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  • Girls' basketball: Thursday's scores

     
    SOUTHERN SECTION AMBASSADOR LEAGUE Aquinas 60, Woodcrest Christian 41 ARROWHEAD LEAGUE Wildomar California Lutheran 49, Pomona Catholic 34 BIG VIII LEAGUE Corona Santiago 52, King 42 Corona Centennial 60, Riverside Poly 41 Corona Roosevelt 45, Norco 44...
  • Girls' basketball: Tuesday scores

     
    ACADEMY LEAGUE Brethren Christian 41, Oxford Academy 20 Sage Hill 54, Crean Lutheran 28 Whitney 71, St. Margaret's 40 AGAPE LEAGUE Excelsior 37, Academy for Academic Excellence 30 Victor Valley Christian 47, Hesperia Christian 39 ALPHA LEAGUE Sierra...
  • Finns in search of fins

    Finns in search of fins
    The Huntington Beach Pier traveled back in time Saturday morning to Missouri of the mid-1800s, the Midwest that Mark Twain immortalized in "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn." About a dozen boys stood around in overalls, plaid shirts and straw hats...
  • Community throws Christmas party

     Community throws Christmas party
    COSTA MESA — Alex Lopez didn't care what he would get for Christmas. He just wanted something — a gift from Santa under his tree to open on Christmas day. Before this year, when a group of nonprofit organizations along with South Coast Plaza...
  • Pet Of The Week

    Ponchita is a 3-year-old Yorkie/shih tzu mix. She is small, weighing about 10 pounds. Ponchita has the soft silky fur of a Yorkie but a cute overbite often found in shih tzus. Ponchita has had a sad time adjusting to shelter life. She is at the shelter...
  • Council forms Sunset committee

    The Huntington Beach City Council formed a committee Monday specifically tasked with dealing with the Sunset Beach community during the complicated annexation process. The council unanimously approved the formation of the Sunset Beach Area Council...
  • Crystal Cove campground construction underway

    Crystal Cove campground construction underway
    CRYSTAL COVE STATE PARK — From a distance, or at least a bird's-eye view, the construction crews are barely visible as they work under the shroud of a thick marine layer. They're laying the infrastructure, building the restrooms and the lifeguard...
  • Huntington Beach Charging 'Crash Tax' for Visitors

    Huntington Beach Charging 'Crash Tax' for Visitors
    HUNTINGTON BEACH -- If you cause a car crash in Huntington Beach and you don't live there, get ready to shell out as much as $3,000. The City Council on Monday approved the emergency services cost recovery program to help with the city's budget problems....
  • Rodent cause of power outage

    Huntington Beach residents were left in the dark Aug. 18 when the power went out for more than 21,000 users, thanks to a rodent that got caught in electrical equipment, officials said. Electricity went out across a portion of Huntington Beach,...
  • Boardman: Interest of people most important

    Editor's note: This is the first in a series of profiles on candidates for the Huntington Beach City Council. * When Connie Boardman announced her intention to run for Huntington Beach City Council 10 years ago, she positioned herself as a champion of...
  • Calendar

    YOUR WEEKEND FRIDAY: Long Beach-based indie rock band The Brook Lee Catastrophe (pictured) headlines Fitzgeralds Pub, 19171 Magnolia St., Huntington Beach. Vandella also performs. The 21-and-older show starts at 9 p.m. and is $5 at the door. For more...
  • Chapel relocation takes step forward

    Calvary Chapel of the Harbour, Sunset Beach's only church, has received state approval to move to a new home in Huntington Beach, although it may need one additional permit before it can officially make the move. The California Coastal Commission ruled...