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Mission Viejo is located in southern California in the Saddleback Valley. The city is primarily residential, with several offices and businesses in the city limits. The city was named after Rancho Mission Viejo, the large Spanish land grant from which the community was established. The land where Mission Viejo now lies was once a hilly region predominately used for grazing sheep and cattle. The city is the hometown of the New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, New York Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes, and Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman Adam LaRoche.
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: Mission Viejo Vigilantes
Local Colleges: Saddleback College
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Towns/Cities near mission viejo, california : Lake Forest Laguna Hills Laguna Woods Aliso Viejo Rancho Santa Margarita
Mission Viejo holds first public hearing on proposed district-based elections
The City Council held the first of five public hearings Tuesday, Nov. 14, to educate residents about the potential switch to district-based elections and to look at maps showing the city's population breakdown. The council has yet to make a decision whether to switch from at-large to district-based elections after receiving a letter in September threatening a lawsuit from Malibu-based Shenkman & Hughes law firm.Things to do in and around Aliso Viejo, Nov. 17-30
Students from the Vocal Music Program at Saddleback College will perform songs by American art song composers including Ned Rorem, John Duke, Samuel Barber and Ricky Ian Gordon at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 17 in Fine Arts 101. Tickets are $15 at saddleback.edu/arts.Man convicted in fatal DUI crash
A man who drove drunk and veered into oncoming traffic while making a turn, slamming head-on into a minivan and killing a mother of three in Lake Forest, was convicted today of second-degree murder. William Joseph Carroll, 51, of Mission Viejo, had a blood-alcohol level of about 0.23 -- nearly three times the legal limit -- when his Ford F- 250 pickup truck slammed into a Toyota Sienna minivan driven by 36-year-old Ana Martinez about 11:40 p.m. May 7, 2013, Deputy District Attorney Daniel Feldman told jurors during the trial.Did Kaleidoscope oust the original operator of Union Market food hall?
Union Market Mission Viejo at the Kaleidoscope shopping center is no longer run by Andrea and Russell Young. Kaleidoscope during the nighttime features a lit up centerpiece with several lights adorning the walkways.8 gift ideas for beauty and makeup lovers
Experiment with 24 bright and bold shades of lipstick this holiday season with the NYX Lippie Countdown Advent Calendar. Give the gift of amazing skin with the Clarisonic Mia 2. This skin regimen game changer will unclog your pores and, when used with the skin care products that are appropriate for your skin type, leave your face, neck and dcolletage smooth and glowing.Capistrano Valley girls lead strong showing for O.C. at Cross Country Prelims
RIVERSIDE Four Orange County teams and four individuals won their heats Saturday at the CIF-SS Preliminaries as 14 boys teams, 13 girls teams and five individuals in Divisions 2, 4 and 5 qualified for the CIF-SS Finals at the Riverside City Cross Country Course. Haley Herberg won the second heat at 17:29 as Alyssa Bautista and Carly Corsinita finished in the top five to lead the Cougars to the team heat victory.Orange County football scores and stats for Friday
SS playoffs First round SCORES DIVISION 1 Servite at Mission Viejo Vista Murrieta vs. Mater Dei JSerra vs. Long Beach Poly, Veterans Stadium Orange Lutheran at Chaminade of West Hills San Clemente at Rancho Cucamonga Santa Margarita at Murrieta Valley DIVISION 4 Carter of Rialto at Capistrano Valley Roosevelt of Eastvale vs. Corona del Mar San Juan Hills at Redondo Union DIVISION 7 Tustin vs. Burbank at Burroughs High of Burbank Yorba Linda at Monrovia Ayala of Chino Hills at St. Margaret's Fullerton at North Torrance DIVISION 12 Schurr of Montebellow 49, Santa Ana Valley 14 Laguna Beach at Rancho Christian of Temecula El Dorado at South El Monte Godinez 44, Verbum Dei 0 Bell Gardens vs. Santa AnaIn Brief: November 9, 2017
This week, chef and author Gino Campagna finds a new use for spaghetti; Liara Tamani has a book launch party; Elizabeth Lorayne introduces her history-themed coloring book to the world; and author Lise Lunge-Larsen and illustrator Kari Vick attend a Midwest writers fest. Chef Gino Campagna presented his debut cookbook, Chef Gino's Taste Test Challenge at the Mission Viejo, Calif., library with A Whale of a Tale bookstore in Irvine on November 2. The event included a hands-on cooking demonstration from the celebrity chef and cooking teacher.Hass Avocado Board aims to double consumption by 2021
If Emiliano Escobedo, executive director of the Hass Avocado Board, Mission Viejo, Calif., has anything to say about it, U.S. consumption of hass avocados will double by 2021. The industry's goal is to see avocado per capita consumption rise from the current 7 pounds to 14 pounds in four years.A tree made of thankfulness
Dear Heloise: Between the food, fun, family, friends and football, let's take a moment to really be thankful for everything we have. Isn't that what Thanksgiving is all about? I'm a teacher, and one fun Thanksgiving holiday tradition my class participates in is the Thanksgiving Tree.Hotter housing: Ladera Ranch, Rancho Mission Viejo or Rancho Santa Margarita?
Here's what CoreLogic's homebuying report for the two communities told us about closed sales activity for all residences in the third quarter vs. a year ago Ladera Ranch-Rancho Mission Viejo ZIP code 92694 - 306 homes sold in the latest period vs. 303 last year. That's a sales gain of 1 percent.Pageant of the Masters to honor artists' legacies in 2018 show
A Pageant recreation of "The Garden Wall" by John Singer Sargeant. It will be one of the art pieces featured in next summer's pageant.VIDEO: Orange County football coaches excited for CIF playoffs to start
Mission Viejo coach Bob Johnson is set to retire at the end of this season after a five decade coaching career. He has the most wins in O.C. history and is third in state history.810,000 meals are on their way to starving South Sudanese refugees...
For more than an hour Sunday morning, Nov. 5, she and about 600 other volunteers at Capo Beach Church carefully packed vitamins, soy, freeze-dried veggies and rice into 75,000 pouches that will be headed to a quarter-million South Sudanese refugees starving in camps in safe zones in Northern Uganda. "It was such a blessing, it was something my whole family participated in," Bloodgood said.Research highlights nutrition benefits of avocados
The Mission Viejo, Calif.-based Hass Avocado Board has commissioned nutrition research into the role of avocados and infants and has found that health professionals increasingly are recommending the fruit to help consumers improve their physical and mental well-being. For the first time, in 2020, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans issued every five years by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Department of Health and Human Services, will look at children up to 24 months, Escobedo said.CIF-SS football playoff: First round schedule
DIVISION 1 First round, Nov. 10 Vista Murrieta at Mater Dei JSerra at Long Beach Poly Servite at Mission Viejo Orange Lutheran at Chaminade Bishop Amat at St. John Bosco San Clemente at Rancho Cucamonga Santa Margarita at Murrieta Valley Serra at Centennial/Corona DIVISION 2 First round, Nov. 10 Tesoro at Upland Redlands East Valley at Cathedral Edison at La Habra Arroyo Grande at Oaks Christian Great Oak at Valencia Norco at Los Alamitos Notre Dame/Sherman Oaks at Calabasas La Mirada at Heritage DIVISION 3 First round, Nov. 10 Crespi at Charter Oak Westlake at Palos Verdes Hart at Sierra Canyon Oak Hills at Rancho Verde Camarillo at Lompoc El Toro vs. Villa Park, at El Modena High La Serna at St. Francis Newbury Park at Citrus Hill DIVISION 4 First round, Nov. 10 Carter at Capistrano Valley Damien at Paso Robles Etiwanda at Downey Roosevelt/Eastvale at Corona del Mar Santiago/Corona at ... (more)Video: Fryer and Albano react to Friday's highlights, surprises
Steve Fryer and Dan Albano have some fun sharing their reactions to what happened in the Orange County high school football scene on Friday, Nov. 4. Mission Viejo's Christian Lavalle celebrates his touchdown against San Clemente late in the fourth quarter in Mission Viejo on Friday, November 3, 2017.
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