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Support the American Cancer Society by bidding on awesome auction items today

Drop by the Marguerite Tennis Pavilion through April 2 for the chance to place a bid on a fantastic item and support the American Cancer Society.The silent auction comes just days before the City

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City mourning the loss of its longtime fitness trainer, friend

The Mission Viejo community is mourning the loss of longtime trainer Jadon Pollard who passed away on Saturday. He was 48. The beloved married father of two young children spent the last decade as a

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Hop on over to the Mission Viejo Animal Services Center for rabbit adoption special

In honor of spring, the Mission Viejo Animal Services Center is hosting a special rabbit promotion where you can adopt a furry new friend for only $20. That’s right: If you’ve ever considered a

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Scout leads volunteers in planting nearly 1,000 plants along Oso Creek Trail

Ryan Jackson had an ambitious goal of planting 600 drought-tolerant plants on the Oso Creek Trail slope area near Jeronimo Road and Albeniz. So, this scout of Troop #639 rallied 50 volunteers to help

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Beware of False Information

After almost one year of heavy public participation, a future vision for the community’s core area is being presented to the public at Tuesday’s City Council meeting. The residents and business

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