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Brea is located in southwestern California, just outside of Los Angeles. The area began as a crude oil production center in the beginning of the 1900s. The towns Olinda and Randolph were developed as residential communities for oil workers and their families. In 1911 the two towns merged and became Brea, which in Spanish means "tar." As oil production declined it was replaced with lemon and orange groves, which gradually gave way to industrial and residential development. Notable residents have included film director/producer/screenwriter James Cameron and musician James Hetfield (Metallica).
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Downtown News Los Angeles Independent Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings
Local Colleges: Southern California College of Business and Law Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary-Southern California
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Towns/Cities near brea, california : La Habra Yorba Linda Fullerton Whittier La Mirada Buena Park Diamond Bar
Take it from a Berkeley student: We aren't stifling free speech
Student passes Bancroft Library in the early morning light on the campus of the University of California at Berkeley on Sept. 9, 2015.A Day Makes a Difference in Changing Perceptions
Earnest efforts by shops like this one help spread Manufacturing Day's message about the realities of modern manufacturing and the opportunities associated with a career in the field. Graham Ballard, lead mold maker at M.R. Mold and Engineering, show visiting students a liquid silicone rubber part that was insert-molded in two steps from the tool on the bench.Mulroney talks leadership and Canada/U.S relations in Oakville
Former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney says the United States should thank its lucky stars daily for having Canada on its northern border. The 18th Prime Minister's statement drew a huge round of applause from an audience of more than 350 members of the local business community during an Oakville Chamber of Commerce luncheon, held at the Oakville Conference and Banquet Centre today .Wynter goes to bat for B-FXITT
The timeline for introducing the second component of the new foreign exchange trading tool, known as B-FXITT, to allow for the purchase of currency is yet to be determined, even as central bank chief Brian Wynter touts the initial phase as working as intended. B-FXITT was introduced by the Bank of Jamaica in July as a new tool to manage the foreign exchange market, but for now, it only allows for the supply of currency to the market by the central bank, which auctions millions in hard currency on a weekly basis.The Grateful Dead's Phil Lesh, son Grahame share a band - and an even stronger bond
When Grahame Lesh decided to enter his high school talent show in 2003, he asked his dad, Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh, if he'd join him to perform the band's hippie-era anthem "Sugar Magnolia." Phil, 77, and Grahame, 30, now play together regularly, anchoring the Terrapin Family Band, Phil's latest Dead-centric project that grew out of regular gigs at Terrapin Crossroads, the family's bar, restaurant and music venue in San Rafael.Code of conduct to set standard for FX market
Governor of the Bank of Jamaica , Brian Wynter, says the Foreign Exchange Code of Conduct, currently being crafted, will bring greater order and standard to the foreign exchange market. He noted that while there are excellent institutions operating within the market, the standards are not consistent across all entities.Spooky themes play out on Orange County stages
Samantha Green and Jeremy Krasovic have their hands full fending off ravenous, murderous zombies in Maverick TheaterA's live stage adaptation of George RomeroA's seminal 1968 low-budget horror film A'Night of the Living Dead.A' Getting the heck scared out of you by going to special seasonal attractions at local amusement parks, watching your favorite fright flicks and finding a creatively done neighborhood haunted house are just some of the ways you can enjoy Halloween. Another is to take in some of the Halloween-oriented theater productions now on stage.Pickles and Olives are ready for any emergency, thanks to pet owners Brian and Lena Cutler.
It happens so suddenly. As we're all too familiar with here in the Mountain Area, and as we've sadly learned from the Napa and Sonoma County fires, the evacuation call for a wild fire can give you and your pets just minutes to get out.Firefighters battle 2 brush fires along the 57 freeway in Brea, Diamond Bar
Smoke rises from the Blaine fire burning in the Box Springs Mountains on Sunday, Aug. 13, 2017. This photo was taken from a rooftop off Blaine Street in Riverside.Wildfires stressed the wine country's healthcare system, creating a crisis and a warning for future
Kaiser Hospital patients arrive at the Veterans Memorial Building being used as a evacuation site on Monday, October 9, 2017 in Santa Rosa, California. Kaiser Hospital patients arrive at the Veterans Memorial Building being used as a evacuation site on Monday, October 9, 2017 in Santa Rosa, California.Agreement reached for better pay for SDPD officers
A contract agreement designed to stem the flow of experienced officers toward other law enforcement agencies was announced Tuesday by the San Diego Police Officers Association and Mayor Kevin Faulconer. Details were not immediately released on the length of the term or size of any raises.Tustin tidbits: What's coming up in town
Give a police officer an order and then a tip. Local law enforcement and school athletes will serve customers 5-9 tonight, Oct. 19, at the Red Robin in The District, 2667 Park Ave. Tips benefit the Special Olympics.La Brea Dinner Destination Commerson Nabs a Former Bouchon Vet
La Brea restaurant Commerson has officially announced its new chef, after well-traveled Sascha Lyon departed for a new gig Downtown earlier this year. Next up is Winston Wingfield, and he's bringing a new, meatier menu to the fore.Regina Trades and Skills Centre celebrates tenth anniversary
The Regina Trades and Skills Centre celebrated its tenth birthday Monday, welcoming partners, students and alumni to their continuously changing facility. It's different than other job training programs.Redlands Fire Department teaches public about safety during a blaze
Charlotte Perez, 4, gets help from fire Explorer Andrew Magana, as the Redlands Fire Department ends Fire Prevention Week with its annual Open House at Redlands Fire Station 261 , on Saturday, October 14, 2017. Hunter Davauh, 2, tries on some gear with help of Uriah Hernandez of the San Bernardino Forrest Service, as Redlands Fire Department ends Fire Prevention Week with its annual Open House at Redlands Fire Station 261 , on Saturday, October 14, 2017.At Napa vineyards untouched by wildfires, the grapes must still be picked
Mario Maldonado didn't wear a mask. The 22-year-old field laborer thought it would slow him down.Fates of different industries will be reflected in next month's Top 200
Bad year for offshore and better times for companies involved in tourism will be reflected in the performance of North East firms The contrasting fortunes of offshore industry and staycation holidays will show up on the Top 200 table, says Brian Nicholls. In last year's North East Top 200 , Technip Umbilicals came second only to Parkdean Resorts in achieving the highest percentage jump in turnover among all companies on the list.
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