June 24, 2021


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A longstanding Newport Beach flagpole was tagged for removal Friday by code enforcers, who said it encroached on public land. Neighbor complaints bought the pole some time, but the state may have final say.

Dozens of the classic cars will be on display at a free show Saturday morning.

Laguna Beach is in escrow to acquire the former Ti Amo Ristorante property for civic use. It could potentially be used to build a new fire station in South Laguna.

In an effort to decrease violent confrontations between police and people with mental health issues, several Orange County cities are aiming to use teams of medical and social workers to respond to mental health-related calls for service.

OC Protests, a local grassroots organization, hosted a Juneteenth event with music, art, candlelight vigil, guest speakers and a movie screening in Anaheim.

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