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  • Foley will lead Mesa High School Foundation

    Katrina Foley, Newport-Mesa Unified School District trustee, is the new president of the Costa Mesa High School Foundation. The foundation announced a new slate of 14 officers Thursday during its annual meeting and lunch at the Capital Grille in South...
  • Trustees vote to expel CdM students from school

    Trustees vote to expel CdM students from school
    After more than five hours of deliberation, Newport-Mesa Unified District trustees voted to remove from Corona del Mar High School the 11 students accused of participating in a detailed cheating scheme. Around 12:30 a.m., trustees emerged from their...
  • High School Roundup: Sage Hill edges St. Margaret's

    High School Roundup: Sage Hill edges St. Margaret's
    GIRLS' SOCCER Sage Hill 2, St. Margaret's 1 Claire Novotny scored the game-winning goal on a free kick in the 73rd minute in Friday's Academy League game at Sage Hill. Paige Burke also scored in the 14th minute for Sage Hill, which beat rival St....
  • Discipline cases on board's agenda

    Newport-Mesa Unified District trustees Tuesday night could decide the fate of the Corona del Mar High students accused of participating in a cheating scheme that dates back to April 2013. With the help of a private tutor, Timothy Lance Lai, of Irvine,...
  • Virgen: Raising money and having fun is all par for the course

    Virgen: Raising money and having fun is all par for the course
    Late Monday afternoon during the ninth annual Mesa Verde Classic, Louise Fiduccia called out with three inviting words on Hole No. 17 at Mesa Verde Country Club. "It's martini time," Fiduccia said to golfers who approached the 17th tee. One of the...
  • Affidavit traces origins of suspected scandal

    The detailed cheating scheme that resulted in the suspension of roughly a dozen Corona del Mar High School students probably began in April 2013, court documents show. The students are accused of attaching a keylogger — a small device that can...
  • Assembly candidates introduce themselves

    Before a backdrop festooned with American flags and paintings of charging elephants, the four candidates vying for what will be an open 74th Assembly District seat traded conservative credentials at a Newport Mesa Tea Party Patriots event Thursday night....
  • Senior center board dissects audit

    Board members and staff of the Costa Mesa Senior Center met Tuesday morning to formally discuss a recently released independent audit forecasting a "fiscal crisis" at the facility. After some 90 minutes of discussion, the board voted to formalize in...
  • Mailbag: School district should expel alleged CdM hackers

    Re. "Students may get to stay in district," [Jan. 19]: Students caught cheating by allegedly hacking into teachers' computers should be expelled from the district. I am very familiar with restorative justice — an alternative to expulsions —...
  • It's a psychedelic golf tournament

    The Mesa Verde Classic is back, and it's going way back to the 1960s as its theme. The 9th annual golf fundraising event is Monday when organizers will have something psychedelic and fun at each hole at Mesa Verde Country Club. "It's going to be the...
  • Students may get to stay in district

    Students involved in the Corona del Mar High School grade-changing incident may not be forced to leave the district. The roughly dozen CdM students accused of hacking into the high school's computers to access tests and change grades are facing...
  • Searching for an answer for Costa Mesa's homeless

    The sentiment during a community workshop Thursday evening at Costa Mesa City Hall was nearly unanimous: Helping the homeless is vital, humane and complicated. What wasn't so clear was how to help that troubled segment of the city's population, a...