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Boat parade returns to light up Huntington Harbour

The Huntington Harbour Boat Parade sailed for the 55th time Saturday in Huntington Beach, with a repeat cruise coming Sunday. The event, presented by the Huntington Harbour Philharmonic Committee, features boats and waterfront homes decked out with decorations inspired by this year’s theme, “Musical...

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Corona del Mar's TaeVeon Le decommits from Harvard, then commits to Stanford

Corona del Mar's TaeVeon Le decommits from Harvard, then commits to Stanford

Corona del Mar High senior TaeVeon Le is heading to Stanford to play football after his decommitment from Harvard, said An, Le’s mother, on Sunday afternoon. Le, who committed to Harvard in September, said he would be a preferred walk-on player with the Cardinal. The 6-foot-4, 240-pound Le said...

Costa Mesa and Newport Beach

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New mixed-use project from Lab and Camp developer goes to Costa Mesa Planning Commission

Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, Seal Beach

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Around Town: Huntington Harbour Boat Parade returns to the water for 55th year
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Around Town: Huntington Harbour Boat Parade returns to the water for 55th year

The Huntington Harbour Philharmonic Committee presents the 55th annual Huntington Harbour Boat Parade on Saturday and Sunday. The parade starts at 5:15 p.m. and lasts until around 9 p.m. The route begins in the water west of Carousel Lane. This year’s theme is “Musical Kicks on Route 66.” Eva Kilgore...

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Coastal Commission to weigh in on Laguna’s short-term lodging rules
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Coastal Commission to weigh in on Laguna’s short-term lodging rules

Laguna Beach must prove its case to the California Coastal Commission if it wants to officially change city rules for short-term lodging. Commission staff members recommend the state agency’s board deny Laguna’s request to ban stays of 30 consecutive days or less in residential areas for property...

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Here’s how to start exploring Buena Park’s Koreatown restaurants

Here’s how to start exploring Buena Park’s Koreatown restaurants

Like its Los Angeles counterpart, the burgeoning Koreatown in Buena Park can be overwhelming to visitors. All along Beach Boulevard, down Orangethorpe Avenue and across Commonwealth Avenue, I have long seen strip mall signs alight with Hangul lettering spelling out the names of beauty parlors,...

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  • Newport man pleads not guilty in attempted liquor store robbery

    Newport man pleads not guilty in attempted liquor store robbery

    A Newport Beach man pleaded not guilty Tuesday to trying to rob a Costa Mesa liquor store last weekend. Jamieson Wallace MacKenzie, 39, faces a felony charge of attempted robbery, according to court records. Officers responded to Powers Liquor at 1888 Placentia Ave. shortly after 2:30 p.m. Sunday...

  • Crash kills pedestrian and closes northbound PCH in H.B. for hours; lanes are reopened

    Crash kills pedestrian and closes northbound PCH in H.B. for hours; lanes are reopened

    Northbound Pacific Coast Highway was closed for hours at Seapoint Street on Thursday morning after a pedestrian was fatally injured in a crash involving a vehicle, police said. Huntington Beach police responded to the scene at about 5:30 a.m. and found a man dead at the scene. The man, who police...

  • Driver pleads guilty in hit-and-run death of marathoner in Fountain Valley

    Driver pleads guilty in hit-and-run death of marathoner in Fountain Valley

    A Fountain Valley man pleaded guilty Tuesday to a hit-and-run in August that killed an area marathoner near Mile Square Regional Park. John Motesharrei pleaded guilty to felony hit-and-run with permanent and serious injury and misdemeanor hit-and-run with property damage, according to court records....

  • Trial date set for man accused of murdering business partner from Laguna Beach

    Trial date set for man accused of murdering business partner from Laguna Beach

    A Jan. 12 jury trial date was set Monday for a man accused of killing a Laguna Beach resident who was his business partner. Edward Younghoon Shin, 40, of Irvine is charged in Orange County Superior Court with murdering Christian Ryan Smith, 32, in 2010 at the San Juan Capistrano office of their...

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