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  • City improves safety at Newport Harbor High

    City officials have begun implementing safety measures at a crosswalk in front of Newport Harbor High School, where an allegedly intoxicated driver critically injured a student in December. Public Works Director Steve Badum outlined the changes during...
  • Briefs: Vanguard vies in NAIA event

    The Vanguard University women's basketball team begins play in the NAIA Tournament on Wednesday at the Frankfort Convention Center in Frankfort, Ky. The Lions (23-6), ranked No. 13 in the final NAIA poll, are making their 11th straight appearance in...
  • Newport Harbor student receives $10K scholarship

     Newport Harbor student receives $10K scholarship
    Paul Tadross has racked up 170 hours of volunteer work at Hoag Hospital. He started a senior-freshman mentor program at Newport Harbor High School, where he is the ASB president. Now he can add another impressive note to his résumé. Tadross, 17, was...
  • Meaning in CdM triumph

    COSTA MESA — A special meaning was at the forefront of a nonleague boys' volleyball match Tuesday, between Corona del Mar High and Edison at Orange Coast College. While the Sea Kings defeated the Chargers in three straight sets, 25-17, 25-9, 25-13,...
  • Council decision removes fire rings at beaches

    Council decision removes fire rings at beaches
    Newport Beach City Manager Dave Kiff met with staff Wednesday to discuss the next steps after the City Council voted to remove fire rings at local beaches, an official said. The council voted Tuesday unanimously and without any debate to ask staff to...
  • Newport-Mesa Spirit Run 'like a carnival'

    Newport-Mesa Spirit Run 'like a carnival'
    There will be more than just races to run at the 29th annual Newport-Mesa Spirit Run on Sunday. There is indeed something for everyone: cheerleaders from four schools, a high school jazz band, a deejay, breakfast by Plum's Cafe and a Camp Newport Expo...
  • State moves to revoke rehab home's license

    State regulators have moved to revoke the license of Morningside Recovery, the widely criticized drug and alcohol rehabilitation operator, and have ordered the company to stop treating patients at three of its Costa Mesa treatment centers. The news comes...
  • Police, prosecution recognized for work [Updated]

    Police, prosecution recognized for work [Updated]
    The Newport Beach Police Department on Thursday honored its staff for devotion and heroism in the field and the Orange County district attorney's office for closing an unsolved murder case. At the annual Police Appreciation Breakfast, the top honor,...
  • 'Long shot' chance proves lifesaving

    La Misión is a small, coastal Baja town. Well, actually, in reality three small communities make up the larger area called La Misión, population 920, according to the 2010 census. Most of the roads are dirt. There isn't a single stoplight, though there...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Port Theater could reopen in April

    The Port Theater, which has been closed since 1998, could reopen in time for the 2012 Newport Beach Film Festival's opening in April. Dennis Baker told members of the Corona del Mar Residents Assn. board at a meeting on Thursday that a film festival...
  • Woodbridge's Babcock makes early statement

    Molly Babcock couldn't believe her eyes. She crossed the finish line in first place in the 1,600 meters at last week's Irvine Invitational track meet — no surprise there — but had to do a double-take when she saw her posted time. 4 minutes,...
  • Mailbag: 'Mean-spirited' fire pits column overlooked health hazards

    Re "Wu: Fire pit removal illustrates lack of conservatism," March 25: Your credibility is at stake if you have edited the above column, which erroneously portrays the Newport Beach City Council and Corona del Mar residents as being guided by racist or...