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  • Lawyers group objects to flag display

    Lawyers group objects to flag display
    A group of Orange County attorneys is calling for the removal of Mississippi’s state flag from a display at Santa Ana’s Civic Center, saying its Confederate design symbolizes racism and hatred. The Mississippi flag is the last to feature the...
  • Mailbag: Chamber welcomes Rosansky to interim post

    Last week, I announced to members the retirement of Richard Luehrs as president and chief executive of the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce. Today, I am announcing that the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has appointed Steve Rosansky...
  • Irvine council takes park reins

    Recently elected Irvine Mayor Steven Choi initiated Tuesday's City Council meeting with New Year greetings, but not much good cheer appeared to be on the minds of council members when three controversial motions passed early Wednesday — each about...
  • Segerstrom Center names new chief executive

    Newport Beach resident Lawrence M. Higby on Tuesday was voted the new chief executive and board chairman of the Segerstrom Center for the Arts, formerly known as the Orange County Performing Arts Center, in an early election. Higby, 64, replaced...
  • Lido Theatre hosting Reagan film

    A documentary on the life of Ronald Reagan will make its world premiere on the silver screen Thursday night at Newport Beach's Regency Lido Theatre. The screening of the 100-minute film, "Ronald Reagan: An American Journey," was organized by private...
  • New SCR leader is 'artistic, creative and approachable'

    New SCR leader is 'artistic, creative and approachable'
    After 47 years of leading Costa Mesa's acclaimed South Coast Repertory theater company, co-founders David Emmes and Martin Benson will soon finally relinquish their shared role of artistic director to Marc Masterson, an outsider from out of state. "I...
  • City budget may delay revitalization projects

    The city's first revitalization projects may be delayed because of limited capital funds, City Manager Dave Kiff said in anticipation of Tuesday's City Council meeting, when three of the initiatives are set to be reviewed. Proposed landscaping and...
  • FAA: No more changes to JWA departure path

    Federal Aviation Administration officials told a group of Newport Beach city leaders and residents Wednesday that the FAA would not make any additional adjustments to a contentious John Wayne Airport departure path. Residents upset about the year-old...
  • OCTA removes 19th Street Bridge from plan

    ORANGE — The Orange County Transportation Authority Board of Directors voted Monday to strike the proposed 19th Street Bridge from the county's master plan. The move effectively ends decades of studies and controversy about the potential bridge...
  • Mailbag: Close JWA to commercial air traffic

    While I applaud the efforts of everyone at the Airport Working Group and Newport Beach Mayor Nancy Gardner in regards to the John Wayne Airport curfew, there is no comfort in your headline, "JWA curfew likely to survive," March 8. Those of us who have...
  • Health Walk strolls into town Sunday

    Like thousands of young Americans, Irvine resident Samir Jaka never thought that a heart attack could happen to him. When the 30-year-old collapsed during an afternoon basketball game with friends in April 2010 at Lemongrass Park in Irvine, the pain...
  • Alan Travis Beimfohr

    Alan Travis Beimfohr
    Alan Travis Beimfohr, 67, of Newport Beach, California, passed away peacefully at home on April 17, 2012, surrounded by his devoted wife Linda, his loving children Alison, Nick and Kurt, and his brother Ed.  Alan was born on January 4, 1945 in Ft. Riley,...