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City of Seal Beach
211 8th St, Seal Beach, CA 90740
Seal Beach is a coastal North Orange County city bordering Los Angeles County. It is separated from Long Beach by theMore San Gabriel River, which crosses under Pacific Coast Highway. With a population of roughly 25,000, Seal Beach turned 95 in 2010 and has come a long way from it's earliest identity as Bay City, an early 20th century tourist draw popular for its beachside roller coaster at the Fun Zone and for its lawless element and casino boat. Seal Beach is best known for its long wooden pier, its Old Town Main Street, the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station, Boeing and Leisure World. Seal Beach City Hall stands out as the tall, strikingly white historic building that dominates 8th Street in Seal Beach. It is served by a five-member City Council elected by district. Seal Beach is a charter city 13.23 square-miles in size. However the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station and the National Wildlife Refuge, occupy a majority of the land in the city
Woodrow Wilson Classical High School
4400 E 10th St, Long Beach, CA 90804
Woodrow Wilson Classical High is the second oldest high school in the city. This college-prep magnet school schoolMore provides a classical curriculum to one of the most ethnically and economically diverse student populations of 9th-through-12th-graders in the country.

11110 Los Alamitos Blvd, Los Alamitos, CA 90720
News-Enterprise is a longstanding, free community newspaper delivered on Wednesdays to roughly 22,500 homes in the areasMore of Los Alamitos, Cypress, Rossmoor, La Palma, El Dorado Park and parts of Long Beach and Seal Beach. It is part of the OC Neighborhood Newspapers chain, which includes the Sun Newspapers of  Seal Beach. Founded 87 years ago, the News-Enterprise has been a part of the community since before Los Alamitos was incorporated as a city. However, the paper has had multiple owners over the years. With its local focus, the paper includes news such as politics, crime, schools and community events and features. Roughly 30,000 editions are printed every week.