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Five from CdM advance in CIF Individuals girls' tennis tournament

Five from CdM advance in CIF Individuals girls' tennis tournament

Members of the Corona del Mar High girls’ tennis team are becoming very familiar with the 47-mile drive from Newport Beach to The Claremont Club. The Sea Kings won the CIF Southern Section Division 1 title there on Nov. 17, and competed there again Friday and Saturday in the CIF USTA Southern California...

Costa Mesa and Newport Beach

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Green Day bassist Mike Dirnt gets in tune with a buyer in Newport Beach

Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, Seal Beach

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Gun, underground bunker and 1,000 bikes found near former homeless camp in Fountain Valley

Laguna Beach

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Hospitality Night coming Dec. 1 to Laguna
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Hospitality Night coming Dec. 1 to Laguna

There will be a new twist to Laguna Beach’s annual tradition of ushering in the holiday season. The epicenter of Hospitality Night on Dec. 1 will be the Peppertree parking lot at 322 Ocean Ave., between Ocean and Forest avenues, instead of near City Hall as in prior years. Laguna Beach staff members...

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'Top Chef' restaurateur's newest fried chicken the Crack Shack gets ready to open in Costa Mesa

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  • There are many stories behind all those letters to the editor

    There are many stories behind all those letters to the editor

    Denny Freidenrich is one of the most prolific writers in Southern California. Clearly, with more than 1,200 letters to the editor and commentaries to his credit, the longtime Laguna Beach resident may be one of the most ardent. According to a Jan. 21, 2016 profile in the Orange County Register,...

  • This year I am giving thanks for our brave firefighters

    This year I am giving thanks for our brave firefighters

    As fires continue to rage to the north and smolder to the east, I, like many people, marvel at the heroism of firefighters and first responders. We all want to do our part to thank these men and women who risk their lives for others. I am in a unique position to do so. Over the years, I have become...

  • ‘Sleep education’ must play a role in discussion about school start times

    ‘Sleep education’ must play a role in discussion about school start times

    Do teenagers know how to sleep? If you’re the parent of a teen, you might be laughing to yourself. That’s all they know how to do. In truth, teens (and their parents) might not know enough about how to sleep, when to sleep and why. California is considering a bill that would require secondary schools...

  • Newport Beach is in desperate need of political and election reform

    Newport Beach is in desperate need of political and election reform

    As voters await the opportunity to vote on recalling Newport Beach City Councilman Scott Peotter, I think it is important to engage in a conversation with the community on the steps we need to take to restore confidence in our city government and those who serve the public. As a first step, we...

  • Thanksgiving is a good time for remembrance

    Thanksgiving is a good time for remembrance

    Thanksgiving is a uniquely American holiday. It is a time for us to remember the faith, determination and hardship the Pilgrims faced in establishing themselves in the New World as they sought to create a godly city, “the city upon the hill,” so others could be inspired and follow in their footsteps....

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  • Van crash injures 11 players on Newport Christian School basketball team

    Van crash injures 11 players on Newport Christian School basketball team

    Eleven girls from a Newport Beach school basketball team suffered injuries ranging from minor bumps and bruises to a broken arm Thursday when their van rear-ended an SUV, starting a chain-reaction crash on the 91 Freeway in Riverside, authorities said. The Newport Christian School athletes were...

  • Mail spills from truck onto Fairview Road in Costa Mesa

    Mail spills from truck onto Fairview Road in Costa Mesa

    The mail was signed and sealed but not quite delivered after it fell from a truck onto a busy Costa Mesa street Friday morning. Costa Mesa police received reports from motorists just before 7 a.m. that five or six mail crates had fallen onto southbound Fairview Road near South Coast Drive, said...

  • 15 Costa Mesa students get Thanksgiving dinners as part of anti-gang challenge

    15 Costa Mesa students get Thanksgiving dinners as part of anti-gang challenge

    Fifteen students at Wilson Elementary School in Costa Mesa received a special delivery this week, just in time for Thanksgiving. Representatives of the Costa Mesa Police Department, Orange County Probation and the Orange County district attorney’s office, who collaborate as part of the Orange County...

  • DUI checkpoint set for Friday night in Huntington Beach

    Huntington Beach police will hold a sobriety and driver’s license checkpoint in an unidentified area of the city from 7 p.m. Friday to 3 a.m. Saturday. Authorities said they selected the location based on collision statistics and frequency of DUI arrests. Officers will be looking for signs of alcohol...

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