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  • Wasting water can cost you $500

    Wasting water can cost you $500
    While state water regulators approved fines of up to $500 per day to encourage California residents to turn off the tap, several local Orange County water agencies don't have plans to dole out the punishment just yet. However, that doesn't mean that...
  • Commentary: Minimum-wage hike will hurt job market

    On Sept. 25, Gov. Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 10, which raises the minimum hourly wage in California to $10. This bill is an example of good-intentioned legislation that will cause more harm than good. Those who supported this bill think it will...
  • O.C. Bargainista: Get a little something at Sunday flea market

    Gods and Heros will hold its second Petite Flea Market from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at its store at 2991 Randolph Ave., Costa Mesa. Merchandise will include vintage and antique furniture, collectibles, clothing, artwork, vinyl and more. Admission is free;...
  • A Bird's Eye View: Where the smart money will go in 2011

    Editor's note: Veteran Newport Beach real estate executive Tom Iovenitti, who used to pen a column for View magazine, has agreed to contribute columns to the Coastal Real Estate section. This is his first. Remember me? I'm still around, still actively...
  • Remodeled 24 Hour Fitness opens

    Remodeled 24 Hour Fitness opens
    COSTA MESA — Dieters will have to look elsewhere for excuses not to follow through on their New Year's weight-loss resolutions with the reopening of 24 Hour Fitness on 19th Street. The members-only club closed Dec. 9 and reopened Thursday after...
  • Review of 'Death by China: Confronting the Dragon – A Call to Action' by Peter W. Navarro and Greg Autry

    Editor's note: Chriss Street originally published this book review on his blog, Chriss Street and Company. There has been nothing more cowardly in my lifetime than the American government's dysfunctional response to China's economic imperialism. The...
  • Jergler: Pricey homes in Laguna, Newport take longer to sell

    Thanks to the soft housing market it takes more time to get a home sold than most sellers would like, and if it seems it takes even longer to sell homes in Newport Beach and Laguna Beach than in many other communities in California, there's a good...
  • Ad veteran named director of business development

    COSTA MESA — NADAguides.com, a Costa Mesa-based publisher of vehicle pricing and information, announced Skip Esch as the company's new director of business development, PR Newswire reported on Monday. Esch, an automative advertising and business...
  • It's A Gray Area: It's as 'sound as the dollar'

    I still remember my parents commenting during the 1964 presidential election about the silliness of Barry Goldwater's recommending that we go back on the silver and gold standard for our nation's monetary system. But now I know that Sen. Goldwater was...
  • Upscale 24 Hour Fitness approved for Triangle Square

    COSTA MESA — The Planning Commission on Monday unanimously approved plans to build an upscale gym at Triangle Square, a step that the shopping center's new owners hope will get the once-thriving center back in shape. But the approval wasn't...
  • Smart meters bring small increases

    Costa Mesa and Newport Beach homeowners are seeing fractional increases in their monthly energy bills to pay for the new Smart electric meters, but most say it's a small price to pay for energy efficiency. The $1.6 billion SmartConnect program was...
  • City wants to hike harbor fees

    NEWPORT BEACH — With harbor mooring administration costs nearly tripled from previous years, a third dredging project on the horizon and revenues in the city still down, city officials said it's time for Newport Harbor users to pay the piper....