“Outstanding service. They were extremely careful delivering the extra large container into our driveway.” -- A. L. GARNER
Disneyland.\There is also a Splitsville at Walt Disney World’s Disney Springs.ORIGINAL STORYPeople are posting video of a fire in Downtown Disney in Anaheim on social media. According to the posters, the fire started in a bowling alley that is under construction.At this time, we do not have information on what started the fire. Some people are also reporting that Downtown Disney was evacuated. This is a developing story. Check back for updates. Just witness a fire at the old House of Blues in Downtown Disney. It got pretty big and they evacuated everyone. #DowntownDisney#DisneyFire#DowntownDisney— Anthony L. (@AnthonyLierl) December 10, 2017Fire in Downtown Disney ???? pic.twitter.com/pZhZJjJyUA— Chynna Raymundo (@ChynnaRaymundo) December 10, 2017Eating dinner at a Downtown Disney restaurant. There’s a fire outside and the crew is handling it so well I’m pretty sure 90% of the restaurant has no idea. pic.twitter.com/DVRKmRmtvN— Greg Rice (@GregRicey) December 10, 2017Disneyland is located about 13 miles away from Anaheim Hills, where some residents were ordered to evacuate because of a fire. So far, the resort has remained open. ...
ABC 7 LOS ANGELESANAHEIM, Calif. - The 9,200-acre Canyon Fire 2 in the Anaheim Hills was fully contained Tuesday, but crews were still doing clean-up work and continuing to patrol the fire-scarred area for hot spots.The blaze that broke out Oct. 9 destroyed 25 structures, damaged 55 more, threatened some 3,500 others at one point and prompted the full closure of the 241 toll road in both directions between the 91 Freeway and Santiago Canyon Road.The 241 was back to full operation by about 9 a.m. Monday, a week after the fire broke out, but Santa Ana Canyon Road between Woodcrest and Gypsum Canyon roads in Anaheim remains closed.Peters Canyon and Santiago Oaks regional parks remained closed, and it's not known when they will reopen, according to Marisa O'Neil of the OC Parks Department. But Irvine Regional Park was partially reopened this morning, she said.Visitors can enjoy the Irvine Park Railroad and the pumpkin patch, though the zoo remains clos... (KESQ - KESQ)
For more information, visit creativeidentity-oc.org.Green Bird group celebrates anniversaryCongratulations to Green Bird Anaheim, which is celebrating three years of cleaning-up the community.Green Bird Anaheim volunteers come together to clean up their neighborhood, changing attitudes and helping people feel more attached to where they live and the neighbors they work with. Green Bird days are twice a month in a variety of sections of town. Team Leader Kevin Kidney extended thanks to all those who come out and join the Green Bird effort.For more information about Green Bird email email@example.com or check out the group on Facebook under Green Bird Anaheim, and on Instagram @greenbirdanaheim.‘Wings’ exhibit runs through SeptemberWings of the City is in Anaheim until Sept. 30. The art exhibit displayed on the Anaheim Convention Center grounds, 800 W. Katella Ave, is free to visit.Parking is available in Hilton Anaheim self-parking garage $6 for the first hour, $1.25 for each additional half hour. Parking for free on Aug. 12 and Sept. 10 in Car Park 1 at the Convention Center.Statues on display by artist Jorge Marin include “Wings of the City,” “Hombre Universal” and “El Tiempo.” For more information, visit Anaheim.net/wings or call 714-765-4311Senior Care heroes soughtNominations for the 2017 Senior Care Hero Awards are open now. Anaheim-based SeniorServ is staging the awards program, which coincide this year with the organization’s 50th anniversary.Nominations for the People’s Choice Awards are being sought through August. The... (OCRegister)
Julian says. “But it was very exciting.”The following season, the two attended Natural Products Expo West, a big trade show in Anaheim, Calif., where they met buyers from Whole Foods and other eco-conscious retailers. With purchase orders in hand, they decided to change their business model, primarily selling wholesale rather than directly to consumers (although their retail site still contributes 10 percent of sales). They began adding more products, including divided food containers, insulated coffee cups and ice packs. About 5 years ago, they changed the company’s name to U Konserve, to reflect consumer interest from teenagers and adults. U Konserve products are now sold in 1,000 stores, and internationally in Europe and Australia. (They declined to disclose annual revenue.)Environmental ImpactToday, Julian and Claxton are proud of the impact that their small, 6-employee company has had on the environment. For instance, for the past 4 years, they’ve been selling stainless steel straws. Julian estimates that their product has kept 74 million plastic straws out of the waste stream. In 2015, U Konserve became a B Corporation, a designation that means the company meets rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability and transparency. (Etsy, Patagonia and Warby Parker are examples of well-known B Corps.) Next up for U Konserve: Expansion. “We are in the process of seeking either funding from an institution or an angel investor or a strategic partner,” Julian says. “We have the opportunity to grow to another level, which simply cannot be done with limited resources.”Julian says she’s personally happy that she and Claxton have been able to achieve their goal of building a successful eco-friendly company while raising kids. The two worked from their homes for 5 years — Julian in Scottsdale and Claxton in Sausalito, Calif. — until the company (and the kids) grew enough that outside offices made sense. “Both of us had a strong passion for creating a business that has a positive effect on the environment, and [we] wanted to make the Earth better for our kids,” she says. It’s “quite fulfilling.”/... (The Story Exchange)
A motorcyclist who may have been speeding was killed in a crash with a trash truck in Anaheim on Friday, May 26, police said.The crash was reported at 1:22 p.m. May 26 at Anaheim Boulevard and Cerritos Avenue, according to Anaheim police Sgt. Daron Wyatt.The motorcyclist was a 22-year-old man. His name is not being released at this time, according to Wyatt.The motorcyclist was riding “erratically” southbound when he crashed with the trash truck, which witnesses reported had the right of way as it made a left turn at the intersection, Wyatt said. Witnesses also reported the motorcyclist was riding too fast, he said.The trash truck driver submitted to a blood test and showed no signs of drugs or alcohol, Wyatt said. (OCRegister)