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Storm damage closes Back Bay Drive in Newport Beach

Newport Beach city officials closed Back Bay Drive on Friday because of damage caused by the day's rainstorm. The road, which runs along Upper Newport Bay's eastern edge, experienced flooding, rock slides and fallen trees, said city spokeswoman Tara Finnigan. Much of the road is for pedestrians...

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Daily Pilot High School Female Athlete of the Week: Aria aims for the top yet again

Costa Mesa and Newport Beach

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Police recruits pay tribute to Newport officer killed 22 years ago
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Police recruits pay tribute to Newport officer killed 22 years ago

A symphony of police sirens welcomed Class 223 back to the Orange County Sheriff's Regional Training Academy on Wednesday morning after a brisk 3-mile run near the former Marine base hangars in Tustin. Cars slowed along Tustin Ranch Road as dozens of police recruits ran in perfect formation on...

Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, Seal Beach

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Rehab work OKd on Edinger and Warner avenues in Huntington Beach

Huntington Beach can move forward with a plan to rehabilitate two major streets after the City Council decided Tuesday on the company to head the project. The council voted unanimously — Mayor Barbara Delgleize was absent — to contract with R.J. Noble Co. to head the Edinger and Warner avenues...

Laguna Beach

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Laguna plots strategy to put utility lines underground on major evacuation routes

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Bennett: LSXO takes Vietnamese food to a whole new level

Bennett: LSXO takes Vietnamese food to a whole new level

Tin Vuong is a perpetual people pleaser, which for a chef with a restaurant empire as ambitious as his is meant as a hearty compliment. Over the last five years, the San Gabriel Valley native (along with business partner Jed Sanford) opened a wild array of distinctly different and wonderfully executed...

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  • Commentary: SHARP aims to help Newport Beach senior citizens

    To paraphrase former U.S. Sen. Hubert Humphrey, one moral test of society is how it treats those who are in the twilight of life. Newport Beach is blessed to have an active senior population who serve one another and many others through groups like Friends of OASIS or our award-winning Community...

  • Mailbag: Privileged teens often lack perspective

    Mailbag: Privileged teens often lack perspective

    Seventeen-year-olds are deep into manhood in many parts of the world, earning food and shelter for siblings and parents. By 17, many girls of the world are mothers by traditional mandate. They lift the weight of womanhood by transporting water, firewood, bricks. The typical Laguna Beach 17-year-old...

  • Mailbag: Partying and noise continue to disrupt Balboa Peninsula

    I have lived on the Balboa Peninsula for the last 20 years. It used to be that the summer renters caused the biggest noise issues, but no longer. Some of the students renting during the winter months are the big problem now. They go out at 9 p.m. but are back at home partying by midnight and well...

  • Commentary: Cancer survivors invited to symposium at Hoag

    When people are diagnosed with cancer, their focus is directed on the fight: Consultations. Surgeries. Chemotherapy. Radiation. The demands of the battle are so great that once the fight is over patients rarely feel jubilant about "beating" cancer. Instead they're often left blinking in bewilderment,...

  • Commentary: Webster knew language is the common denominator of understanding

    We see Webster's Dictionary in every classroom and every household, but we give no thought of the man who actually made this dictionary a reality. Noah Webster grew up in the small colonial town in the area of West Hartford, Conn. Although he came from a family that had little formal education,...

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