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.
In declaring his Democratic candidacy for the 48th District seat this week, Kotick said Orange County and the nation seem unprepared to take advantage of changes transforming work places that are confronting a shortage of skilled labor
A discussion about development and land use in Laguna Canyon will again take center stage before the Planning Commission next Wednesday, July 19, likely the last opportunity for residents and city planners to offer input before the commission settles on recommendations for City...
Not long after Laguna Nursery office manager Christine Black took on the extra responsibility of bookkeeping for the nursery and landscape business the first duplicate check was issued to her in the amount of $2,430.
While the debate in Washington over health care continues, Orange County congressional candidates for the 48th District, which includes Laguna Beach, are ratcheting up their campaigns. And health care is at the forefront of platforms by several candidates.
By Cassandra Reinhart, Special to the Independent Planning Commission members voted 4-1 this past Wednesday not to adopt Laguna Beach’s 1981 Historic Inventory of homes, thus recommending to the City Council that the controversial list be used only as an informational resource...