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  • Mailbag: An ode to our fire rings

    On the shores of the wonderful pacific Sit fire pits we enjoy every day, Hot dogs, marshmallows and songs fill the air Memories of beach parties and children at play. Some would like to tear the rings out To make way for sand flattened —...
  • Several highlights at Lott Trophy luncheon

    Several highlights at Lott Trophy luncheon
    NEWPORT BEACH — A special moment took place at The Pacific Club Thursday during the annual Lott IMPACT Trophy watch list luncheon. Lott opened an envelope that revealed the recipient of a $5,000 check that put the IMPACT Foundation over the $1...
  • Council to consider funding housing for homeless

    The Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday is scheduled to consider approving a loan of up to $500,000 to help pay for permanent housing for the city's homeless population. If approved by the council and the city's Housing Authority, which replaced the...
  • Commentary: Motor Inn is trying to do the right thing

    The Costa Mesa Affordable Housing Coalition has been following the Daily Pilot's coverage of our city's motels with great interest. As mentioned in the articles, some motels have served for years as the only affordable long-term housing for many very low-...
  • UCI scholar awarded research prize

    UCI scholar awarded research prize
    Greg Duncan, a scholar in the field of early childhood education at UC Irvine and a member of the National Academy of Sciences, was awarded the Klaus J. Jacobs Research Prize for his work on the effects of poverty on child development. In addition to the...
  • School district's finances OK for two years

    COSTA MESA — The Newport-Mesa Unified School District can balance its budget for the next two years, but after that, programs and services could face the chopping block, depending on what the state does, officials said. Acting Supt. Paul Reed...
  • Community Commentary: Show restraint on taxes, focus on investment

    The Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors recently announced its strong opposition to the governor's proposal to extend the increased tax rates on sales, personal income and vehicle license taxes for an additional five years to help balance...
  • It's A Gray Area: Politicians should take a real risk

    As we enter into the second decade of the 21st century, we should pause and reflect upon probably the largest reality of human life, which is that circumstances change, and those who do not change with them generally drift into decay and irrelevance. With...
  • City issues home improvement vouchers for low-income households

    Need a hammer, drill or even a lawn mower for that odd job around the house? Starting Tuesday, the city of Costa Mesa will issue 20 vouchers for up to $500 each to a limited number of low-income homeowners so they can rent tools needed for exterior...
  • The tradition continues

    *This corrects an early version that misstated that each school had to contribute $20,000 to keep the event running in the past. NEWPORT BEACH — After concerns that it had reached the finish line, the annual Spirit Run returns to the Fashion Island...
  • Forecast: Modest O.C. job growth in 2012

    COSTA MESA — Orange County will add an estimated 21,000 new jobs next year, but housing sales and prices will remain flat, according to Chapman University's economic forecast for 2012. The forecast delivered this week at the Segerstrom Center for...
  • Community & Clubs: Aussies experience Costa Mesa in exchange visit

    The Kiwanis Club of Costa Mesa hosted a lunch on Jan. 12 to honor this years' Australian exchange students from Hoppers Crossing Secondary College near Melbourne in the state of Victoria. This is the fourth year of Kiwanis of Costa Mesa's involvement...