceled

Amtrak and Metrolink have announced that services between Orange County and San Diego County have been suspended for at lest several weeks because of beach erosion on the line. While the train line is closed emergency repairs will be done to fix the erosion with no date yet when the line might reopen. The Amtrak […]

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Should Sidewalk Dining Continue In The OC?

During the pandemic many cities allowed restaurants to add tables on the sidewalks and even parking spaces or parking lots to help the businesses mostly restaurants maintain social distancing. By allowing these businesses to do that it helped them stay open and employ staff which with no eating allowed inside for a long time or […]

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OC Highest Labor Day Gas Prices

California has the highest gas prices ever for Labor Day with prices averaging $4.39 per gallon across the state. Prices always spike around Labor Day with summer demand and, as people travel for the long holiday weekend. After Labor Day the prices should start to ease and, then drop by 8 to 10 cents a […]

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Gas Prices Soar In Orange County

You might have noticed its getting much more expensive to fill up your car or truck as the price of gasoline has risen all across Orange County. The prices now are the highest they have been since October of 2012 with the price of gas per gallon having increased with the price $1.18 more than […]

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Orange County Adds More Groups Eligible For Vaccine

New groups of people are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Orange County they include teachers, food industry workers, child care providers and, seniors over 65. The majority will go to the over 65’s with 70 percent of the vaccine allocated for them and, the rest will be allocated to the people in the […]

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Orange County Rental Assistance Available

The County of Orange is offering rental assistance for people impacted by COVID-19. The financial assistance is for Orange County residents that cannot pay their rent or utilities because of COBVID-19. To be eligible you cannot live in the cities of Anaheim, Santa Ana or Irvine and, you must be able to claim unemployment. You […]

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Orange County Restaurants Allowed Outside Dining Again

Governor Gavin Newsom yesterday announced that outside dining can return again to Orange County.

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Orange County Hospitals Hit Zero Percent Capacity

The number of cases of Coronavirus has spiked in Orange County with capacity at the counties intensive care units now hitting zero. The increased numbers in Orange County means that hospitals likely are going to have to cancel non emergency surgeries. The hospitals are also under an order not to turn away ambulances as emergency […]

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Orange County Stay At Home Order

As Corona Virus cases spike after the Thanksgiving holiday with hospital cases also spiking Governor Gavin Newsome has issued a stay at home order that will likely last at least three weeks. Under the order schools can remain open but it calls for the closure of barber shops, hair saloons, bars, personal care services as […]

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Orange County Curfew Starts Tonight

Orange County is now back firmly in the more restrictive Purple tier and, Governor Gavin Newson has a stay at home order starting at 10 pm tonight. What Does The Limited Stay At Home Order mean? The limited stay at home order requires everyone to stay at home between the hours of 10 pm and […]

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