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Crime Log   11/12/10, 11:07, 112 30th St, Grand Theft, $1,400 stolen 11/13/10, 20:02, 760 Via Lido Nord, Burglary (Residential), $261,000 stolen 11/14/10, 07:02, 2100 Mariners (Mariners Elementary), Vandalism (Graffiti) est. dam. $1,000...

The Traffic Is Heavy on Memory Lane

  When I was little and I heard the expression “take a stroll down Memory Lane” I pictured a neatly manicured, tree-lined street. The clean, even sidewalks met with groomed green grass.  It was almost like a movie set.   In my rendition of...

Teaching the Wrong Lesson

  As Newport Harbor and Corona del Mar wrap up their football regular seasons tonight, the purity and honesty of high school and collegiate sports is in serious jeopardy. Not from anything the local students and coaches are doing, mind you....




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A Busy Spring at Sage

  Students at Sage Hill School spent their last week building guitars, exploring the paranormal, scuba diving, surfing and traveling abroad. But they weren’t making the most out of a bad case of senioritis. Their fun experiences were part of the Spring at Sage, a brand new, mandatory,...
Posted On 03 Jun 2011

NBPD Carries Torch for Special Olympics

Police employees ran along Pacific Coast Highway and Dover Drive on Thursday, carrying a torch to help raise awareness and funding for the Special Olympics. Several members of the Newport Beach Police Department participated in the annual Special Olympics Torch Run, joining 85,000 other law...
Posted On 03 Jun 2011

NFL Stars Help Raise $400K for Orangewood

Photos by Ann Chatillon Athletes First, a Newport Beach sports agency representing more than 100 athletes and coaches, partnered with Orangewood Children’s Foundation and its PALS auxiliary again this year hosting its annual two-day fundraiser, “The Athletes First Classic.” The gala event was...

Stepping Out

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Organic Joy

Joyful and triumphant sounds will flow from the 4,322 pipes of the William J. Gillespie Concert Organ, as Pacific Symphony’s holiday festivities conclude with “Holiday Organ Spectacular,” featuring leading organist Todd Wilson, curator of the E.M. Skinner pipe organ ...

If You Can Read This, Help Someone Who Can’t

Newport/Mesa ProLiteracy has just been awarded a $7,500 grant from The PIMCO Foundation. The foundation,  based in Newport Beach, supports community organizations that help people in need to lead more rewarding and responsible lives. ProLiteracy, a Newport Beach Public Library...

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