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  • New Fresh & Easy location to open Feb. 22

    New Fresh & Easy location to open Feb. 22
    COSTA MESA — Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market is set to open its second location in the city Feb. 22. Construction is underway at Harbor Boulevard and Gisler Avenue for the newest location of the El Segundo-based grocer, whose parent company is...
  • Trustee explains why school was held Monday

    With some parents still upset over school starting on a federal holiday, a school board trustee spoke with families Wednesday about what happened. At Corona del Mar High School and Middle School's PTA meeting, Trustee Karen Yelsey explained why...
  • Trial's outcome unlikely to affect Hubbard's pension [Corrected]

    Whether he is acquitted or convicted of criminal charges, the Newport-Mesa Unified superintendent's retirement plan appears secure, state pension officials said. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: An earlier version incorrectly stated that a grand...
  • Professor Steinberg ready to take you to school

    A letter came last week addressed to Professor Steinberg and I was about to write, "Return to Sender," when I realized with shock this Thursday afternoon kicks off a course in "Sports and Entertainment Law" that I've agreed to teach at UC Irvine's...
  • Hubbard faces his hardest test [Corrected]

    Administrators, teachers, parents and students put their faith in veteran educator Jeffrey Hubbard in 2006. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: An earlier version incorrectly stated that Newport-Mesa Unified School District Supt. Jeffrey Hubbard is...
  • Community Commentary: Charter is a bad business contract

    So what is so worrisome about the Costa Mesa City Charter that Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer proposed about midnight at the Dec. 6 City Council meeting with few citizens left in attendance to comment? The charter is written by one councilman for the...
  • Public to city: slow down charter process

    COSTA MESA — A first draft of a revised city charter was met with a chain of criticism inside the City Council chambers Tuesday night, as hundreds of residents and some organized labor workers called for the city to slow down its latest attempt at...
  • Comments flood in for proposed charter

    COSTA MESA — The City Council on Tuesday rejected pleas from residents who wanted to delay a vote on a proposed city charter until November and possibly have it redrafted by a citizens commission. And Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer, considered the...
  • County GOP chairman to endorse Mansoor

    Orange County Republican Party Chairman Scott Baugh plans to ask the party on Monday to endorse state Assemblyman Allan Mansoor in the upcoming state Assembly race. Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa) faces two Republicans: Newport Beach Councilwoman Leslie Daigle...
  • Mailbag: Charter would not free Costa Mesa of obligations

    Some Costa Mesa voters are under the false impression that, if the city were to adopt a charter, it could walk away from its pension obligations or substantially change them. Nothing could be farther from the truth. The Constitution, Article I, Section...
  • Activists say they are not tied to labor

    COSTA MESA — Members of a community group that has circulated fliers critical of the city's proposed charter maintained Friday that they are not affiliated with organized labor. Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer and a conservative taxpayers' group said...
  • California car washes agree to pay workers back wages

    A group of car washes in Northern and Southern California that allegedly underpaid workers and routinely denied them breaks will pay more than $1 million in restitution for unpaid wages and civil penalties, state officials said Tuesday. "Workers at these...