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A fair share of pampering

A fair share of pampering

Between the deep-fried, bacon-wrapped whiskey and the stomach-churning rides, the Orange County Fair isn't really designed to do a body...

 

Laguna serious when it comes to homelessness solution

Sunday night was one of those treasured times when every person who wanted a place to sleep could get one at Laguna Canyon's overnight...

 

Fire department names new division chief

 

Police search for victims of suspected online sexual predator

Authorities are looking for more victims of an Orange County man suspected of using fake online profiles to lure girls as young as 12 into...

 

Toppled crane removed, roads reopened

A 93,000-pound crane that toppled onto a multi-story house on Rounsevel Terrace Friday has been removed and the area reopened to vehicular...

Education

National Merit Scholars announced

Students from Irvine, Newport Beach, Fountain Valley and Laguna Beach were among 1,600 National Merit Scholarship winners announced as...

School district to add 4 positions

The Laguna Beach Unified School District voted unanimously Tuesday to add four new positions, but not without questioning the salary of...

School textbooks available for perusal

The public will be able to view five new textbooks at the Laguna Beach Unified School District office through July 18, according to a news...

Laguna graduates 99 honors students

Laguna graduates 99 honors students

Ninety-nine students graduated with honors from Laguna Beach High School on Thursday.

New TOW principal says he will watch and learn

New TOW principal says he will watch and learn

Mike Conlon said he's not about to force his will as the new principal at Top of the World Elementary School.

New course to give struggling students a hand

Struggling students at Thurston Middle School will have a new way to try to boost their grades and gain valuable life skills beginning in...

Politics

Fine-art show accepting works

The Laguna Beach Arts Commission is accepting submissions to the annual Juried Fine Art Exhibition at City Hall, according to the city's...

Group offers its own Village Entrance plan: bike path, landscaping, walkway

Group offers its own Village Entrance plan: bike path, landscaping, walkway

A group of Laguna Beach residents have their own vision of how to beautify the entry into downtown from Laguna Canyon Road.

Supervisor candidates Bartlett and Ming outline what they would do for Laguna

The race for Orange County supervisor representing District 5 — which includes Laguna Beach — is heading into high gear.

Merritt announces run for Laguna City Council

Paul Merritt arrived in Laguna Beach from the Pasadena area in 1964, and in the 50 years since has developed a real passion for his...

Iseman announces her run for council reelection

Iseman announces her run for council reelection

The list of Laguna Beach City Council candidates grew Thursday with the announcement by incumbent Toni Iseman that she would run for...

Bicyclist group floods council with concerns about safety

Bicyclist group floods council with concerns about safety

About 100 bicyclists pedaled to — and then filled — Laguna Beach City Council chambers Tuesday night in a quest for safer...

Public Safety

Bike ride honors cycling victims

Bike ride honors cycling victims

Hundreds of cyclists turned out Sunday to honor two Laguna Beach residents killed while riding their bikes in the past year.

Work to begin on memorial to 2 police officers

Work to begin on memorial to 2 police officers

Crews began work this week preparing the site for a memorial honoring two Laguna Beach police officers who died while on duty, according...

Police Files for July 24

Mystic Way: Eight teenagers reportedly skated down the street in the 600 block at 2:14 p.m. Sunday.

Police Files for July 10

Park Avenue: A caller reported damage to lights and a plant in the 400 block at 9:39 a.m. Monday.

Police Files

Park Avenue: Theft of a copper mailbox worth $200 was reported in the 800 block at 9:13 a.m. Monday.

Fourth brings much of the same for Laguna police

Laguna Beach police arrested slightly more people on July 4 this year compared with 2013, though calls for service decreased, according to...

Business & Real Estate

Summer garden festival planned

The South Laguna Civic Assn. will host its annual summer garden festival and potluck Sunday.

Blue Bell revs up for fundraising campaign

A cat shelter in Laguna Canyon has a new look as it kicks off a fundraising campaign.

Meeting focuses on labor law

A Laguna Beach attorney will discuss labor law specifics at a Laguna Beach Chamber of Commerce breakfast workshop Thursday.

Shirley's Bagels wants to move to a sweeter spot, but parking is an issue

Shirley's Bagels wants to move to a sweeter spot, but parking is an issue

Parking requirements in Laguna Beach may determine whether a longtime breakfast-and-lunch spot can move from one location in The Plaza...

City to hold workshop on electronic building plans

The city will be holding an electronic-building-plan workshop July 29 in City Council chambers.

Urth breaks ground at The Cottage site in Laguna

Urth breaks ground at The Cottage site in Laguna

One hundred guests, including city officials, celebrated the beginning of a new chapter for a historic structure in north Laguna Beach on...

Obituaries

Vincent J. Savelli

Born to Italian and Austrian immigrants in Schenectady, New York, Vincent J. "Vinney" Savelli lived every moment of his 90 years without...

Dr. Alison Clark-Stewart 1943 - 2014

Dr. Alison Clarke-Stewart, a resident of Laguna Beach since 1983, passed away unexpectedly on February 23rd. She was a Professor in the...

Dorothy Lorraine Douglass 1918 - 2014

Dorothy Lorraine Douglass passed away January 29th, 2014 in Atascadero, California at age 95. A family memorial gathering will be held at...

Richard Frank Miller May 9, 1937 - January 16, 2014

LBHS ‘55, Stanford BA ‘59, JD ‘63. Practiced law in Pasadena for over 45 years. Married to Suzi, has one son, Sumner....

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