a member of the 607th Quartermaster Graves Registration Company, Ciampa was responsible for gathering the bodies of more than 75,000 American and enemy soldiers, identifying them and preparing them for burial over the course of 11 months.
A new survey about the local art scene reveals little that distinguishes it from the conclusions of two previous studies: residents have a strong desire for Laguna Beach to be known as an arts community with a walk-able scale and a cultural center.
After working 30 years in fire fighting for larger, resource-deep agencies in three counties, Kirk Summers found serving as interim fire chief of Laguna Beach’s four-station department both refreshing and challenging.
With the national reckoning over sexual harassment as the backdrop, six candidates who want to represent the county’s coastal cities in Congress took to a stage in Costa Mesa last week to stake their claim as champions of women’s rights.
By Cassandra Reinhart and Andrea Adelson An unidentified woman, who wielded a weapon and was wounded by Laguna Beach police, underwent surgery and was listed in critical condition on Monday, Feb. 12, according to police. A weapon was located at the scene on St. Ann’s Drive where...
The candidacy of Laguna Beach resident Cottie Petrie-Norris, in a race to unseat the Republican incumbent for state Assembly, received a boost from the California Democratic Party, which endorsed her bid for office. At several locations around the state, including in San Juan...
Confronted by a walk-in refrigerator stocked with perishable ingredients and the unexpected departure of its founding chef, owners Michael and Cindy Byrne devised a plan to wrest some good from certain ruin.
Survey results indicate Laguna Beach residents would support raising taxes to relocate utilities underground, particularly on Laguna Canyon Road and evacuation routes, but unwilling to raise their property taxes to underground utilities in neighborhoods.