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  • Board moves against Fitzpatrick

    Four directors of the Costa Mesa Sanitary District unanimously voted Thursday night to pursue litigation against Director Jim Fitzpatrick, contending that his prior simultaneous service on the district and the city's Planning Commission were...
  • Wu: What a year it was and will be

    The thing I cannot believe is how fast this political year went. It seems like just yesterday when Newport Beach Councilwoman Leslie Daigle was the favorite for our newly redistricted 74th Assembly seat until spoiler Democrat Robert Rush jumped into...
  • DP 103

    DP 103
    1.) Our Olympians: No one made us prouder this year than the capable athletes, coaches and announcers from Newport Beach, Costa Mesa and Irvine who represented Team USA in the 2012 Summer Olympics Games in London. They grew up, trained or live here. Costa...
  • Newsmakers of the Year: Whalen and Dicterow shake up City Council

    One newcomer to local politics and one veteran were featured in news stories from the day they announced their candidacies for City Council until the day they were installed. There are similarities between newly seated councilmen Robert Whalen and...
  • Top News Stories of 2012: A year in review

    Top News Stories of 2012: A year in review
    There's never a shortage of important stories in Laguna Beach, but here are the most compelling ones in chronological order. * South Laguna tunnel When the South Coast Water District said it needed to access property below several South Laguna...
  • Memorial Day filled with activities

    Memorial Day activities in town will kick off with the annual pancake breakfast, hosted by the Laguna Beach Exchange Club, Laguna Beach Police and Firefighters departments from 7 to 10:30 a.m. at Heisler Park, the corner of Myrtle Street and Cliff Drive....
  • Officials turn out for Triangle ribbon cutting

    Officials turn out for Triangle ribbon cutting
    The Saddle Ranch Chop House and El Corazón de Costa Mesa, two new restaurants at The Triangle, held small ribbon-cutting ceremonies earlier this week. Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce employees, city officials and others posed for the grand-opening photos...
  • H.B. leaders consider political moves

    Two Huntington Beach councilmen are looking to take on bigger roles in Orange County. Mayor Pro Tem Matthew Harper is considering running for the 74th Assembly District, while Councilman Joe Carchio is contemplating throwing his name into the Orange...
  • Speaking limits ruled 'unconstitutional'

    A section of a Costa Mesa law that limits what speakers can say at City Council meetings is unconstitutional, federal justices have ruled. The law's ban on "personal, impertinent, profane, insolent or slanderous remarks" during public comment periods...
  • Dock fee opponents seek state review

    State legislators may soon be asked to referee the ongoing scuffle between the city of Newport Beach and residential dock owners. Opponents of the dock fee increases are calling for a review of the way the city spends revenues generated in its...
  • Leader hosts bonfire for bonfires

    State and city representatives from around California will congregate at one of Huntington Beach's fire rings Sunday afternoon to send a "clear message" to air-quality regulators that they're here to stay. From 3 to 6 p.m. at the fire rings off...
  • Hundreds turn out to support fire rings

    Politicians and residents gathered Sunday to cook hot dogs and roast marshmallows at Huntington State Beach in a message to air-quality regulators that they wouldn't give up the city's fire rings without a fight. Hundreds, including politicians like...