We had a 2.3 magnitude earthquake, centered outside of Big Bear City last night (April 23). At 8:02pm, per the U.S. Geological Survey, there was a 2.3 magnitude tremor of a depth of over six miles, and centered eight miles east northeast of Big Bear City. For what it’s worth, there were two notable earthquakes centered near Yorba Linda yesterday evening; these were recorded as a 3.8 magnitude quake just before 7pm, and a 4.0 magnitude quake just before 8:30pm.
Planning Commission to Resume Public Hearing on Affordable Housing Complex on July 22; Developer Holds Public Meeting Tomorrow
Simply Voices to Open Music in the Mountains Concert Series, to Benefit Peace Gardens and Forest Restoration