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  • Newport man gets 6 years for stealing wine

    A Newport Beach man was sentenced to six years in state prison Friday after pleading guilty to charges that he stole $2.7 million worth of wine from a storage facility he operated and in a separate case under-reported more than $3.5 million of payroll...
  • Commentary: Global warming activism appears 'contrived'

    Re. "Climate-change science is immune to politics," Mailbag, (Sept. 3): Letter writer Jamie Dow claims science has proven man-made global warming and that this conclusion has nothing to do with politics. I believe she is mistaken. Most of the reports...
  • Food, flags, fun and flair – with an Italian accent

    Food, flags, fun and flair – with an Italian accent
    Visitors at Fashion Island on Saturday appeared to be stuck in a time warp. Parents paused beside chic — and high-tech — strollers, taking pictures with cell phones. The scene in front of them, though, seemed straight out of medieval Europe....
  • Virgen: 'Ante Up For Autism' a winner

    Virgen: 'Ante Up For Autism' a winner
    As cameras flashed on the red carpet outside the St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort this weekend, Lisa Ackerman hugged several friends and guests who approached. She hugged me. Everyone seemed to be part of the family at the seventh annual Ante up forĀ ...
  • Making a flap at fundraiser

    Making a flap at fundraiser
    In the spirit of the Roaring Twenties, men and women young and old took to the Center Club on Friday for an evening of food, dance, a silent auction and a little bit of luck in the faux casino. The event was "The Gatsby Affair," a benefit for the...
  • Former Girl Scouts to be honored

    Six former Orange County Girl Scouts will be recognized at the group's fourth annual leadership event Friday in Newport Beach. Those being honored are Shannon Eusey, of Newport Beach; Joan Patronite Kelly and Donna Giordano, both of Huntington Beach;...
  • Christmas Boat Parade awards dinner set for Jan. 24

    Winners from the 2013 Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade and Ring of Lights will see their efforts recognized at a gala Jan. 24. The event, which features dinner and an auction and is hosted by the Commodores Club of the Newport Beach Chamber of...
  • Irvine City Council delays decision on Great Park plan

    Irvine City Council delays decision on Great Park plan
    Following a meeting that stretched past midnight, the Irvine City Council voted Wednesday to delay for two weeks a decision on whether to allow a developer to build 688 acres of the Orange County Great Park in exchange for the right to construct thousands...
  • Virgen: Plenty of reasons to celebrate

    Virgen: Plenty of reasons to celebrate
    As Costa Mesa friends and neighbors toasted to good times at the OC Mix, a sweet voice sang in the background. Amanda Moore, a 16-year-old Costa Mesa High senior, tickled her keyboard and covered Carrie Underwood ("Before he cheats") and Fleetwood Mac...
  • Vessels going up for auction in Newport

    Newport Beach officials will auction off abandoned boats Dec. 6 at the Orange County Sheriff's Department Harbor Patrol Division in Corona del Mar. Potential buyers can look at the vessels up for sale starting at 8 a.m. before the auction begins at 9 a....
  • Carnival raises money to fight syndrome

    Carnival raises money to fight syndrome
    A local organization of mothers in Newport Coast raised more than $10,000 at a holiday carnival Sunday to help fight a genetic syndrome often associated with autism. The MOMS Club of Newport Coast, part of an international moms support network, hosted...
  • Bidders nab boating deals

    Bidders nab boating deals
    Crusted over with brine and barnacles, their plastic bodies faded, the 20 or so watercraft stacked on the dock weren't the prettiest boats in Newport Harbor. But to the small crowd who braved Friday morning's chilly breezes hoping to score a deal at...