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  • 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...
  • County school board on fence about CdM cheating

    After hours of deliberation, the Orange County Department of Education's board decided Wednesday that it needed more time to determine whether it has the authority to hear the appeals of five Corona del Mar High School students who were expelled for their...
  • District says no to Newport lease request

    The Newport-Mesa Unified District and the city of Newport Beach are negotiating over an area of city land that students at Newport Elementary School use as a playground during recess and lunch. For the past 50 years, the district has leased the park,...
  • Plenty of Little League fun

    Plenty of Little League fun
    When Mike Gillespie spoke to the young athletes of Newport Beach Little League he could've used the time to talk more about his UC Irvine baseball team or even his grand coaching career while leading USC and the Anteaters. But he wanted to stress an...
  • Community & Clubs: Starting the long journey of caregiving

    Community & Clubs: Starting the long journey of caregiving
    Hoag Hospital and the Alzheimer's Family Services Center are sponsoring a spirituality conference on "Navigating the Journey of Caregiving" on March 28. The day begins with registration and a hot breakfast from 7:15 to 7:45 a.m., with the program...
  • 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...
  • Foley officially declares council candidacy

    Foley officially declares council candidacy
    Katrina Foley, a Newport-Mesa Unified School District trustee, officially launched her campaign for Costa Mesa City Council on Wednesday night. Costa Mesa Mayor Jim Righeimer, longtime resident Lee Ramos, Tony Capitelli, who is the son-in-law of Newport...
  • The Crowd: 1221 adds up to student assistance

    The Crowd: 1221 adds up to student assistance
    The value of education remains a priority for a majority of Newport-Mesa parents, as well as for citizens at large. America needs an educated population. Worldwide competition is more demanding than ever. The difficulty in gaining university...
  • District talks of offering specialty areas of study

    Flagship programs, which allow students to specialize in a specific subject from kindergarten through graduation, could be implemented in the Newport-Mesa Unified School District by next school year. The Costa Mesa, Corona del Mar, Estancia and...