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  • Girls' Basketball: Mathis leads Mustangs

    Girls' Basketball: Mathis leads Mustangs
    Crazy things tend to happen when Estancia High visits Costa Mesa in girls' basketball. The Eagles barely earned one-point wins each of the past two seasons in the Mustangs' gym. And on Tuesday night in the Orange Coast League opener for both teams,...
  • Community & Clubs: Think Christmas is over? Not in Serbia

    Community & Clubs: Think Christmas is over? Not in Serbia
    The Tee Room at the Newport Beach Golf Course was packed with 140 family members and friends of the Salata brothers as they celebrated the Serbian Christmas on Jan. 7. Serbian Orthodox Christians, like the Salata brothers, celebrate Christmas on Jan. 7...
  • Top 10 Stories of the Year: Amazing Sea Kings best of 2013

    Top 10 Stories of the Year: Amazing Sea Kings best of 2013
    When it comes to the top 10 Newport-Mesa sports stories of 2013, as selected by the Daily Pilot sports staff, a singular mantra emerges: Work hard. Compete. Win. Celebrate. Repeat. Five of the top six stories in 2013 shared similar status in 2012,...
  • Mesa's Crenshaw named league MVP

    Mesa's Crenshaw named league MVP
    Costa Mesa High senior Oronde Crenshaw took home the Orange Coast League MVP honor after a stellar all-around football season in which he led the Mustangs to an undefeated league title, their first in five years. Crenshaw, a running back, middle...
  • Estancia's Griffith, Huber honored, along with Mesa's Willett

    Estancia High senior middle blocker Abby Griffith and senior libero Kai Huber, as well as Costa Mesa junior middle blocker Stephanie Willett, received first-team All-Orange Coast League accolades in girls' volleyball. Griffith and Huber led the Eagles...
  • Court panel reverses Hubbard convictions

    Court panel reverses Hubbard convictions
    Nearly two years after a jury found former Newport-Mesa Unified School District Supt. Jeffrey Hubbard guilty of misappropriating public funds, a state appellate court panel reversed his two felony convictions Tuesday. Hubbard was convicted in January...
  • Maya making magic

    Maya making magic
    Estancia High sophomore Maya Van Den Heever is used to the long airplane ride between California and the Solomon Islands. Usually Maya and her twin sister Nefertiti make it at winter break in December. They go back to the Solomon Islands to see their...
  • Newport-Mesa helps players, fans prepare for the big game

    Newport-Mesa helps players, fans prepare for the big game
    Newport Beach, accustomed to entertaining visitors, lavished luxury on a special clientele this week: Bowl Championship Series football players and their fans. The coastal city geared up to serve as the home base for the teams participating in Monday'...
  • Apodaca: Big changes are ahead in 2014

    2014 promises to be an eventful year in education. Big changes are underway in everything from the way students are taught to the funding formula. The progression of technology and emerging social concerns will have a profound impact on learning. The...
  • City won't forgo its share of property tax

    As it looks now, the proposed charter for the city of Costa Mesa won't include giving up the city's share of property tax. Charter Committee member Hank Panian's seemingly radical idea to gradually forfeit the revenue — which, in turn, would...
  • Police search home of CdM tutor

    Newport Beach police investigators searched the Irvine home of the tutor police suspect assisted a dozen Corona del Mar High School students in a recent grade-changing scheme, authorities confirmed Thursday. Police have been looking for Timothy Lance...
  • Commentary: Learning to follow your heart

    I've heard it said that people won't change until they hurt enough that they have to. Based upon a recent experience, I believe this statement to be true. Late last year, I experienced intermittent feelings of discomfort in the center of my chest. My dad...