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Recreational and Sporting Goods Industry

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  • Supervisors adopt sex-offender ban in rec areas

    SANTA ANA — Newport Harbor will be affected by the Orange County Board of Supervisors' Tuesday decision to prohibit registered sex offenders from county-owned recreation areas. "We're setting up a safety zone by keeping parks and recreational areas...
  • 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-...
  • Preschoolers get rolling for Passover

    Preschoolers at the Merage Jewish Community Center of Orange County in Irvine got ready to celebrate Passover. The Jewish holiday will begin at sundown April 18, and the preschoolers were busy Thursday using rolling pins and learning how to make matzo....
  • 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...
  • Debate tackles topics of the day

    COSTA MESA — Thursday night's Feet to the Fire Forum, a candidates' debate organized by Orange County media, began with an issue right out of recent headlines: Planning Commissioner Jim Righeimer's decision to get out of his car during a DUI...
  • Frog House faces closure

    The Frog House surf shop, the second-oldest surf shop in Orange County, might have to close its doors because of residential zoning laws. The shop has been at its Newport Shores location since 1962. A few years later, in the 1970s, the land was zoned for...
  • Wednesday's Calendar

    Wednesday's Calendar
    TODAY Networkers Luncheon Meeting The Costa Mesa Chamber Of Commerce hosts at networking luncheon from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Costa Mesa Country Club, 1701 Golf Course Drive. Visitors are welcome and cost is $17. For more information, call (714)...
  • Group goes online with Frog House support

    Ever since word hit the streets that the legendary surf shop, The Frog House, might have to close its doors because of zoning restrictions, locals have been chatting about the possible loss of a Newport Shores icon. They've now taken this chatter to...
  • Council, residents discuss uses for City Hall site

    Editor's note: This version includes the final paragraph missing from an earlier version. NEWPORT BEACH — The City Hall site will likely become some combination of housing, a community center, and public plaza once it's vacated for the new Civic...
  • Council OKs early plans for City Hall site

    NEWPORT BEACH — Setting the stage for the renovation of Lido Marina Village and the reuse of the current City Hall site, the Newport Beach City Council approved a preliminary plan Tuesday that calls for market-rate housing, a community center and...
  • The Coastal Gardner: Hear my story of going California friendly

    I'm convinced gardeners love the outdoors, nature and the Earth more than most people. That's why they garden, to be closer to nature. So when it's time to make decisions about the plants to place into their gardens, these folks are increasingly weighing...