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  • Former senator cleared in fairground sale case

    The Orange County district attorney has cleared a former state senator of accusations that he inappropriately lobbied legislators during a 2009 attempt to privatize the Orange County Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa. In a letter Tuesday, prosecutors said...
  • Rule change has local breweries in a bubbly mood

    Rule change has local breweries in a bubbly mood
    Orange County could be barreling toward a craft beer boom thanks to a recent obscure, bureaucratic rule change, local brewers and officials said. The change, which essentially moves oversight of beer-making facilities from a county agency to the state's...
  • Drug disposal sites set up

    Police departments across Orange County will collect expired and unneeded prescription medications Saturday. Irvine, Newport Beach and Costa Mesa police will all host collections from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Anyone who wants to dispose of unused...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Get your education at the library

    A better-educated society tends to be more comfortable financially. So it was no surprise to see the report on voter turnout in last Sunday's Orange County Register — although voter turnout was not my main interest. Two graphics showed...
  • Board approves fence at Andersen

    Newport-Mesa Unified School District trustees Tuesday approved plans to add fencing and look into installing security equipment at Roy O. Andersen Elementary School. During a special meeting, the board voted 6 to 0, with Trustee Katrina Foley absent, to...
  • Mailbag: Hobby Lobby ruling gives religion undue influence

    Religion is a belief system not supported by scientific facts. It should not be part of our legal, political or educational systems. Survival of our species requires that we use our brains to cope with environmental hazards. To deny science is akin to...
  • Stifling sounds of the fair

    Stifling sounds of the fair
    The Orange County Fair intends to be quiet this year, at least from the outside. An open house at the fairgrounds Wednesday evening showed off changes intended to keep as much noise as possible from leaking out into the surrounding neighborhoods while...
  • Curry, Harper likely headed to run-off

    Curry, Harper likely headed to run-off
    As poll workers Tuesday collected the last trickle of votes in a statewide primary expected to draw one of the lowest turnouts in California's history, frontrunners in several area races appeared to be headed for spots on the November general election...
  • Street and beach culture on display at Hurley

    Street and beach culture on display at Hurley
    It was easy to miss a small black-and-white photo on the wall next to the blazing, glossy aesthetic of a deep orange and red Chevy Impala known as El Rey. The 1963 convertible is regarded as a pinnacle of modern lowrider culture, and even under low...
  • City workers begin operating Costa Mesa Senior Center

    City workers begin operating Costa Mesa Senior Center
    Seven city staffers welcomed seniors with breakfast and coffee at the Costa Mesa Senior Center early Wednesday. It was a takeover, but a friendly one by all appearances. The tensions that some had anticipated when city staffers moved in didn't...
  • Gifts come in many forms on Senior Citizens Day

    Gifts come in many forms on Senior Citizens Day
    Employees from a Huntington Beach nursing facility took time last week to show their appreciation to senior citizens. Staff members of the Beachside Nursing Center were on the Huntington Beach Pier last Thursday handing out cookies and cheering on...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Books and more for sale

    It is book sale time again. Really great books appealing to all ages and interests are being offered for sale, as well as 33 rpm records, CDs, VHS tapes, and DVDs. The event is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 6, with prices ranging from 50 cents to $1 for...