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Lake Forest is located in southwestern California in Orange County. It has two lakes, which are manmade, giving the city the first part of its name. The second half of the city's name comes from the "forest" area that consists of mostly Eucalyptus trees. The eyewear manufacturer, Oakley Inc. is headquartered in the city. Notable residents of Lake Forest have included actress Christine Woods (Flash Forward) and bassist Ginger Reyes (The Smashing Pumpkins, Halo Friendlies).

Population: 58707
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings LA Sparks
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Zip Codes associated with lake forest, california: 92610 92630
Towns/Cities near lake forest, california : Rancho Santa Margarita Mission Viejo Laguna Hills Irvine Aliso Viejo

Lake Forest News
Family to hold free community even Sunday in memory of Blaze Bernstein

A poster with the photo of Blaze Bernstein was on display at a press conference at the Orange County Sheriff's Department in Lake Forest on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018 to announce that a body discovered in Borrego Park has been identified as missing teen Blaze Bernstein. COSTA MESA The family of college student Blaze Bernstein, whose body was found in a Lake Forest park last month, will hold a community event in his honor Sunday evening at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts.

El Toro Park eyed for Boys & Girls Club satellite center

Lake Forest city officials plan to reach out to residents to get their thoughts on having Boys & Girls Club programs at El Toro Park. The City Council's 4-1 vote to proceed continues momentum for Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach officials, who have been working with the city to find a local site for activities since October 2016.

Rescue dogs, some from Orange County, get their day in the spotlight...

Is there anything funnier than a bulldog sitting on her butt? Maybe, but this contestant in the Best Bulldog category of the "2018 American Rescue Dog Show" is worth at least a chuckle. Or a smile.

Memorial show planned for slain student Blaze Bernstein

The public is invited to pay tribute to slain Orange County resident Blaze Bernstein on Feb. 25 at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts. The #BlazeItForward movement will present musical and spoken performances by students from the Orange County School of the Arts themed around acts of kindness and humanity.

Discover the Benefits of Mercury Insurance Company's New Program

In my experience, the Mechanical Protection plans from Mercury represent the best value the industry has to offer to consumers." LAKE FOREST, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, February 15, 2018 / EINPresswire.com / -- Mercury Mechanical Protection has helped drivers cover unexpected auto mechanical failures for over forty years.

Lake Forest's Barker Ranch Dog Park closed for 10 days to add more shade

Barker Ranch Dog Park will be closed through Feb. 22 as new shade structures are installed to keep residents cool while their furry friends play. The dog park, which opened in late 2015, included benches with small overhead shade structures, but no large shade structures.

Newsmax's Top 25 Christian Nonfiction Authors

In the first century, Jesus Christ's disciples, the Apostle Paul, and others penned the New Testament, the second part of the Holy Bible that would become the best-selling and most widely distributed book in history with more than 5 billion copies printed, according to Guinness World Records . While the Bible was completed nearly 2,000 years ago, today's pastors, philosophers, journalists, physicians, and others have written countless books commentating on Scripture that have sold hundreds of millions of copies, profoundly influenced the world, and inspired many people to live lives of faith.

Michael Baker International awarded contract to develop California master planned community

Michael Baker International was awarded a $2.4 million contract to serve as the prime consultant to provide land development services to plan, design and construct more than 500 homes in the City of Lake Forest, Calif. The Serrano Summit master planned community will include approximately 60 acres of medium density residential development, two neighborhood parks, a private community recreation center, a nine-acre civic center and a 3.2-acre nature park along the Serrano Creek Trail.

Former Signal Hill police officer pleads guilty in road-rage incident in Irvine

SANTA ANA A former Signal Hill police officer was sentenced to 60 days in jail on Friday for a road rage incident in which, prosecutors say, he dragged another driver out of his car and put a gun to the other man's head for supposedly cutting him off on the I-405 freeway in Irvine. Jacob Emory Swigger, 41, of Lake Forest pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor count of assault and battery by an officer for the Nov. 20, 2014 encounter.

Lake Forest hosting Special Needs Valentine Dance

Residents of Lake Forest enjoy a patriotic themed Special Needs Dance at Lake Forest City Hall, July 8, 2017. The city will host a Special Needs Valentine Dance, 7-9 p.m. Saturday at City Hall.

Lake Forest to discuss potential options for a no-kill animal shelter

The City Council will have a discussion about potential alternatives for a no-kill animal shelter in the city at Tuesday's meeting at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall, 25550 Commercentre Drive. The city contracts with Orange County Animal Care for animal control services and also has a partnership with the Pet Adoption Center of Orange County, a storefront facility that works with the county, rescue groups and other volunteers to provide animals for adoption.

Blaze Bernstein's High School Classmate Pleads Not Guilty To Murder

A former high school classmate of Blaze Bernstein, 19, the Jewish college student found dead in a park near his parents' Southern California home, pleaded not guilty to murder charges. Samuel Woodward, 20, of Newport Beach, California, was ordered held on $5 million bail, after he issued his plea on Friday in Orange County Superior Court.

Lake Forest seeking input on neighborhood park improvements

The city is improving 10 neighborhood parks and residents are encouraged to provide their input on desired features and amenities at one of three Neighborhood Park Improvement Workshops. The first of those meetings will take place 7 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 5 at the Lake Forest Sports Park and will cover Borrego Overlook Park, Regency Park and Vintage Park.

Suspect in U Penn student's murder due in California court

Authorities say Samuel Woodward, 20, of Newport Beach killed 19-year-old sophomore Blaze Bernstein and buried his body in a shallow grave at a neighborhood park not far from the Bernstein family's home in Lake Forest. Bernstein, who grew up in Orange County and was visiting his family on winter break, was missing for a week after going out with Woodward the night of Jan. 2, according to authorities.

My Son, Blaze Bernstein, Was Murdered. Then Came The Outpouring Of Love

Is it possible to know how you will act when thrust into an existentialist crisis? Will you stand up to the challenge, or fall to the ground in a puddle of fears and devastation? Will you rise with courage and purpose and fight for life, for love, for resolution knowing that even with your last dying breath you may never have the answers you need? Unfortunately, I found out earlier this year how I would react, when my husband and I were forced to deal with the disappearance and murder of our brilliant, sweet, hardworking, and successful 19-year-old son, Blaze Bernstein. This life-altering event changed not only our lives but the lives of thousands of people around the world who came to know us through our tragedy and our call to action.

Portola Center developers to meet with Lake Forest residents

Portola Center developers Baldwin & Sons will meet with residents to answer any questions regarding the development. The meeting will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. tonight, Feb. 1, at Starbucks, 27412 Portola Parkway.

SnowFest helps residents forget about warm, windy weekend conditions

Taro Kurosawa, of Lake Forest, sprinkles snow on the head of his daughter Lynn, 2, during the annual SnowFest at Pittsford Park in Lake Forest on Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018. Families in Lake Forest had the chance to enjoy snowy slopes on Saturday, Jan. 29, just before temperatures in Orange County shot up to above 80 degrees for the next couple of days.

Alleged killer of Penn student belonged to neo-Nazi group, report says

The California man charged with fatally stabbing a University of Pennsylvania sophomore at least 20 times is "an avowed neo-Nazi and a member of one of the most notorious extremist groups in the country," according to a report by ProPublica. Samuel Lincoln Woodward, 20, is suspected of killing Blaze Bernstein, a 19-year-old psychology student, who disappeared the night of Jan. 2 while visiting his Southern California hometown on winter break.

Santiago Canyon College alumna returns to campus with solo art show

Paintings like these by Kay Dudacek will be on display at Santiago Canyon College as part of an alumni showcase from Feb. 6 through March 8. Former Santiago Canyon College student and Lake Forest resident Kay Dudacek will present her solo show, "An Artist's Journey," at the Santiago Canyon College art gallery from Feb. 6 to March 8. Dudacek, who went on to become a full-time artist working in Orange County, will present "An Artist's Journey." "There is one thing about becoming an artist," Dudacek said, "you never stop learning your craft.

They are here . Girl Scout cookies have arrived in Orange County

Natasha Rios of Laguna Hills takes two boxes of Thin Mints Girl Scout cookies from a stack of boxes while volunteering at a cookie distribution event at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest on Saturday, January 27, 2018.

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