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  • Community members connect

    COSTA MESA — Ed Fawcett started a golf tournament 14 years ago in hopes of raising money for the Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce. The tournament has developed into a convention of sorts, one where, at least for a portion of the day, businesses...
  • The Bell Curve: What has wings, flies and is a problem?

    What's the biggest problem facing Newport Beach today? I mean for the people who live here. You and me. C'mon, give me a straight answer. I'm taking a poll. Think about it for a while if you must. It's a little disheartening — even for deaf...
  • Putting the 'art' in 'heart'

    Putting the 'art' in 'heart'
    COSTA MESA — She was born in Santa Cruz, she's been to Harvard University and back, and now she's a Costa Mesa resident who's just put the finishing touches on her latest piece of art. It's a 45-pound fiberglass heart that will hopefully fetch...
  • Missing woman wrote for Pilot

    COSTA MESA — A missing 61-year-old Rancho Santa Margarita woman believed to have been killed by her husband of 39 years once wrote for the Daily Pilot. Marcia Forsberg worked as a features writer at the newspaper in the 1970s and 1980s, a former...
  • Dinner to raise money for school

    Ensign Middle School will hold a fundraiser Sunday in hopes of raising money to offset Newport-Mesa Unified School District cuts, which led to a reduction in the counseling staff. The goal is to raise about $110,000, significiantly more than the school's...
  • A slice of the Great Park

    A slice of the Great Park
    IRVINE — Orange County will have its Great Park — or at least the small segment of it that officials were able to budget for — by spring 2011, board directors said this week. The North Lawn is the first part of the first phase of the...
  • Racqueting up the game

    Racqueting up the game
    COSTA MESA — It all started in 1999, when friends Clay Peterson and Johnny McCray bought neighboring homes on East 20th Street. While unpacking, Peterson came upon a wooden tennis racquet and they started to hit balls in Peterson's tennis court....
  • Barrett-Jackson set to come back in June

    COSTA MESA — The Barrett-Jackson car auction will be back in town June 24 to 26, company officials said Friday. The renowned car auction sees car enthusiasts pay millions for some of the oldest and newest cars in the world. It made its inaugural...
  • Selich avoids foreclosure on his home

    Newport Beach City Councilman Ed Selich has been able to save his home from foreclosure. The property was scheduled to be sold at a foreclosure auction Tuesday, but he was able to bring the loan current in February, and the auction was canceled. A legal...
  • The Crowd: Fight Night alright for raising money

    A reporter from a competing news outlet walked up to a woman, who requested anonymity, and asked her why she was attending the Fight Night at the Marconi Automotive Museum in Tustin. She replied, "I don't love the fights, but I love the men that love the...
  • The Crowd: Evening of wine brings musical funds

    The Crowd: Evening of wine brings musical funds
    A big turnout for the Pacific Coast Wine Festival benefiting the Pacific Symphony netted more than $150,000 for the arts organization. The sold-out wine auction and tasting at the Island Hotel in Newport Beach attracted 300 local residents in their finest...
  • Fair Board could jump into legal battle

    COSTA MESA — The Orange County Fair Board could jump into the legal morass that is the O.C. Fairgrounds sale while it works to turn the property into a premier entertainment center, according to fairground officials. At Thursday's Fair Board...