Fullerton Beautiful invites garden lovers and residents to see some of the city’s extraordinary gardens.
Louis Plummer, superintendent of Fullerton Union High School and Fullerton College principal from 1919-1941, was undeniably passionate about the advancement of education and dedicated his life to creating and supporting educational institutions in Orange County.
Anaheim, California, has been a hot topic in newspapers across the nation. The Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan planned a protest at the historic Pearson Park. Reports say the rally left five people injured and about a dozen in jail.
Amanda Walzer, an English professor, was known for her dedication to her students and work. Despite her unexpected death, she leaves behind a legacy.
Trains of all makes, models and sizes are packed and ready to be displayed at Railroad Days 2016.
An intimate night honoring survivors, by hearing their stories.
One of the most impactful events of the year radiated pulsing energy to a significant crowd at Fullerton College, complete with clubs, non-profit organizations, vendors and volunteers eager to spread cultural and global awareness.
As part of the Sexual Assault Awareness Month this April, two Fullerton police officers lead a self-defense workshop on Tuesday afternoon to educate students what to do and who to contact in case of a life threatening situation in honor of all victims affected by sexual assault.
Fullerton College stands up to violence.
Fullerton Cares’ annual Mardi Gras for Autism provides plenty of fun and games for a good cause.