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  • Art chosen for Heisler Park

    Three pieces of art by a team of local artists were selected Tuesday to satisfy the city's obligation to provide public art for the Heisler Park renovation project. The City Council unanimously approved the proposal by Scott and Naomi Schoenherr from the...
  • Briefly In Sports

    Laguna's Smith wins half-marathon Cheryl Smith of Laguna Beach, along with a pair of runners from Long Beach and a female competitor from Ohio, took top honors Sunday at the 15th annual Surf City USA Marathon in Huntington Beach. Smith, 30, was the top...
  • Briefly In The News

    Flood task force of 10 is forming The Laguna Beach City Council is accepting applications to serve on a Flood Mitigation Task Force, according to City Clerk Martha Anderson. The task force will consist of 10 members: two from the council, one planning...
  • Former mayor was 'always thinking of others'

    Former Laguna Beach mayor and businessman Charlton Phillips Boyd died Feb. 3 in Dana Point. He was 91. "Anyone who can live their lives the way 'Charlie' did and make it to 91 will have pr etty good lives," City Councilwoman Verna Rollinger said....
  • Editorial: Skating and city streets don't mix

    Laguna Beach city officials are finding themselves in the unenviable position of having to curtail something that is a lot of fun. And fun is important to Lagunans, especially those reared on the thrills of surfing and other water sports. Of course, the...
  • Pietig speaks at Canyon Conservancy meeting

    Editor's note: This corrects the quote about how the employee pensions will increase. City Manager John Pietig appeared affable, informative and funny at a recent dinner meeting of the Laguna Canyon Conservancy. Pietig addressed a group that...
  • Our Laguna: A three-time mayor is given the crystal gavel

    If the third time is the charm, Elizabeth Pearson is the charmer. Pearson's third term as mayor of Laguna Beach was honored Feb. 4 by the Laguna Beach Woman's Club. She swears there won't be a fourth term — but that's not what her supporters want...
  • Neighbors

    Community Foundation taps Loveland as CEO The Laguna Beach Community Foundation has named Darrcy Loveland as its president and chief executive officer. "Darrcy has more than 25 years of experience with corporate, nonprofit, association and government...
  • In The Arts

    Irvine hosts college exhibit The Laguna College of Art & Design MFA Faculty and Student Exhibition will open at 10 a.m. today at The Irvine Fine Arts Center, 14321 Yale Ave., Irvine. The exhibit will be on display through March 9. The painting and...
  • Chasing Down The Muse: EPA under fire from Congress

    "Look again at that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us. On it everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of, every human being who ever was, lived out their lives." – Carl Sagan, "Pale Blue Dot" * The hardest task of...
  • Sounding Off: Skateboard ban not fair to responsible riders

    Editor's note: The following was addressed to Laguna Beach Mayor Toni Iseman. * Dear Mayor, I just read the outcome of last Tuesday's meeting on "speedboarding," and I am very concerned that more of my rights are being taken from me. First it was the...
  • Police cracking down on bicycle, motorist violations

    Bicyclists and motorists in five cities will have to be careful to abide by traffic rules Saturday and Feb. 24 when police officers in various cities will be conducting a special enforcement detail targeting areas where bicycles and motorists are on the...