The Sea Scout program, which instills sailing and leadership skills in youth ages 12 to 18, has not ventured beyond Dana Point Harbor since February, anchored by a pending Coast Guard investigation. Emotions are reaching a crescendo as many in the local boating community see the Coast Guard action as an unnecessary affront to […]
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Forty-two fifth graders from Laguna Beach’s El Morro Elementary enjoyed a marine mammal cruise from Dana Point’s Ocean Institute dock last week. Two additional groups of El Morro students were treated this week as well. The students were funded by a donation from Hearts of Montage, an employee charity affiliated with Montage Laguna Beach. […]
My wife’s daughter Breanna Hite returned to her alma mater recently to share her experiences and offer advice to Laguna Beach High School students who might be considering a Coast Guard career. For the cadet, Hite’s turn at recruiting signified her own maturation and readiness to begin sharing the lessons that propelled her into […]
Registration for True Youth Flag Football is open until March 26. The league will play at Dana Point’s RH Dana Elementary School. The league is open to all boys and girls ages 5-14 and all games will be played on Saturdays starting April 14. For more information, please see www.trueflagfootball.com.
Laguna Beach won the three-way smack down against Dana Point and Santa Monica for which city would purchase the most whale tail license plates since the newly redesigned plate went on sale in August. Mayors of the three coastal towns agreed to compete in the friendly six-week competition when asked by the […]
Responding to a strong first quarter and betting on a resurgence of the luxury real estate market, Surterre Properties is expanding by opening a new office at Monarch Beach in Dana Point in June. Tom Iovenitti, a former Coldwell Banker president, was hired to head business development by Surterre and examine other in-state opportunities and […]
Editor: Bill Deline’s letter to the editor about the number of cyclists riding through Laguna is expected and deserved (“More Two-Wheelers on the Road Too,” Feb. 11, Letters.) If he saw the New Year’s Day ride…yes, it’s huge (400+riders), and can stretch out over half a mile. Laguna is a hub to a great many […]