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The bones recently found in Santa Ana were from a Native American

Remember the human remains that were found by a construction crew last week as they worked on the O.C. Streetcar project  at 2008 W. 5th St.? Turns out the bones belonged to an indigenous person, though unknown if male or female, and would be turned over to a Native American organization, according to the O.C.…

OC Supervisor Andrew Do and Clerk-Recorder Hugh Nguyen team up to end discrimination in property records

Unbeknownst to property owners and renters, some property records in California still contain discriminatory language that promotes racial segregation in our communities. Orange County Board of Supervisors Vice Chairman Andrew Do and Clerk-Recorder Hugh Nguyen have teamed up to propose a proactive approach to combating discriminatory language in recorded property documents. “Most Orange County homeowners…

Metrolink Rail maintenance work in Santa Ana starting on 9/22

For three nights, starting on Tuesday, 9/22/20 through Thursday 9/24/20, Metrolink will be inspecting and maintaining the railroad track system in Santa Ana between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. If needed, crews will repair equipment. Even within Quiet Zones, this work could lead to: • Possible Train Horns• Noise and/or light from maintenance vehicles or…

Spotlight on the 2020 Santa Ana Mayoral candidates

There is no question that Santa Ana Mayoral candidate Claudia Alvarez has the experience be able to handle the Santa Ana Mayor’s job. The question however is whether her temperament will get in the way. Nine years have passed since Alvarez has to apologize after she compared downtown property owner Irving Chase, who is Jewish,…

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