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Kevin Snow Set to Retire After 44-Year Career as Marine Safety Chief

Kai Bond Promoted to Laguna Beach Marine Safety Chief Marine Safety Chief Kevin Snow has announced he will retire next month after serving 44 years...

Aquagrom raises 11K and counting for local beaches

The second annual Aquagrom, spearheaded by 12-year-old Alia Marriner, raised more than $11,000 for ocean conservation last Saturday after 25 ocean-savvy local groms took...

UPDATED: Presidential Democratic fundraiser in Laguna Beach postponed

UPDATED as of Wednesday, July 26: The Biden campaign announced yesterday that Friday's Laguna Beach fundraiser for the President's re-election has been postponed following...

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Remembering Elisabeth Brown, a visionary in Orange County land conservation

Elisabeth ‘Liz’ Brown, biologist and inspirational Orange County advocate for open space and wildlife habitat protection, died peacefully on July 6 at the age...

Town Crier: Week of July 19

Laguna Bluebelt Photo Exhibition Opening Reception  Laguna College of Art + Design's Gallery is presenting original photography from the Laguna Bluebelt’s 13th annual photo contest...

Civil War Stories from Battlefield to Homefront

Is reading a book something that has ever swept you away to a different world? That is precisely what you get with Moonlight Lonesome...

5 Best Upholstery Choices for a Durable and Stylish Couch

Choosing the right couch fabric is key if you want something durable and stylish. It'll totally change the look of your room, how comfy...

Building a Real Estate Empire: The Journey of Gerardo Peralta Diaz

As the founder and CEO of Golden View Investments, Gerardo Peralta Diaz has genuinely sculpted a very distinct path within the notoriously competitive realm...

Alloy Market Review: How to Get Cash for Your Gold Jewelry

Selling your old jewelry can be time-consuming, as well as a hassle. Many times, one must go into a physical place of business to...

Episcopal Church Women give to local charities

The Episcopal Church Women (ECW) has announced the 2024 recipients of its annual grant program. The organizations in Laguna Beach that will receive the...

An Attempted Murder at City Hall

The city of Laguna Beach unveiled the temporary sculpture installation "An Attempted Murder" by artist Jack Champion last Friday, July 12.  The title of this...

Family Art Day gets wild at the Festival of Arts

The Festival of Arts Family Art Day took a walk on the wild side last Sunday, July 14. The event, tailored to entertain the...

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Laguna Art Museum awarded FOA Foundation grant for 2024 Art + Nature Family Festival

Laguna Art Museum has been awarded a $3,000 grant from the prestigious Festival of Arts (FOA) Foundation. The grant will support the museum’s twelfth...

Business of The Week Profile

Business of the Week: Farmers & Merchants Bank

Farmers & Merchants Bank The home of strong liquidity, white-glove service, and a commitment to community F&M Bank has been California’s Strongest, since 1907. That’s not...

Non-Profit Spotlight: The Rotary Club of Laguna Beach

The Rotary Club of Laguna Beach Continues to Make a Positive Impact in the Community The upcoming Grapes for Grads event highlights a year of...

Business of the Week: Coast Hardware Laguna Beach

Coast Hardware Laguna Beach salutes the community! After 100 years of history, Ace Hardware nationwide celebrates a century. Coast Hardware in Laguna Beach has been...

Non-Profit Spotlight: Laguna Beach Garden Club

Not Your Granny’s Garden Club Admit it: you hear “garden club” and you think of grannies who gather only to chat about begonias... snooze. Shattering...

LBHS Boys Basketball, athletic boosters to host ‘Battle at the Beach’

Laguna Beach High School's Boys Basketball Team and LBHS Athletic Boosters will host a summer tournament starting this Friday at 9 a.m. at Dugger...

Laguna Sports Update: 90 Years of Laguna Beach Football, part 3

Football Squad Back from Japan The 43 Laguna Beach High School football players returned home on July 14 and resumed their summer training program. In...

Police Log: Week of July 11 to 18

Thursday, July 11 Disorderly conduct, obstructing public officers. Jerome Carl Davis Knight, 22, of Perris was arrested on suspicion of resisting public officers and alcohol-related...

Opinion: Will there be double whammy impacts in Laguna Beach from SB-4 and SB-9?

By Roger Butow “The road to Hell is paved with good intentions.” Portuguese proverb While everyone reacts to the proposed Related California/Neighborhood Congregational Church (RC/NCC) massive...

Opinion: Pet Peeves

Leave It to Beaver 2, A Trilogy By Mark D. Crantz Here’s a recap for readers who missed the first column concerning the Beaver family. The...