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  • PTA member named to board

    Newport-Mesa Unified District trustees voted Tuesday evening to appoint a long-time Costa Mesa resident and Parent Teacher Association member to fill the soon-to-be-vacant seat on the school board. Vicki Snell, who has spent the past 15 years...
  • At-large voting: Latino handicap?

    At-large voting: Latino handicap?
    The way Juana Trejo remembers it, the heavy double doors of Costa Mesa's City Council chambers hit her on the way in. She stood in the doorway. A sea of unfamiliar faces turned to look at her. Some were laughing. It was her first time at City Hall,...
  • Newport-Mesa weathers first day of storm

    Newport-Mesa weathers first day of storm
    As a much-needed storm dumped rain over Southern California Friday, officials throughout the Newport-Mesa area said — for the most part — disaster was averted. "We're doing all our normal stuff, and so far, luckily, it's been uneventful,"...
  • Mailbag: Outsourcing can obscure transparency

    While law enforcement authorities are considering the finances of Costa Mesa's 60th anniversary celebration (the city's report on the matter was handed over to the district attorney for review), the public is getting an object lesson in the perils of...
  • Parks commission talks about field use

    If Costa Mesa sports boosters had their way, there would be light. Enough of it, at least, so that the throngs of children and adults could toss, punt, pass, kick, bat and throw the ball around until 9 or 10 p.m. Such was the prevailing sentiment...
  • Letters From The Editor: Venezia and I will talk about political forums on the radio

    By now you've probably read about the Feet to the Fire Forum lineup planned for 2014. Those are the political debates I host with my friends from the Orange County Register and Voice of O.C. We're planning to interview candidates for county supervisor,...
  • Newport-Mesa employees honored

    Newport-Mesa employees honored
    Well-wishers and friends packed into the Newport-Mesa Unified School District's board chambers Tuesday night to honor the district's teachers and classified employees of the year. Mary Widtmann, who teaches a fourth- and fifth-grade combination class,...
  • Eat, then drink, and be merry

    Eat, then drink, and be merry
    It was not "Mad Men" protagonist Don Draper's name or profession that viewers learned first. It was his drink of choice: "Do this again — old-fashioned, please." Whether meeting clients or dining with his wife, Megan, that's what the advertising...
  • Venezia: My political column is returning home to the Pilot

    Venezia: My political column is returning home to the Pilot
    My friendship with John Canalis, editor of the Daily Pilot, is both strange and wonderful. He's wonderful and I'm just strange! But all kidding aside, since we met more than four years ago, not only have we put our heads together creating the ground-...
  • Report: Departing cops cite political tensions

    Within the past four years, 25 members of the Costa Mesa police force have said they left the department because of the city's contentious political environment, according to a recent city report. The official memo, distributed to the City Council on...
  • For The Record

    Mesa Water District: Paul Shoenberger's name was spelled correctly in the byline of the Feb. 24 commentary "Mesa Water has been doing things right" but incorrectly in the piece's biographical tagline at the bottom.
  • Community & Clubs: Meet Mike Scheafer, the Lions king

    Longtime Costa Mesa volunteer Mike Scheafer will be honored with the 2014 Distinguished Alumni Award by the Estancia & TeWinkle Schools Foundation on March 22 at a dinner dance at the Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa called "Blues on the Bayou." Scheafer...