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Boarding a Flight Into History

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Laguna Beach lawyer and former WWII bombardier Charles Brady leaves with his son today for a three-day whirlwind trip to the nation’s Capitol. By coincidence,...

Laguna Retailer Finds Friendly Vibe at City Hall

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Like many business owners before him, Reuse Jeans owner George Powell received his share of sardonic “good luck” quips when mentioning his plan to...

Slow It, Spread It, Sink It

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Anneliese waterproofs school with rain pools When it floods, there’s only one thing that should get depressed, even in Laguna Beach, says rainwater-harvesting expert Brad...

FBI Nabs Suspect in Laguna Robbery

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A man who recently completed a two-year sentence for robbery was arrested this week as a suspect in a pair of recent Orange County...

Aliso Creek Gets a Little Sweeter

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Aliso Creek Inn added a new suite to the resort property, sited in an exclusive area at the midpoint on its nine-hole golf course....

Strong Home Sales Spur Expansion

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Responding to a strong first quarter and betting on a resurgence of the luxury real estate market, Surterre Properties is expanding by opening a...

Laguna’s Budget Improves, But Remains in the Red

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After peaking four years ago and then dropping 4 percent to a low of $44.8 million last year, the city’s general fund budget is...

Fireworks Show Will Go On

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The water quality board with authority over coastal waters from Laguna Beach to the Mexican border voted 6-0 to require permits for over-the-water fireworks...

Crime Victims Find Unexpected Help

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A suggestion from the county public administrator, who protects the assets and manages the affairs of deceased residents, proved a lifeline to Debbie Ambrose...

Hobie and Hurley Split a Peak

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Surf apparel maker Hurley International announced a first-time collaboration with iconic surf brand and retailer Hobie to create a line of men’s surf apparel...

Ann Quilter Named Woman of the Year

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The Laguna Beach Woman’s Club selected Ann Quilter, a long time contributor to the community, as its recipient of the 2011 Woman of the...

Wrapping Up Patriotic Support

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More than 1,000 moms and their teenaged daughters, members of the National Charity League, Inc. of Orange County, plan a trip this weekend to...

Laguna’s Economy Rebounds as Tax Revenue Climbs

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Mayor Walks on the Sunny Side Sales, property and hotel bed taxes are increasing for the first time in several years, even though they remain...

College Welcomes New President

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The Laguna College of Art and Design announced Jonathan Burke will succeed retiring president Dennis Power. Burke, vice president of academic affairs and the school’s...

Stinkless Beach Sewer Station Doubles in Cost

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Also, lights out on ‘Light Trespass’ ordinance and resuscitation possible for nearly dead cottages The new sewer pump station at the soon-to-be remodeled Main Beach...