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  • Finance director says review 'not fiscally conservative'

    COSTA MESA — Though there's more than $26 million in one-time money Costa Mesa could spend to save jobs, using it would weaken the city's financial strength in the long run, according to Tuesday night's City Council agenda. In response to an Orange...
  • TWO-MINUTE DRILL

    TWO-MINUTE DRILL
    In the week leading up to Friday's Orange Coast League opener, Estancia High football coach Mike Bargas, defensive coordinator and assistant head coach Dave Holland and the rest of the staff developed a plan to counter Laguna Beach's deceptive Wing-T...
  • Letters From The Editor: The Sun rises in Seal Beach

    The Seal Beach Sun is the first newspaper that paid me to write. The exact date escapes me. It was about 1990, maybe 1991. The article, a feature, was about a lifeguard, but I recall little else. What I remember clearly is the freelance pay: $25. What...
  • JWA to use full-body scanners

    The Transportation Security Administration plans to install full-body scanners at John Wayne Airport in the coming months, federal officials confirmed Tuesday. Scanners are planned for all three terminals, including the new Terminal C set to open in...
  • [UPDATE] Banning Ranch meeting changes locations

    Update: The Costa Mesa Banning Ranch Study Session has been moved from the Emergency Operations Center to City Council Chambers, City Hall, 77 Fair Drive. Costa Mesa officials plan to hold a public meeting Thursday to discuss potential traffic, noise and...
  • Newport taking part in emergency alert exercise

    The city of Newport Beach is scheduled Thursday to hold a test of its emergency alert system in conjunction with the statewide Great Shakeout, simulating what would happen in a 7.1 earthquake, according to authorities. More than 100 city employees and...
  • My Pet World: Unify to address feral cat problem

    Feral cats are a problem. And there are a lot of them out there — about 50% to 150% of the number of owned cats. (According to the American Veterinary Medical Assn., there are about 90 million owned cats.) That's a lot of feral cats mousing from...
  • Community & Clubs: Casino night fundraiser will get 'wild'

    Harbor Mesa Lions will hold their annual "Wild West Casino Night" fundraiser on Friday at the Neighborhood Community Center in Costa Mesa. The evening includes a chuck wagon buffet dinner, country and western dancing, silent auction and gaming tables....
  • Righeimer: Union-backed financial review a 'stunt'

    COSTA MESA — Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer called a financial review that said more than $26 million in one-time money could be used to save city jobs a "political stunt." The City Council took no action on the recommendations in an Orange County...
  • Jergler: Scary lending tales common, but not commonplace

    It's a spooky market out there. What's debatable is how much of that can be blamed on lenders who are scared to give up money for mortgages, or whether the market misery is just an inevitable result of the global economic slump. However, many real estate...
  • More trees on the chopping block

    Newport Beach city officials are asking the Parks, Beaches and Recreation Commission to OK a proposal to remove another 18 eucalyptus trees near one that fell and killed a motorist in September. Since that accident, the city has assessed the risk posed...
  • Corona del Mar Today: A progress report on Buck Gully project

    An erosion project in Lower Buck Gully is well underway as crews continue to place metal cages on the ground, filling them with rocks brought from a Corona quarry. The project began last month and should be complete sometime next summer, city officials...