The Dana Point City Council and other cities in Orange County this month recognized September as Hunger Action Month—a nationwide Feeding America campaign to bring awareness to those facing food insecurity.
Metrolink’s train service between the Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo Station and Oceanside station will be suspended until further notice beginning Friday, Sept. 30, the agency announced late Thursday afternoon.
The CUSD Board of Trustees on Wednesday, Sept. 21, voted to allow the district to implement a “Safe Routes to School” policy that’s meant to provide guidelines for students on how to ride safely and properly store their e-bikes at school.
With the continuing rise in popularity of e-bikes, scooters and similar modes of transportation, safety concerns were at the forefront of a conversation during the San Clemente City Council meeting on Tuesday evening, Sept. 20.
The San Clemente City Council on Tuesday, Sept. 20, voted to enter an exclusive negotiating period with Pacific Medical Buildings to determine whether to transfer use of city-owned land off of Avenida Vista Hermosa and Avenida La Pata for potential development of a medical facility.
Providence will soon open a pair of satellite health care facilities in Rancho Mission Viejo and San Clemente as part of a multi-million-dollar expansion plan that also includes the construction of a new patient tower on its Mission Viejo medical campus.
Candidates for the three open San Clemente City Council seats spoke to a number of issues during election season’s first forum that the San Clemente Historical Society hosted from the Dorothy Visser Senior Center on Sunday, Sept. 18.