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Laguna Contractors Go Electric

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When tackling steep hillside residential projects under tight conditions, Laguna Beach contractors' equipment of choice is commonly a mini excavator. The machines are traditionally diesel-powered,...

Grant Allows Clinic to Hire Another Doctor

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The Laguna Beach Community Clinic has received a three-year grant from the United Way to support hiring a full-time family physician, medical director Dr. Tom...

City Reaps Property Tax Windfall

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Laguna Beach will see $220,000 more than anticipated in property tax revenue due to an increase in property values throughout town, as determined by...

Old-School Diner Seasoned by New Trends

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By Justin Swanson | LB Indy “Excuse me, is it alright if we have a picture?” a woman asks for her two children. “We heard...

Visit Laguna Beach names Joanna Bear as new board chair

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Visit Laguna Beach has named Joanna Bear, General Manager at Surf & Sand Resort, as its board chair, effective immediately.  In this role, Bear, a...

Local Bicyclists Get Boost in City Budget

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The City Council approved the 2012-13 $47 million city budget with a balance of $71,000 Tuesday, in compliance with a July 1 requirement of...

Native son, home again 

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By Craig Lockwood, Special to the Independent American novelist Thomas Wolf’s legacy truism that “You can’t go home again,” rests on the expectation that “home” will never...

Coast Film & Music Festival’s ‘ENCORE’ Online Festival: The stoke rolls on through Thanksgiving...

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The fifth annual Coast Film & Music Festival concluded its highly anticipated celebration of cinematic storytelling and musical excellence, captivating attendees throughout the five-day...

The Indy Abroad: Nepal

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  Tamara Campbell holds the Laguna Beach Independent during her trip to Nepal from Oct. 5 to 18, where she, through the Laguna Beach-based nonprofit...

Top of the World Neighborhood Association seats new board members

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The Top of the World Neighborhood Association, a Laguna Beach neighborhood advocacy group, elected five new members to its board during its January meeting. Peter...

Valentine’s Day offers a loving reminder to get your heart checked by Laguna’s homegrown...

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By Barbara McMurray, Special to the Laguna Beach Independent  Hearts are ubiquitous this month as lovebirds and others exchange heart-shaped gifts for Valentine’s Day, Feb....

Photo: The Independent visits the Seventh Continent

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Laguna Beach Unified School District board member Jim Kelly and Dr. Robert Mangel read about the 2024 LBUSD Educators of the Year in the...

Foreign Seaweed Invading Tidepools

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Experts say it came over to North America from Japan 10 years ago, clinging to the hulls of freighters. Sargassum horneri, the invasive seaweed, then...

Council grapples with pickleball noise at Lang Park

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Reduced Hours, Quiet Paddles and Alternate Locations Among Potential Solutions  Reduced court hours, quiet paddles and studies into alternative locations are some solutions the Laguna...

Neal, Wassman Among Winners at Art-to-Go    

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The Artists Fund at Festival of Arts recently presented the Art-To-Go Best-in-Show awards to eight artists. The fundraising collection, themed “All Together Now,” features...