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  • Letters from the editor: Enjoy our new weekly, Weekend

    Four years ago, I pitched an idea for a weekly publication that would go to every Los Angeles Times reader in Orange County. The bosses liked the concept, but not the timing. The company had filed for bankruptcy and didn't want to invest. But things...
  • Biz News:

    Costa Makers studio to close After less than a year in business, a creative workspace studio in Westside Costa Mesa is closing. Costa Makers, at 1638 Babcock St., will close late this month or in early June, the owners announced in an email Monday. They...
  • 'He was the most driven young man'

     'He was the most driven young man'
    Robert Drenk's large Huntington Beach home has a waterfall, an outside fireplace and two pink rooms for his toddlers. That's a far cry from the years when he slept on couches as his family moved back and forth between Lake Perris and Florida. Drenk'...
  • Rearview Mirror: OC Week in Review

    Rearview Mirror: OC Week in Review
    Sunday, 05.03.15 Medina, Keating win OC Marathon Ivan Medina of Mexico won the 11th annual U.S. Bank OC Marathon. Medina passed the finish line alone to win his first marathon — in 2 hours, 30 minutes, 21 seconds at the OC Fair & Event Center in...
  • Biz News: Fresh & Easy to sell Costa Mesa store

    Biz News: Fresh & Easy to sell Costa Mesa store
    The Fresh & Easy store in the Costa Mesa Courtyards shopping center at Newport and Harbor boulevards is one of 30 stores in Southern California that the supermarket chain plans to sell, the company said. It will redesign the rest. Fresh & Easy's other...
  • Commentary: Campaign hit pieces distort taxpayer-friendly record

    One of the major reasons that good citizens do not run for public office is that they don't like the negativity seen in most campaigns. A more troubling concern is when the mudslinging is inaccurate. I got involved in public service after Orange County...
  • Commentary: Supreme Court strips retirement account protections

    Imagine this: You've worked hard to save money in your individual retirement account (IRA) or 401(k). You do the right thing by selecting beneficiaries and rest easy knowing the money will be safe for heirs after you are gone. Years later, your child...
  • Commentary: New council should learn from past mistakes

    The election is over and the dust has settled. The players stand at the ready. In Newport Beach a new cast of characters was elected to represent the great city. It remains to be seen what direction the city will take as it moves further into the 21st...
  • Costa Mesa Senior Center celebrates remodel

    City officials and more than 200 seniors celebrated the reopening of the Costa Mesa Senior Center on Friday morning after a two-month rehabilitation project. The center on West 19th Street closed in November to undergo about $200,000 in renovations....
  • Revamped Costa Mesa Senior Center opens its doors

    Revamped Costa Mesa Senior Center opens its doors
    Hundreds of senior citizens sat in the recreation room of the Costa Mesa Senior Center last week inspecting this year's holiday gifts – mugs containing candy and a $5 gift card good at grocery or other stores. Last year, the nonprofit that was...
  • Moorlach announces run for state Senate

    Moorlach announces run for state Senate
    Former Orange County Supervisor John Moorlach announced Wednesday that he intends to run for the state Senate. Moorlach, who had been mulling the decision for the past several weeks, is seeking the 37th Senate District seat vacated by Mimi Walters (R-...
  • 3 questions: Where Costa Mesa City Council, Orange County Board of Supervisors and State Assembly candidates stand on the issues

    Costa Mesa City Council One incumbent and eight challengers are running for two spots on the five-member council. The Daily Pilot asked each candidate the same three questions: 1) Based on the decisions of this most recent council, do you think this...