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Estancia wins league opener over Costa Mesa

Estancia High girls’ tennis beat rival Costa Mesa, 9-9 and 87-81 on games, in the teams’ Orange Coast League opener Tuesday at Estancia. Angeles Colin and Veronica Martines won the deciding doubles set for the Eagles, and Rocio Hernandez and Julianna Balducci swept in doubles. Daisy Arroyo swept...

Costa Mesa and Newport Beach

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Costa Mesa council OKs issuing bonds to finance Lions Park projects
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Costa Mesa council OKs issuing bonds to finance Lions Park projects

Costa Mesa City Council members signed off Tuesday on a plan to issue bonds to finance the in-progress makeover of Lions Park and refinance debt taken out a decade ago. The council voted 4-0, with Councilman Jim Righeimer absent, to issue $28.6 million worth of lease revenue bonds, a type of financing...

Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, Seal Beach

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New MyHB app seeks to connect Huntington Beach residents with the city
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New MyHB app seeks to connect Huntington Beach residents with the city

The city of Huntington Beach has released a free phone app intended to better acquaint residents with local affairs. MyHB provides information on topics such as city government, the beach and upcoming events. It also offers maps and directions to parks, facilities and other points of interest,...

Laguna Beach

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Onward America demonstration in Laguna Beach is canceled
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Onward America demonstration in Laguna Beach is canceled

The organizer of a demonstration that drew thousands to Laguna Beach’s Main Beach last month says he has canceled an event scheduled for this weekend. Johnny Benitez, leader of the group Onward America, formerly known as America First!, said in Twitter messages that he would not stage a demonstration...

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Singer Richard Marx performs in the next show in the Newport Beach Summer Concert Series

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  • FAA decision to reroute flights infuriates residents

    FAA decision to reroute flights infuriates residents

    Re: “Huntington Beach residents say excessive airplane noise is hurting their quality of life,”: Concerned about possible noise impacts of the new Metroplex air traffic control project, we attended two public educational workshops offered by the Federal Aviation Administration early this year to...

  • Traffic still chaotic near site of 8-year-old's death

    After the accident that took the life of 8-year-old Brock McCann on his way home from school last year, many residents are encouraged with the installation of sidewalks along 15th Street in Newport Beach. However, what is curious to us is that the CR&R trash trucks are still operating during key...

  • Reader Report: Survivors of a WWII at-sea disaster still seeking whole truth about what happened

    Reader Report: Survivors of a WWII at-sea disaster still seeking whole truth about what happened

    A long-time Huntington Beach resident is on a mission to inform the American public about this nation’s deadliest disaster on the high seas, and the U.S. government’s lengthy attempts to cover up the catastrophe. Janet Sidoti Delude also has a compelling, personal motivation for speaking up: Her...

  • Sad case of former OCC student illustrates wasted resources

    Sad case of former OCC student illustrates wasted resources

    Re. “Ex-OCC student facing charges over disturbances is arrested again after failing to appear in court”: That Orange Coast College has to expend so much time to defend its handling of what appears to be a very troubled former student lasers on the problem with our education system. Imagine how...

  • Prostate cancer: patience and prevention

    Prostate cancer: patience and prevention

    For more than a decade, we’ve known that prostate cancer is over-diagnosed and over-treated, putting men at risk of incontinence and sexual dysfunction to remove what might have been a slow-growing, non-lethal cancer. When active surveillance of prostate cancer was first proposed over a decade ago,...

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  • Costa Mesa man sentenced to 25 years to life in prison for sex with 4-year-old relative

    Costa Mesa man sentenced to 25 years to life in prison for sex with 4-year-old relative

    A Costa Mesa man was sentenced Friday to 25 years to life in state prison for having sexual intercourse with and committing lewd acts on a 4-year-old female relative. An Orange County Superior Court jury on June 29 found Ricardo Interiano-Rivas, 50, guilty of a felony count of sexual intercourse...

  • Driver rescued after crashing into electrical box and wall in Costa Mesa

    A 24-year-old man had to be cut out of a vehicle after it crashed into a water control valve, a high-voltage electrical box, a city sign and a block wall in Costa Mesa on Sunday night, authorities said. Costa Mesa police and firefighters responded to Placentia Avenue and Swan Circle at about 9:45...

  • 3 arrested in armed robbery of Costa Mesa GameStop

    3 arrested in armed robbery of Costa Mesa GameStop

    Three men were arrested in connection with the armed robbery of a Costa Mesa GameStop on Thursday night, police said. Costa Mesa police received a report at 10 p.m. that two men were robbing a clerk in the GameStop store at 2200 Harbor Blvd. The men fled in a car with merchandise and cash from...

  • 2 men suspected of beating man and stealing his camera in Costa Mesa

    2 men suspected of beating man and stealing his camera in Costa Mesa

    Two men were arrested this week on suspicion of beating up a man and stealing his camera in Costa Mesa, police said Thursday. Costa Mesa police officers responded to a report of a robbery in the 2500 block of Newport Boulevard just before 7 a.m. Tuesday. A 26-year-old man told officers that he had...

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