Your selected category does not have any records at your current location.

About Seal Beach

Orange County New Headlines

The Orange County Register - News Headlines : Huntington Beach

Copyright 2016 Freedom Communications. All rights reserved.

The latest news from Orange County, CA

Police might not know where their guns are, and the law says that's OK

Saturday September 24th, 2016 01:00:00 AM
BY TONY SAAVEDRA

Southern California police agencies regularly lose track of all manner of firearms, from high-powered rifles and grenade launchers to standard service handguns – weapons that often wind up on the street.
An Orange County Register investigation of...

Daniel Wozniak sentenced to death for killing 2 friends to fund his wedding

Friday September 23rd, 2016 06:04:00 PM
BY KELLY PUENTE

SANTA ANA – For the families of Samuel Herr and Juri “Julie” Kibuishi, it was the end of a six-year wait for justice.
Daniel Patrick Wozniak, a 31-year-old former community theater actor from Costa Mesa, was sentenced to death on Friday for...

Orange County pair plead guilty to impersonating police

Thursday September 22nd, 2016 11:07:00 PM
By SCOTT SCHWEBKE

A man and woman have plead guilty to impersonating police officers earlier this month in Huntington Beach.
Armando Raul Hernandez-Perez, 27, of Aliso Viejo and his passenger, April Noemi Lopez-Fabian, 20, of Laguna Hills were in a black, unmarked,...

Islands converge at Central Park

Thursday September 22nd, 2016 09:29:16 PM

Central Park in Huntington became a kind of Polynesian paradise over the weekend at the two-day Pacific Islander Festival. Thousands of visitors attended the event, which had areas dedicated to island nations, states and territories from Hawaii to...

Skulls and bones exhibit at H.B. art center

Thursday September 22nd, 2016 09:26:33 PM

The Huntington Beach Art Center offers its take on the upcoming Halloween and Dia de los Muertos season with “Memento Mori: Skulls and Bones in Art,” opening Saturday. The exhibition features local, national and international artists from five...

Huntington Beach extends Ruby's Diner lease for 15 more years

Thursday September 22nd, 2016 09:24:00 PM
By GREG MELLEN

Since 1993, residents have become accustomed to the red roof at the end of the Huntington Beach Pier signifying the landmark Ruby’s Diner.
That tradition is expected to continue after the City Council on Monday approved a 15-year lease extension...

Police: Woman killed after fleeing hit-and-run crash in Huntington Beach

Thursday September 22nd, 2016 06:38:00 PM
By SCOTT SCHWEBKE

HUNTINGTON BEACH – A 44-year-old woman was killed in a single-vehicle crash early Thursday morning.
Around 1:30 a.m., officers responded to Main Street and Palm Avenue where they found a woman, alone and deceased in the driver’s seat of a 2000...


O.C. Real Estate News

The Orange County Register - News Headlines : Real Estate

Copyright 2016 Freedom Communications. All rights reserved.

The latest news from Orange County, CA

Irvine tech firm develops 'smart yard' system to control watering with iPhone app, WiFi

Sunday July 10th, 2016 09:21:00 PM
By MARGOT ROOSEVELT

David Witting was enjoying July 4th fireworks with a few friends on his Irvine patio when, suddenly, his garden sprinklers went off.
“I didn’t miss a beat,” he recalled. “I didn’t have to rush into my garage with a flashlight to find the...

Lansner: Is rent control in O.C.'s future?

Sunday July 10th, 2016 07:00:00 AM
By JONATHAN LANSNER

In this age of populist politics, I’d be careful if I was an Orange County landlord.
Rents are rising at prerecession rates, and much of the jump is for solid economic reasons: growing demand meeting limited supply.
But that doesn't mean it’s a...

Irvine Ranch ranked as nation's top-selling home community

Friday July 8th, 2016 03:50:00 AM
By JONATHAN LANSNER

Orange County developers may not be building enough new homes to meet demand, but four master planned communities in South County are selling swiftly enough to grab top spots in one national ranking.
The Irvine Ranch neighborhoods were the...

Yorba Linda chiropractor sentenced to four years in prison for real estate scam

Wednesday June 15th, 2016 11:56:00 PM
BY KELLY PUENTE

SANTA ANA – A Yorba Linda chiropractor has been sentenced to four years in prison for stealing more than $2 million from investors in a Ponzi-like real estate scam. In addition to federal prison time, Bobby Hamby, 56, also was ordered on Monday to...

Dana Point mayor: Development and tourism are booming

Sunday May 8th, 2016 01:27:00 AM
By ERIKA I. RITCHIE

DANA POINT - Plans to transform this sleepy seaside village into a bustling destination that welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors are rapidly moving forward.
“Development is widespread across the city,” Mayor John Tomlinson said Friday...

Developer aims to turn former L.A. Times plant in Costa Mesa into creative campus

Monday March 28th, 2016 11:14:00 PM
By JOANNA CLAY

A developer has plans to turn the former Los Angeles Times building in Costa Mesa into a creative office environment – maybe even with volleyball courts and barbecue pits.
The project is a joint venture between developer Kearny Real Estate and...

This Village is Orange County's first building dedicated to housing nonprofits

Sunday March 20th, 2016 07:44:00 PM
By MARGOT ROOSEVELT

The sign atop the Santa Ana building reads: “The Village at 17th Street.”
Yet, at first glance, this squat stucco structure looks nothing like an actual village.
So you wonder.
But if an office building can be said to have a soul, this one’s is...


Local Beach News

  1. Mira Costa football squad rebounds for road win at West - Easy Reader - September 24, 2016
    Easy Reader Mira Costa football squad rebounds for road win at West Easy Reader Catalina Classic 2016 Photos by Chris Aguilar Photographer and videographer Chris Aguilar followed paddleboard maker Joe Bark and his Bark Surf Tech paddlers across the Catalina Channel during the Catalina Classic Paddleboard Championships. and more »
  2. Luke Bryan brings the party to the Forum and is headed to Irvine - OCRegister - September 24, 2016
    OCRegister Luke Bryan brings the party to the Forum and is headed to Irvine OCRegister He then gave a little nod to openers Little Big Town by singing/slaughtering their hit “Girl Crush” and adding in his own, more realistic lyrical content. “Any woman would be like 'She ain't taking my man, I don't give a damn what her perfume smells ... and more »
  3. Bearcats beat Clovis North 24-7 - Paso Robles Daily News - September 24, 2016
    Paso Robles Daily News Bearcats beat Clovis North 24-7 Paso Robles Daily News Bearcats football paso robles –The Paso Robles Bearcats beat Clovis North 24-7 Friday night at War Memorial Stadium. Their record improves to 5-0 for the season. The defense made their best showing of the season. They held highly-touted quarterback ...
  4. Double-murderer Wozniak receives death sentence for murder at Los Alamitos JFTB theater - Orange County Breeze - September 24, 2016
    Patch.com Double-murderer Wozniak receives death sentence for murder at Los Alamitos JFTB theater Orange County Breeze A search for Herr's dismembered body parts at El Dorado Park Nature Center was conducted by CMPD with assistance from the Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), search and rescue personnel from Orange, ... For ... Death for Ex-Long Beach Man Convicted of Killing Neighbors to Pay for Wedding Patch.com all 32 news articles » [...]
  5. Weather in northwest Orange County for Saturday, September 24, 2016 - Orange County Breeze - September 24, 2016
    Weather in northwest Orange County for Saturday, September 24, 2016 Orange County Breeze Sunny, with a high near 95. Light and variable wind becoming southwest 5 to 10 mph in the afternoon. Tonight: Mostly clear, with a low around 70. West wind 5 to 10 mph becoming southeast in the evening. Several days of hot, dry weather will be followed ...
  6. San Clemente looks sharp at home in win over Palos Verdes - OCVarsity - September 24, 2016
    San Clemente looks sharp at home in win over Palos Verdes OCVarsity SAN CLEMENTE – A tough nonleague schedule led No. 9 San Clemente to an up-and-down opening to its season, and it didn't look to get easier with Palos Verdes, ranked seventh in CIF-SS Division 3, coming to town. “Iron sharpens iron,” San Clemente ... and more »
  7. Man killed at home rented by former Canadian talk show host - Daily Mail - September 24, 2016
    Daily Mail Man killed at home rented by former Canadian talk show host Daily Mail Investigators stand by the Los Angeles County coroners van after the body of a man was moved into it from a home in the Hollywood Hills section of Los Angeles, Friday, Sept. 23, 2016. Los Angeles police are searching for a suspect in the killing of a ... and more »
  8. Neighborhood Spotlight: Rancho Palos Verdes offers island living on the mainland - Los Angeles Times - September 23, 2016
    Los Angeles Times Neighborhood Spotlight: Rancho Palos Verdes offers island living on the mainland Los Angeles Times He then enlisted the Olmstead Brothers to design an ambitious master-planned community inspired by the seaside towns of southern Italy. Vanderlip's grand vision never came to pass, and it would be decades before any large-scale housing developments ...
  9. Santa Monica should stop trying to run its airport into the ground - Los Angeles Times - September 23, 2016
    Los Angeles Times Santa Monica should stop trying to run its airport into the ground Los Angeles Times ... take-offs and landings at Santa Monica — less than the 210,000 operations at Van Nuys Airport and 104,000 at Hawthorne, but still enough to make it a crucial air-transportation artery in the region, particularly for the Westside and beach communities.
  10. A groundbreaking homeless shelter for college students in Santa Monica hits a snag - Los Angeles Times - September 23, 2016
    Los Angeles Times A groundbreaking homeless shelter for college students in Santa Monica hits a snag Los Angeles Times It's what we should do based on God's love for all people. We are doing it as an example to other communities of faith, and we are doing it to tweak UCLA into doing what they should be doing.” We walked into the church's vaulted multipurpose room, then ...

Annual Seal Beach Events

beccantrista.jpg
There is a busy calendar of annual events in Seal Beach. The new year starts with the Seal Beach Polar Plunge  and the Annual Crab Feed  in February, sponsored by the Seal Beach Police Association. Other events include the Seal Beach Lions Club Pancake Breakfast  and the Seal Beach Classic Car Show  which are held in April. They also run a Seal BeachFish Fry  in July on the same weekend as the Seal Beach Rough Water Swim  which takes place by the Seal Beach Pier . The Seal Beach Chamber Of Commerce  sponsors many events, including: The Seal Beach Summer Concert Series  in July & August, a Seal Beach Sand Castle Festival  and the Seal Beach Kite Festival  in September. The Seal Beach Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony  is held in late November and the year ends with The Seal Beach Christmas Parade  in December along with Santa & the Reindeer.

Blog Listings

Don ‘Waldo’ Autry was skateboarding pioneer

Don ‘Waldo’ Autry was skateboarding pioneer

You might never know that the easygoing man who lived quietly, albeit on the fringe in his van in a Seal Beach alley. was famous for being… Read more »

Seal Beach Plans to Curtail Anglers’ Pier Pressure

Seal Beach Plans to Curtail Anglers’ Pier Pressure

A plan to limit fishing on the Seal Beach Pier hit some rough water Monday after city staff determined an agreement with the state forbids the city… Read more »

Forbes Names Seal Beach 4th Friendliest Town in U.S.

Forbes Names Seal Beach 4th Friendliest Town in U.S.

Hey neighbor!  You live in the 4th Friendliest Town in America, according to the latest Forbes’ ranking. The magazine recently released its list of top 15 pleasant places…. Read more »