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  • Briefs: Jock to be honored

    UC Irvine two-time track All-American Charles Jock will be recognized at the San Diego Hall of Champions' 66th annual Salute to the Champions Dinner Wednesday night at the Town and Country Resort Hotel. Jock, a senior at UCI, is one of the honorees in...
  • Restaurant settles lawsuit involving racial slurs

    A Corona del Mar man's federal lawsuit alleging that racial epithets were put on his restaurant receipts has been settled, court records show. In his civil complaint filed last March, Mark McHenry says he found the N-word and variants of it on several of...
  • Professor remembered as a legal ally

    Friends of a Chapman University law professor who died after falling from a parking structure last week remembered her as a legal ally to supporters of same-sex marriage. Mary "Katherine" Baird Darmer was one of the founding members and served as the...
  • Daily Pilot will remain free online

    The Los Angeles Times' announcement Friday that it would start charging for full access to its website will not affect the Daily Pilot or other newspapers in the company's community news division. Starting March 5, readers who do not subscribe to The...
  • Pet of The Week

    A 46-year-old woman told Community Animal Network volunteers that she was taking her two cats to the county pound because she was moving in with her boyfriend who didn't like cats. The single woman's comments motivated volunteer Jen Carmichael to post...
  • The Harbor Report: BYC's 66 Series starts on St. Patrick's Day

    Can you feel it? Can you hear it? Man, I can smell it and I cannot stand it any longer! Yes, this dog can still hunt and it is time to come out of hibernation and go boating. This year's 2012 Newport High Point Series is off the starting line, and if...
  • Construction equipment stolen from The Helm

    COSTA MESA — Thieves broke into The Helm and stole construction equipment being used to transform the now-closed Newport Boulevard dive bar into a chic lounge, police said Tuesday. Costa Mesa police believe three suspects forced open a secured door...
  • City launches new daily newscasts for online, public TV

    COSTA MESA — In an effort to keep residents abreast of City Hall events, the city has launched daily newscasts online and on public-access television. Called "Costa Mesa Minute," the two- to three-minute videos can be watched on Costa Mesa TV...
  • Friends of the Library: Mesa Verde booksale is next weekend

    It has been a long time since a booksale has taken place at the Mesa Verde Library. But next weekend you will have the opportunity to make great buys on great books. The sale at the library, 2969 Mesa Verde Drive, Costa Mesa, will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p....
  • Were they 'foolishly fearless' picks?

    Not a week into producing Costa Mesa's latest public outreach effort, the "Costa Mesa Minute" daily video production, Dane Bora risked his viewership Thursday with his first "foolishly fearless" high school football picks. His picks don't favor the local...
  • Friends of the Library: Library to take part in earthquake drill

    The western part of Southern California is highly susceptible to earthquakes and their effects. Numerous fault lines crisscross southern California and no one within the region lives more than 10 miles from an active fault. At 10:20 a.m. Oct. 20, the...
  • Facebook page for child abduction cases launched

    The Orange County district attorney's office has created a Facebook page for ongoing child abduction cases it is pursuing, the office announced Wednesday. The D.A.'s Child Abduction Unit has a 100-case workload, with six featured on the Facebook page,...