Orange Coast College’s annual Green Coast Day kicked-off Thursday with a short presentation and awards ceremony for Garrison Fellows in the Roger B. Moore Theatre.
Following public uproar and backlash at a proposal to house Orange County’s homeless in temporary tent structures, U.S. District Judge David O. Carter urged county officials to show accountability and to take concrete action for the county’s homeless population during a court session Tuesday.
The annual Spring Plant Sale at Orange Coast College is underway, with a large variety of vegetables, herbs, succulents, colored baskets and perennials available for purchase.
The energy was warm and welcoming. The panel of women, leading by example, introduced themselves to members of the audience before taking to the stage to discuss women’s leadership.
Los Alamitos City Council members voted 4 to 1 Monday to exempt the city from California’s sanctuary state law, a move that will allow the city to work with federal authorities and coordinate with law enforcement when dealing with undocumented immigrants.
Six Democrats competing for California’s 48th Congressional District—which is currently held by Republican Dana Rohrabacher—discussed women’s issues during a debate Wednesday night in the Robert B. Moore Theatre at Orange Coast College.
Wendell Pickens Field at Orange Coast College, host to the OCC baseball team, is under construction to implement a brand-new AstroTurf playing surface, 10 years after the field's last renovation.