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  • 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...
  • Costa Mesa to Newport: Kill the bridge

    Costa Mesa officials hope their peers in Newport Beach will join them in opposing a proposed bridge that would link Costa Mesa's 19th Street with Huntington Beach. In a unanimous vote Tuesday, the Costa Mesa City Council upped the ante on its nearly 20-...
  • Newport council to make appointments

    City officials are shaking up the Newport Beach Aviation Committee and other citizens groups with long-standing community members. Beginning at its regular meeting Tuesday, City Council members will begin replacing appointees, some of whom have served...
  • Vote seeks to attain road from state

    Seeking to control West Coast Highway's landscaping, the Newport Beach City Council voted Tuesday to keep trying to acquire the road from the state. It may take special legislation, city leaders said, to get enough state funds to compensate for the city'...
  • Commentary: Banning Ranch warrants protection from development

    Commentary: Banning Ranch warrants protection from development
    What is Banning Ranch? Banning Ranch, the last large, open land in private hands on the Southern California coast, is in danger of irrevocable damage. This wild 400 acres sits along the Santa Ana River on the west and Superior Avenue on the east, near...
  • H.B. mayor to OCTA: Spike 19th Street bridge

    Huntington Beach Mayor Don Hansen said he has found a way around the decades-long assumption that Newport Beach has to agree if the county were to remove from its master plan a proposed bridge linking Surf City and Costa Mesa: Ask. Hansen suggests that...
  • 19th Street Bridge talks revived

    Elected officials have restarted talks about the 19th Street Bridge, a perennially controversial proposal that would connect Costa Mesa and Huntington Beach. County Supervisor John Moorlach quietly revived discussions among council members — one...
  • 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-...
  • Commentary: Create a brick-paved promenade in CdM

    It would be tremendously expensive. That is what Newport Beach Mayor Nancy Gardner told me when I emailed her with my humble idea about how to solve traffic problems along the section of East Coast Highway that goes through the flower streets. The recent...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Toy Boat store to stay open, owner says

    A cash mob may have saved Toy Boat Toy Boat Toy Boat, which was scheduled to close this week but instead remains open with brisk business, its owner said. "We thought we would be packing up right now," Lori Curtin said in an interview, squeezed between...