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  • Deputy superintendent takes district helm

    Editor's note: This corrects an earlier version that misquotes school board member Katrina Foley. She didn’t publicly say that Hubbard should be placed on paid leave prior to Monday’s vote. COSTA MESA — With the superintendent placed...
  • Salem takes step closer to Stanford

    In a span of six minutes on Monday night, Newport Harbor High defensive lineman JB Salem was talking with two college football coaches about his future. UCLA Coach Rick Neuheisel called to offer the 6-foot-4, 265-pound Salem a scholarship. Five...
  • McBean makes it official

    Jack McBean passed his driving test last month and his father is happy he did. Scotty will not have to drive his 16-year-old son to soccer practice with the Los Angeles Galaxy. McBean might show up to the Home Depot Center in Carson in a nice ride....
  • Locals ready to sign

    Locals ready to sign
    Today some local high school seniors will get to show off the school colors they will wear come next fall in college. The fashion trend comes every year on National Signing Day, the first day seniors in football, boys' and girls' soccer, boys' water...
  • From The Sports Desk: Like a big, happy family

    From The Sports Desk: Like a big, happy family
    A wind brushed through Newport Harbor High Wednesday just before noon. A small group of students and teachers huddled near a table where senior JB Salem sincerely thanked them for their support. Salem, a 6-foot-4, 265-pound defensive tackle, then signed...
  • Turner-led Anteaters begin climb

    First-year coach Russ Turner has a vision for UC Irvine men's basketball that includes becoming a power in the Big West Conference, a noteworthy mid-major program that competes in the NCAA Tournament, and also capturing a market share of the Orange County...
  • Mooring fee issue is on deck

    For sailors and mooring renters who complain there wasn't enough input into Newport Beach's proposed mooring fee increases, they'll get their chance Tuesday when the City Council looks into the issue at a study session. "It was a simple kind of analysis,...
  • Lobdell: Looking back at what we've learned

    Here are the top 6 things we've learned from last week's local elections. No. 6: Incumbency wasn't all bad. Turns out a record 30 years wasn't enough for Newport-Mesa school board member Judy Franco. In fact, nearly 60% of voters chose to bring her back...
  • Community Commentary: Contract agreements are for everyone's own good

    I would like to thank the people of Costa Mesa who voted to re-elect me for four more years on the City Council. I am honored to serve the citizens of our great city. As an elected councilwoman, I am reminded daily of the core mission of any city: to...
  • Harbor Patrol funding reaches possible solution

    NEWPORT BEACH — About 35 years and 17 reports later, a solution to the Orange County Sheriff's Department Harbor Patrol funding issues could be taking shape. With critics of the department's current model arguing that the its biggest funding source...
  • City spokesman receives contract extension

    COSTA MESA — Acting City Communications Director William Lobdell recently won a five-week contract extension. Lobdell, a contract employee who does not receive benefits, will continue at his rate of about $3,000 a week for up to five weeks, he said...
  • Great Park items on Irvine council's agenda

    The Irvine City Council plans to sign off Tuesday on a three-year contract extension for Orange County Great Park Chief Executive Michael Ellzey. The renewal of his more than $200,000 annual salary will come with perks, including a $750 monthly car...