• Wallis Retires After 40 Years on the Job

    Officer Bill Wallis has retired. With 40 years to his credit, he is believed to hold the record for longest service with the Fullerton Police Department. Photograph by David Styffe.

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  • Coyote Hills Land Deal Establishes Path to Acquire Property

    A "broad agreement" has been reached to resolve the fate of the 510 acre open space known as West Coyote Hills, Fullerton Mayor Doug Chaffee announced tonight. Reading from a prepared statement at the beginning of the City Council meeting, Chaffee described a "conceptual framework" agreed to by the land owner, Pacific Coast Homes, Friends of Coyote Hills, Open Coyote HIlls and the Trust for Public Lands.

  • What is a Land Trust?

    Land trusts are typically non-profit organizations that solicit donations that they then use to buy land for conservation purposes.

  • Crime Log: April 11 - April 13, 2014

    Dominos Pizza called saying a male is running up and down the street exposing himself.

  • Mayor Confirms Action Toward Homeless Shelter, Commends Bootlegger’s in State of the City Address

    Story by Elizabeth Hansburg/ --Mayor Doug Chaffee delivered his State of the City speech profiling ways to “Live, Work, and Enjoy” Fullerton on Friday at the Cal State Fullerton Titan Student Union.

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  • Mom's Club of Fullerton, East, Charity Auction

    The Spring Fling Begins April 26.

  • Railroad Days on Track for May 3 & 4

    Railroad Days is partnering with the Fullerton College Foundation for its second annual Train Station BBQ at the depot on May 2 & 3, to benefit student scholarships.The event is also collaborating with Fullerton Airport and the Muckenthaler for the Trains, Planes & Automobiles events in a "Transportation Celebration" on successive weekends in May. Photo Courtesy of Disneyland Resort.

  • Fullerton Beautiful Garden Tour Set for April 27

    The tour will will feature a wide variety of garden types, including edible gardens, eco-friendly gardens, gardens for entertaining, and secret gardens.


  • Soccer Game Set to Benefit Cancer Group

    The women’s team will be taking on Cal State Bakersfield on Saturday April 19th at 5pm in Titan Stadium as a charity game for  Soccer For Hope.

This Week in Fullerton is taking a one week break. Be sure to watch the Faces of Fullerton video to the left, and remember to be good humans. Peace.
Updated March 27, 2014 March 26