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  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • District: Mesa Water in good shape

    With sandwiches and salads in hand — as well as water to wash it all down — about 20 attendees heard about the goings-on of their local water supplier on Wednesday morning. The occasion at the Costa Mesa Senior Center was Mesa Water District...
  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • 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...