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The Patriots Day Parade Committee wasn't making a political statement when it chose "All Together Now" as the theme of the 2013 parade on March 2. "We selected the theme well before the national election in November without knowing its outcome," said...
Tarnished Treasures Luncheon is the Laguna Beach Woman's Club's gift to last-minute holiday shoppers and decorators. Besides the lure of bargains, this year the luncheon also included a performance by the "Plaid Tidings" cast and musical director...
PTA's parent education forum welcomed local psychologist Jerry Weichman last month at the Aliso Creek Inn. Weichman, author of teen guide "How To Deal," has an active adolescent practice in Newport Beach. He covered a broad range of topics from behavioral...
Tags: Behavioral Conditions, PTA, Vicodin (drug), Suicide, Parenting
After hearing from about 40 residents, the Laguna Beach City Council agreed this week to move forward with a controversial law that penalizes parents who allow minors to use alcohol and drugs in their homes. The so-called social host ordinance, which was...
Tags: Justice System, Drunk Driving, Judges, Punishment, Fines
I am a current resident of Laguna Beach and have been a pediatrician in the community for more than 50 years. As a doctor, I have been witness to countless instances where alcohol and drugs have destroyed young lives. This is even true for "good" kids...
Laguna Beach has a problem with juvenile alcohol and drug abuse, according to Laguna Beach Unified School District officials. In response, the district is seeking City Council support for a so-called social host ordinance that would hold responsible the...
The following is from the Oct. 16 City Council meeting. All council members were present. * PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS The public is allowed to speak on any subject not on the agenda. Speakers generally are limited to three minutes, but the time can be...
Top of the World Elementary School went on lockdown Sept. 21 after a third-grade student reported seeing a suspicious male with a mask and a backpack while walking to school. The student ran back home to tell his mother, who called the school. Police...
Laguna Beach is trying to do what the federal and state government hasn't accomplished: prevent the use of alcohol and drugs by anyone under 21. The City Council on Tuesday agreed to move forward on a social host ordinance that prohibits adults from...
This letter responds to Richard Picheny's personal attack on me in the Coastline Pilot's May 4 story, "Cottage to be torn down." Picheny indicated that I do nothing as a council member to protect old cottages. His statement is simply untrue. Here is one...
City officials on Tuesday cherry-picked less expensive ways to reduce local greenhouse emissions. The City Council approved measures that could be pushed through without substantial investments of money or staff time, culled by Mayor Pro Tem Verna...
I am pleased to announce that I will have a recurring column in the Coastline Pilot and Daily Pilot. Your feedback is welcome. My goal is to grapple with relevant health topics, which will be interwoven with the colors of local personalities,...
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