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  • Locals still going strong

    When September rolls around, it is always interesting to see how local girls' volleyball players are doing as they extend their playing days in college. Whether they play one season or all four years, it is a special time in their lives. Newport Harbor'...
  • Briefs: Bowie returns to UCI

    Former UC Irvine post player Lauren Bowie, formerly known as Lauren Yadon, was recently named director of women's basketball operations at her alma mater. Bowie was an assistant coach at La Verne the last three seasons. She averaged 7.8 points and 4.0...
  • Alderton: Hong bears down

    Erin Hong said her younger brother Bryan "dragged her into" golf. I'm sure she's thankful he did. Erin, a senior at Sage Hill School, helped the Lightning to a second-place regular-season finish in the Academy League and is gearing up for the CIF...
  • City Lights: World's still around, but things are changing here

    I know you're all disappointed. And here in the newsroom, we're taking it harder than anyone. According to the ancient Mayan calendar, the world was supposed to end Friday. The news always slows down around the holidays, so we at Times Community News...
  • The best wines go toward education

    The best wines go toward education
    Wine lovers will help underserved youth get to college during the Wooden Floor's sixth annual Keep the Promise wine tasting benefit. Proceeds will go to the Santa Ana-based after-school program, which provides arts and educational programs to 375 low-...
  • UC Irvine, Intel partner on $12.5-million research center

    UC Irvine, Intel partner on $12.5-million research center
    UC Irvine is home to a new $12.5-million research center funded by chip makerIntel Corp., the company announced Tuesday. The center, named the Intel Science and Technology Center for Social Computing, applies social science and the humanities to the...
  • Entrepreneur announces candidacy for Costa Mesa City Council

    Entrepreneur announces candidacy for Costa Mesa City Council
    The field of candidates for three Costa Mesa City Council seats grew by one Tuesday, with local marketing entrepreneur Harold Weitzberg entering the race. A registered Democrat seeking the nonpartisan seat, Weitzberg, 63, has lived in Costa Mesa since...
  • Carrie LeeAnn Widder and James Richard Robertson, Jr.

    Carrie LeeAnn Widder and James Richard Robertson, Jr.
    Carrie LeeAnn Widder and James Richard Robertson, Jr. Mark and Tracy Widder of Newport Beach are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter Carrie LeeAnn Widder to James Richard Robertson, Jr. son of James and Nancy Robertson of Wolverine Lake,...
  • Wooden Floor raises the ceiling

    Wooden Floor raises the ceiling
    Itzel Guerrero can't imagine her life without the Wooden Floor. She tries to picture it sometimes, but fails. Most likely, she doesn't want to. So many experiences during her 18 years have taken root in the nonprofit's Santa Ana campus, she admits....
  • Buckingham heads to NYU

    Newport Harbor High senior Sarah Buckingham, an outside hitter who showed great improvement in her final season with the Sailors, will continue to play volleyball at New York University, she said Friday. Buckingham, who earned All-Sunset League second-...
  • The College Conversation: Students can thrive, Ivy school or not

    When I sit down with a client who tells me he wants to attend an Ivy League institution, I always ask, "Which one?" The response is often, "It doesn't matter, just that it's Ivy League." When asking for specific names, the student lists them: "You...
  • 10 years of a dream

    10 years of a dream
    NEWPORT COAST — It usually takes one person to catalyze a movement, but it takes a group of people to pull it off. That's Dori Koll's synopsis on how Sage Hill School, a small private high school she helped found, opened its doors and corridors 10...