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    1. South County business round up: New stores coming to The Shops at Mission Viejo - The Orange County Register

      South County business round up: New stores coming to The Shops at Mission Viejo - The Orange County Register

      Shoppers will see a host of new stores at The Shops at Mission Viejo this fall. The specialty store 41 Olive, which specializes in all-natural olive oils and vinegars, recently opened its 1,500-square-foot location on the upper level near the Macy’s women’s store. Rare products include strawberry vinegar, thick dark chocolate vinegar and hot chipotle olive oil.

      Read full article for more information about other new stores that will be opening.

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    2. South County Business: American Girl store to open in Mission Viejo

      South County Business: American Girl store to open in Mission Viejo

      A seasonal American Girl Store is set to open Nov. 15 at the Shops at Mission Viejo and stay open through the end of January. To participate in the grand-opening party and enter the store, attendees need to pick up a ticket outside the store. Tickets are available starting at 10 a.m. on Nov. 15. Girls can do free crafts, be entered into a doll drawing and receive a free gift while supplies last. American Girl, which is a subsidiary of Mattel, runs 21 retail stores across the country.

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    3. Going underground: See O.C. homes with tricked out subterranean spaces

      Going underground: See O.C. homes with tricked out subterranean spaces

      Standing near a baby grand piano on the subterranean level of his house in Corona del Mar, Mark Binder recalled the basement of his boyhood home in the hamlet of Dix Hills, N.Y., on Long Island.

      “It was cement,’’ the 51-year-old financial adviser said. “We had a pingpong table down there. It was more for storage.”

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    4. O.C. mental health treatment in crisi

      O.C. mental health treatment in crisi

      Orange County is becoming a nexus for change in our mental health care system. Saddleback Church, the Roman Catholic Diocese, the Orange and Irvine Police Departments, St. Joseph’s Hospital, other organizations and thousands of individuals are working toward a new model in mental health care. It is a holistic approach blending physical, medical, psychological and spiritual care in our communities and our churches. There really is nothing like it anywhere.

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    5. City's youngest commissioner has vision for Mission Viejo

      City's youngest commissioner has vision for Mission Viejo

      Grant Voss, the 21-year-old Cal State Fullerton business major is the youngest person to have served on any Mission Viejo commission according to city officials, based on their recollection. And earlier, in November, Voss also became the youngest person to ever run for the Mission Viejo City Council, at age 20.

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    6. Federal inspection report finds Mission Hospital in crisis

      Federal inspection report finds Mission Hospital in crisis

      In operating rooms at Mission Hospital Regional Medical Center, insects buzzed and temperatures dipped dangerously low, problems that could cause deadly infections, a federal inspection report shows. 

      Please comment below.  Let our readers know what type of experience you have had at Mission Hospital, good or bad.

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    7. Homeless shelter planned in Anaheim attracts support, criticism at forum - The Orange County Register

      About 600 supporters and opponents of a proposed homeless shelter gathered Wednesday night to express concerns ranging from a potential hike in crime for surrounding neighborhoods to the fate of needy people if the 200-bed facility doesn’t open.

      Representatives from Orange County and the cities of Anaheim and Fullerton explained how the proposed shelter would be operated and secured if it opens in a vacant warehouse at 1000 N. Kraemer Place, in an industrial area known as Anaheim Canyon.

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    8. Queen of Cosmetics: Dena Edwards, 90, of Fullerton has been selling Mary Kay cosmetics since 1969 - The Orange County Register

      A black-and-white newspaper clipping from a 1974 edition of the Fullerton Tribune shows a grinning woman stroking her cheeks in an upward motion, showing patients at a convalescent hospital how to properly apply facial cream.

      Dena Edwards, the woman in the photo, was already well into her career selling cosmetics with Mary Kay Inc. when that photo was taken. She started her career 46 years ago and hasn’t stopped working since.

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    9. Could you live in 475 square feet? These Old Towne residents say micro-dwelling is 'liberating' - The Orange County Register

      Could you live in 475 square feet? These Old Towne residents say micro-dwelling is 'liberating' - The Orange County Register

      There’s a new housing trend that’s caught on with millennials and baby boomers who are looking to downsize — micro-dwellings. These tiny homes are smaller than 500 square feet. “It’s a lot more free and liberating to have less stuff,” one resident said.

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    10. Aliso Viejo fair to educate on health, safety issues

      Aliso Viejo fair to educate on health, safety issues

      More than 20 public safety organizations will offer free information and resources Saturday during Aliso Viejo’s annual Community Health, Safety and Resource Fair at the Iglesia Community Center. Topics include financial planning, mental health, child safety, swimming safety and senior services. Children can make crafts, meet sheriff’s deputies and firefighters, and participate in a bike rodeo.

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    11. Chapman University's expansion plan raises concerns among neighbors - The Orange County Register

      Chapman University's expansion plan raises concerns among neighbors - The Orange County Register

      Residents in picturesque Old Towne have complained for years about living next door to Chapman University students, pointing to noise, litter, traffic and parking.

      Now, some worry that those problems will swell if a proposal succeeds to add almost 3,000 students and 17 acres that the university already owns to the campus.

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    12. Irvine: City may repeal living wage law

      Irvine: City may repeal living wage law

      As activists notch victories in a growing nationwide campaign to raise pay for the poorest workers, the only city in Orange County that requires contractors to pay more than the state’s minimum is poised to cut the paychecks of some local workers.

      Irvine’s City Council is to vote Tuesday on a proposal to repeal its living wage ordinance, one week after the nation’s second-largest city, Los Angeles, tentatively approved raising minimum pay to $15 over the next five years.

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