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Orange was incorporated in the State of California in 1888. Orange was the only city in Orange County to be planned and built around a plaza, thus earning it the nickname "Plaza City." The city was the first developed town site served by the California Southern Railroad when it reached Orange County. Notable residents have included Jason Lee (My Name is Earl, Almost Famous, Heartbreakers) and novelist Dean Koontz (The Mask, The Bad Place).

Population: 128821
Local Newspapers: Orange City News
Local Sports Teams: LA Avengers (AFL) LA Clippers (NBA) LA Dodgers (MLB) LA Galaxy (MLS) LA Lakers (NBA) LA Kings (NHL) LA Sparks (WNBA)
Local Colleges: Chapman University

Zip Codes associated with orange, california: 92861 92862 92865 92866 92867 92868 92869
Towns/Cities near orange, california : Anaheim Santa Ana Garden Grove Tustin Villa Park Placentia

Orange News
Village Nurseries Showcases New Plant Introductions for Landscape Architects at ASLA 2017

As a specialty grower, Orange, Calif.-based Village Nurseries offers the variety, the quality and the depth of product demanded by landscape architects who are seeking a wide breadth of trees and shrubs, many of which are patented or exclusive and not readily available at other wholesale nurseries.

ANCA Leaders Meet with Royce and Supervisor Hopeful Young Kim

Armenian National Committee of America National Chairman Raffi Hamparian and ANCA WR Advisory Board/ANCA OC member Garo Madenlian attended a birthday celebration and fundraising event at John Wayne Airport for Young Kim, former California Assemblywoman from the 65  district and current candidate for Orange County Board of Supervisors, fourth district. In attendance was long-time friend and House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce .

California inmate injured battling wildfires as another escapes

A prison inmate doubling as a volunteer firefighter suffered smoke inhalation on Tuesday while battling a blaze nicknamed "The Bear Fire," fire officials in California confirmed. A professional firefighter also suffered wrist and facial injuries after plunging 50 feet from a torched peak in the mountainous Boulder Creek region of Santa Cruz, California.

Review: Here's another chance to make your lips vibrate

Dry hot pot with chicken wings, lotus root, garlic chives and Sichuan chilies at Chili Party in Fountain Valley. Okay, it's official.

IoT Solution Provider Spotlight: Three Different Journeys That All Lead To IoT Success

Dimension Data, a Johannesburg, South Africa-based company, has been deploying IoT solutions globally - from connecting bikes to share rider information on the Tour De France to a Connected Conservation project in Africa enabling landowners to prevent rhino poaching. Ocean Township, N.J.-based Encon Mechanical, meanwhile, has been focusing its IoT efforts in the smart building space, looking to connect facilities so that facility managers and tenants can use that information for productivity and efficiency.

Rare Eichler home in Orange - with no atrium - sells for full asking price: $985,000

The house is one of two Eichler homes in Orange County without the familiar atrium, but it has a wrap-around courtyard. The Eichler home at 3841 E. Fernwood Ave. has the classic Eichler glass doors and clerestory windows The home stands out in the city of Orange's Fairhaven neighborhood.

Orange County high school schedule: Wednesday, Oct. 18

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Orange at Westminster, Heritage Christian at Whittier Christian, Kennedy at Valencia, Pacifica at Tustin, Costa Mesa at Godinez, Cypress at Western, Santa Ana at Ocean View, Mission Viejo at Laguna Hills, Tesoro at San Clemente, Savanna at Katella, Century at Santa Ana Valley BOYS WATER POLO Katella at Santa Ana Valley, Laguna Beach at Godinez, El Modena at Brea Olinda, Orange Lutheran at Mater Dei, Buena Park at Sunny Hills, Valencia at El Dorado, Newport Harbor at Marina, Segerstrom at JSerra

Irvine Park Railroad: Christmas Train Tickets Date

Ready to choo-choo after a talk with Santa Claus? The cute Orange attraction is a fine spot to do so. Nab your admission beginning on Nov. 1, 2017.

CBS Marks 60 MINUTES Anniversary with Commitment to Mike Wallace Memorial Scholarship

The Foundation of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences awarded $10,000 scholarships to each of five college-bound high school students pursuing careers in television, the organization announced today. The Mike Wallace Memorial Scholarship was presented to Nancy Pickett of Goldenrod, Florida, at last week's News and Documentary Emmy Awards.

Inmate walks off from Southern California firefighting crew

Firefighters battle flames along Jamboree Road in Orange just north of the Tustin city line Monday afternoon October 9, 2017 during the Canyon Fire 2. Firefighters battle flames along Jamboree Road in Orange just north of the Tustin city line Monday afternoon October 9, 2017 during the Canyon Fire 2. Firefighters work to extinguish a fire at a home as they battle a wildfire in Anaheim Hills, Calif., Monday, Oct. 9, 2017. Wildfires whipped by powerful winds swept through Northern California sending residents on a headlong flight to safety through smoke and flames as homes burned.

Shanna Waite Appointed New Head of UW Musical Theater Program

The University of Washington Musical Theater Program is announcing the appointment of Shanna Waite as its new program director. Waite will oversee the program through the end of its pilot phase in 2020.

Inmate walks away from Orange while fighting Canyon Fire 2

Inmate Armando Castillo, 31, walked away from his post in Orange near Peters Canyon Regional Park on Sunday, Oct. 15. He was assigned to help fight the Canyon Fire 2 when he was last seen at about 4:45 p.m. ORANGE A-minimum security inmate assigned to fight the Canyon Fire 2 walked away from his post on Sunday, Oct. 15, according to corrections officials. Armando Castillo, 31, was last seen at around 4:45 p.m. near Peters Canyon Regional Park before crews returned to Prado Conservation Camp in San Bernardino County.

As crews gain ground, California fire victims return home

With the winds dying down, fire crews gained ground as they battled the wildfires that have devastated California wine country and other parts of the state over the past week, and thousands of people got the all-clear to return home. While the danger from the deadliest, most destructive cluster of blazes in California history was far from over, the smoky skies started to clear in some places.

Inmate on the loose after abandoning post while fighting Canyon Fire 2

Inmate Armando Castillo, 31, walked away from his post in Orange near Peters Canyon Regional Park on Sunday, Oct. 15. He was assigned to help fight the Canyon Fire 2 when he was last seen at about 4:45 p.m. ORANGE A-minimum security inmate assigned to fight the Canyon Fire 2 walked away from his post on Sunday, Oct. 15, according to corrections officials. Armando Castillo, 31, was last seen at around 4:45 p.m. near Peters Canyon Regional Park before crews returned to Prado Conservation Camp in San Bernardino County.

OC Weekly editor Gustavo Arellano resigns from alt-weekly newspaper in dispute over cost cuts

Gustavo Arellano is no longer editor of OC Weekly after a disagreement with its owner over staffing. Longtime Orange County columnist, government watchdog and foodie Gustavo Arellano said Friday that he has voluntarily resigned from his role as editor of alternative weekly newspaper OC Weekly.

Pacific Symphony and Chapman University Present Latest INTERPLAY Concert

Great music by outstanding musicians in an inspiring venue surrounded by fine art by many of California's most noted artists-what more could you ask for? Maybe wine and cheese? The public is invited to enjoy this chamber music performance, as Pacific Symphony and Chapman University join forces once again to present a concert as part of the INTERPLAY festival, featuring a string quartet from the Symphony and a cello ensemble from Chapman. Curated by Laszlo Mezo, member of the Symphony and lecturer at Chapman, the imaginative program was inspired by the collection held at the University's Hilbert Museum of California Art and an upcoming special exhibition.

Southern CA Wildfire Nearing Containment

Oct. 13--Slight winds allowed 1,201 firefighters to push down on the Canyon Fire 2 on Orange County's northeastern edge Thursday, getting containment of the once-raging blaze to 65 percent. "It was another great day, weather-wise," said Mike Lyster, spokesman for the city of Anaheim.

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