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  • Costa Mesan takes top music award

    Costa Mesan takes top music award
    COSTA MESA — For the second year in a row, Costa Mesa vocalist Stacy Clark has taken home the prize for Best Pop Artist at the Orange County Music Awards. Clark, who thinks of herself as more folk than pop, was surprised by being recognized...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Luxury condo project granted continuance

    The AERIE applicant stopped a Coastal Commission hearing Wednesday, moments before a vote, asking for a continuance in order to find out exactly what will be needed to gain approval for the Corona del Mar condominium project. "We need some specifics,"...
  • New vet wants to limit wait time

    Editor's note: This corrects the size of the office. A new animal hospital, complete with state-of-the-art medical equipment and digital technology, moved into Newport Beach this week. The Newport Animal Hospital, in the Newport Coast Shopping...
  • Jergler: Reduction of conforming loan limits may have impact on O.C.

    The ball may again be back in the government's hands. This time it's not the economy or the debt ceiling. It's the beleaguered housing market, which the government must decide to carry or to pass on. Conforming loan limits may be going down at the end of...
  • Barbara Gail Knox

    KNOX, BARBARA GAIL February 13, 1932-March 11, 2011 Barbara Gail Edwards was born in the country town of Tipton, Oklahoma on February 13, 1932 to Emmitt Cecil Edwards and Ernestine Thelma Edwards.   As a child she earned her spending money by collecting...
  • The Coastal Gardener: Buy green air purifying machines

    Imagine walking into a home full of green plants. When you open the door, the area greets you with an unmistakable feeling. The air is alive and clean, full of positive energy. The plants seem to be giving off not only oxygen, but good vibrations. A...
  • Sounding off: City employees are 'family'

    Costa Mesa has been my home since 1955. My family, my siblings have grown up here. We went to school here. I bought my first home here, married here and raised my kids here. I didn't realize it at the time, but when I got a job with the city in 1973, it...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Egypt during a coup? No problem, couple says

    A Corona del Mar couple's 10th church visit to Egypt in the past dozen years put them in the center of a storm now being called the 2011 Egyptian Revolution. But Monica Moore and Dave Fish said they never feared for their safety as they watched events...
  • Friends of the Library: Even when Costa Mesa was farms, they still needed books

    Those of you who know me know that I'm mainly involved with two things in Costa Mesa: the libraries and the city's history. Some of you may also know that what is now Costa Mesa started out as three settlements: Harper, Fairview and Paularino. Paularino...
  • The Coastal Gardener: Invite a couple to share your garden

    You will usually hear them before you see them. House wrens are small birds, but they are a great addition to almost any garden. I'm standing in my garden watching a tiny brownish bird streak from the orange tree to the fence top. Once there it pauses,...
  • Mailbag: Planned Parenthood's services are vital

    I was very upset to read the letter from Peggy Normandin, "Mailbag: Clergy wrong about Planned Parenthood" (April 5). There are serious inaccuracies in this letter about Planned Parenthood that I would like to correct. First, Planned Parenthood is not-...
  • Community Commentary: Pothole or police not a real ultimatum

    I keep hearing this false choice being offered around Costa Mesa. Which do you want, potholes or police officers? Repairing Costa Mesa's neglected infrastructure, which means a whole lot more than fixing potholes, and keeping the city safe aren't...