May 25, 2020
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Beachgoers enjoyed a variety of recreational activities in Newport Beach, Huntington Beach and Laguna Beach on Saturday, the start of Memorial Day weekend.
The Newport-Mesa Unified School District Board of Trustees decided Tuesday to cancel in-person graduations at its six high schools in favor of a virtual commencement.
Only about 150 of the oldest participants, ages 14 and 15, will take part in the long-running city program, which teaches ocean safety, physical fitness and citizenship every year to more than 1,300 children as young as 9. For the younger kids who make up the majority of the Junior Guards, it’s canceled.
The sixth annual OC Brew Hee Haw wrapped up its two-day run Saturday at the Hangar at the Orange County Fair in Costa Mesa.
The City Council will consider approving on Tuesday what it calls the Fast Track Back to Business Initiative, an emergency permit waiver that would allow businesses and religious institutions to temporarily expand into parking lots, sidewalks or public property to maintain their usual occupancy with physical distancing.
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