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  • $4.5M headed to taxpayer pockets, district says

    The Newport-Mesa Unified School District has sold $76 million in municipal bonds, saving taxpayers an estimated $4.5 million by refinancing debt under voter-approved Measure A. Paul Reed, the district's chief business official, told the seven-member...
  • For Marines, the gift of being 'home'

    COSTA MESA — More than 100 Camp Pendleton Marines who would otherwise eat their Christmas dinners in the mess hall will enjoy home-cooked meals, thanks to scores of Costa Mesa residents who have offered them seats at their dinner tables. The idea...
  • It's A Gray Area: Are TSA procedures really making us safer?

    Last year, thousands and thousands of Americans at the airport lost at least 30 minutes of their lifetimes by standing in longer lines and complying with all of the TSA's increasingly laborious, invasive and time-consuming restrictions. Has anyone...
  • Simulated trouble

    Simulated trouble
    HAWTHORNE — "Snow" fell on John Wayne Airport runways on Friday morning. OK, it was simulated snow, part of an air traffic control simulator demonstration by JWA airport control tower support specialist Joe Santoro. The hypothetical situation...
  • Hubbard's arraignment re-set for Jan. 3

    LOS ANGELES — Newport-Mesa Unified School District Supt. Jeffrey Hubbard's felony arraignment on charges of misappropriation of public funds was postponed Monday till next week as prosecutors and attorneys argued over whether the co-defendant, Karen...
  • Community & Clubs: Finishing up the Rose Parade floats

    There will be no service club meetings this week as they finish up decorating their Rose Parade floats and host the international presidents at luncheons and dinners in the Pasadena area. The Kiwanis International float will be seventh in the parade...
  • Hubbard's preliminary hearing set for Jan. 18

    Hubbard's preliminary hearing set for Jan. 18
    LOS ANGELES — Newport-Mesa Unified Supt. Jeffrey Hubbard pleaded not guilty Monday to two felony counts of misappropriation of funds related to his previous job as schools chief in the Beverly Hills Unified School District. Judge Keith L. Schwartz...
  • Judge: Hubbard case has enough evidence for trial

    A judge in Los Angeles ruled Monday that there is enough evidence for Newport-Mesa Unified School District Supt. Jeffrey Hubbard to stand trial for alleged misappropriation of funds during his previous job as superintendent in the Beverly Hills schools...
  • Breakers have high hopes

    Breakers have high hopes
    IRVINE — Lindsay Davenport got to Southern California less than five hours before Monday's Orange County Breakers season opener. The Breakers' marquee player was playing at Wimbledon the day before. She won the ladies' invitational doubles title...
  • Family of ferry accident to receive rental car refund

    Family of ferry accident to receive rental car refund
    A visiting Taiwanese family whose rental car was pushed off the Balboa Island Ferry and into the harbor Friday morning will have the cost of their car refunded, authorities said. Sean Busking, vice president of Fox Rent A Car — which has rental...
  • Mesa Musings: Flying is a shadow of its former grace

    Has anyone else noticed a marked deterioration in the quality of air travel? Flying used to be glamorous. Not so anymore. When was the last time you felt "special" as you boarded an airplane? Now, as I proceed down a jetway, I'm tempted to emit guttural...
  • Council approves more oversight of Visit Newport Beach

    NEWPORT BEACH — After an audit found that the city visitors bureau was spending public funds without many controls, the City Council approved a contract Tuesday that strengthens its oversight of the private group. The council will now appoint a...