More stories about CALIFORNIA

  • Manuel Gonzalez

    As a teen, Manuel Gonzalez worked as a lifeguard, and the job helped pay for a private high school, and a college education at Princeton University

  • Ex-National Team Coach Sued in Suit Alleging Coverup

    A wrongful termination lawsuit was filed in Southern California earlier this fall against former U.S.

  • ‘Gangnam-Style’ Guards Rehired

    The California lifeguards who were fired for filming a music video spoof will get their jobs back.

  • Aquatech Relocating to Vegas

    After decades in the Golden State, one of the industry’s leading buying groups is leaving California

  • States Enact More Stringent Spraypark Regulations

    As sprayparks — and awareness of their potential for recreational water illness — become more prevalent, more and more states are enacting tougher regulations specifically aimed at the facilities.

  • Red Cross Wants to Negotiate Prices

    In the wake of announcing new fees that have rankled many aquatics professionals, the American Red Cross held a special meeting with a group of California aquatics leaders to address concerns and assure them that the organization is willing to be flexible

  • California Seeks Comments on Pool Standards Update

    The California Building Standards Commission has issued a proposed building code for commercial pools and waterparks on behalf of the California Department of Public Health.

  • Kathryn Scott

    “One day I’ll grow up and get a real job.” That’s what Kathryn Scott likes to joke when asked about her work

  • Great Wolf Announces New Deal

    Great Wolf Resorts, Inc. announced recently in a press release that it has signed License and Management Agreements related to the development of a new Great Wolf Lodge resort in Southern California.

  • States Considering New Aquatics-Related Legislation 

    The California Spa & Pool Industry Education Council (SPEC), a lobbying firm, has sponsored A.B.