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  • Tree falls on two homes, four cars in CdM

    Tree falls on two homes, four cars in CdM
    A eucalyptus tree fell Wednesday afternoon in Corona del Mar, striking two homes and damaging four cars. No injuries were reported. While the season’s first significant rain fell throughout the day, it was unclear what caused the accident, said...
  • 'It's the start of Christmas'

    'It's the start of Christmas'
    COSTA MESA — Even for the most seasoned trucker, hauling a 14,000-pound Christmas tree down the 5 Freeway is a pretty unusual experience. South Coast Plaza's 96-foot white fir — the same size and species as the one used last year —...
  • Coastal Commission to decide on plans for park

    Citing concerns about endangered bird habitat and wetlands, California Coastal Commission staff members have recommended rejecting Newport Beach's plans for Sunset Ridge Park. The fate of the 20-acre public sports park near the West Coast Highway-...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Five Crowns managers serve up lunch for staff

    Five Crowns managers recently cooked and served staff a holiday lunch as part of an annual Thanksgiving tradition that this year featured essays read by Corona del Mar schoolchildren. "It's just a nice way to say thank you to everyone," said Steve Kim,...
  • Corona del Mar event attracts flash mob

    CORONA DEL MAR — The 33rd annual Corona del Mar Christmas Walk drew thousands of people Sunday, including animal-rights activists, stilt-walkers and Santa Claus. The walk began and 11 a.m. and stretched along East Coast Highway throughout the...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Upper Buck Gully trail project construction underway

    Work has begun on the Upper Buck Gully trail project, with crews clearing the trails on the looped path that begins at Fifth and Poppy avenues. City officials toured the site Thursday, where workers are preparing to install footings for four bridges...
  • Clubhouse options head to council

    Clubhouse options head to council
    Newport Beach Country Club will receive a new clubhouse. The question is what will it look like and how big will it be? Two proposals will come before Newport Beach City Councilmembers at their Jan. 24 meeting for the East Coast Highway property. One...
  • Mailbag: Paddleboarders must know the rules

    My family and I have sailed and motored large and small boats in Newport and nearby harbors for many, many years ("Paddleboarding lanes, military flyovers fizzle," Sept. 27). We know paddleboarding is fun and wonderful exercise. However, if paddleboarders...
  • Mailbag: 'Builder Bob' does as he wishes on island

    Hi, "I'm Builder Bob." Soon I'll be building a home on your street. I am taking over your street. When I schedule material deliveries, the trucks will block your street for up to four or five hours. Of course I tell everyone that I didn't know that...
  • Commentary: In light of cyclist deaths, invest in safety

    Pets over people? That's the picture I came away with after attending the Bicycle Safety Committee meeting Monday evening at the Newport Beach Central Library. There were well over 100 in attendance, some of whom gave very moving testimonies...
  • Commentary: Cycling is unsafe in the village

    With the idea of improving bicycle safety and encouraging bicycle riding, the city of Newport Beach has added bicycle "sharrow" markings and other signage to East Coast Highway, between MacArthur Boulevard and Poppy Avenue, and on Bayside Drive through...
  • Mailbag: Remembering Merle's Drive-in

    Re. Carnett: OCC's early dorm residents quite the party animals (May 15): Come on now. Jim Carnett writes an article of history in Newport Beach and Costa Mesa and doesn't even know the name of one of America's greatest drive-in restaurants? Merle's...