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  • Jergler: Real estate experts share predictions for 2012

    Editor's Note: This is a two-part story forecasting real estate experts' top predictions for the market in 2012. * Perhaps sometime between now and Dec. 21, 2012, will be beginning of the end. In fact, some think the end is already here, and they...
  • Salata's wonderful life

    Salata's wonderful life
    There is irony usually intertwined with Irrelevant Week when you think of the owner of the quirky concept. Who could find relevance with so much laughter, joking and silliness? Look deep. Look at the man who owns the trademark of Mr. Irrelevant and...
  • Jergler: Housing market back to normal in 2014, UCI professor says

    Although two major reports on housing issued this week contained mixed news, the overall outlook is still nothing to cheer about. A report on Monday from the U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development shows sales of new...
  • Forecast: Only modest job growth for O.C.

    COSTA MESA — Orange County can expect mild job growth this year and next, according to Chapman University's mid-year economic forecast Thursday. Consumer spending should increase but struggles in the housing sector could continue to mean sluggish...
  • Naposki murder trial opens

    SANTA ANA — In opening statements Monday, a prosecutor described a former NFL linebacker charged with murder as a desperately broke former athlete who couldn't hold down a job and had one thing going for him: a rich girlfriend. Prosecutors claim...
  • Jergler: Early 'spring fever' has sprung

    The unseasonably hot weather has many people dressing, acting and thinking like it's spring. In fact, the season isn't all that far off — it's a little less than two months away, starting March 20, according to Farmer's Almanac. But some real...
  • Jergler: HARP 2.0 hits right note for homeowners

    HARP 2.0 may be music to the ears of Orange County residents who have been struggling, but continuing, to make their home payments. That's what Todd White, a home mortgage consultant for Wells Fargo Home Mortgage in Newport Beach, believes. Some also...
  • Linda Isle mansion valued at $25 million

    Linda Isle mansion valued at $25 million
    A $25-million Venetian Palazzo-inspired Newport Beach estate hits the market this week with at least one potential buyer interested in the property, according to the listing agent Monday. The 8,000-square-foot, five-bedroom mansion at 43 Linda Isle is...
  • Mailbag: Open Space Initiative deserves support

    Isn't great to live in Laguna Beach surrounded by 22,000 acres of natural open space? Elsewhere in Orange County the boundaries between two cities are just lines with no buffer to urban sprawl. How did this happen? Was it just an accident? No. It is...
  • The Coastal Gardener: Want green? Invest in your landscape

    Home prices throughout Southern California continue to fall. The median price paid for new and resold Southland houses and condos last month was $280,000, down 8.2% from a year earlier and the largest drop since September 2009. Don't even look at home...
  • Helping homeless gets personal

    He stood at the gate to his United Airlines flight, ready to head home to Chicago after two years on the streets of Costa Mesa. Officer Julian Trevino, a Costa Mesa cop, had helped Jose Zamora get an identification card and contact his sister so she...
  • The Bell Curve: Born on the Fourth of July

    The Bell Curve: Born on the Fourth of July
    Editor's note: Retired Daily Pilot columnist Joseph N. Bell has written a special column to mark his 90th birthday, which falls on Independence Day. As a young boy watching the Fourth of July parade in the county-seat town of Decatur, Ind., the...