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  • Commentary: Make every day Veterans Day, back jobs bill

    Do you remember Veteran's Day, Nov. 11? Do you remember your pride when you honored our solders, past and present, for their service to our nation? Today our veterans need more than a day of remembrance; they need us proud-to-be-an-American citizens to...
  • Firefighter contract approved

    The Laguna Beach City Council ratified a new contract for its firefighters Tuesday with terms that establish new rates for employee contributions that will save almost $400,000 over two years. Current employees will pay 4.5% of the city's 9% contribution...
  • Corona del Mar Today: A view from above the Civic Center site

    Walking along the perimeter of the Civic Center Construction project, Matt and Yoland McNutt have a view of every detail of the work going on behind the fence — with the help of an 18-foot blimp rigged with a remote-controlled camera. "Let's go a...
  • Newport's former city attorney working for city again

    NEWPORT BEACH — Less than a month after his departure as city attorney, David Hunt will be working again on the city's legal issues. The City Council approved a contract Tuesday with Hunt's new employer, Irvine-based Friedman Stroffe & Gerard....
  • Council approves more oversight of Visit Newport Beach

    NEWPORT BEACH — After an audit found that the city visitors bureau was spending public funds without many controls, the City Council approved a contract Tuesday that strengthens its oversight of the private group. The council will now appoint a...
  • Apodaca: If Newport-Mesa PTA moms ran the world…

    I have interviewed politicians, chief executives, studio chiefs and celebrities. None of them has anything on PTA moms. In the nearly 15 years that I've lived in Newport Beach, I've been bowled over — OK, sometimes intimidated even — by...
  • Playoff fever absent

    One of the more thrilling nights in recent Major League Baseball history took place Wednesday night. Two wild card spots were determined in riveting contests that showcased Tampa Bay and St. Louis coming from far behind in the standings to crush Boston...
  • Police seek shoe store robbers

    COSTA MESA — Police on Monday were looking for three men who robbed a shoe store at gunpoint. At about 9:15 a.m. Saturday, three men entered Jumping Jack Shoes on 19th Street and tied up one of the employees with duct tape, said Costa Mesa police...
  • Community Commentary: 'American exceptionalism' will prevail

    I believe that due to American exceptionalism, the United States is on the verge of another dramatic period of economic growth. Our nation is far from perfect, but we learn from our mistakes, change dramatically and move on. After three years of failed...
  • Council to pick firm for TeWinkle sports complex

    COSTA MESA — The City Council on Tuesday is expected to select a firm that would upgrade and operate the TeWinkle Park Athletic Complex in a partnership that could save the city money and bring in more sports leagues. The park at 960 Arlington...
  • Apodaca: UCI launches first ROTC program in wake of 'don't ask, don't tell' reversal

    Lost amid the recent media frenzy over the so-called Irvine 11 was some good news coming out of UC Irvine. The repeal of the military's "Don't ask, don't tell" policy, which took effect Sept. 20, has resulted in the establishment of the first ROTC...
  • Mailbag: City addresses long-standing problems

    Recent columns, commentary and article comments on the current outsourcing debate in Costa Mesa have left out one key detail — the fact that the city has long considered contracting out city services (outsourcing) a "…viable, realistic...