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  • Irrelevant Week XXXV: That's a wrap for Toone

    Irrelevant Week XXXV: That's a wrap for Toone
    ANAHEIM — Most NFL players ride to special events in limos or in exotic sports cars. When the player is the dead-last pick in the draft, he rolls in the back of a vehicle more ideal for a soccer mom. Welcome to the life of Tim Toone, Mr....
  • 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....
  • Community Commentary: A letter on city salaries

    EDITOR'S NOTE: City Manager Dave Kiff posted this letter on the city of Newport Beach's website Wednesday evening. City officials in Bell did a very troubling thing, but one outcome of that situation was not troubling — an increased attention to...
  • Group protesting city's fairgrounds partnership

    COSTA MESA — American Fairs and Festivals, the group that Costa Mesa once negotiated with to finance the purchase of the Orange County Fairgrounds, is protesting the city agreement granted to the winning company, Facilities Management West,...
  • Teachers union claims unfair ratio for layoff notices

    Negotiations between 1,400 teachers and the Newport-Mesa Unified School District have languished for more than a year. Now, as the teacher's union and management try to forge a three-year contract, there are hard feelings from the teachers' side over what...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Residents get Buck Gully project update

    Letters have been sent to residents along Lower Buck Gully, advising them that an erosion project is moving along with construction still slated to begin after Labor Day. The project "should stabilize the canyon bottom by retraining the creek to its...
  • Appeals court rules against school district in construction bids

    Irvine Unified School District broke the law when it awarded $6.9 million in contracts to construction companies without giving the lowest-priced bidders full review, a state court of appeal ruled. The California Public Contract Code requires that public...
  • CdM takes control

    CORONA DEL MAR — The downpour Coach George Larsen expected Friday came at the right time at Corona del Mar High. In the waning minutes, Larsen watched the rain wash out the season of Garey of Pomona. One goal was the difference in CdM slipping out...
  • McBean in big match

    McBean in big match
    Corona del Mar High sophomore Jack McBean, who recently signed a pro contract with the Los Angeles Galaxy, will play with the U.S. under-17 national team in the CONCACAF U-17 Championship title match against Canada Sunday in Montego Bay, Jamaica....
  • CdM's strong run ends

    CdM's strong run ends
    PARAMOUNT — A special guest hopped on the Corona del Mar High bus before the Sea Kings traveled to their next boys' soccer match on Tuesday. Jack McBean was a familiar face to those onboard. He used to ride with many of the same players to matches...
  • McBean a key in victory

     McBean a key in victory
    Jack McBean, a former Corona del Mar High standout, had two assists to help the United States under-17 boys' national soccer team win the CONCACAF championship by defeating Canada, 3-0, in overtime Sunday in Montego Bay, Jamaica. McBean, 16, came off...
  • One Paramount concern

     One Paramount concern
    When Corona del Mar High and Paramount meet today, only one boys' soccer team gets the chance to win a second straight CIF Southern Section title. The Sea Kings won the crown in Division IV last season. The Pirates are the Division III defending...