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  • Righeimer: I'll propose calling off the layoffs

    Righeimer: I'll propose calling off the layoffs
    Costa Mesa Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer said Monday that he plans to propose canceling the layoffs of some 200 city employees during Tuesday's City Council meeting. He expressed a desire to work alongside the employee associations to see where...
  • Commentary: I am thankful for our city employees

    As we mark Thanksgiving Day this year, we here in Costa Mesa have much for which to be thankful. The 450 or so employees who still remain after nearly two full years of tumult and apprehension are most certainly thankful for their jobs. I know I'm...
  • Commentary: It's time to turn off San Onofre

    Talk about a game-changer. Do you know the Barack Obama campaign tracked the buying, subscription and leisure habits of 29,000 voters as far back as 2008? Most presidential campaigns track about 1,500 voters for six to 12 months. It turns out this is...
  • Daily Pilot staff wins 10 OC Press Club Awards

    Daily Pilot staff wins 10 OC Press Club Awards
    Current and former Daily Pilot staff members took home 10 Orange County Press Club Awards Monday evening. The banquet at the Balboa Bay Resort honored work produced by print, electronic and broadcast media throughout the county in 2012. Daily Pilot...
  • It's Gray Area: How much government is too much government?

    The following question is meant to be practical, not philosophical, and your answer is important. Do you want unlimited government? That would mean that government would effectively take responsibility for deciding and controlling all aspects of our...
  • Beach Volleyball: Hughes next in line

    Beach Volleyball: Hughes next in line
    Technically, its borders do not reach the sand. But thanks to the achievements of Misty May-Treanor and April Ross, who both grew up there, Costa Mesa has become known as the epicenter of women's beach volleyball in the United States. May-Treanor...
  • Community & Clubs: Honoring news coverage of women and girls

    Dawn Marie Lemonds, a member of the Soroptimist International of Newport Harbor, has joined as co-chair the planning committee of the National Women's Coalition Against Violence & Exploitation (NWCAVE) for the Jane Velez-Mitchell Journalism Award. The...
  • Virgen: Speakers make impact

    It can be long day for high school football players going through what many refer to as, "hellweek." At Costa Mesa High, the Mustangs begin at 8 a.m. and they go home at 6 p.m. They have lunch at the school. Their two-a-days could become boring during...
  • Ex-UCI professor gets 14 years for arson

    Ex-UCI professor gets 14 years for arson
    A former UC Irvine associate professor who wrote emails saying he planned to kill students and administrators and burn down an Irvine high school was sentenced Thursday to 14 years and four months in state prison. Rainer Klaus Reinscheid, 49, of Irvine,...
  • Community & Clubs: 9/11 remembrance covers all faiths

    This year will mark the first year of a 9/11 memorial focused on interfaith compassion and community building. Interfaith communities will gather at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 23 Lake Road, Irvine, for an...
  • Peñaloza: Thumbs up for Battle of the Bay

    Peñaloza: Thumbs up for Battle of the Bay
    Covering the Battle of the Bay football game is always one of the best parts of this job. Friday night proved to be no exception. I made it to Orange Coast College, the site of this year's game, 90 minutes before kickoff. On the field, Newport...
  • UCI newspaper asks for student funding

    The death of newsprint may hit UC Irvine's newspaper unless students hand over their votes — and money — in an upcoming election. Just like newspapers across the country, rising printing costs have forced UCI's weekly New University to cut...