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  • YMCA to hold grand reopening Saturday

    The Newport-Mesa Family YMCA on University Drive is hosting a grand reopening Saturday. The YMCA is celebrating the renovations to its facility with an open house from 7 a.m. to noon at 2300 University Drive in Newport Beach. Newport Beach Mayor Nancy...
  • Steinberg: Steriods not for sports

    Warren Moon, the late coach Bill Walsh, Ken Dorsey and I testified before the California Senate and Assembly several years back supporting a bill by State Senator Jackie Speier to ban steroids and dangerous supplements from high school students and...
  • Newport council to vote on smoking ban

    The Newport Beach City Council at its Tuesday meeting plans to vote on banning smoking in parks. The ban would expand current restrictions, which prohibit puffing on beaches and boardwalks. In July, the council nearly approved a ban, but Councilman Mike...
  • My Pet World: Adopted chubby kitten needs a weight-loss plan

    ORLANDO, Fla. — These reader questions were answered by experts attending the North American Veterinary Conference here Jan.14-18. Question: We adopted a kitten from a shelter, and at only 7 months she already weighs 14 pounds. We feed her a half a...
  • Reel Critics: 'Happy Feet' dances back into theaters

    George Miller is no stranger to first-class animated films featuring talking animals. He directed the revered classic "Babe," which was nominated for Best Picture. He also directed the first "Happy Feet" movie, replacing talking pigs, dogs and sheep...
  • Pruned roots may be factor

    NEWPORT BEACH — Work crews cut into a concrete median and pruned tree roots where a eucalyptus stood before if fell and killed a motorist in September, according to construction records released by the city. On at least four separate occasions,...
  • Health Walk strolls into town Sunday

    Like thousands of young Americans, Irvine resident Samir Jaka never thought that a heart attack could happen to him. When the 30-year-old collapsed during an afternoon basketball game with friends in April 2010 at Lemongrass Park in Irvine, the pain...
  • Apodaca: 'Skwim' coming to a pool near you

    Entrepreneurs are intriguing people. Their brains are wired a bit differently. The wheels are always turning, they have trouble sitting still, and they're always on the hunt for a new concept, an overlooked niche, a creative solution, or simply a way of...
  • Students tackle community service in different ways

    If they want to move on, they must learn to give. It is a policy in the Newport-Mesa Unified School District, and there's no way around it. Students must complete at least 40 hours of community service during their four years of high school to graduate....
  • Girls are thankful for this win

    Students from Costa Mesa and Lynwood wowed judges with essays about the reasons for which they were thankful this Thanksgiving. TeWinkle Middle School student Isabelle Morales and Lindbergh Elementary School sixth-grader Kimberly Wenceslao, 11, tied...
  • CdM comes up short

    CdM comes up short
    LOS ALAMITOS — Just like in its five-game, come-from-behind victory in the first round of the Southern California Regional playoffs, the Corona del Mar girls' volleyball team showcased its never-say-die attitude. Down 2-0 against host Los...
  • Mesa Musings: Fighting Parkinson's is a daily battle

    Just like clockwork, I awake every morning at 5:45. No matter the season, no matter the time zone. While in Russia last summer — 11 time zones to the east — I awoke at 5:45. I arose this morning at 5:45. My body's a precision machine,...