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  • Briefs: UCI ace collects plaudits

    UC Irvine junior Matt Summers, who threw a no-hitter against Long Beach State Friday, has been named National Player of the Week by Collegiate Baseball, as well as Pitcher of the Week by the Big West Conference. Summers struck out five, walked one and...
  • Skating past the competition

    Costa Mesa High School's skateboarding team took first place in an OC Skateboarding League contest Friday at Volcom Skate Park in Costa Mesa. The team competed against three other high school teams — Northwood, San Clemente and Mission Viejo....
  • Eating away at your carbon footprint

    Eating away at your carbon footprint
    COSTA MESA — Following a "low-carbon diet" would help reduce the Earth's carbon footprint, but it can also taste better, Vera Chang said. To prove her point, she brought in small plastic glasses filled with orange juice and orange soda and two...
  • Skateboarding league opens with bang

    COSTA MESA — Students from 10 different Orange County and San Diego teams kicked off the National Scholastic Skateboarding League's season at Volcom's outdoor skatepark in Costa Mesa on Jan. 27. The first of two rounds saw teams from Costa Mesa,...
  • City names Munoz public services director

    Costa Mesa has promoted a city engineer to public services director. Ernesto Munoz, 55, will head the department, which has 163 employees and a budget of $17.3 million and more than $400 million in city assets, city spokesman Bill Lobdell said in a...
  • Skaters in own league

    Dominick Walker graduated from Costa Mesa High last week. The diploma signifies the work Walker did in the classroom. Anyone who watches Walker on the skateboard doesn't need similar written documentation to be aware of his skills. He is one of the...
  • She says there's '365 Things to Do in Costa Mesa'

    She says there's '365 Things to Do in Costa Mesa'
    COSTA MESA — When you're done reading this article, real estate insider Holly Schwartz has 365 ideas for what to do with the rest of your day. As author of 365 Things to Do in Costa Mesa, a Torelli Realty blog that highlights local events, places...
  • Saturday's Calendar

    Saturday's Calendar
    SATURDAY Newport Doctors Greater Newport Physicians and Hoag Hospital present a free informational event to help people understand Medicare and prescription drug options. The event is from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Hoag Conference Center, 3900 W....
  • Volcom collects jeans for homeless

    COSTA MESA — Volcom, a Costa Mesa-based action sports brand, will collect 50,000 jeans and jean jackets and donate them to the homeless. The Volcom Give Jeans a Chance collection drive, which continues through Oct. 31, benefits the National...
  • Authorities: Roof accidentally set on fire during tarring

    A commercial fire reported on Costa Mesa's Westside Tuesday was extinguished in about five minutes, authorities said. A fire was reported at 3:22 p.m. at 1711 Monrovia Ave., near Volcom Entertainment, said Costa Mesa Police Lt. Bob Ciszek. Flames were...
  • Harlan: Business tax spike would not hurt city

    Late in the evening July 17, after the Costa Mesa City Council voluntarily handcuffed the community to an unconscionable contract with Newport Banning Ranch LLC, the council quietly tightened its grip by purposeful inaction. This time, the council...
  • Harlan: Public parks are valued community assets

    Like some of the City Council candidates, I was disappointed that Costa Mesa United decided to cancel its planned Sept. 21 forum to discuss youth sports in our community. Although this is not a topic that everyone cares about, or has a special interest...