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  • Young runners show their spirit

    Young runners show their spirit
    Sweaty and visibly exhausted from their mile-long run, a group of boys from Harbor View Elementary School stood in a circle showing off their newly earned participation medals. A parent walked over and high-fived each boy. Ben Schaefer, a fifth-grader...
  • Virgen's View: Wayne, others dance for children's cause

    Virgen's View: Wayne, others dance for children's cause
    Dance is an art form that can be symbolic of life. Marisa Wayne knows this to be true. Wayne, a Newport Beach resident and an owner of GRIT Cycle in Costa Mesa, has been working on a special routine for the Assistance League of Newport-Mesa's seventh...
  • Mesa principal moving to district position

    Costa Mesa High School Principal Phil D'Agostino is being tapped to head up discipline for Newport-Mesa Unified, district officials confirmed Thursday. Jane Garland, former director of student services, resigned in February after she accused district...
  • Pirates too much for San Diego Mesa

    When is too much of a good thing just that? Orange Coast College men's volleyball coach Travis Turner was not afraid to admit that after losing just four sets during a 10-0 start, it was time for a little adversity. So, when sophomore starting outside...
  • High School Roundup: CdM sweeps Laguna Beach

    BOYS' VOLLEYBALL Corona del Mar def. Laguna Beach Ryan Moss and Joey Martino (four digs) recorded 11 kills each to lead the Sea Kings to a 25-19, 27-25, 25-21 nonleague win at CdM Tuesday. Kevin Fults (eight kills), Tommy Brooks (three kills and four...
  • High School Baseball: Eagles beat Mesa again

    The Battle for the Bell baseball opener went eight innings, and the usual team won yet again. It wasn't the usual dominating effort turned in by Estancia High. Costa Mesa appears to have closed the gap in the rivalry. Extra innings decided the outcome...
  • Spirit Run will raise money for area schools

    Spirit Run will raise money for area schools
    Students, teachers and families from Newport Beach and Costa Mesa will lace up their running shoes and race around Fashion Island on Sunday morning to support local schools and encourage youth fitness. The 31st annual Newport-Mesa Spirit Run, which...
  • Commentary: Community must fight to preserve Banning Ranch

    The effort to preserve a uniquely situated piece of open space rages on as herons, egrets, owls and hawks hunt for prey on Banning Ranch. After the recent dose of solid rains, native plants are sprouting across the arroyos and grasslands of the mesa,...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Who is the best teacher in Costa Mesa?

    Four finalists in the Costa Mesa Library Foundation's Costa Mesa's Favorite Teacher contest will be announced in mid-April. They will be honored and the winner announced at a fundraising event on May 17 at the Avenue of the Arts Wyndham Hotel. The...
  • Public service announcement: Newport-Mesa names Vicki Snell to the school board

    Following a public interview process on March 4, the Newport-Mesa Unified School District selected Vicki Snell to replace David Brooks as the representative for Trustee Area 1. The board of education had previously announced the resignation of Brooks...
  • Costa Mesa mayor's dinner set for May 8

    The second annual Costa Mesa mayor's dinner will take place May 8 at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts. The event, dubbed "Celebrating the Art of Leadership," will be held in the center's Samueli Theatre beginning at 5:30 p.m. This year's honorees...
  • Committee votes to send proposed charter to council

    Most members of the Costa Mesa Charter Committee gave a thumbs-up Wednesday night to sending the draft of the charter they created to the City Council for further review. The 13-member committee met about 15 times over 10 months, debating all the way to...