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  • Mailbag: It's Berardino that Costa Mesa cannot trust

    I was shocked and angered to read Joseph Serna's story "Berardino: City is not to be trusted" on Dec. 15 in which union boss and recent Orange County Fair Board appointee Nick Berardino moved to cut Costa Mesa's ties with the annual Barrett-Jackson auto...
  • Community Commentary: Mayor's piece riddled with errors

    Two weeks ago, as I was riding back to the firehouse from an emergency response call, a man pulled up on the passenger side of the truck, signaling me to roll down my window. When I did, he delivered the international symbol of ultimate displeasure,...
  • Study: 'Creative economy' sees large job loss

    The Los Angeles area's arts and entertainment industries lost thousands of jobs from 2007 to 2010, according to a study of the "creative economy." The findings for 2010 commissioned by Otis College of Art and Design and compiled from state and federal...
  • Bells won't be ringing

    NEWPORT BEACH — Last-minute shoppers at Fashion Island won't be hearing a familiar sound of Christmas. That's because the Salvation Army workers and their red kettles, stationed outside of Bloomingdale's and Macy's, have agreed to a request not...
  • Community Commentary: Union should be working with the city [Corrected]

    Several months ago, I wrote a piece about the Orange County Employees' Assn.'s fierce and unrelenting attack on our great city. At the time, I encouraged the union to become part of the solution and stop the petty bickering and name-calling. After all,...
  • Community Commentary: Council cannot justify legal, PR costs

    The hypocrisy that has become the hallmark of the Costa Mesa City Council majority was reinforced repeatedly at Tuesday's council meeting. While continuing to cry poor about the city's financial condition, the majority voted to authorize unlimited...
  • City Council OKs contracts with two law firms

    COSTA MESA — The City Council on Tuesday approved contracting with one law firm to see the city through its workforce outsourcing effort, and a second law firm to defend those contentious outsourcing plans in court. In a 3-1 vote, the council...
  • UCI looking to rebound

    UCI looking to rebound
    The 2010 season for the UC Irvine women's volleyball team wasn't so much a step backward as it was a free fall. The Anteaters finished 8-22, 3-13 in the Big West Conference, which resulted in an eighth-place finish in the nine-team circuit, and ended a...
  • Sunday's Calendar

    SUNDAY 9/11 10th Anniversary Events 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.: City of Costa Mesa 9/11 commemoration, U.S. Army Reserve Base, Air National Guard, 2651 Newport Blvd., Costa Mesa. 10 a.m.: Service of remembrance and hope, with guest speaker Imam Sayed Moustafa...
  • 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...
  • 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...