Last summer, Jennifer, a teacher on parental leave, and husband Jesse, a Thurston teacher and Laguna Beach lifeguard, returned to the Sawdust. “We are a legacy. People are coming back who still remember my parents,” said Jennifer.
The Laguna Beach City Council unanimously adopted the aims of the Paris Climate accords to forestall global warming, becoming one of the first cities in the county to endorse a policy ratified by 165 countries since 2015. The Trump administration withdrew from the agreement in June.
Training played a crucial role in the actions of a young Laguna Beach lifeguard, credited with saving the life of a 10-month-old baby that began to choke while eating a snack on North Treasure Island Beach, near the Montage resort.
Housing prices and rentals costs have rebounded since the downturn of 2008, making affordable housing more scarce for low-income or a single income households. “The low income situation in Laguna is not that great,” said Nadia Babayi, executive director of the Susi Q Center. She...
Last summer, while most of the nation focused on the impending administrative changes in Washington, D.C., Laguna Beach Unified School District adjusted to its own change in leadership, as Jason Viloria became the district’s new superintendent.
In kindergarten, Jake Dameshek was often overwhelmed. According to his mother, Kimberly O’Brien-Young, her autistic son frequently needed his twin brother, Sam, to calm him down. O’Brien–Young loved the bond between her boys, but she also wanted Jake to work toward independence.
Local environmental activists expect to spend the next few weeks advocating for an endorsement by Laguna Beach Mayor Toni Iseman to join with mayors from 347 other cities nationwide to sign resolutions to uphold the Paris Climate Agreement.