February 14

  • 3,000 Expected for Mardi Gras for Autism

    To support autism charities and special education, Bourbon Street Bar and Grill’s sixth annual FREE family carnival benefit, ‘Mardi Gras for Autism’ will be held outside Bourbon Street Bar & Grill in the adjacent Fullerton Train Depot parking lot located at 110 E.

Donations Sought

  • YWCA Prom Project Boutique March 28

    The Prom Project is looking for donations of new or gently used prom gowns, shoes and accessories for high school girls with financial hardships.

Community News

Interview with Mayor Greg Sebourn, Pt. II

Sebourn Part II


  • Read Across America Comes to Fisler March 4

    We are excited to be planning our annual Read Across America Celebration in honor of Dr. Seuss. The event will be held on Wednesday, March 4th from 8:30 to 11:30AM (with times varying by grade). The students look forward to our Guest Reader visits every year, so we hope you can spend time with us again this year.

Interview with Mayor Greg Sebourn

Greg Sebourn Jan 16

Fullerton Mayor Greg Sebourn discusses his goals for Fullerton in 2015, his relationship with the Police Department and how becoming Mayor compares to his expectations of the job. First of two parts.

Ceremony Debuts Flag and Mosaic at Orangethorpe Elementary

Third-grade student and Cub Scout Hunter Bonney helps raise a new flag at Orangethorpe Elementary School the during a ceremony Tuesday. The school also debuted a student-created mosaic of an orca, overseen by artist Katherine England.  Several dignitaries were on hand for an official ribbon cutting. Photography by Davis Barber/FullertonStories.com.

This Week in Fullerton, January 26 - Feb. 1

January 26

Cristal Drake, Realtor

Ask Dr. G, updated January 7, 2015

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