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  • Man gets more than 7 years for stealing from woman with dementia

    Man gets more than 7 years for stealing from woman with dementia
    A Costa Mesa man was sentenced Monday to more than seven years in prison for stealing in excess of $280,000 from an elderly woman who was blind, deaf and suffering from dementia, authorities said. John Thomas Windsor, 44, pleaded guilty to one felony...
  • Bank awards grants to local groups

    The Bank of America Charitable Foundation recently awarded grants to four area nonprofits, according to a Bank of America news release. The Girls Inc. of Orange County chapter and Working Wardrobes, both of Costa Mesa, each received $10,000. The...
  • New company set to take over Lido Theatre

    New company set to take over Lido Theatre
    For 75 years, the light pink Lido Theatre in Newport Beach has welcomed moviegoers onto the Balboa Peninsula. But an asset manager for the theater's property owner has a new vision for the space, now surrounded by development, and in need of, as she put...
  • Funds sought for teen's funeral service

    The family of a Costa Mesa teenager who died after a weekend car crash is raising funds for his funeral service. Estancia High School alumnus Luis Adrian Torres, 19, died in a hospital Sunday after his Jaguar hit a tree along Susan Street near Sunflower...
  • Local nonprofits score Bank of America grants

    Pacific Symphony, South Coast Reportory, Orange County Great Park, Art-A-Fair Foundation, Festival of Arts and Sawdust Art Festival are among the local nonprofits that recently received grants from Bank of America. A total of $465,000 was divvied up...
  • Classic car competition coming to beach

    Classic car competition coming to beach
    Old-school style on four wheels — and two — is heading to the seashore Sunday. The 10th annual Coastline Car Classic at Corona del Mar State Beach is expected to attract hundreds if not a couple thousand people, who will be able to gaze at...
  • Abbott keeps helping

    Abbott keeps helping
    Last month, Jim Abbott visited KidWorks in Santa Ana. Abbott, the former Major League Baseball pitcher, says he stays busy these days, speaking to various people and motivating many about the story of his life and about succeeding despite being born...
  • Virgen: True victory on a field of dreams

    Virgen: True victory on a field of dreams
    The scoreboard at Angel Stadium provided several highlights on Saturday. It wasn't because score was kept, even though there were plenty of runs scored. Many looked at the scoreboard because of the images on the Jumbotron. There were smiles and unique...
  • 'Snowboarder Bandit' convicted in bank heists

    A Riverside man dubbed the Snowboarder Bandit pleaded guilty Thursday to robbing banks throughout Orange County, including one in Newport Beach and three in Irvine. Michael Brandon Franks, 30, was convicted of 10 felony counts of second-degree robbery...
  • Sunday's Calendar

    SUNDAY Earth Day Service St. Mark Presbyterian Church and its Ecophilians Environmental Group host a Earth Day Sunday with special Earth Day worship times services at 9 to 10 a.m. and 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the church, 2200 San Joaquin Hills Road,...
  • Cinco de Mayo mixer to raise money for OC kids, families

    Leaders in the local business and real estate community will meet under the stars on Thursday to raise funds to benefit the Orange County United Way, according to a press release. The 12th Annual Orange County United Way Real Estate and Building Industry...
  • Striking a balance

    Striking a balance
    COSTA MESA — He cycled around town with an empty child trailer hitched to the back of his bike. It was around dusk near Lions Park on a recent Tuesday. Other than messy salt-and-pepper hair and ruddy skin from six years of living on the streets,...