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Tradition by Pascal to Close Feb. 15

Say it’s not so, Pascal! But it’s true – after 24 years of serving sensational French cuisine, Pascal Olhats will hang his chef’s coat in the kitchen of his beloved Tradition by Pascal restaurant in Newport Beach for the last time on Feb. 15. Pascal says he wants to concentrate his efforts on other restaurant […]

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Hero and ‘Happy’: Jr. Lifeguards Honored

Hero and ‘Happy’: Jr. Lifeguards Honored

The City Council honored Newport Beach residents Alex Davis, 12, and Stephen McMillen, 9, with special Junior Lifeguard commendations Tuesday. Davis is a 6th grader at Newport Beach Elementary School and McMillen is a 4th grader at Mariner’s Christian Elementary. Alex’s honor cites his bravery and heroism. Stephen’s, his overall excellence and inspiration. Davis earned […]

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Parking Permit Fees Change for 2012

New year, new parking permit rates. The changes in the parking permit program that Newport Beach City Council approved at the Nov. 22 meeting are now being implemented in the 2012 annual, master and overnight parking permits, on sale now. The annual and overnight rates have increased, while the master permit has decreased. The 50 […]

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Police Warn Residents About Burglaries

Newport Beach police sent out alerts Wednesday about several burglaries that occurred over the weekend. One of the police messages warned residents about two vehicle burglaries that both happened in the 1600 block of Mesa Drive on Friday and Monday. Both were reported around 5 p.m. and both vehicles were locked and the suspect entered […]

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Chicken Flap Headed to City Council

Chicken Flap Headed to City Council

The “Goldenrod 6” chickens in Corona del Mar have been a hot topic for the past few weeks and on Tuesday the Newport Beach City Council will join the conversation. Mayor Nancy Gardner will bring the hens – and the ordinance governing them – up during public comment time at Tuesday’s council meeting. If there […]

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Efforts to Save Collins Detailed

Efforts to Save Collins Detailed

Surfline Founder Struck Down During Tennis Tourney  Sean Collins, the founder of Surfline.com, suffered a heart attack while playing doubles in a round-robin tennis tournament on Monday at Newport Beach’s Palisades Tennis Club. Despite frantic efforts by club officials using a defibrillator and by club guests with medical training, he died a short time later […]

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Chickens Cause Flap in CdM

Chickens Cause Flap in CdM

Some chickens are stirring up more than just dirt in Corona del Mar. Resident Michael Resk keeps six chickens in his backyard at his home on Goldenrod Avenue, and just last week a neighbor filed a complaint with the city. But Resk, who has had the chickens – all hens – for almost a year […]

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Expert: Castaways Trees Hazardous

Expert: Castaways Trees Hazardous

More than 100 blue gum eucalyptus trees lining a popular bike and walking trail in the Castaways pose a serious safety threat, according to risk assessment documents and photographs obtained by the Newport Beach Independent. Despite the fatal fall of a eucalyptus onto the car of Haeyoon Miller in September, which prompted citywide inspections that […]

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New School Board Officials Elected

The school board elected a new president, vice president and clerk Tuesday, among many other committee and representative positions. The Newport-Mesa Unified School District board of education unanimously voted David Brooks in as the new president. Brooks, Costa Mesa resident, has served on the board since 1998. Dana Black was elected as vice president and […]

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Gardner Appointed as New Mayor

Newport Beach City Council unanimously elected Nancy Gardner as its newest mayor during Tuesday’s meeting. Gardner thanks the council for voting her in as mayor and referred to a quote by Oliver Cromwell, “He who stops being better, stops being good.” “I think you can apply this to a city as well,” Gardner explained. “You […]

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