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  • Corona del Mar Today: Officials conclude investigation on balcony collapse

    Newport Beach officials have concluded their investigation of a balcony that collapsed last month on Goldenrod Avenue, turning over any follow-up inspections to the homeowner's insurance company, city officials have confirmed. The second-story balcony...
  • Check It Out: Find books to learn more about green living

    Green living is a growing trend in house building, remodeling and as a general lifestyle choice. Making ecologically-minded choices in the construction of a new house, remodeling an existing home using alternate building material, and choosing more...
  • Years later, customers start arriving

    Years later, customers start arriving
    COSTA MESA — Customers are starting to arrive at South Coast Collection, as trendy furnishing stores, a salon school and other retailers open their doors at the remodeled outdoor shopping center in the shadow of the northbound San Diego (405)...
  • Unsolved cases now posted online

    Unsolved cases now posted online
    COSTA MESA — Robyn Cox died violently on a bright winter's day in January 1977. Murdered the afternoon of Jan. 12, Cox's 5-feet-2, 107-pound body wasn't discovered until that night, when her roommate found it inside their Costa Mesa apartment upon...
  • Mooring debate stays afloat

    NEWPORT BEACH — If some Newport Harbor boaters have their way, Donald Bren would pay more to keep up the bay. He and other bayfront homeowners would pay more for docks like the one in front of his Harbor Island home. And the business Bren chairs,...
  • Lobdell: Chase those dreams

    Lobdell: Chase those dreams
    Halfway into his sailing trip around the world, Newport Beach's Mike Lawler nervously scanned the horizon for pirates. Two days earlier, U.S. Navy SEAL snipers had killed three Somali pirates during a successful high seas rescue of an American captain...
  • Wednesday's Calendar

    TILL DEC. 2 Chanukah Party On Sale Tickets are available for the Dec. 3 Chanukah Party at Temple Bat Yahm, 1011 Camelback St., Newport Beach, featuring Dale Schatz and his All-Star Band. Dinner, latkes, games for children and the World Series of Poker...
  • Never want to leave

    More than half the guests who stay at the Resort at Pelican Hill come back for a second trip. And then there are those who don't leave at all — one year and counting for the resort's most senior guest, Managing Director Giuseppe Lama said. A visit...
  • Obituaries: Anita Ferguson 1926 - 2010

    Noted Newport Beach home builder Anita Ferguson, the wife of late Assemblyman Gil Ferguson, has died, family members said Monday. Ferguson, who was well known as a conservative activist and GOP fundraiser, succumbed to ovarian cancer Sunday evening at...
  • The Crowd: Schools honor students, raise funds

    Corona del Mar High School students and their parents came together last week to celebrate Sea King Pride. It was the 15th annual awards celebration honoring 81 students in grades three to 12. The event attracted more than 200 guests who filled the...
  • Official may owe on home

    More than $2.1 million is owed on a Newport Beach waterfront home owned by City Councilman Ed Selich that may go to a foreclosure auction. The four-bedroom home on Bayside Drive was listed as "in default under a deed of trust," according to a legal...
  • Planners discuss changes

    A question-and-answer session with Newport Beach city planners on Thursday addressed proposed zoning changes. A shift from the old zoning code, which measured dwellings based on the square-footage, will now add "open space" requirements intending to...