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  • Split council funds Fairview Park lights

    The eleventh-hour debate Tuesday about Costa Mesa's budget largely focused on a single line item: lighting for parking lots in and around Fairview Park. The council unanimously approved the $132.3-million budget for the 2013-14 fiscal year. A $650,000...
  • Mailbag: Costa Mesa is great for small businesses

    The purpose of this letter is to describe our excitement and reasoning for choosing the city of Costa Mesa as the location to open our new chiropractic practice. Both doctors in our office graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis. Not...
  • Former 'Eater chases NBA dream

    Former 'Eater chases NBA dream
    The voice in Jonas Lalehzadeh's soul blares at public-address volume, announcing daringly, almost defiantly, his status as an NBA starter. "From Irrrr-vine and I-rrran, a 6-foot-5 guard ..." It is the kind of thing a little boy dreams, before he is...
  • Apodaca: Organizer has loads of spirit for schools' run

    It's nearly impossible to say no to Diane Daruty. That, it turns out, is a very good thing. Daruty, a Newport Beach mom who has worked as a lawyer and certified public accountant, pretty much single-handedly rescued the Spirit Run from certain death....
  • Women's Tennis: Maran retires after 36 Stagg-ering years at OCC

    Janice Maran graduated from Stockton's Amos Alonzo Stagg High in 1969. At the time, she had no way of knowing that she would, in another sport, eclipse many of the achievements earned by one of college football's most influential coaches, despite coaching...
  • Foley plans weekly walks with public

    Foley plans weekly walks with public
    Residents who want the ear of a school board trustee and a little exercise at the same time will get their chance starting Friday. Newport-Mesa Unified School District board member Katrina Foley will host the first of her weekly walks with constituents....
  • UCI study finds genetic link to longevity

    A UC Irvine researcher has helped uncover a link between a certain genetic variation and longer life. People who live past 90 are significantly more likely to have a dopamine-receptor gene variation named the DRD4 7R allele, according to a UCI and...
  • They're doing the beach crawl

    They're doing the beach crawl
    Jennie and Jerry Hansen were looking for a 5K to participate in during their weeklong vacation to sunny Newport Beach. But they didn't know that the race they entered would entail wearing a flak jacket and crawling under a line. In addition to running...
  • Commentary: Share the dangers of smoking with loved ones

    For 17 years of my life, my family sheltered me from the issue of smoking, since no members in my family were smokers. It wasn't until I built a relationship with a smoker that I developed a deep concern for the issue since my boyfriend, along with the...
  • Forging a new constitution

    UC Irvine law students will write a new constitution this weekend. Starting Friday, about 60 of them will attend the second annual Global Justice Summit and participate in a mock constitutional convention. By the end of the conference Saturday, the...
  • OCC's Doug Smith says, no way, 'All Day'

    OCC's Doug Smith says, no way, 'All Day'
    Doug Smith says he no longer watches the hazy VHS tape, now nearly three decades old, on which he appears as a hulking accomplice to history. The former Los Angeles Rams center, who made the first of his six Pro Bowls in 1984 while helping then-teammate...
  • Commentary: Government shouldn't define 'church'

    Under pressure from religious and conservative groups, the Obama administration has offered another compromise on the issue of birth control coverage within the Affordable Care Act. While exempting churches and some religiously affiliated institutions...