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  • Religious leaders encircle City Hall in prayer

    Religious leaders encircle City Hall in prayer
    COSTA MESA — With heads bowed and the rain pouring over them, local church leaders and hundreds of congregants encircled Costa Mesa City Hall in prayer Monday. Representing numerous faiths, they prayed in a show of support as the city recovers...
  • City Hall hires columnist for contract

    COSTA MESA — As City Hall works to emerge from the throes of a public relations crisis brought on by planned layoffs, budget problems and a suicide at the civic center, officials announced that they have hired Daily Pilot columnist William Lobdell...
  • CdM alumni game coming

    Corona del Mar High will have its annual alumni baseball game Feb. 19. The program does not charge for playing, but it will be accepting donations and contributions. The game will feature a team made up of players who played in 1999 or before against...
  • O.C. Bargainista: Learn professional cooking tips

    Freebie of the Week: Restore equilibrium in your life with a free two-hour seminar and cooking demonstration by Food University and Family Circle Magazine at 2 p.m. Sunday at IKEA, 1475 South Coast Drive, Costa Mesa. Learn the basics to cooking like a...
  • Newport library story goes national

    NEWPORT BEACH — Reporters from the "Today" show and Al Jazeera don't call Newport's City Hall too often. But they did last week after the Daily Pilot and Los Angeles Times published a story that went viral, and in the city's eyes, spiraled out...
  • Costa Mesa is Tweeting away

    The city of Costa Mesa is now connected to Facebook and Twitter. To communicate better with the public and become more transparent, Costa Mesa has launched Facebook and Twitter accounts, the city announced Monday in a news release. "We're excited to...
  • Frog House to plead its case before Planning Commission

    Frog House to plead its case before Planning Commission
    The Frog House surf shop will take another leap toward preservation Thursday when the Newport Beach Planning Commission reviews its application to remain a business. Owner TK Brimer and representatives of other properties on West Coast Highway will...
  • Newport throwers take their show to Arcadia

    Newport Harbor High is taking five shot put throwers to the 44th annual Arcadia Invitational on Saturday that have each recorded throws over 55 feet this season. Throwing coach Tony Ciarelli posted on Facebook that the five are the first from a high...
  • Commission approves Frog House's rezoning application

    NEWPORT BEACH — The Newport Beach Planning Commission approved the Frog House and nearby businesses' applications Thursday night to change their properties' zoning, and if the City Council agrees, the businesses will be able to stay. The nearly 50-...
  • Voices organize against Costa Mesa layoff efforts

    COSTA MESA — A community campaign to halt potential layoffs to nearly half of the city's workforce shows no sign of slowing, as organized labor continues to pump money into an effort that spans TV, print and online media. "We're just making sure...
  • Friends of the Library: Costa Mesa libraries are bustling with activity

    There is a lot going on in our three Costa Mesa libraries. People are checking out books, students are doing homework, people of all ages are doing research for projects, and there are people working on English as a second language. There are programs...
  • 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...