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One man died and another driver was injured Thursday night near Laguna Beach’s El Morro school when a driver lost control of his vehicle...

Cyclist Catapulted 300 Feet Escapes Nearly Unscathed

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A motorcyclist weaving in Coast Highway traffic at high speeds was catapulted 300 feet after colliding with another vehicle Tuesday, April 5, but survived...

Auction Items Seized from Deadbeat Donor

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Police investigators say they will seek multiple felony charges against a phony donor that wrote bad checks for more than $11,000 in auction items...

City Reverses Its Red Ink

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In a two-hour workshop Tuesday devoted to the city’s proposed $47 million budget, the City Council added requests for $75,000 to hire a consultant...

Laguna Punches Up Its Stance Against San Onofre

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Urged by concerned residents to put some power behind their position, Laguna Beach’s City Council Tuesday toughened up their wording and unanimously supported a...

Benefits and Benefactors

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Home Raffle Keeps Ocean Institute Afloat Tickets are available for the 10th annual Laguna Beach Gold Coast Million Dollar Home Raffle benefiting the Ocean Institute...

Ill Prepared Hiker Rescued from Hillside

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A sheriff’s helicopter was used to extract a hiker who suffered an anxiety attack and was unable to move from a steep trail in...

Council Raise Smoking Fines, Approves Memorial Grant

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Anyone caught smoking or starting an open fire in so-called "hazardous fire areas" where such actions are prohibited will be subject to a $1,000...

Firefighters Rescue Injured Cyclist

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An unidentified mountain biker injured while riding early Monday morning in the Laguna Coast Wilderness Park was hoisted off the hillside by helicopter, Laguna...

Pet Peeves: Trolleys

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By Mark D. Crantz   Laguna Beach.  Another perfect day in Paradise, but oh no, there are the trolleys.  I know.  I know. Everybody likes the...

League Provides Supplies for Club Members

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The Assistance League, through their preschool readiness program, has provided desks, chairs and school supplies for the Boys and Girls Club Even Start Program. Each year they give...

Let It Flow Digging for Well Funds

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Let It Flow, a Laguna Beach-based charity founded by pro teen skateboarder Nyjah Huston and his mother Kelle, hosts its first local charity event...

Memorial Set

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A memorial service for former Top of the World teacher Julie Toro is planned for 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 13, at Laguna Presbyterian Church.

Community Datebook 3/8/13

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Empathy From the Ground Up Boy Scout Jack Reed of Laguna Beach Troop 35 recently collected over 250 new socks to donate to the Friendship...

Interns Wanted

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Marketer Young Company is accepting applications for its fall internship program. Students who are working towards a degree in marketing, PR and creative arts...