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October 24, 2012
Local Boy and Girl Scouts will collect donations for Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County this Saturday as part of their annual Scouting for Food drive. Area scouts will go door-to-door in neighborhoods throughout the county with fliers inviting residents to donate non-perishable items. Then, they will return later in the day to pick the items up. Residents can also drop off items at Smart & Final and Stater Bros. locations where Scouts will be running collection stations.
NEWS
February 22, 2003
Former mayor elected LAFCO chair Arlene Schafer of Costa Mesa was elected the new chair for the Local Agency Formation Commission on Jan. 8. Schafer, a former Costa Mesa mayor and two-term appointee by former Gov. Pete Wilson to the Developmental Center Advisory Board of Directors, also serves as president of the Costa Mesa Sanitary District Board of Directors, president of Independent Special Districts of Orange...
NEWS
October 14, 2003
Deepa Bharath Several shoppers took their business to local Stater Bros. supermarkets on Monday after employees of three major supermarket chains went on strike late Saturday, protesting a contract that they say would cut their health benefits by half. Vons employees staged a walkout on Saturday after leaders of the 70,000-strong United Food and Commercial Workers union and representatives from the chains hit a cul de sac during negotiations, which lasted one day. Ralphs and Albertsons locked out workers after the walkout at Vons because all three chains were bargaining as one unit, officials said.
NEWS
November 17, 2003
Alicia Robinson The grocery workers strike and lockout, now in its sixth week, has been a blessing or a curse, depending on whom you ask. Some local shoppers said they've been victims of price gouging, while others said their shopping habits haven't changed at all since picket lines formed at stores in October. United Food and Commercial Workers union members last month rejected a new contract offer that would cut workers' health benefits. After they went on strike at Vons and Pavilions on Oct. 11, workers at Albertsons and Ralphs stores, which have been bargaining jointly, were locked out. "I'm just shopping here because I can't shop at my regular stores," said Shirley Davidson, of Corona del Mar, after shopping at the Stater Bros.
NEWS
By Joseph Serna | January 12, 2009
A man who police said led them on a high-speed chase down Costa Mesa streets ending in a dramatic crash onto the Santa Ana Country Club golf course remained in critical condition Monday, officials said. Paul Hastings, 36, of San Juan Capistrano, was being treated at Santa Ana’s Western Medical Center Intensive Care Unit on Monday afternoon, days after police tackled him on the Costa Mesa golf course as he tried to get away, authorities said. According to police, Special Enforcement Detail detectives monitoring the Stater Bros.
FEATURES
By PETER BUFFA | September 27, 2008
Holy cat. I leave for a couple of days, and the whole place goes bonkers. I am not where you are. I’m far away, in a city where Broadway takes you to Times Square not Triangle Square, and they have a Wall Street if you’re into money — but it’s shrinking fast, and pretty soon there won’t be anyone left. It seems that while I’ve been away, the People Behaving Badly folder has been getting bigger, a lot bigger. The first file — an 18-year old Costa Mesa resident who tried to rob a Stater Bros.
LOCAL
June 5, 2007
Orange County health care officials warned consumers on Monday to check their freezers for potentially contaminated beef that was recalled on Sunday. The products were recalled due to possible contamination with E. coli bacteria. Labels of the products subject to recall bear the number "EST. 1241" inside the USDA mark of inspection or printed on the package. All of the products have a sell-by date of May 6, a freeze-by date of May 7 or a produced-on date of April 20. Products subject to recall include but are not limited to: 10-pound casings of "Moran's All Natural, 73/27 fine ground beef;" 10-pound casings of "Moran's All Natural, 90/10 fine ground sirloin;" Two-pound chubs of "Inter-American Products 93/7 ground beef;" One-pound chubs of "Moran's All Natural 73/27 ground beef;" Three-pound chubs of "Stater Bros.
NEWS
November 27, 2002
Members of the Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce's CM900 Club donated food to 150 local families Tuesday morning as part of its fourth annual Thanksgiving Food Drive. The donations included turkeys and boxes of food that could provide complete Thanksgiving meals for families of eight. At 9:30 a.m., members brought the donated items to the Shalimar Learning Center in cars and trucks. By 10 a.m., the food -- aside from turkey, it included cranberry sauce, salsa and tamales -- was organized for distribution to families that both the learning center and Save Our Youth staff members identified as recipients.
SPORTS
December 9, 2006
GOLF TOURNEY RAISED MONEY FOR FORGASH NEWPORT BEACH — A golf tournament earlier last month at Newport Beach Golf Course raised more than $30,000 for U.S. Marine Sgt. Jason Forgash, who was seriously wounded in Iraq. Forgash, 37, whose wife is struggling to pay the mortgage, is in a Maryland hospital, where he's being treated after a bullet tore out much of his stomach. Forgash, a sergeant for the La Habra Police Department, was fed water and food through a tube for 14 weeks.
NEWS
October 6, 2002
Grocery store to offer public flu vaccinations Going to the grocery store could get you more than the usual loaf of bread and carton of eggs this month at your local Stater Bros. This month and next, the Stater Bros. on Baker Street in Costa Mesa will offer public flu vaccinations for people 18 years or older. Vaccinations will be given by a team from OnSite Wellness Medical on a first-come, first-served basis. Types and strains of the influenza virus change every year and many medical professionals have encouraged vaccinations to keep families healthy through the winter.
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NEWS
October 24, 2012
Local Boy and Girl Scouts will collect donations for Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County this Saturday as part of their annual Scouting for Food drive. Area scouts will go door-to-door in neighborhoods throughout the county with fliers inviting residents to donate non-perishable items. Then, they will return later in the day to pick the items up. Residents can also drop off items at Smart & Final and Stater Bros. locations where Scouts will be running collection stations.
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NEWS
By Candice Baker | February 10, 2011
Last week's grocery store bargain roundup seemed to be very popular with readers, so we'll continue this week with a surprising newsflash: There's an asparagus price war going on at many of the major supermarkets. Vons/Pavilions, Stater Bros. and Fresh & Easy, which opened a new branch at Newport and Harbor boulevards Wednesday, all are offering the fresh, rumored aphrodisiac just before Valentine's Day for less than $1 per pound. No, that's not a typo. Want more desire-enhancing menu options?
LOCAL
By Jim DeBoom | June 2, 2009
The Harbor Mesa Lions rocked and roared at the annual District Convention in Ventura, according to Carol Van Holt. They were definitely “the” winning club, receiving many honors and awards. They achieved the honors of: Division B Club of the Year, Visitation Club of the Year and also the winning centerpiece contest. Members receiving honors were: President of the Year, Gina Stansbury, Region Secretary of the Year, Jennifer Kelder and Winning Bulletin Editor, Carol Van Holt.
NEWS
By Joseph Serna | January 12, 2009
A man who police said led them on a high-speed chase down Costa Mesa streets ending in a dramatic crash onto the Santa Ana Country Club golf course remained in critical condition Monday, officials said. Paul Hastings, 36, of San Juan Capistrano, was being treated at Santa Ana’s Western Medical Center Intensive Care Unit on Monday afternoon, days after police tackled him on the Costa Mesa golf course as he tried to get away, authorities said. According to police, Special Enforcement Detail detectives monitoring the Stater Bros.
FEATURES
By PETER BUFFA | September 27, 2008
Holy cat. I leave for a couple of days, and the whole place goes bonkers. I am not where you are. I’m far away, in a city where Broadway takes you to Times Square not Triangle Square, and they have a Wall Street if you’re into money — but it’s shrinking fast, and pretty soon there won’t be anyone left. It seems that while I’ve been away, the People Behaving Badly folder has been getting bigger, a lot bigger. The first file — an 18-year old Costa Mesa resident who tried to rob a Stater Bros.
LOCAL
June 5, 2007
Orange County health care officials warned consumers on Monday to check their freezers for potentially contaminated beef that was recalled on Sunday. The products were recalled due to possible contamination with E. coli bacteria. Labels of the products subject to recall bear the number "EST. 1241" inside the USDA mark of inspection or printed on the package. All of the products have a sell-by date of May 6, a freeze-by date of May 7 or a produced-on date of April 20. Products subject to recall include but are not limited to: 10-pound casings of "Moran's All Natural, 73/27 fine ground beef;" 10-pound casings of "Moran's All Natural, 90/10 fine ground sirloin;" Two-pound chubs of "Inter-American Products 93/7 ground beef;" One-pound chubs of "Moran's All Natural 73/27 ground beef;" Three-pound chubs of "Stater Bros.
SPORTS
December 9, 2006
GOLF TOURNEY RAISED MONEY FOR FORGASH NEWPORT BEACH — A golf tournament earlier last month at Newport Beach Golf Course raised more than $30,000 for U.S. Marine Sgt. Jason Forgash, who was seriously wounded in Iraq. Forgash, 37, whose wife is struggling to pay the mortgage, is in a Maryland hospital, where he's being treated after a bullet tore out much of his stomach. Forgash, a sergeant for the La Habra Police Department, was fed water and food through a tube for 14 weeks.
NEWS
December 12, 2003
Marisa O'Neil When a plan to help out needy families at Sonora Elementary School started to fall apart, Planning Commissioner Katrina Foley knew exactly where to go. She went to her contact list and sent out about 150 pleas for help. Now, parents, lawyers and clowns are signed on to adopt 20 local families for the holidays. "I'm doing it because I want to give to those less fortunate than I am," Foley said. "It's a good way to give during the holiday season."
NEWS
November 17, 2003
Alicia Robinson The grocery workers strike and lockout, now in its sixth week, has been a blessing or a curse, depending on whom you ask. Some local shoppers said they've been victims of price gouging, while others said their shopping habits haven't changed at all since picket lines formed at stores in October. United Food and Commercial Workers union members last month rejected a new contract offer that would cut workers' health benefits. After they went on strike at Vons and Pavilions on Oct. 11, workers at Albertsons and Ralphs stores, which have been bargaining jointly, were locked out. "I'm just shopping here because I can't shop at my regular stores," said Shirley Davidson, of Corona del Mar, after shopping at the Stater Bros.
NEWS
October 14, 2003
Deepa Bharath Several shoppers took their business to local Stater Bros. supermarkets on Monday after employees of three major supermarket chains went on strike late Saturday, protesting a contract that they say would cut their health benefits by half. Vons employees staged a walkout on Saturday after leaders of the 70,000-strong United Food and Commercial Workers union and representatives from the chains hit a cul de sac during negotiations, which lasted one day. Ralphs and Albertsons locked out workers after the walkout at Vons because all three chains were bargaining as one unit, officials said.
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