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  • Ex-cops lead O.C. volunteers in rescuing prostitutes

    Ex-cops lead O.C. volunteers in rescuing prostitutes
    The stocky man with a goatee walks across the darkened parking lot of the motel and bangs on the door to Room 156. Greg Reese rehearses his lines. The door opens. The girl inside is wearing black lingerie and looks like she did in the online ad that...
  • CdM street a parking lot

    CdM street a parking lot
    When Scott Ehlers moved with his family to Newport Beach, he hoped to find the best home possible to suit their needs. They chose a house on Aralia Street. Ehlers now finds himself among the residents frustrated with parking on the street. One block...
  • Newport man dies in Irvine collision

    An 81-year-old Newport Beach man was killed in a traffic collision Friday morning in Irvine, authorities said. The crash occurred before 7:30 a.m. near University and Michelson drives. Westbound lanes along University Drive, between Michelson and...
  • Council rejects Fairview Park turnaround rehearing

    In basic terms, it was an appeal of an appeal. And the Costa Mesa City Council majority denied it. Councilwoman Sandy Genis' request for a rehearing of a contentious planned turnaround within Fairview Park was turned down on a 3-2 vote Tuesday evening....
  • Speed limits are largely out of local officials' hands

    In the wake of a grisly crash that killed five Irvine teens on Memorial Day, Newport Beach city officials said their hands are tied in efforts to slow down drivers through the more sprawling parts of town. "We can't simply change the speed limits...
  • Officials challenge Pilot column

    The Newport Beach City Council will have a chance to vote publicly at its regular meeting Tuesday on whether to sue the Orange County Transportation Authority, after some dispute over whether or not it has already done so. The confusion centers in part...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Newport mayor reads to kids

    Newport Beach Mayor Nancy Gardner read to a group of about 20 toddlers, preschoolers and babies Wednesday morning at the Corona del Mar library branch as part of a celebration of National Library Week. She discussed favorite animals and the importance of...
  • OCTA committee rejects 19th Street Bridge appeal

    An Orange County Transportation Authority committee rejected an appeal Monday regarding its decision to eliminate long-term plans for a bridge across the Santa Ana River connecting Costa Mesa and Huntington Beach. The OCTA board deleted decades-old plans...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Group approves curvy, palm-filled entryway plans

    Corona del Mar's revamped entryway at MacArthur Boulevard and East Coast Highway could feature a curvy, extra-wide sidewalk; date palm trees; low, curving walls that double as seating; and "programmable" sidewalk space that could be used for art and music...
  • Community Commentary: Bridge will do no good for Costa Mesa

    To bridge or not to bridge? Is that the question? No, first we need to know where we want to go, then we can decide whether a bridge over the Santa Ana River at West 19th Street will take us there, or to some other place we definitely don't want to go....
  • Attendees cry foul to 19th Street Bridge proposal

    HUNTINGTON BEACH — So how did 19th Street Bridge proponent and Newport Beach City Councilman Steve Rosansky sum up a meeting where 600 fervent opponents showed up in no mood to hear alternatives? "Not my idea" were the three words that the termed-...
  • Revitalization in Newport Beach

    Lido Village Renewal What: Architectural and other design guidelines for property owners who are remodeling or building new structures. Also, the guidelines apply to future public improvements such as sidewalks, street landscaping, streetlights and...