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  • Rizzo spared no expense on his lavish Surf City home

    Rizzo spared no expense on his lavish Surf City home
    HUNTINGTON BEACH — A guided tour of Robert Rizzo's home Friday offered an unusual peek into the affluent lifestyle he built while running blue-collar Bell. When he lived in the house near Huntington Beach's City Hall, the former city manager...
  • Christina Suzanne Reicher & Brent Michael Ball

    Christina Suzanne Reicher & Brent Michael Ball
    Christina Suzanne Reicher & Brent Michael Ball Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reicher of Newport Beach, California, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Christina Suzanne, to Brent Michael Ball, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Ball of Corona del Mar,...
  • She says there's '365 Things to Do in Costa Mesa'

    She says there's '365 Things to Do in Costa Mesa'
    COSTA MESA — When you're done reading this article, real estate insider Holly Schwartz has 365 ideas for what to do with the rest of your day. As author of 365 Things to Do in Costa Mesa, a Torelli Realty blog that highlights local events, places...
  • Jergler: Pricey homes in Laguna, Newport take longer to sell

    Thanks to the soft housing market it takes more time to get a home sold than most sellers would like, and if it seems it takes even longer to sell homes in Newport Beach and Laguna Beach than in many other communities in California, there's a good...
  • Jergler: Housing market back to normal in 2014, UCI professor says

    Although two major reports on housing issued this week contained mixed news, the overall outlook is still nothing to cheer about. A report on Monday from the U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development shows sales of new...
  • Fair deal debated in court

    SANTA ANA — The battle over selling the Orange County Fairgrounds moved from Sacramento to a Santa Ana appellate courtroom Friday. Attorneys for the state, which is trying to sell the 150-acre Costa mesa property, and for a Newport Beach company...
  • Jergler: Scary lending tales common, but not commonplace

    It's a spooky market out there. What's debatable is how much of that can be blamed on lenders who are scared to give up money for mortgages, or whether the market misery is just an inevitable result of the global economic slump. However, many real estate...
  • Jergler: A gnarly new voice in real estate

     Jergler: A gnarly new voice in real estate
    If you were to tune out the din of numerous voices talking shop this weekend at the National Assn. of Realtors Conference & Expo at the Anaheim Convention Center, which is expected to draw nearly 18,000 people in the real estate business from all over the...
  • Commentary: Hawkins twists mayor's message over involvement

    I know my shortcomings. One of which is the inability to understand government — local to federal and everything in between. As a result, I never miss an opportunity to learn more about civics and politics. I've discovered if you look closely,...
  • Laguna crime statistics paint rosier picture

    Violent crime decreased throughout Laguna Beach in 2013, according to police statistics released Thursday. Three rapes, five robberies, 31 aggravated assaults and no homicides were reported last year, a 30% decline over 2012. The 39 offenses represent...
  • On Theater: 'Dog' defies logic, but entertains

    You may not be able to fight city hall, but you can holler until you're blue in the face like the inveterate pet cemetery owner in Thomas Strelich's wild and crazy but strangely affecting "Dog Logic," now on stage at the Costa Mesa Playhouse. Whether...
  • Rogers Severson dies at 72; creator of spinal cord injury fund

    Rogers Severson dies at 72; creator of spinal cord injury fund
    Paralyzed by a spinal cord injury in 1986, real estate developer Rogers Severson sought out a leading rehabilitation facility after doctors told the former college athlete he'd never walk again. Six months later, he walked out of Casa Colina Center for...