Fullerton City Council voted unanimously at their December 21 meeting to approve a large new housing development on a 4.47-acre site located within the Fullerton Town
Center at the northwest corner of Orangethorpe Avenue and Lemon Street.
The design took inspiration from some of Fullerton’s historic buildings, including the California Hotel (Villa del Sol) and the Railroad Depot (The Old Spaghetti Factory). The project requires changing the site’s zoning from commercial to high-density residential.
Last Wednesday, December 8, volunteers from the Sparks Fire and Sparks Police departments gave local kids a Christmas to remember by treating them to a shopping spree at Target at the Legends Outlet in Sparks as part of its annual Holiday with a Hero event. Thanks to the Nugget Casino Resort, Sparks Fire, and Sparks Police Association, 60 kids in the foster care system identified through Washoe County Social Services were each given $100 to buy their own Christmas presents.
It takes about two and a half hours to drive from Pittsburgh to Cumberland, Md. The scenic route takes a bit longer.
The Great Allegheny Passage, which connects the two cities, is about 150 miles and takes about two or three days, depending on one’s pedaling speed. About a million bikers from all over the country and more than 35 countries hit the trail each year and, according to a recently released study by the Pittsburgh consulting firm Fourth Economy, they generated an economic impact of $121 million in 2019.
Rush FunPlex opened its 4th location – this one at the Plaza at Jordan Landing in West Jordan, Utah. Just 16 miles from downtown Salt Lake City, Rush FunPlex spreads over two stories and 74,000 square feet. This impressive indoor amusement center offers over 14 attractions, including bowling, laser tag, go carts, mini golf and more. Additionally, it boasts an arcade and a large event room.