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  • Lynn Langlois Nye December 23, 1944 - February 17, 2014

    Lynn Langlois Nye December 23, 1944 - February 17, 2014
    Lynn passed on Monday, February 17, 2014 in Newport Beach, California at the age of 69. Lynn was born in Seattle, WA on December 23, 1944. She and her husband, Bruce Nye lived in Corona del Mar, California for over 30 years. Lynn graduated from USC with...
  • Biz News: Kids create Fletcher Jones van designs

    Biz News: Kids create Fletcher Jones van designs
    Fletcher Jones Motorcars in Newport Beach recently held a coloring contests for children to design graphics for the Mercedes-Benz dealership's John Wayne Airport shuttle. General Manager Garth Blumenthal ordered the new van to take customers to and from...
  • Newport looks to the future

    Newport Beach staff plan to meet with the State Parks Department to discuss overall operations at Corona del Mar State Beach, where the city recently began considering outsourcing its lifeguard services. The Parks Department expressed interest in...
  • Police association asks court to dismiss lawsuit

    An Orange County Superior Court judge heard oral arguments this week on motions that could potentially strike a lawsuit filed against Costa Mesa's police union, its former law firm and a private investigator. On Monday, in their respective anti-SLAPP...
  • Law firm has come a long way since 1951

    NEWPORT BEACH — Sixty years ago, a lawyer could make his career off the railroads. These days, a more diverse portfolio is required. In 1951, Newport Beach law firm Cummins & White was formed to serve a then-booming business in railroad law with...
  • The Crowd: An emotional event for cerebral palsy

    Julia Argyros last week took the microphone in the grand ballroom of the Balboa Bay Club & Resort. "My first job following graduation from college was working as a speech therapist helping children with disabilities," she told the crowd, as she stood on...
  • Catholic foundation offers business ethics conference

    COSTA MESA — The desire for profit sometimes trumps ethics in the business world, but one local faith organization wants to show that the two can go hand in hand. The Orange Catholic Foundation, which is affiliated with the Roman Catholic Diocese...
  • Man arrested after escaping supervised release

    Charges were filed this week against a man who years ago set up an illegal Newport Beach law firm, according to an FBI representative. Harold David Goldstein, 65, of Clayton, Mo., became a fugitive after escaping his halfway house in Los Angeles,...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Complaints sent in about restaurant employees

    Restaurants may be noisy, and the patrons leaving may make noise. But a bigger problem for some Corona del Mar residents lately has been the noise created by employees as they leave for the night, according to e-mails and complaints sent to Newport...
  • Judges to hear O.C. Fairgrounds case

    The latest, and perhaps final, chapter in the Orange County Fairgrounds saga could begin Friday, when attorneys for the Newport Beach-based company with the winning bid for the property will argue why a hold on the sale should be lifted in the state Court...
  • Paralegal, roommate plead not guilty to forgery

    A former Newport Beach paralegal and her roommate pleaded not guilty Monday to stealing a check from a law firm and using it to fund a lavish spending spree in New York City. Alexa Antonella Polar, 34, and her roommate, Robin Johzen Pabello, 33, both...
  • It's a Gray Area: Time to privatize out government work

    When former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger first took office he promised to address the out-of-control worker's compensation system, and he did. Unfortunately, after making progress on about 15% of the difficulties — the ones that were the easiest...