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  • Corona del Mar Today: Albertsons to become Haggen Food & Pharmacy

    Corona del Mar Today: Albertsons to become Haggen Food & Pharmacy
    Corona del Mar's Albertsons will be part of a 146-store acquisition by Haggen Food & Pharmacy in 2015, according to a company news release. The Pacific Northwest grocery chain, which was founded in 1933 in Bellingham, Wash., currently has 18 stores...
  • Biz News: Irvine Pavilions to become Haggen store

    The Pavilions supermarket at 3901 Portola Parkway in Irvine will become a Haggen Food & Pharmacy in 2015 as part of Haggen's planned acquisition of 146 stores, including the Albertsons at 3049 E. Coast Hwy. in Corona del Mar. Haggen, a grocery chain...
  • An easier transition to college

    COSTA MESA — The transition to college can be a rough one. It's a crash course in how to live within a budget — and without Mom and Dad's help with chores and meals. For students with developmental disabilities, being away from their support...
  • Costa Mesa dispensaries still selling pot

    Costa Mesa dispensaries still selling pot
    COSTA MESA — Police and local marijuana dispensary owners said they will take their cues from federal authorities on how to proceed in light of last week's announcement that the U.S. Attorney's office is ramping up enforcement against pot...
  • Sewing the whole show together

    Sewing the whole show together
    Actress Lynn Milgrim will step onto the main stage at South Coast Repertory on Friday night as Mrs. Carrie Watts. To inhabit the role of the protagonist in Horton Foote's "A Trip to Bountiful," Milgrim will don an old-fashioned lavender cotton dress. The...
  • The Harbor Report: A warm 'Indian Summer' day in the harbor

    The past weekend must have been one of my best weekends on Newport Harbor. It ranked right up there with sailing Hobie 16s in 1975 off 17th Street, getting a speeding ticket for my first "beer can" race in 1983 or winning a Harbor 20 race this summer...
  • Commentary: Jobs bill fails to address unemployment

    Responding to writer Samantha O'Dell (Re. Congress should pass jobs act, Oct. 7): House Majority Leader Eric Cantor's actual quotation was: "The president continues to say, 'Pass my bill in its entirety,' and as I've said from the outset, the all-or-...
  • My Pet World: Hero dogs and their legacy honored in Hollywood

    HOLLYWOOD — The American Humane Assn. celebrated ordinary dogs who do extraordinary things at the Hero Dog Awards, presented by Cesar Canine Cuisine on Oct. 3 at the Hollywood Hilton. The gala event was taped for TV broadcast Nov. 11 on the...
  • City Life: I got some facts wrong last week

    The inability to say, "I'm sorry," is pervasive. Instead people say or write, "I regret," "It was an error in judgment," or nothing at all. I smile when a mistake maker offers a "mea culpa," Latin for "my mistake," or "my fault," because this weak...
  • Eagles still rule city

    Eagles still rule city
    COSTA MESA — Coach Paul Muñoz said he lost his go-to hitter at Estancia High to graduation. This year, he expects seven players to pick up the slack on the court. Another thing he can count on is beating rival Costa Mesa in a girls' volleyball...
  • Activists crow, er bark, about ban on pet sales

    IRVINE — Jim Gardner had a good reason for wearing a head-to-toe dog suit to City Hall on Tuesday night. His furry alter ego, "Big Dog," and other animal activists turned out en masse to the public hearing of an animal welfare ordinance that bans...
  • Expert: Costa Mesa must address pensions

    COSTA MESA — A financial consultant advised the City Council this week to change its spending habits and address mounting pension costs. At issue is the poorer-than-expected performance by the California Public Employees' Retirement System...