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  • The Crowd: Gala raises money for cystic fibrosis

    The Crowd: Gala raises money for cystic fibrosis
    The 27th annual Cystic Fibrosis Gala unfolded at The Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa, drawing a sellout crowd of 440 donors and raising an impressive $731,000 net for cystic fibrosis research and care. Chaired by Dan and Gayle Demsher with support...
  • Sailors can give a little whistle (or 3 or 5)

    The summer boating season is almost here. That's when harbors are filled with hundreds of kids participating in sailing classesfrom first-time white-knuckled beginners to those hoping one day to bring home the America's Cup. Keep in mind that most...
  • Mariner's Mile could redevelop

    Mariner's Mile could be the next hot spot to buy a condo. If the city of Newport Beach's proposed zoning ordinance is passed, then the long-troubled commercial corridor on West Coast Highway could have condominiums and apartments above ground-floor...
  • Lobdell: Remember these historic figures

    This year's Daily Pilot 103 got me to thinking. Who would make the all-time DP 103 list of influential people in Newport-Mesa history? Here's my stab at the beginnings of the list. I limited myself to folks who could be considered early pioneers or...
  • Breakers' new home: Tennis Club

    The move for the Newport Beach Breakers is short. It's just a stone's throw – or maybe a tennis ball's hit – from the parking lot of the Newport Beach Country Club to the courts at The Tennis Club Newport Beach. Sure, it's a bit more off...
  • Police prep for July Fourth

    It's almost that time of again, when Newport Beach police clamp down on the Balboa Peninsula as both drunken and sober holiday revelers turn the area into a virtual street and beach party for the Fourth of July. "The biggest issue is the crowds," said...
  • New airport routes may still be noise nuisance

    When a hospital or a school fails so miserably, officials usually rename it. The stakes in this case may not be life or death, but the Federal Aviation Administration has completely re-named the take-off procedure at John Wayne Airport. Now called STREL,...
  • Toon(e)town for one day

     Toon(e)town for one day
    TUSTIN — Inside a 17-story hangar, Tim Toone stood next to the Goodyear blimp for the first time. He never saw one hover above football games at Weber State when he played at the school in Ogden, Utah. Toone said he now knows why after talking...
  • Corona del Mar Today

    Median Sign To Go Back To City Council Striking a balance between what looks like bedsheets hanging between two saggy poles and a $42,000 electronic message board, the Corona del Mar Business Improvement District board approved a new sign proposal...
  • Noise concern in home project

    Costa Mesa Councilwoman Wendy Leece is asking other council members to review a housing and retail project recently approved by the Planning Commission. Harper's Pointe, an affordable-housing complex for seniors, would be a 53-unit building atop a retail...
  • Newport police chief walks the route

    Newport police chief walks the route
    When police officers blocked one young blonde from entering the Newport Beach Peninsula, they probably didn't expect the police chief to hear about it. They were, after all, just following orders. But Newport Beach Police Chief Jay Johnson walked the...
  • Council OKs senior complex

    COSTA MESA — The City Council on Tuesday approved an affordable-housing project that will sit 35 feet from a night club, a move that upset the club's owners and residents who live nearby. Harper's Pointe, a 53-unit complex for seniors, will be...