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  • Corona del Mar Today: Grill at Big Corona closes in bad economy

    Corona del Mar Today: Grill at Big Corona closes in bad economy
    The Fuji Grill at Big Corona Beach closed earlier this month — the victim of the bad economy and the city's increase in parking fees at the beach. "The parking really hit me," said owner John Lee. "The parking system should transition to usage-...
  • Don't dig large holes in sand, lifeguards warn

    NEWPORT BEACH — Lifeguards are warning beach visitors not to dig large holes in the sand after a child was saved after being buried alive on a West Newport beach earlier this month. The Nov. 12 incident occurred one day after lifeguards had...
  • Q & A with Vanessa Van Petten

    She's not a therapist, or a counselor, but Vanessa Van Petten says she can help parents tame their unruly teens. The 24-year-old has been running Radical Parenting website for the last few years and has been featured in magazines and TV shows around the...
  • A nickel for every gallon

    Newport Beach opened its first natural gas fueling station Wednesday. The $1-million facility at the General Services Corporation Yard, 592 Superior Ave., allows the city to power its fleet of vehicles with cleaner-burning compressed natural gas,...
  • Classic cars for a modern epidemic

    Residents can check out some super cool classic cars in Costa Mesa tonight to help a fledgling university in Zambia, a landlocked African country that's struggling with the AIDS epidemic and poverty. Crevier Classic Cars at 365 Clinton St. is playing...
  • Seven going to Masters

    NORWALK — Marisa Cummings and Melanie Powers jogged off the track at Cerritos College hurriedly, the biggest grins on their faces. They ran right to the Corona del Mar High tent set up in the northwest corner of the warm-up area. Seconds later,...
  • Newport Beach: Ferguson, a homebuilder and wife of assemblyman, dies

    Noted home builder Anita Ferguson, the wife of late Assemblyman Gil Ferguson, has died, family members said Monday. Ferguson succumbed to cancer Sunday evening at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian, her son Jay Ferguson said. She was 84. Anita Ferguson...
  • Sounding Off: Going 'green' can make you some green

    When most entrepreneurs start a business, their top priorities are usually in the area of getting start-up capital, finding talented workers or reaching customers. I took a different route. Five years ago, I started a zero-waste packing and moving...
  • 53 shop owners arrested

    Prosecutors hoped to put a dent in the insurance fraud circuit Thursday when they announced the arrest of 53 Orange County car mechanics and auto body shop owners, including eight from Costa Mesa, who are accused of defrauding insurance companies....
  • Balboa celebrates 17th parade

    Balboa celebrates 17th parade
    Balboa Island's Marine Avenue was transformed into a wave of sound and color Sunday as the island welcomed summer with the 17th annual Balboa Island Parade. This year's theme was "Family, Friends and FUN," and there was no shortage of the three. The...
  • Voting with their hearts, not minds

    I've never minded saying, "I told you so." It reminds readers that like the broken clock, which is right twice a day, once in awhile the recommendations in this column are sound. The latest case in point is the financial bungling of the Costa Mesa...
  • Police arrest three after chase

    Three people were arrested in Long Beach Tuesday after police said they were involved in a dramatic armed bank robbery in Newport Beach less than an hour earlier. About 11 a.m., two men walked into the Bank of America, 3300 E. Coast Hwy., in Corona del...