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July 17, 2009
Police are looking for two men who robbed a man outside the Home Depot on Harbor Boulevard on Thursday afternoon. About 12:54 p.m., a man was walking out of Costa Mesa’s Home Depot, 2300 Harbor Blvd., when he was approached by a man who offered to help him with his things to his car, said Sgt. Bryan Glass. Behind this would-be good Samaritan was his accomplice, who approached the shopper from behind and jabbed something in his back, Glass said. He demanded the man’s money and made him lean forward and stole the cash from his back pocket before running away, police said.
March 23, 2011
Mater Dei High sophomore defender Maddie Bauer, a Newport Beach resident, is preparing for a possible World Cup run in girls' soccer. Bauer is a member of the United States Under-17 women's national team, which is in training camp this week at the Home Depot Center in Carson. The U.S. U17s played Loyola Marymount Wednesday and play Cal State Fullerton on Saturday at 4 p.m. These are key games as the U17s are preparing to attempt to qualify for the 2012 U17 FIFA Women's World Cup in Azerbaijan.
September 29, 2004
Jeff Benson Gilda Crone, Home Depot's spunky, self-proclaimed "Outside Garden Goddess," cares about her job and her customers. Last month, she received the Costa Mesa Home Depot's "25 Years of Caring" award, presented to employees at each of the home improvement chain's 1,700 stores nationwide. But the award wasn't entirely hers to keep. Each Home Depot store is donating $250 in gift cards to the award winners' favorite charities, so they can repair their facilities.
March 17, 2005
The Daily Pilot asked people at Home Depot on Harbor Boulevard, "How do you feel about the Job Center closing?" I don't know where the workers are going to go for work if they don't have that. I'd like to know why they're closing it and what their justification is. RON DEWILDE, 53 Costa Mesa I think it's a bad idea because we often use them for day labor.... It's going to make it bad for places like Home Depot. DEREK PHILLIPS, 39 Costa Mesa It's a good place to go and find work; it benefits everyone -- the guy that needs work and the people who need workers.
By Jessie Brunner | March 22, 2007
WESTSIDE — When school let out Wednesday afternoon, a few dozen girls from Girls Inc. of Orange County were delighted to discover a that pirate ship had docked in the playground at the organization's Costa Mesa headquarters. They also found a new swing set, a freshly painted exterior, colorful mosaics and other miscellaneous upgrades as about 200 Home Depot volunteers and community members finished up an intensive day of renovations that began at 6 a.m. "I never knew Girls Inc. would have this kind of stuff," said an elated Julie Hernandez, 8, of Costa Mesa.
January 31, 2000
OPEN STORES, approximate # of EMPLOYEES: Home Depot, home improvement store-200 Albertson's, supermarket-100 T.J. Maxx N' More, clothing store-160 Chuck E. Cheese, pizza/entertainment center- 40 Rite Aid, pharmacy-12 Nick's Pizza-7 Barbeques Galore, barbecue dealer-14 STORES COMING SOON: Famous Footwear Queen's Nails Supercuts McDonald's Beauty Supply LEASES PENDING: Panda Express...
February 25, 2009
CARSON — The Sage Hill School boys’ soccer team scored all its goals in the first half in its 4-1 postseason victory over California Academy of Math and Science at the Home Depot Center Wednesday. The Lightning advance to the CIF Southern Section Division VII quarterfinals, where it will play host to Rosamond Friday, in a match scheduled for 3 p.m. Senior Michael Bear scored twice and had an assist, while sophomore Colton Gyulay contributed two assists and a goal.
August 2, 2008
CARSON — Jeff Ward, a Newport Beach resident, showed Saturday that he still has what it takes to win, even at age 47. Ward captured the gold medal in the Moto X SuperMoto event in XGames 14 at the Home Depot Center. He finished ahead of Robbie Horton of Grovetown, Ga., and third-place finisher Brandon Currie of Anaheim. Ward, who became the oldest gold medalist in the XGames two years ago, took home the silver medal last year. He is a member of the Motorsports Hall of Fame.
By Daniel Tedford | February 15, 2008
Volunteers braved the blustery day Thursday to help build a playground for the children at Girls Inc. More than 200 volunteers from Home Depot, KaBoom, Girls Inc. and other community groups joined in the service project as they tightened bolts, painted fences and helped develop a mural geared toward young girls. “I’m for anything that supports [girls] to be strong, smart and bold,” said Pam Policano, paint brush in hand. Policano serves on Girls Inc.’s board of directors.
July 21, 2008
More than 100 girls will attend a barbecue cook-off Wednesday in Costa Mesa as part of Girls Inc.’s Fit Girls and Families Program. Chef Jamie Gwen, author of four books and radio show host on 97.1 FM, and her manager Lana Sills, will host the barbecue. Girls, ages 4 to 12, will help prepare grilled chicken soft tacos, fresh salsa, corn on the cob, wedges of watermelon and a fruit cobbler. The Fit Girls and Families Program is an educational undertaking to battle obesity in girls and teens of Orange County and is made possible by the support of California Endowment, Foster’s Wine Estates Americas, Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian and Kaiser Permanente.
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