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Pressure Rises to Cut Water Use

Water use in the Laguna Beach County Water District needs to shrink by 24 percent or 200 million gallons over the next nine months in order to comply with statewide mandatory reductions, the first in state history, local water officials announced this week. To meet the mandatory cuts, beginning June 1 the district will limit outdoor watering...

This Month's Feature

Boys Volleyball (19-8)

Breakers Advance to CIF Semi’s for the 21st time – Qualify for State Laguna opened their 42nd straight trip to the playoffs seeded fourth in Division 2 last week and the four top seeds held and...

Track & Field

The girls qualified in seven events but the boys just missed in the Southern Section D4 preliminaries held on Saturday, May 16 at Carpinteria High School. The enrollment based division limited to...

Street Beat

Pursuit Ends in Arrest of Suspected Drunk

An allegedly drunk driver collided with three other cars while leading police on a high-speed, nearly eight mile chase last Saturday, May 16, through downtown and Laguna Canyon. Alan Terrazas, 41, of Aliso Viejo, only yielded to police after his own car was disabled when he rear-ended a car on El Toro Road, police Sgt. Tim Kleiser said. Despite wrecking two other cars between Boat Canyon and Aliso Creek Road, there were no major injuries reported as a result of the pursuit although one of...

Town Crier

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Educator Summons Something Special

  Volunteers recruited from the Susi Q Senior Center spend some of their afternoons each week as substitute grandparents, reading and drawing with second-graders at the Boys and Girls Club....
Posted On 21 May 2015

Shore Scene

Raptors Lured to New Habitat June 1972 is considered the date of the first important victory in the modern environmental movement. That is when DDT was banned by the EPA because it was shown that...

Division Chief Sifts Through Fire Department History

The town’s Fire Department history, which includes the county’s oldest operating fire station, is the focus of a Laguna Beach Historical Society talk at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 26. The public is...

This Week's Featured Home

Eat + Drink

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Sushi Meets Art and Music

Okura Robata Grill & Sushi Bar, 858 S. Coast Highway, is holding weeknight events aimed at creating community. During Vino and Art Night on Thursday, April 30, guests can create their own...

Blue Water Concert Series Makes Waves

The Pawn Shop Kings will be the first to take advantage of a Blue Water Music Festival concert series kicking off from 6-10 p.m. on Saturday, May 23, at Neighborhood Congregational Church. The...

Living Here

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Laguna Beach Bliss

Orange County Wedding Trends Ultimate OC weddings feature personal touches from start to finish. – By Cynthia Rupe Weddings are occasions steeped in love, ideals and promise. They are the...

Real Estate

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Home Captures Sunsets, Serenity and Style

This beach-close, renovated home impresses with all new designer touches in an extraordinary setting. Fine finishes include mahogany doors, Tuscan and travertine stone, honed black granite...
Posted On 18 Dec 2014

Moorea Masterpiece Awaits Your Arrival

An Italian style palazzo six years in the making, Villa di Sogni is a feat of design and painstaking engineering. Brought to life by Laguna Beach architect John O’Neill, the home was handcrafted...
Posted On 12 Dec 2014

Luxury, Charming Cottages

Luxury, charming cottages situated on a prime location in Shaw’s Cove in desirable North Laguna that features Pacific Ocean and white water views. This beautiful newly remodeled home is the first...
Posted On 05 Dec 2014

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