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Mayor's Spring Egg Roll event seeks to become annual tradition

Mayor's Spring Egg Roll event seeks to become annual tradition

Owen Chiou bends down in his lane, readying his wooden spoon against an egg in preparation for the fierce competition of the egg roll.

 

Belle of the Ball event helps transition girls into women

Teenage girls in foster care and "at-risk" homes were given a day of prom-dress shopping and beauty, self-improvement and empowerment workshops during the Belle of the Ball event Saturday at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa.

 

$10,000 award from IKEA will help make over Costa Mesa soup kitchen

A line of people eager for a hot lunch began forming outside a nondescript building in Costa Mesa shortly after 11 a.m. Friday.

Records requests in Costa Mesa at all-time high

Requests for public records in politically charged Costa Mesa have skyrocketed to an all-time high, costing the city thousands of dollars and stretching the resources of the city clerk's office, according to interviews and documents reviewed by the...

 

Sanitary district OKs major Costa Mesa sewer pipeline project

After about 20 minutes of discussion Thursday night, Costa Mesa Sanitary District directors quietly approved the agency's portion of an estimated $23-million sewer pipeline project that will bring major construction work to the city's Westside,...

 

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Costa Mesa to celebrate new street-sweeping service Monday

Costa Mesa officials are hosting a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday for the city's new street-sweeping service.

Moorlach sworn in as state senator and ready to get started in Sacramento

Moorlach sworn in as state senator and ready to get started in Sacramento

John Moorlach was officially sworn in Sunday as state senator for the 37th District after receiving more than 50% of the vote in last week's...

State bills threaten to close developmental center

State bills threaten to close developmental center

Two state bills target the Fairview Developmental Center for closure so that funding can be diverted to to other community-based...

Environmentalists contest sewer line project through Talbert park

Environmentalists contest sewer line project through Talbert park

A proposed sewage pipeline that would run under Talbert Regional Park is being challenged by local environmentalists, who contend that the...

County workers' union head Nick Berardino to retire

County workers' union head Nick Berardino to retire

Nick Berardino, a longtime Orange County labor leader and general manager of its largest public employee union, announced this week that...

Show can't go on - for now - at new Costa Mesa club

Show can't go on - for now - at new Costa Mesa club

On Friday afternoon, a banjo-toting band called Moonsville Collective showed up a few hours early for its 8 p.m. gig at a new Costa Mesa...

Public Safety

Police Files for March 27

Costa Mesa: Bristol Street: Petty theft of a bicycle was reported in the 3300 block at 10:45 a.m. Thursday.

Police Files for March 26

Costa Mesa: Orange Avenue: Residential burglary was reported in the 2100 block at 1:21 p.m. Tuesday.

Enforcement campaign to target distracted drivers

Newport Beach police and other law enforcement agencies across California will ramp up the enforcement of laws against distracted driving...

3 arrested in Costa Mesa probation sweep

Costa Mesa police arrested three men Tuesday during a sweep designed to ensure that people on probation in the city are obeying the terms of...

After series of burglaries, man may avoid jail time

After series of burglaries, man may avoid jail time

A serial burglar who led Costa Mesa on a chase through the Mesa Verde neighborhood last year pleaded guilty Thursday to half a dozen...

33 cars, house hit by BBs in Costa Mesa neighborhood

At least 33 cars in a Costa Mesa neighborhood were damaged by a vandal shooting a BB gun early Tuesday, police said.

Police arrest burglary suspects after car chase

Newport Beach police arrested a trio of burglary suspects after a short car chase Wednesday ended with a crash in Laguna Beach, according to...

33 cars, house hit by BBs in Costa Mesa neighborhood

33 cars, house hit by BBs in Costa Mesa neighborhood

At least 33 cars in a Costa Mesa neighborhood were damaged by a vandal shooting a BB gun early Tuesday, police said.

Business & Real Estate

Biz News: Fresh & Easy to sell Costa Mesa store

Biz News: Fresh & Easy to sell Costa Mesa store

The Fresh & Easy store in the Costa Mesa Courtyards shopping center at Newport and Harbor boulevards is one of 30 stores in Southern...

Ruby's in Costa Mesa returns to full service

Ruby's in Costa Mesa returns to full service

A quick-service experiment at a revamped Ruby's Diner location in Costa Mesa was recently scrapped and returned to a traditional full-...

Council approves Ganahl move, expansion

Citing Ganahl Lumber's positive contributions to the community, the Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday approved the business' request to...

This walk first, then the aisle

This walk first, then the aisle

The wedding season got underway Sunday with the annual Corona del Mar Bridal Walk, an event that allowed businesses and vendors to...

Biz News: Yoga, nutrition store opening Saturday

Biz News: Yoga, nutrition store opening Saturday

Find Your Zen Yoga & Nutrition Studio will open Saturday in Corona del Mar, offering a new style of interval yoga created by the studio's...

Haggen grocery chain making itself at home in Orange County

Haggen grocery chain making itself at home in Orange County

The cult of Haggen fanatics is about to grow bigger.

Education

Dad's band turns tunes into fundraising

Community members are invited to sing and dance to golden oldies and contemporary tunes at a party from 6 to 10 p.m. today to benefit Sonora...

Reader's Report: Irvine students lobby Sacramento

Reader's Report: Irvine students lobby Sacramento

"Beep, Beep." My alarm is going off. My drowsy eyes wake up to see that it is 4:30 a.m.

Funding changes may change district's adult education

Newport-Mesa Unified — along with school districts up and down the state — are grappling with changes to funding for adult...

Rea Elementary students take to the big stage

Rea Elementary students take to the big stage

Dozens of Rea Elementary School students took to the stage Tuesday at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall in a performance...

Newport-Mesa event to explain new school programs

Newport-Mesa parents can learn about district-wide academic programs at a community meeting Wednesday.

Students dip their toes into water conservation

Students dip their toes into water conservation

Thousands of elementary school students from Costa Mesa, Laguna Beach, Huntington Beach and elsewhere streamed onto the UC Irvine campus...

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