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  • 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...
  • Classically Trained: Fresh concert season is here

    There's a new performance space in town, and judging by what's planned for the opening night, it's off to a good start. The Soka Performing Arts Center has called upon the Pacific Symphony to take center stage at the center's grand opening at 8 p.m....
  • Sunset Ridge Park one step closer to reality

    A judge has ruled in favor of Newport Beach, allowing the city to move ahead with plans to develop Sunset Ridge Park, according to a court document. In an April 2010 lawsuit filed against the city, Banning Ranch Conservancy alleged that the environmental...
  • Homeless Task Force develops recommendations

    COSTA MESA — The Homeless Task Force (HTF) has created a tentative set of ordinances and services that it will recommend to the City Council early next year. The draft of suggestions were ironed out in a special five-hour meeting Saturday, as...
  • Former NFL player to be sentenced for murder

    A man convicted of murdering a wealthy Newport Beach businessman in 1994 is scheduled to be sentenced Friday in a Santa Ana courtroom. Eric Naposki was convicted in July of first-degree murder with a sentencing enhancement for committing murder for...
  • Louise Chapman

    Chapman, Louise August 3, 1915 – October 16, 2011 Louise Chapman passed away peacefully at her home in Newport Beach on October 16, 2011 at the age of 96.  She was born in Los Angeles on August 3, 1915 to Arthur and Anna Czerwonky.  She was...
  • Eagles' Murtha does whatever it takes

    Eagles' Murtha does whatever it takes
    Robert Murtha said he has the words "Whatever it takes" tattooed on his upper right arm. You don't need to be able to read in Filipino to understand that Murtha pours his heart and soul on the football field for Estancia High. The junior is a workhorse....
  • Youmans: This 'Wizard' is full of innovation

    3-D Theatricals is taking a trip down the yellow brick road. Along the way, the theater production company has implemented modern twists transforming the typical two-dimensional "The Wizard of Oz" into a three-dimensional manifestation of lions, tigers,...
  • Reel Critics: 'Big Year' gets a big yawn

    "The Big Year" is a completely disposable comedy. Steve Martin, Jack Black and Owen Wilson are A-list actors all known for potentially outrageous humor. But their talents are totally wasted here. They act out a screenplay so tepid it may be a new cure...