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  • Jergler: Early 'spring fever' has sprung

    The unseasonably hot weather has many people dressing, acting and thinking like it's spring. In fact, the season isn't all that far off — it's a little less than two months away, starting March 20, according to Farmer's Almanac. But some real...
  • Former Harbor volleyball star Liz Lord dies of cancer

    Former Harbor volleyball star Liz Lord dies of cancer
    When the Newport Beach and Orange County volleyball communities learned of Liz Lord's harsh diagnosis of brain cancer, they came together to help and support the former Newport Harbor High standout. Now those people are mourning for her. Lord died...
  • A sobering last call for alcoholic

    A sobering last call for alcoholic
    The numbers are mind-boggling. About 520 arrests in Newport Beach. At least 277 cases filed against him by prosecutors in Orange County. Plus an unknown amount in Hawaii, Los Angeles or any of the other places he landed after a stint in jail or rehab....
  • 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...
  • Goldenrod 6 owner: Tension is escalating

    Goldenrod 6 owner: Tension is escalating
    The Goldenrod 6 may become the Longhorn 6 if the owner of the Corona del Mar chicken flock moves out of state. Michael Resk said escalating tension with his neighbor has made him contemplate moving "the Ladies" he's kept for 18 months at his home on...
  • Apodaca: Authorities must listen to and protect our children

    Once again, adults entrusted with the care of children have let them down. If you've been following the news lately, you've no doubt been horrified by accounts of a Los Angeles elementary school teacher who allegedly subjected students to lewd acts,...
  • Briefs: Tarbut V' Torah makes history

    The Tarbut V'Torah boys' soccer team defeated Saddleback Valley Christian, 4-0, on Tuesday, capping an undefeated San Joaquin League season and claiming the first outright league crown in program history. Dan Friedman and Zev Gollis each scored twice for...
  • 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...