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  • Mailbag: Paddleboarders must know the rules

    My family and I have sailed and motored large and small boats in Newport and nearby harbors for many, many years ("Paddleboarding lanes, military flyovers fizzle," Sept. 27). We know paddleboarding is fun and wonderful exercise. However, if paddleboarders...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Girl Scout troop creates benches for Harbor View

    Corona del Mar Today: Girl Scout troop creates benches for Harbor View
    Girl Scout Cadette Troop 57 members were honored at a recent Harbor View Elementary School Flag Deck ceremony for their creation and contribution of "potty benches" for preschoolers. "The idea came about after seeing all the adorable little ones...
  • Girls' Soccer: Corona del Mar suffers first league loss

    COSTA MESA — One of Corona del Mar High's goalkeepers played for another team on Tuesday. Earlier in the day, Kat Hess was 29 miles away from the site where her high school girls' soccer team was going to play. Hess represented the U.S. under-17...
  • Accepting the challenges of politics

    Accepting the challenges of politics
    Fifth in a series of profiles about those in the trenches of Costa Mesa's political battles. * Gary Monahan can't escape politics — not even during his morning commute. As the Costa Mesa councilman walks from his Eastside home to the...
  • Volunteers freshen up Save Our Youth facility

    Volunteers freshen up Save Our Youth facility
    She never thought she would return to the place that gave back so much to her and to the Costa Mesa community, but for Angel Aragon some things were just meant to be. "The last time I was here was in 1997," said the 34-year-old Costa Mesa resident about...
  • Newport women take top business honors

    COSTA MESA — Three Newport Beach women will be honored for transforming their dreams into thriving businesses at the 15th annual Remarkable Women Awards dinner Oct. 5. The Orange County Chapter of the National Assn. of Women Business Owners chooses...
  • O.C. Bargainista: Pretty in pink (lipgloss, that is)

    Freebie of the Week: A free lip gloss from Express stores! Better hurry if you want to cash in on this one — the offer only is active today, to receive a coupon to redeem Sept. 8 to 10. Go to http://www.facebook.com/express and select the "New Fans"...
  • Study: Fewer crossing border

    Fewer illegal immigrants are coming to Orange County, mostly because of a trying economy coupled with a fortified U.S.-Mexico border that's made crossing into the United States more difficult, a UC Irvine professor who tracks their numbers said earlier...
  • Mom petitions for kids' safety

    Mom petitions for kids' safety
    COSTA MESA — The vice president of the College Park Elementary School PTA is gathering signatures to petition the City Council to install a blinking yellow light at two intersections where children, she said, are in danger of being hit by cars....
  • O.C. Bargainista: Pumpkins smash traditional release

    Freebie of the week: Dig the Smashing Pumpkins as much as you dig free stuff? Visit smashingpumpkins.com now to download the first four songs off their new concept album, "Teargarden by Kaleidyscope Vol. 1: Songs for a Sailor," for free. Visit the site...
  • The Coastal Gardener: Concerns raised about using peat moss

    The Coastal Gardener: Concerns raised about using peat moss
    What's in the potting soil that you are using? Chances are, if you are like most gardeners, you don't really know. It's dark brown, it's moist and it looks like, well … potting soil. But, if you're concerned about sustainability, global climate...
  • The Coastal Gardener: For wildflowers, emulate nature's process

    Want to sow some wildflowers like a modern-day Johnny Appleseed, traveling about, tossing seeds to the wind and leaving a colorful trail of flowers in your path? Sounds romantic. But the realities of sowing wildflower seeds, especially California's...