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  • Developers vying for shot at old City Hall land

    Developers vying for shot at old City Hall land
    The morning was chilly, the marine layer still firmly blanketing the Balboa Peninsula. "This is Ground Zero for what people think about as Newport Beach," said longtime resident and developer Bob Olson. The grounds of Newport Beach's now-vacant former...
  • Council supports 130-room hotel

    Council supports 130-room hotel
    There were mostly good feelings all around as the Newport Beach City Council on Tuesday took a step toward putting a 130-room hotel at the former City Hall site in Lido Village. And despite R.D. Olson Development winning the evening and the initial...
  • A Word, Please: Semicolons have two specific purposes, so don't overuse

    I've gone soft on semicolons. For years, my position on these strange little squiggles has been as follows: I hate them. I have good reason. Semicolons don't come up much in my editing work. Most writers don't bother with them. Perhaps they understand...
  • Cystic fibrosis benefit, honoring Mike Ness, to be held Saturday

    Mike Ness of Social Distortion and his wife, Christine, will be honored during the sixth annual Pipeline to a Cure Gala, benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa on Saturday. The event is also a...
  • 3-year-old girl drowns in Irvine community pool

    A 3-year-old girl drowned in a community pool in Irvine on Thursday, marking the fourth drowning of a child in Orange County in two weeks. “It’s imperative people remember that children drown without a sound,” said Orange County Fire...
  • The Crowd: Sailors get a second wind at gala

    The Crowd: Sailors get a second wind at gala
    The glory of summer on the Newport Coast was celebrated recently at the Newport Harbor Yacht Club as over 200 guests converged for the annual "White Party." Benefiting the Newport Harbor Sailing Foundation (founded in 1997), the annual summer tradition...
  • Saudi princess doesn't show for human trafficking hearing

    Saudi princess doesn't show for human trafficking hearing
    A Saudi royal princess did not appear in court Monday on human trafficking charges, drawing a rebuke from an Orange County judge who said “I expect her to be here” for future hearings. Meshael Alayban, 42, is charged with forcing a Kenyan...
  • Golf: Kite stays steady

    Golf: Kite stays steady
    Tom Kite doesn't mince words. He keeps reality in focus. We are fallen people living in a fallen world. Adversity will come, along with triumph. The key, according to Kite, is not straying too far in the wrong direction. In golf, that could refer to a...
  • AERIE plans go back to Coastal Commission

    CORONA DEL MAR — After the Coastal Commission denied approval of the AERIE project last spring, developer Richard Julian downsized plans and is going back before the agency on Wednesday, with a staff report recommending partial approval of the...
  • Police suspect 'brothel' activity at massage parlors

    COSTA MESA — Seven massage parlors all within one business complex were accused of being fronts for prostitution and served search warrants Friday by police, prosecutors and immigration officials. "From the layman's perspective, it appears to be a...
  • Massage franchise opens in Newport Beach

    Massage Envy, a national membership-based massage therapy franchise, opened a 2,650 square-foot location in Newport Beach last week, according to a news release. The franchise in Westcliff Plaza at 1052 Irvine Ave. has 11 treatment rooms, and day and...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Egypt during a coup? No problem, couple says

    A Corona del Mar couple's 10th church visit to Egypt in the past dozen years put them in the center of a storm now being called the 2011 Egyptian Revolution. But Monica Moore and Dave Fish said they never feared for their safety as they watched events...