April 9, 2019


OCEA: Holistic Lifestyle Mini Fair returns to OCEA 10 am to 1 pm

FREE lunch and grilled zucchini, opportunity drawings, goodie bags discount, free samples and much more. Come see, taste, touch, hear and smell what natural holistic lifestyle solutions are all about!


Orange County

Voice of OC: OC apparently left millions in homeless health & housing grants on the table

County officials say they’re doing their best in applying for grants the county is eligible for. Others say Orange County is now playing catch-up under outside pressure and is eligible for more money than it’s getting.


Daily Pilot: It’s last call at Skosh Monahan’s, the Costa Mesa pub and restaurant where former mayor put politics on the menu

On Monday, the Irish-styled establishment owned by a former mayor is closing its doors for good after nearly 19 years.


Daily Pilot: Huntington Beach to consider opening a homeless shelter near Springdale and McFadden

The City Council plans to vote April 15 on whether to purchase the 11,200-square-foot structure at 15311 Pipeline Lane, a light industrial area about two blocks from Marina High School.


OCGOV: Have you paid your Secured Property Taxes yet?

With the second installment of secured property taxes last timely payment date looming on April 10, Orange County Treasurer Shari Freidenrich reports that more than 150,000individualtaxpayers have not yet submitted their payments.



LA Times: Doctors have blocked nurse practitioners from expanding care. Could that change?

The California Medical Assn., the powerful lobbying arm for the state's doctors, has so far blocked those efforts. But this year could be different, with a key lawmaker, Assemblyman Jim Wood (D-Healdsburg), switching sides.


Labor 411: Sears to its 90,000 retirees: Thanks for your loyalty, we’re ending your life insurance

Sears had already shaved employee benefits during its decades of financial turmoil, including major cuts to life insurance coverage in the late 1990s. But it still covered life insurance polices worth at least $5,000 for eligible retirees, with most policies ranging from $8,000 to $10,000.

Publication Date: April 9, 2019