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  • Sports Roundup: Providence volleyball's title hopes tumble

    Pacifica Christian 3, Providence 1: Aspirations of sharing a Liberty League title were dashed on Saturday evening on the road as the Pioneers lost, 19-25, 31-29, 25-23, 26-24. A day after dealing Archer its only league loss, Providence (13-5, 5-2 in league) put itself in position to share the league...

  • Miscues keep Glendale Community College football winless

    Miscues keep Glendale Community College football winless

    PASADENA – A record-breaking evening for the Pasadena City College football team equaled another loss for Glendale Community College on Saturday evening. The visiting Vaqueros surrendered the game’s final 24 points after pulling within seven and fell, 38-7, in American Metro League action at Robinson...

  • Huntington Beach hockey can’t cash in against Servite

    The first period of the Huntington Beach High hockey game on Saturday was a microcosm of the entire contest. Huntington Beach outshot Servite by a two-to-one margin in that frame, but it was left with a two-goal hill to climb. After firing 18 shots on the net in the opening period, the Oilers had...

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  • McLawyer, timely defense spur Huntington Beach past Marina

    McLawyer, timely defense spur Huntington Beach past Marina

    Huntington Beach High football coach Brett Brown has sensed a change in his team the last couple of weeks. His players are showing up to the field full of energy and excitement, the sort of youthful exuberance that allows teams to pull off some amazing feats. For Huntington Beach, a .500 record...

  • Classic cars cruise into Newport Elementary show

    Classic cars cruise into Newport Elementary show

    Newport Elementary School’s fifth annual benefit car show brought more than 60 classic rides, GT series race cars and more to the Newport Beach campus Saturday. The event also included a children’s play area with face painting, a picture booth and pumpkin decorating.

  • Festival-goers get a patch of pumpkins at Newport Dunes

    Festival-goers get a patch of pumpkins at Newport Dunes

    Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort is hosting the Boots on the Beach Country Pumpkin Patch and other fall fun this weekend. The two-day festival continues from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday with a car show that includes iconic rides such as a Batmobile and the “Back to the Future” DeLorean. Admission is...

  • FitzGerald, Pattinelli turn in stellar Mt. SAC Invite efforts

    If there’s one opportunity the two-day-long 70th annual Mt. San Antonio College Cross-Country Invitational provides, it’s a chance to showcase a team’s talent. A few local squads and individuals chose to do so. The Crescenta Valley boys finished in the top three behind a second-place effort from...

  • Fountain Valley roughs up Newport Harbor, keeps Sailors winless in football

    Fountain Valley roughs up Newport Harbor, keeps Sailors winless in football

    Amid all the punches thrown and all the shoving on the football field at Newport Harbor High on Friday, Fountain Valley won the fight that counted. The Barons defeated the Sailors 35-7 at Davidson Field, moving into a three-way tie for second place in the Sunset League. The Barons, who are 6-2...

  • Essential California: The Dodgers gear up for the World Series

    Essential California: The Dodgers gear up for the World Series

    Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It is Saturday, Oct. 21. Here’s what you don’t want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES “Sea-ger! Sea-ger! Sea-ger!”: The Dodgers gave L.A. something the city hasn’t had since 1988: a starring turn in the World Series. As they prepare,...

  • Tipped big rig hauling tons of tomatoes blocks 3 northbound lanes of the 215 Freeway

    Tipped big rig hauling tons of tomatoes blocks 3 northbound lanes of the 215 Freeway

    An overturned big rig that spilled several tons of tomatoes forced the closure of three lanes of the northbound 215 Freeway in Riverside early Saturday, officials said. It was unclear what caused the accident, which was reported at 12:20 a.m. just south of Columbia Avenue. The California Highway...

  • 'Home away from home': After fires razed their houses, safari workers find relief in saving animals

    'Home away from home': After fires razed their houses, safari workers find relief in saving animals

    The day after the fire, Terry Cotter couldn’t walk from the parking lot to the dinner tables at Safari West without someone hugging him and offering condolences. A tour guide at the private Africa-inspired wildlife park, Cotter was one of at least 10 staff members whose homes burned Oct. 8 when...

  • Hoover football no match for Pasadena

    PASADENA — Pasadena High’s football team used plenty of big plays on Friday night to trounce visiting Hoover 68-6 in a Pacific League contest. Hoover (1-7, 0-4) fell behind 56-0 at halftime. Hoover’s Mattis Richards completed 17 out of 41 passes for 159 yards and one touchdown. James Chang caught...

  • Flintridge Prep football falls short against Mission Prep

    Flintridge Prep football falls short against Mission Prep

    LA CAÑADA — Flintridge Prep football was one win away from having an undefeated regular season on its home field. The final hurdle was visiting division powerhouse Mission College Prep. Flintridge Prep was unable to handle Mission Prep, handing the visitors a large cushion early on the way to a...

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  • Big lead propels Burbank football to upset of Crescenta Valley

    Big lead propels Burbank football to upset of Crescenta Valley

    GLENDALE – A stellar first half and grit over the final two quarters delivered the Burbank High football team one of its biggest Pacific League victories in years. The unranked Division VII Bulldogs led by 27 points at halftime and marched to an impressive 37-20 victory over Division VI No. 2-ranked...

  • Burroughs sees playoffs hopes dim with loss to Muir

    BURBANK — Any CIF Southern Section playoff hopes substantially dimmed for the Burroughs High football team Friday evening. The Indians came into the Pacific League contest tied for fourth place with Muir. When the night was over, Burroughs found itself knocked further down the league rung. The...

  • Howard, St. Francis football blow out Salesian

    lOS ANGELES — Blake Howard had plenty to celebrate during a sensational first half. Howard had two touchdown catches and had something new to celebrate, as he recorded his first career interception and returned it for a touchdown to help visiting St. Francis register a 69-0 Angelus League win against...

  • Three suspects to stand trial in one of the deadliest arson fires in L.A. history

    Three suspects to stand trial in one of the deadliest arson fires in L.A. history

    Three people suspected of igniting one of the city’s worst apartment fires — killing 10 people, seven of them children — must stand trial. A judge on Friday ordered gang members Ramiro Valerio, Joseph Monge and Johanna Lopez to go to trial, the Associated Press reported. They have pleaded not guilty...

  • Roberts to leave top job at Adventist Health Glendale

    Kevin Roberts, president and chief executive of Adventist Health Glendale, formerly known as Glendale Adventist Medical Center, will leave his leadership role at the hospital on Nov. 3 to pursue other opportunities, according to Adventist officials. In a memo to employees, physicians, volunteers...

  • Filing errors knock rent control in Glendale out of consideration — for now

    Filing errors knock rent control in Glendale out of consideration — for now

    The petition filed at the beginning of this month to introduce a form of rent stabilization in the city of Glendale hit an administrative setback last week as the city clerk’s office deemed the filing of more than 11,000 signatures invalid due to compliance issues with state election codes. John...

  • Burbank teachers call for better wages, working conditions

    Burbank teachers call for better wages, working conditions

    Clad in black, nearly two dozen Burbank Unified teachers and their families stood in front of City Hall Thursday evening with signs calling for better wages and working conditions. The protest was held as contract negotiations continue between the Burbank Teachers Assn. and the Burbank Unified...

  • Around Town: It’s Surf-O-Rama time Saturday in Huntington Beach

    The Huntington Beach Downtown Business Improvement District and the Huntington Beach International Surfing Museum will present Surf-O-Rama, a surf and car show Saturday on Fifth Street between Pacific Coast Highway and Olive Street. The event, which runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., will include a fair...

  • Huntington Beach man to appear on ‘Adventure Capitalists’ TV show

    Huntington Beach man to appear on ‘Adventure Capitalists’ TV show

    A Huntington Beach man and his electric bike business are scheduled to make their network debut at 10 p.m. Tuesday on CNBC’s “Adventure Capitalists.” Chris Barnes will pitch Cab Motorworks on the reality-TV program which, in a format resembling ABC’s “Shark Tank,” features him trying to convince...

  • Newport’s ocean piers are due $1.5M in standard maintenance

    Newport’s ocean piers are due $1.5M in standard maintenance

    The Newport Beach City Council will weigh a $1.5 million maintenance package for the city’s two piers. Officials are scheduled to vote on a contract Tuesday for Gardena-based John S. Meek Co. to inspect and repair the timber support structures below the concrete decks of the historic Newport and...

  • Cast of ‘Cagney’ visits the late actor’s old stomping grounds

    Cast of ‘Cagney’ visits the late actor’s old stomping grounds

    The cast of the musical “Cagney” stopped by the Warner Bros. Studio in Burbank recently to get a first-hand look at some of the places where the late actor James Cagney was filmed. During the tour, the performers visited Hennesy Street, New York Street and some of the other sets and locations where...

  • Laguna Beach Council will discuss proposed park renovations

    Laguna Beach Council will discuss proposed park renovations

    Laguna Beach City Council on Tuesday will consider designs for renovations at both Top of the World and Alta Laguna parks. Two years ago the council requested re-designs of the parks to take water conservation into account amid the state’s drought. Some of the changes proposed at Top of the World...

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