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  • Police looking into city contracts

    Costa Mesa police confirmed Friday that they are helping investigate allegations that fiscal policies and procedures were not followed during planning for the city's 60th anniversary celebration. A department spokesman said he couldn't speak to...
  • John "Tyler" Perineau Macdonald, Jr.

    John "Tyler" Perineau Macdonald, Jr.
    John “Tyler” Perineau Macdonald, Jr. After a long and passion filled life, we say goodbye to John Tyler Perineau Macdonald, Jr.  B. Atlanta, Georgia, March 25th, 1924, D. Gig Harbor, Washington, July 7th, 2013 at the age of 89. Tyler...
  • The Triangle seeks OK for new signage

    The Triangle seeks OK for new signage
    A proposal to put advertising at The Triangle is again up for consideration by the Costa Mesa Planning Commission, much to the ire of some Eastside residents who say such signs can lead to visual blight. Greenlaw Partners, the Newport Beach-based...
  • Mailbag: No new signs for The Triangle

  • Offsite ad plan is withdrawn for The Triangle

     Offsite ad plan is withdrawn for The Triangle
    After hearing near-universal disapproval of the possibility of offsite advertising at The Triangle, a representative from the Costa Mesa shopping center's owner withdrew that component of the company's request Tuesday night. Newport Beach-based...
  • Steinberg: How sports thrive in these times

    This country is struggling through the worst economic times since the Great Depression. Millions are out of work, banks are reticent to loan, and the national debt is staggering. As usual, the economy is the central issue and driving force in the...
  • Value, service are key in burgeoning economy

    NEWPORT BEACH — The post-recession consumer expects more value and better service for less cash, prominent community business leaders said Wednesday. The Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce hosted "Strategies for Growth in a Recovering Economy," a...
  • Costa Mesa disputes ad campaign

    COSTA MESA — City Hall is fighting back against an organized labor ad campaign critical of its employee outsourcing plan with a "Fact Check" campaign of its own. "We are trying to make sure the public gets the facts about the Costa Mesa budget...
  • Fashion with a personal touch

    NEWPORT BEACH — Dressing casually can be as challenging as dressing professionally, especially given the array of clothing choices available at South Coast Plaza, Fashion Island and other area centers. "I don't have time to spend hours at a mall or...
  • Using illegal signs to make a new one

    Using illegal signs to make a new one
    NEWPORT BEACH — For the second year, Corona del Mar resident Dan Purcell created a holiday greeting card from the illegal signs he confiscated throughout the city. The 12-foot-square piece with battery-operated Christmas lights used about 120...
  • New Mediterranean eatery opens in Newport Beach

    In the expanding world of fast-casual restaurants, it can be a jungle out there. Hoping to mark out some territory of their own are the franchisee owners of Pita Jungle, a new, family-friendly Mediterranean eatery in Newport Beach. "It's healthy food...
  • Community Commentary: City should push for audit of chamber

    For years, the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce has been a willing recipient of taxpayer dollars, via city "waived permit fees." At expense to other community uses for the funds, the city (from its General Fund) forgave thousands of dollars in un-...