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Recreational and Sporting Goods Industry

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  • City seeks permit, designers for Marina project

    Editor's note: This corrects the name of the mobile home park. A six-year-old plan to turn public property that currently houses 53 mobile homes into a more public-use friendly space is moving forward as the city prepares to award a service agreement...
  • In Theory

    A recent installment of "In Theory" focused on a project by a Muslim group to build a YMCA-like community center a block from the old World Trade Center site in Lower Manhattan. The project's promoters in the Muslim community said they didn't see this...
  • Hobie Alter dies at 80; shaped Southern California surf culture

    Hobie Alter dies at 80; shaped Southern California surf culture
    When he was a young man, Hobie Alter had a clear vision of his future: He didn't want a job that would require hard-soled shoes, and he didn't want to work east of Pacific Coast Highway. He succeeded. The son of a second-generation orange grower,...
  • Former F.V. teen dies in snowboarding accident

    A teenager who recently moved from Fountain Valley to the Lake Tahoe area died Tuesday after a snowboarding accident at a ski resort. Wyatt James Colvard, 18, who lived in Kings Beach, died of internal injuries from blunt force trauma, according to...
  • Seniors get help fighting fraud

    Seniors get help fighting fraud
    Elder abuse can take many forms, and in Laguna Beach seniors have a variety of groups ready to offer assistance to fight off those who mean to do harm. The few instances of elder abuse reported in Laguna have trended toward tricking people out of...
  • On Harbor Boulevard, a pretense of business as usual

    On Harbor Boulevard, a pretense of business as usual
    The protests that roiled Anaheim this summer had no regular home base, no Zuccotti Park or Tahrir Square. Instead, demonstrators angry over a series of shootings by Anaheim police marched on several days along Harbor Boulevard and a handful of other...
  • Annual Halloween event continues in new spot

    Annual Halloween event continues in new spot
    It had been floating around in Tony Nobles' mind that maybe he shouldn't put on his legendary Halloween extravaganza this year. It would be too soon after his home in Fountain Valley was destroyed by fire in January. But organizing the free event for 15...
  • Retail Therapy: Pssst ... try the cherry Coke blend

    Free refreshment: The annual free Slurpee day at 7-Eleven is slated for (you guessed it) Thursday, July 11 (7/11). All customers will receive a bigger-than-ever 12-ounce frozen slushy beverage, no strings attached. Flavors vary by location and may include...
  • Flood victims can get loans at Laguna SBA offices

    Laguna Beach residents and businesses damaged in the recent flooding will be able to apply for low-interest federal Small Business Administration loans from an office in Laguna Beach. SBA advisors will be stationed at the Laguna Beach Chamber of...
  • Greer's OC: Laguna mansion to open for tours

    Starting on April 24 and running through May 20, the Philharmonic Society of Orange County will present its 20th Philharmonic House of Design in Laguna Beach. By touring a grand estate in Laguna, you'll directly affect the lives of children by helping to...
  • Wrecking ball renders final verdict on Wild Rivers water park

    Wrecking ball renders final verdict on Wild Rivers water park
    Wild Rivers' endless summer is finally over. The Orange County water park that had been living on borrowed time for the last five seasons is now just a memory. After more than a quarter of a century of water slides and wave pools, Wild Rivers failed...
  • Joe Surf: A wake-up call in Peru

    Remember returning to school after the summer and having to write an essay, "How I spent my summer vacation"? Axel Eaton, about to enter his junior year at Newport Harbor High School, will have some pretty good material to go on — surely more than...