• Morrison's Career Thrives On at Steamers

    Breaking into the music business is an ambition that brings many aspiring singers and musicians to Los Angeles. The competition for gigs is intense. Morrison’s career slowly gained traction. She began singing in 1981 at the Del Rae, probably Fullerton’s best

New Business Report, August 18, 2014

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Breaking News

  • Fatal Hit and Run Image Released

    Fullerton Police have released a still image from surveillance video that captured the fatal hit-and-run accident in the 2600 block of West Orangethorpe Avenue last night.


  • Council Candidate Lineup Set

    The list of candidates running for two seats on the Fullerton City Council has been finalized for the November 4 election.  They are: Incumbents Doug Chaffee and Greg Sebourn, and Larry Bennett, Sean Paden, Rick Alvarez, Bill Chaffee and Jane Rands.Information and links to the candidate’s websites and statements can be found on the city website. .

  • Fullerton Funds Homeless Liaison Officer Program, Rejects Religious Temple and Postpones DCCSP Approval

    The Fullerton City Council voted Tuesday, 4-1 to approve $50,000 for police officers to provide direct aid to homeless people in Fullerton.  This is the first time the city has provided funding for the Homeless Liaison Officer Program since it was started ten years ago.Until now, the program has been funded entirely with donations from non-profit organizations, such as the Coast-to-Cost Foundation, which provides both the Fullerton and Anaheim Police Departments with motel vouchers, food and clothing, and personal hygiene kits for the homeless.  By far, the program’s single largest expenditures are bus and airline tickets to reunite homeless people with family members in other parts of the country.

New Exhibits

  • British Invasion Draws Large Crowd

    More than 200 attendees of the opening night part at the Fullerton Museum Center were treated to a performance by local musician Rusty Anderson.

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  • Special Needs Classes get $1,000 Each From Fullerton Cares Autism Foundation

    The money is to be split evenly among nine classes that serve students with special needs, and is to be spent on “classroom essentials,” according to FCAF founder Larry Houser, Houser is pictured above in black, surrounded by teachers and principals at district schools with Special Needs programs.

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