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  • Cuts stop before touching faculty at CCCD

    Coast Community College District instructors won't have to take furloughs like other district employees, the Board of Trustees said this week. "We were able to commit to no layoffs for any employees next year," said Trustee Jerry Patterson. "That's...
  • A Word, Please: Dictionaries are not all the same

    I don't usually comment on online articles or websites. Partly, it's because of the company that would put me in. Not that I think every online commenter is crazy. On the contrary, I'm sure there are several who could pass a mental competency test. But I...
  • Stars unite for charity hoops game

    Stars unite for charity hoops game
    IRVINE — Considering the fact the payments went toward a charity for children, everyone appeared to have received their money's worth in the inaugural Harmony and Hoops Charity Basketball Game at UC Irvine's Bren Events Center on Saturday. An 88-87...
  • Costa Mesa school gets gold medal for fun

    Costa Mesa school gets gold medal for fun
    While London prepares to host the summer Olympics, Adams Elementary School students competed in their own version — only no one walked away with a medal Friday. Instead, everyone walked away with ideas for fun physical activities and a taste of new...
  • Percival makes last race count

    The only words Jack Percival heard were "Go! Go!" Those words he recognized, they came from his father, Jim. He screamed those words over and over, almost as fast as Percival pumped those legs of his down the stretch. This was going to be Percival's...
  • Pelekoudas seeks state berth in golf

    Basketball was part of David Pelekoudas' DNA, so it made sense that when he first attended University High that he would find his way onto the hardwood. Pelekoudas' father Dan played at the University of Michigan in the early 1980s and was drafted in the...
  • Corona del Mar Today: City saves holiday weekend beach concessions with food trucks

    The Big Corona Beach concessions stand won't be open by Memorial Day weekend as planned, but city staff scrambled and arranged for Wahoo's food trucks to be on hand from Saturday through Monday. Wahoo's owners, who also own the Rooster Cafe in Costa...
  • Summiting for survivors

    Summiting for survivors
    Six months ago, Lori Fallace had never spent a night in a tent. In June, with subtemperature gear and ice pick in hand, the Irvine schoolteacher will scale the 14,179 feet to Mt. Shasta's peak in a show of perseverance and support for all those who...
  • Fish Fry is a tradition unlike any other in Costa Mesa

    Fish Fry is a tradition unlike any other in Costa Mesa
    Rollo McClellan, 92, is looking forward to the fish fry next weekend like it was his first. The first Costa Mesa Newport Harbor Lions Club Fish Fry was in 1945, and McClellan hasn't missed one since. Well, he had to cut out a day early once to go take a...
  • UCI researcher wins large research grant

    A UC Irvine stem cell researcher won a $4.8-million grant to fund research toward a treatment for multiple sclerosis. The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine awarded immunologist Thomas Lane, of the campus' Sue and Bill Gross Stem Cell...
  • Mailbag: Patrician values cost GOP, McCain victory

    Stratfor, a private U.S. intelligence company with high-power clients around the globe, disclosed that Sen. John McCain was aware of significant voter fraud during the 2008 presidential campaign. Despite having had evidence that the Democrats had...
  • Irvine council tackles gun control

    Although Irvine's City Council didn't get to it until almost seven hours after the meeting started, 17 public speakers waited to weigh in on local gun-control measures. Tuesday's meeting started at 3 p.m., two hours earlier than usual, but the...