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  • Conservancy takes aim at Banning Ranch

    Conservancy takes aim at Banning Ranch
    More than 125 residents and community activists gathered in Costa Mesa to discuss Banning Ranch, a proposed development in West Newport that opponents argue will burden humans and wildlife. The Thursday night meeting at the Neighborhood Community Center...
  • Council explores Sunset Ridge parking

    As construction of Sunset Ridge Park gets underway, one question has been worrying city staff: Where will visitors park? A possible solution emerged Tuesday, when staff explained during a Newport Beach City Council study session that a 64-space pay...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Ready for a triple-size library?

    Things may be happening on the library front. The city is considering exchanging the Costa Mesa/Donald Dungan Library (7,500 square feet) with the Neighborhood Community Center building, which would make the library three times as big. The meeting room...
  • New religious school could answer city's prayers

    A group interested in founding a private Christian high school in Newport Beach found a possible location at the site of their alma mater, a school that has since been converted into the West Newport Community Center. Newport Beach is hoping to get a...
  • Letters From the Editor: 2014's Feet to the Fire Forum series should sizzle

    When Orange County Register columnist Barbara Venezia and I met four years ago at the Balboa Yacht Club, we began an unlikely friendship. I say unlikely because we worked for competing papers. And she, to put it mildly, was as outgoing as her red hair...
  • Community center as new central library?

    Costa Mesa Mayor Jim Righeimer on Tuesday called for converting the Neighborhood Community Center into a large central library. If accomplished, the 24,000-square-foot downtown facility in Lions Park would be considerably larger than the other three...
  • Bo knows Sacred Heart Prep

    Bo knows Sacred Heart Prep
    Every college football season, Bo St. Geme and his father, Ed St. Geme, make a trip up north to catch a Stanford game. The father and son tend to stay at a family member's house in Menlo Park, which is a short drive to the stadium on campus. The...
  • Council to consider converting community center to library

    Council to consider converting community center to library
    The Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday will consider a proposal to transform the city's Neighborhood Community Center into a large central library. City staff are recommending that the council approve spending $75,000 to $100,000 to hire an architect to...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Pool fundraising effort underway

    A wall of shimmering, glittering glass fish swarming a Sea King mascot could help fund new locker rooms for the Marian Bergeson Aquatic Center on the Corona del Mar High School campus. The $1-million project would replace dilapidated restrooms with 3,...
  • Community & Clubs: Interfaith Council celebrates 'Bridge Builders'

    As part of its Open Faiths-Open Doors Week, the Newport-Mesa-Irvine Interfaith Council honored seven individuals, a congregation and two groups with "Bridge Builder Awards" for their leadership in promoting interfaith dialogue and understanding, according...
  • Three local firms tabbed for new ExplorOcean

    The Newport Harbor Nautical Museum / ExplorOcean on Friday announced the names of the architectural, creative design and construction management firms that will work on its future waterfront site. The ongoing expansion plans aim to create ExplorOcean...
  • Comedian performed in duo for '60s, '70s TV

    Comedian performed in duo for '60s, '70s TV
    Comedian Bill Skiles, one half of the Skiles and Henderson comedic team with Newport-Mesa roots who went on to appear on "The Ed Sullivan Show," "The Tonight Show" and other TV programs in the 1960s and 70s, has died. He was 79. Skiles died of kidney...