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  • Council approves Rockledge home's construction

    At Tuesday's City Council meeting, the board voted 4 to 0, denying Rockledge neighbors' appeal on the development at 2425 S. Coast Hwy., a 7,692-square-foot home. The neighbors appealed the project due to the size, historical significance of the...
  • Helen Grove Meyer

    Helen Grove Meyer
    Helen Grove Meyer 8/24/1918-7/22/2011 Helen was one of two children of Frank, and Caroline Grove. She was born on August 24, 1918 in New Haven, Connecticut. Frank was a Tool and Die maker for the Lionel Company, so you know what came home at Christmas....
  • Board gives public extra hour on track

    During Tuesday's school board meeting, members of the public again brought up restrictions regarding the Laguna Beach High School track. The board made a motion to reconsider the limitations by adding an additional hour of use after residents Ceil...
  • Mailbag: Council did the right thing on skateboarding

    What an amazing night! Tuesday night in Laguna Beach, a town came together. Democracy was out in full force, and a community banded together around their children. It was truly a thing of beauty! I felt it only fair to write to the paper with something...
  • A patriotic program

    A patriotic program
    Families gathered early Thursday at Top of the World Elementary to hear second- and third-graders sing during the annual Young America Sings program. The kids gathered in rows on stage — decked out in red, white and blue — as parents and...
  • Love, friendship found as Liz's stand-in

    Love, friendship found as Liz's stand-in
    When Sydney Mack heard the news of Elizabeth Taylor's death, her memories of the star started flooding back. For a full year Mack, formerly known as Patricia Beattie, emulated Taylor's every move. After all, she was a stand-in on the set of the 1963...
  • Money for running

    Money for running
    El Morro Elementary School students hit the ground running Wednesday for their annual Jog-A-Thon fundraiser, with proceeds benefitting the PTA. All grades participated, from kindergarten through fifth, excitedly running laps on the field and high-...
  • From Canyon To Cove: Art-A-Fair going strong at 45

    Since 1967, artists and art lovers have been gathering at the Art-A-Fair. This is the festival's 45th consecutive show. The festival marked the occasion with a special event last weekend, but in the Art-A-Fair tradition, it was low key. Visitors got...
  • Mailbag: 'Footloose' cast and crew are inspirational

    Last weekend I took my daughters to see "Footloose" at the Artist's Theatre. What a wonderful show! Those high school students acted, sang, danced and changed sets and lighting like professionals. We were completely entertained. Bravo to our fantastically...
  • Our Laguna: Flip through the pages of Connie Morthland's life

    Connie Morthland celebrated her 100th birthday this year, and the milestone was commemorated in a book by her younger daughter, Joan Hutchins. The Grand Dame of Moss Point lives now at Crown Cove in Corona del Mar, but during her decades in Laguna Beach,...
  • Briefly In Religion

    The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Laguna Beach welcomes Hector Villagra to its pulpit Sunday to speak on "Freedom of Religion and Beliefs." Villagra was recently appointed to replace Ramona Ripston, who headed the American Civil Liberties Union of...
  • Mailbag: Skateboarding debate goes downhill

    A letter writer recently wrote a secondhand report (apparently she wasn't there) concerning two seventh-grade skateboarders who allege that a black Mercedes tried to hit them on Skyline Drive on March 28. If that actually happened, it is not noted in...