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Plant Man: A Boy’s Illness Sparks a Community’s Best

A close friend once told me, “When you write from the heart, the story will flow naturally.”  The unprecedented outpouring of Laguna’s love and concern for William McMurray and his family is a heartfelt story. From bake sales, garage sales, and lemonade stand sales, to larger...

Quiet Zone Tickets Fill City Coffers

Arguments over nightclub in neighborhood continue Parking restrictions in the neighborhood around Mozambique Steakhouse at 1740 S. Coast Highway are here to stay. Despite complaints from some patrons and residents that the neighborhood has become a ticket trap due to the...

Quiet Zone Tickets Fill City Coffers

Arguments over nightclub in neighborhood continue Parking restrictions in the neighborhood around Mozambique Steakhouse at 1740 S. Coast Highway are here to stay. Despite complaints from some patrons and residents that the neighborhood has become a ticket trap due to the...

Corrections:

Clarification: In “Lifeguards Honor Their Own” in the July 22 edition about a reunion, identified several former guards who had died in recent years were listed, including Norm Anderson. Paul Norm Anderson, 84, a Laguna lifeguard from 1948-1950, remains alive and kicking....

New Era of Collaboration at City Hall?

With outgoing City Manager Ken Frank known as the wizard of all things Laguna, city officials as well as community and business leaders hope his successor, John Pietig, will be more democratic than autocratic. “We’re supposed to be the captain of the ship,” said City Council...