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Historic Cottages on Chopping Block

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Saying his opponents "shot themselves in the foot," Laguna Beach resident and developer Ken Fischbeck rescinded a proposal made earlier this month to...

Newsstand’s Shelf-life Renewed Again

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After a six-month closure due to damage from last December’s deluge, the owner of the downtown newsstand on Ocean Avenue expects to reopen by...

Ho Hum Bandit Caught in Denver

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Denver FBI agents on Monday arrested Adam Lynch, the “Ho Hum” bandit suspected in two Laguna Beach hold-ups and many others. Lynch, 34, of...

Initiative Aims to Preserve Laguna’s Open Space

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Open-space advocates will ask Laguna Beach voters to again tax themselves $20 million over 20 years to claim 550 acres within city limits that...

Luxury Home Broker McMonigle Files for Ch. 7 Bankruptcy

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By Mark Mueller Orange County Business Journal Newport Beach-based luxury real estate agent John McMonigle has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection, according to court records. McMonigle,...

Fireworks Under Fire

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For the first time, Laguna Beach must obtain a permit from the San Diego Regional Water Quality Board to ignite July 4th fireworks offshore. Partly...

Animal Lovers Keep Shelter Redux On Target

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The $669,000 renovation of the city’s 60-year-old and recently flood-damaged animal shelter in Laguna Canyon will stay on schedule thanks to private donations totaling...

Wyland and Nick I Sing Blues for Ocean

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As it turns out, Nick Hernandez, Jr., can really sing the blues. It’s just that ability to defy stereotypes that makes Hernandez stand out in...

Hotel’s Ex-Controller Pleads Guilty to Embezzling

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The former controller of Hotel Laguna faces a maximum term of four years in state prison at a sentencing hearing scheduled for May 6...

New Restaurants Set to Open

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Local dining patrons eager to experience fresh restaurant concepts may soon have a trio of new Laguna Beach venues to visit, though all in...

Laguna to Receive Trade Center Girders for Public Art

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Laguna Beach will receive two steel girder pieces weighing 612 lbs. each and measuring 72 x 36 x 12 inches for use in a...

Local Icon Shares His Views at Exchange Club

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Local Doug Miller, a prolific painter, violinist and photographer, will talk about his life with members of the Laguna Beach Exchange Club, which meets...

Mission Hospital’s CEO Stepping Down

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Peter Bastone, the longtime president and chief executive of 552-bed Mission Hospital, which has campuses in Mission Viejo and Laguna Beach, will resign June...

Kelpfest Brings Underwater World to Main Beach

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The second annual Kelpfest will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 16, on Main Beach. “Thousands of volunteers helped...

Open Space Prevails at Big Bend

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Historic cottages to be removed Nearly four city-owned acres at a curve on Laguna Canyon Road known as Big Bend, where three dilapidating historic cottages...