A traffic collision in which one of the cars was overturned blocked an intersection in Westminster on Friday, but no one was seriously injured.
Each of the drivers involved in the two-car accident suffered only minor injuries, according to Westminster police.
Celebrating their independence
The COVID-19 pandemic required a detour in the usual Huntington Beach 4th of July celebrations, but the home decorating contest was still a colorful red, white, and blue success.
Announced as the winners are:
- People’s Choice: Biz Day, 1741 Main St.
- Best Store Front: Assistance League of Huntington Beach, 8071 Slater Ave.
- Most Creative: Linda Wheeler, 919 Walnut Ave.
- Best Use of Theme: Hayley Burns, 309 22nd St.
- Most Patriotic: Craig and Christine Rakhshani, 917 Walnut Ave.
- Historical Main Street Parade Route: Kent Wiese 1009 Main St.
Cleanup brings beauty back to area
The area of McFadden Avenue and Beach Boulevard has been home to what area visitors regarded as an eyesore, but no longer.
Officers from the Westminster Police Department today (Saturday) responded to the area where a local transient – suspected of having “mental health issues” – had an encampment. WPD officers contacted county health officials who took him to a local hospital for treatment and other assistance.
The area was cleaned up by the afternoon.
Categories: Across the Area