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Aliso Viejo is located along the coast bordering the Pacific Ocean in southern California. The land where Aliso Viejo now sits was originally sold to Juan Avila by the Mexican government in 1842 before the US-Mexican War. In the 1890s Avila sold 22,000 acres to the Moulton family, who used the land as a ranch. In 1976 the Mission Viejo Company purchased the remaining 6,600 acres to build a planned community. And in 2001, Aliso Viejo was incorporated, making it Orange County, California's newest addition.
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Local Sports Teams: Orange County Gladiators LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings LA Sparks
Local Colleges: Soka University of America
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Towns/Cities near aliso viejo, california : Mission Viejo Laguna Hills Laguna Woods Laguna Beach Laguna Niguel San Juan Capistrano
South Orange County charity plans to build 30 wells in Africa with funds raised at Run4Water
Vincent Lord Sarino, Alejandro Alderete, Keith Ray and Aaron Perry leg out the start of the Wells of Life Run4Water 5K/1K at Laguna Niguel Regional Park on Sunday, April 23.The event was fundraiser for Wells of Life, a charity that builds water wells in Uganda. Vincent Lord Sarino, Alejandro Alderete, Keith Ray and Aaron Perry leg out the start of the Wells of Life Run4Water 5K/1K at Laguna Niguel Regional Park on Sunday, April 23.The event was fundraiser for Wells of Life, a charity that builds water wells in Uganda.Plans back on for new high-end, 216-unit apartment complex in downtown Long Beach
Lennar Multifamily Communities is pressing forward with plans for a new downtown Long Beach apartment complex after a nearly decade-long pause in the project's development. Called Oceanaire, the 216-unit apartment complex has been under construction at 150 W. Ocean Blvd. since September, Lennar Multifamily executive Ryan Gatchalian said.Aliso Viejo and Laguna Niguel gear up for cancer fundraiser Relay for Life
From left, Margo Ludwig and Linda Tiechmann of Laguna Niguel participate in a Relay for Life at Niguel Hills Middle School in 2015. Chun had agreed to walk laps in the early morning hours in Aliso Viejo to show that cancer never sleeps - a symbolic gesture where there's at least one person walking at a Relay for Life event at all times.Aliso Viejo crime call log, Apr. 16-22
Shane Newell joined the Register as a community reporter covering Aliso Viejo and Laguna Niguel. He graduated from Stanford University in 2016 with a M.A. in communication.Teen retailer Five Below to open 12 stores in Southern California
Ciro Brudagljo of Laguna Niguel tours Five Below with 8-month-old daughter Tania, who's less interested in commerce than playing with dad at the Aliso Viejo location. Five Below, a retailer from Philadelphia that targets youthful shoppers, will come to Southern California with a 12-store opening in the coming month.Aliso Viejo projects higher revenues, police costs for 2017-18
The Aliso Viejo City Council got its first look at the 2017-18 fiscal year draft budget on Wednesday, April 19, which showed general fund revenues could increase by almost 7 percent. The draft budget predicted the city will receive approximately $23 million in resources for the next fiscal year, which begins July 1 - an increase of nearly $800,000 from the previous fiscal year.El Segundo police seek identity of forgery/check theft suspect
Police are looking for a woman who cashed two checks stolen in early March from an office at 909 N. Sepulveda Blvd. in El Segundo. On March 22, the woman and a man posed as a couple "in need" and coaxed two customers at Bank of America branches in Santa Ana and Aliso Viejo to cash them for a total of $4,762.50.San Clemente's North Beach debuts midweek farmers market
Maria Gladd of San Clemente hands money to Moises Uriostegui, owner of Moises Farms, at San Clemente's midweek farmers market on Wednesday, April 12. Meghan Yolles of San Clemente was on her way to the beach trail on April 12 when she noticed that a street next to North Beach was blocked off. When she went to see what was happening, she discovered a farmers market complete with live music and an artisan exhibit.Aliso Viejo Briefly 4-20
The city is giving away up to 60 pounds of compost per CR&R customer at 7 a.m. Saturday, April 22 at Laguna Niguel City Hall, 30111 Crown Valley Parkway. Aliso Viejo residents must bring a coupon from their trash bill to qualify.Man arrested on suspicion of DUI after he's found asleep in car inside Aliso Niguel High School
A silver Dodge sedan ended up parked in the middle of Aliso Niguel High School Monday morning. The driver was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol.UC Santa Barbara Student Found Dead Wednesday Morning
A jogging passerby found a UC Santa Barbara student dead near Campus Point at approximately 7:00 a.m. Wednesday, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office reported. Police said the death appears to be a suicide.Fast-growing teen value retailer enters California
The retailer will open stores on Friday, April 21, in Aliso Viejo, Anaheim, Compton, Hawthorne, Montebello, Fontana, Rancho Cucamonga, South Gate and Redlands. The stores mark the company's first West Coast locations, bringing its reach to approximately 550 stores in 32 states.Laguna Niguel crime call log, Apr. 2-8
Shane Newell joined the Register as a community reporter covering Aliso Viejo and Laguna Niguel. He graduated from Stanford University in 2016 with a M.A. in communication.Aliso Viejo celebrates spring with breakfast, egg hunt
Aidan Samuel and his mother Mary Ann Samuel, both of Coto de Caza, collect eggs during the infant Easter egg hunt at the Community Spring Celebration & Pancake Breakfast at Aliso Viejo Town Center Grand Park on Saturday, April 8, 2017 in Aliso Viejo, Calif. Coast Hills Church member Audrey Grace Lehman of Aliso Viejo hands a Peep-on-a-stick to Brandon Trinh of Garden Grove during the Community Spring Celebration & Pancake Breakfast at Aliso Viejo Town Center Grand Park on Saturday, April 8, 2017 in Aliso Viejo, Calif.Orange County's economy still growing: How long can expansion last?
Vantis has several social spaces. The Shea Property is near Aliso Viejo Town Center and Soka University.Great Park developer FivePoint renews effort to go public
Emile Haddad, CEO and Chairman of FivePoint Communities, and Mike Alavarado CLO look out on the Great Park from the top of a home built by Tri Pointe Homes in Parasol Park. Lynn Jochim, Executive Vice President, and Emile Haddad, CEO and Chairman of FivePoint Communities tour homes built by Lennar in Parasol Park during the grand opening celebration in Irvine in January.Aliso Viejo Town Center meetings offer glimpse of revitalization
People walk at Aliso Viejo Town Center in Aliso Viejo on Monday, April 3, 2017. The Gateway portion of Aliso Viejo Town Center could be transformed into a revitalized shopping destination with a boutique hotel, residential units and more shops.
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