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  • Commentary: The Tea Party effect on Costa Mesa

    Are you under 35 with plenty of money to spend? Then Costa Mesa is putting out the welcome mat for you. But are you a senior citizen or a financially struggling family? Then Costa Mesa is pulling the rug out from under you. The actions of the City...
  • Community Commentary: Setting the record straight this time

    File this under no good deed goes unpunished. Last month, before new Costa Mesa CEO Tom Hatch moved into his prosaic corner office on City Hall's fifth floor, a volunteer work crew gave up their Sunday to do a little spring-cleaning. After a decade of...
  • Irvine Co. drops 75 jobs

    The Irvine Co. has eliminated about 75 positions through a combination of layoffs and the closing of open positions, a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed Monday. The layoffs were mainly in the corporate administration and included areas...
  • High-profile real estate agent files for bankruptcy

    When John McMonigle posted a question on his Facebook page about how people would be spending the weekend in Orange County, he mostly got responses like going to the beach or attending children's sporting events. But someone posted this reply, which was...
  • Remember the 1970 Sailors

    Remember the 1970 Sailors
    Ernie Johnson used many motivational speeches when he coached the Newport Harbor High football team in 1970. Motivation was sorely needed. There hadn't been anything to really cheer about for 28 years. One of the speeches that seemed to stick out for...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Original paramedics reminisce at NBFD luncheon

    In 1975, Newport Beach, along with most other cities in the nation, didn't have paramedics. A study had shown that people were dying on the streets who would have survived on a battlefield in Vietnam. Firefighters had first aid training, but that could...
  • A busy time of year

    A busy time of year
    As an ESPN NFL reporter speculated where a big-name free agent would land, Chris Dingman smiled because he knew the location. Dingman, who is in charge of The Dingman Group, is not a rival reporter or a sports agent. As a man behind the scenes he finds...
  • Steinberg: Get ready for some football

    The successful beginning of the approval process of AEG's proposal to build a new stadium in downtown Los Angeles means that the NFL is finally on track to return to Southern California. There will be delays, environmental impact reports, opposition by...
  • Arraignment set for suspect accused of stealing from widow

    A Costa Mesa man accused of stealing more than $280,000 from a blind and deaf woman who was suffering from dementia is to be arraigned Thursday morning at the Santa Ana Central Jail, according to court documents. John Thomas Windsor is accused of...
  • Making one of the Gipper

    Making one of the Gipper
    BALBOA ISLAND — An African man peers from one side of her bed and an African woman stares from the other. Miriam Baker, the Balboa Island artist who will sculpt Newport Beach's Ronald Reagan statue, lives among her works. She admires people's...
  • Two sides of the Mensinger story

    Editor's note: This corrects what year Steve Mensinger left Bethany Management Group and his role in Pop Warner. This adds a situation former coworker Judy Enlow reported. COSTA MESA — Shortly after his appointment in January to the City Council,...
  • Jergler: Don't overprice yourself out of a sale

    Home prices have continued to sink, but not low enough to dampen seller expectations. That has created yet another market fundamental that's dragging on sales, one in which buyers and sellers cannot get on the same page, some experts say. Steven Thomas,...