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  • Campbell recognizes Irvine company for creating jobs

    An Irvine-based information technology group of consultants, the Irvine Technology Corporation, was recognized for excellence in business by U.S. Congressman John Campbell, the company announced this week. "We are very honored to receive this recognition...
  • Tuesday's Calendar

    TUESDAY Succeeding in Tough Times Muldoon's Irish Pub owner Ron Schwartz will give a lunchtime talk at noon at the venue on "How to Succeed in Challenging Times." His talk will be the first of four in a series, "WTBY Presents," presented by the...
  • City Life: A mallet won't work on city budget now

    Costa Mesa's fiscal challenge is not a mole that just popped up out of the ground this year — or even last year. The problem developed over the last 10 or so years, during a time when the City Council could make no mistakes. Unlike Whac-a-Mole,...
  • Judge calls Hubbard's email request a 'fishing expedition'

    Judge calls Hubbard's email request a 'fishing expedition'
    LOS ANGELES — A Superior Court judge on Thursday denied a subpoena for old emails that Newport-Mesa Supt. Jeffrey Hubbard's defense attorney claims could clear Hubbard of criminal wrongdoing. Sal Ciulla had requested that the Beverly Hills...
  • Newport-Mesa school board seeks to repeal contentious law [corrected]

    COSTA MESA — The Newport-Mesa Unified school board Tuesday night approved a resolution urging legislators to repeal part of a contentious state law that stops districts from laying off teachers this year. The bill also removes the requirement...
  • Newport P.D. names first deputy chief

    The Newport Beach Police Department now has a deputy chief, the first in its history. David McGill, a 49-year-old veteran lieutenant of the Los Angeles Police Department and a Newport Beach native, was introduced to an overflow crowd in City Council...
  • Market performance drives up Newport's pension costs

    Weak investment returns will cost the city of Newport Beach around $1.73 million in additional annual pension costs starting next year, officials have calculated. The California Public Employees' Retirement System, or CalPERS, revised its earnings...
  • Managers association makes contribution increase

    The Costa Mesa Division Managers' Assn. — a executive team of seven at-will city employees — will contribute nearly 2% more to California's retirement fund, a moved the City Council approved during its regular meeting Tuesday night. The...
  • Officials' pay increase sparks debate

    Orange Coast College students and faculty this week questioned pay and mileage allowance increases for six top administrators across the college district amid widespread class and budgets cuts. The Coast Community College District board of trustees,...
  • College board votes to reduce its pay

    The Coast Community College District trustees cut their own pay while asking district employees to do the same as part of an effort to tackle a $3-million budget deficit next fiscal year. The five trustees unanimously voted Tuesday to cut their monthly...
  • Loading up for the Battle of Costa Mesa

    Disguised as men, female soldiers slung revolvers and fired cannons alongside their male counterparts in 1861. This is just one of many truths to discover this weekend at the fourth annual Battle of Costa Mesa, a Civil War reenactment event in Costa...
  • Wisconsin governor to visit Newport Beach

    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, hero to small-government conservatives and villain to organized labor, is stopping by conservative bastion Newport Beach on Thursday while he visits Southern California for the Rose Bowl game. In any other year, the...