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  • High School Softball: Sailors edge Eagles, 10-9

    High School Softball: Sailors edge Eagles, 10-9
    Even with a very young squad this year and rough preseason results, the Newport Harbor High softball team may still be the class of the Newport-Mesa district. The Sailors continued building their case for that Thursday. Freshman pitcher Sammy Del Toro...
  • Signals to sync with fire calls

    When the sirens turn on, the lights will turn green. At least they will at some of Costa Mesa's busiest intersections, where stoplights will soon help first-responders cut through congestion by anticipating the paths of emergency vehicles and changing...
  • Boys' Volleyball: CdM advances to semis

    DANA POINT — A couple of times during the first set, when Corona del Mar High began to gain momentum, Dana Hills called a timeout. While the coaches addressed their players, the PA announcer addressed the fans about a handful of illegally parked...
  • Mesa Musings: Delving in to Gettysburg never gets boring

    I spent a scorching day last week at Gettysburg National Military Park in Pennsylvania. The thermometer hovered near 100 degrees. The climate was so humid that it seemed like a large shaggy dog had pinned me to the ground and was breathing directly...
  • Community Commentary: Collective bargaining not a bargain for Costa Mesa residents

    Collective bargaining. Sounds innocuous, doesn't it? After all, it's just a term for when a bunch of nice people get together, form a union or association, and then lend each other their group authority and the weight of their numbers to extract...
  • Trolleys heading to Fashion Island, Irvine Spectrum

    It will be a beautiful day in the neighborhood when picturesque red trolleys pick up Irvine Spectrum Center and Fashion Island shoppers for the first time beginning mid-August. The two Irvine Co.-owned shopping centers will offer free trolley rides to...
  • OC Fair Express enjoyed record- breaking summer

    COSTA MESA — Spurred by low fares and admission discounts, a record number of riders took a dedicated bus to the 2011 OC Fair, the Orange County Transportation Authority said. The OCTA-operated OC Fair Express transported 25,669 riders over the...
  • Collins is wave of future

    Meah Collins is 11 years old, and yes, she's a girl. These facts describe her as a person, but they don't come close to limiting her as a surfer. The Costa Mesa resident has a future in surfing that appears as bright as her pink and neon yellow board....
  • Three lead police on chase after allegedly stealing tip money

    Editor's note: This corrects where the suspects were arrested. COSTA MESA — Police arrested three men Thursday afternoon after a chase involving a police helicopter, which started when the suspects allegedly stole money from a tip jar at a local...
  • International sales boost T3 Motion

    COSTA MESA — T3 Motion announced new sales of its single-rider, stand-up electric vehicles to police and private security clients in Mexico and other countries. Costa Mesa-based T3 Motion will ship $309,000 in T3 ESVs over the next several months...
  • Apodaca: Summer signals a time to let go

    June is a time of changes. All over Newport-Mesa, families enjoy the beginning of summer. Children finish another year of school, graduation ceremonies are held, and plans for the future are made. I often tell my two sons that change happens whether we...
  • Time to love him tender

    Elvis may have left the building in August 1977, but as millions of devotees and tens of thousands of Elvis impersonators will tell you, his spirit endures through his music and the tight-knit fan community formed in his name. Thousands of such fans will...