It’s not all bad news. Despite one of the worst recessions on record, Anaheim’s crime rate continues to plummet. Robberies? Down 11.6 percent. Property crimes? Down 15.5 percent. All violent crime? Down 7.9 percent. “That’s huge,” Anaheim Police Chief John Welter said in a column published today in the Anaheim Bulletin. To read the column, click [...]
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The world watched this summer as unruly fans in Los Angeles hulred rocks and bottles, overturned cars and set bonfires in the street after the Lakers won the National Basketball Association championship. Los Angeles isn’t the first – nor will it be the last – place where fans have rioted after a major sporting championship. [...]
Last year was big for JSerra Catholic High School, wrote CEO Frank Talarico in his monthly Capistrano Dispatch column. “We won our first Trinity League sports championships, graduated our largest senior class (including our first National Merit Scholarship winner) and contributed to the community in hundreds of notable ways,” he wrote. All our accomplishments last [...]
JSerra Catholic High School’s list of accomplishments continues to grow, CEO Frank Talarico wrote in his monthly Capistrano Dispatch column. “This year alone, we graduated our first National Merit Scholar, earned our first Trinity League sports championships and will send all 176 members of the Class of 2009 to college,” he wrote. “But there’s another [...]