Bryce Alderton left Times Community News in 2018. He covered Laguna Beach City Hall, education and public safety for the Daily Pilot. He has written restaurant reviews for OC Metro magazine’s dining guide, and worked for L.A. Times Community News as a sportswriter for the Daily Pilot from 2002 through 2005. He earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in journalism from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and USC, respectively, and completed the six-month professional chef program at Laguna Culinary Arts.
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Officials of a Laguna Beach restaurant are looking toward renovation after a fire two weeks ago damaged the property.
Rules about outdoor signs and displays will be relaxed for Laguna Beach businesses this spring and summer.
The famed Hotel Laguna closed its doors to overnight guests on Dec. 31, but three businesses on the property remain open as a legal battle continues between the hotel’s former operator and the property owner.
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Laguna College of Art and Design on Wednesday turned into a mock crime scene as police officers and firefighters from multiple agencies practiced responding to an active shooter on the campus at 2222 Laguna Canyon Road.
In 2017, Laguna Beach became a hub for a political organization’s demonstrations and a place where smoking is banned in all public places.
Nearly 850 Southern California Edison customers in Fountain Valley lost power Tuesday afternoon, the company said.