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  • My Pet World: Antisocial cat could be tough to place in new home

    TORONTO — More than 3,500 veterinary professionals attended the combined conferences of the American Animal Hospital Assn. and the Ontario Veterinary Medical Assn. from March 24 to 27 at the Metro Toronto Convention Center. AAHA certifies...
  • The Coastal Gardener: Invite a couple to share your garden

    You will usually hear them before you see them. House wrens are small birds, but they are a great addition to almost any garden. I'm standing in my garden watching a tiny brownish bird streak from the orange tree to the fence top. Once there it pauses,...
  • Fundraiser helps autistic children

    Editor's note: This corrects the caption of the photo with ACT Today Executive Director Nancy Alspaugh-Jackson, "Young and Restless" actress Kate Linder and author Mara Brown. NEWPORT COAST — Mother's Day was celebrated a little early Monday...
  • Academic, Athletic Award Winners

    This corrects Gabrielle Herbosa's information. COSTA MESA HIGH SCHOOL Recipients of the 32nd annual Les Miller Outstanding Student Awards ANGELINE HONG School Activities/Clubs: Virtual Enterprise-Business Plan Team, Academic Decathlon, varsity tennis,...
  • Mailbag: Learn how to protect estuaries, ocean

    Many ask, "What is an estuary?" The simplest answer is, "A place where fresh water and salt water meet." The tidal mouth of any river is an estuary. Local residents are lucky to have in their midst the largest remaining natural estuary in Southern...
  • Drug supplier receives sentence

    When a Newport Coast woman succumbed to her addiction and overdosed on prescription medications in December 2005, her family wanted justice. Who got her those drugs? How could she have so many? On Monday, Joel Stanley Dreyer, 73, of Murrieta, the man...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Five Crowns waitress saves choking woman

    Melissa Scharfe has been a Five Crowns server for six years, but she's also a full-time student getting ready for medical school — a fact that helped save the life of a woman who began choking during a holiday meal last week. The incident...
  • Heartfelt care at UCI facility

    As manager of the cardiovascular program at the UC Irvine Medical Center, Nathalie De Michelis sees many patients who either have a propensity for heart failure or are well on their way and need help. That's where the hospital in Orange and its...
  • Hirst returns to work

     Hirst returns to work
    Ten days after Larry Hirst collapsed because of dehydration while coaching the Newport Harbor High boys' basketball team during a game, he is back on his feet at the school. Athletic Director Mike Zimmerman said Hirst returned to campus and the team for...
  • The Coastal Gardener: Mother Nature just can't be fooled

    It seems that mothers can always tell when their children are telling a fib. Maybe it's the child's mannerisms, their eyes, or the sound of their voice when a child is not being honest and forthcoming. However the method, a mother knows what's true and...
  • Woman meets donor three years later

    Woman meets donor three years later
    Being separated by an ocean and having never met didn't stop Yvonne Vohl from offering a lifeline to Karen Castelblanco. Castelblanco, 42, of Huntington Beach, was diagnosed with leukemia in 2010 and received a bone-marrow transplant from Vohl, 41, of...
  • Police: Prescription meds stolen at gunpoint

    A gun-wielding thief took $290 worth of prescription medication from a woman after she left a Laguna Beach drug store last week, Laguna Beach police said. The uninjured woman, a 27-year-old Laguna Beach resident, came to the police station Tuesday to...