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McFadden Avenue bridge demolition over 405 partially done, with more on the way

The first step in demolishing and replacing the McFadden Avenue bridge over the 405 Freeway in Huntington Beach and Westminster was done overnight Saturday, with Part 2 scheduled for next weekend.

Music fans find their pick of guitars at weekend show in Costa Mesa

Guitar fans had the world by a string Saturday on opening day of the Southern California World Guitar Show at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa. The two-day show runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.

FEMA agrees to cut Newport flood zone by more than half, saving property owners millions in insurance costs

Newport Beach persuaded the Federal Emergency Management Agency to exclude about 2,700 properties in the coastal part of the city from updated flood maps, meaning owners in parts of the Balboa Peninsula, Balboa Island and West Newport won’t need pricey flood insurance.

Judge sides with city in dispute over Newport ballot arguments because suit was filed 4 minutes late

A judge Friday sunk an attempt by four former City Council members to force the city of Newport Beach to swap out arguments opposing a local proposition on the November ballot. The reason — they filed their lawsuit four minutes past the deadline.

Biz News: Iconic Crab Cooker in Newport to close Sept. 2 for rebuilding

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