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  • Newport-Mesa to vote again on donation

    The Newport-Mesa Unified School District board will vote Tuesday night for the second time on whether to accept a $96,000 donation. Costa Mesa's City Council approved sending that money to the school district earlier this year as the first installment...
  • UCI baseball picked No. 2 in Big West

    UC Irvine has been picked to finish second in the Big West Conference, according to a preseason poll of coaches released on Thursday. The Anteaters, who are ranked No. 30 in the preseason by Collegiate Baseball and No. 33 by the National Collegiate...
  • New Charter Committee's first meeting scheduled

    The Costa Mesa charter debate is set to begin again later this month with the inaugural meeting of a group whose goal is to create the constitution-like document. The 13-member Charter Committee is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. June 26 in the Emergency...
  • Harbor has first principal input meeting

    A parent of two students at Newport Harbor High School placed two green stickers next to a tacked-up piece of paper with the words "Athletic Development" written on it. The colored dots indicated what Jeff Newman and other parents thought were the...
  • Coast student leaders get budget duties in writing

    Orange Coast College's student government won official recognition for a long-standing practice that has allowed it to manage substantial revenue from the campus bookstore, recycling center and certain student fees. The Coast Community College...
  • Commentary: Stop the charter city madness

    Just a few months ago, Costa Mesa held a charter election that cost taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars. After hearing all the arguments, voters rejected a risky move to change our fundamental form of government. Although a resounding 60% of...
  • Council pushes back on user fee

    Council pushes back on user fee
    The Newport Beach City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to send a letter to the state objecting to attempts to collect money from area residents who jog or hike along the Back Bay. The letter says the council acknowledges that it's rough going...
  • Harlan: Bring objectivity to commission appointments

    This Tuesday, the Costa Mesa City Council will revisit the appointment of one planning commissioner and select four new members of the Parks and Recreation Commission. Based on the council majority's initial appointments a few weeks ago, I think we can...
  • Accepting the challenges of politics

    Accepting the challenges of politics
    Fifth in a series of profiles about those in the trenches of Costa Mesa's political battles. * Gary Monahan can't escape politics — not even during his morning commute. As the Costa Mesa councilman walks from his Eastside home to the...
  • Say, they can sing!

    Say, they can sing!
    They came with music in their hearts and lyrics on their lips. An audition pool of nearly 50 hopefuls from across Orange and Los Angeles counties and the Inland Empire has now been whittled to four. The finalists of the Pacific Symphony production "OC...
  • It's A Gray Area: Being on the campaign trail

    Many have asked what it was like to be the 2012 Libertarian candidate for vice president, along with Gov. Gary Johnson as our candidate for president. I can say that on the one hand, it was a deeply humbling, uplifting, interesting and gratifying...
  • Newport student revives push for plastic bag ban

    The last time activists brought the idea of a plastic bag ban to the Newport Beach City Council officials declined to even study the idea, but public speakers warned the issue wouldn't go away. More than a year after that 2011 vote, a group of youth...