Commuters Confront More Road Work

Another major road project in Laguna Canyon begins next week and is expected to slow traffic even more along an already congested thoroughfare into Laguna Beach.

No Fooling, it’s a Goat Stampede

Something spooked a four-footed firefighting goat herd, which escaped this week in Bluebird Canyon.

City Accepts Broad-Stroke Arts Plan

A broad 10-year cultural arts “master plan” recommending more affordable space and global connection for the arts and artists in Laguna Beach, and ultimately requiring more money, was approved by the Laguna Beach City Council Tuesday.

Indy on Arts

Friday, April 1 Sissy Gillio Duo, 7 p.m., Big Fish Tavern, 540 S. Coast Hwy. #200. 949 715-4500. Adam Lasher Band, 7 p.m., Cliff Restaurant, 577 S. Coast Hwy. “Girls Night: The Musical,” 7:30 p.m., Laguna Playhouse, 606 Laguna Canyon Road. Tickets, $53 – $66; 949 497-2787....

LBHS Teachers Receive Praise from Tough Critics

Laguna Beach High School teachers Dawn Hunnicutt and David Brobeck were honored at the Crystal Apple Awards hosted and sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at the Laguna Niguel Stake Center in Aliso Viejo recently. Laguna Beach mayor Steve Dicterow along...

Roxanne Martin

Roxanne “Roxy” Marie Martin, age 32, passed away on March 3, 2016, at her home in Ladera Ranch. Roxy was born Feb. 1, 1984, at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach, and was a lifelong Southern California girl. She was a passionate person who loved being a mother, creating...

League Provides Supplies for Club Members

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 students backpacks with school supplies, hygiene items and clothing. Recently the League provided...

Club Hosts Celebratory Breakfast

To celebrate its 12 years in Bluebird Park, the Boys & Girls Club welcomes the public to the park from 8 to 10:30 a.m. for its annual Harry Bithell pancake breakfast Saturday, April 9. Admission is $5. For children, the event will also provide park games and arts &...

Greeter Fans Hope to Restore His Sculpture

The artists who carved a wooden likeness of Laguna Beach greeter Eiler Larsen hopes to restore it.

Tesla Smashed in Laguna Home Burglary

A homeowner tries to use his Tesla to block the path of burglars trying to flee his home.

Reimagining a City of the Arts

A year-round cultural center for visual and performing arts, a new international art festival, and peer review of public art commissions are among the recommendations of a report assessing the Laguna Beach art community.

Police Chief Receives What She Asks For

In her first official request as the city’s chief of police, Laura Farinella asked the City Council for more full-time police officers, a plea made by the police union for years.

Easter Services Set

An array of Easter celebrations are planned by the churches of Laguna Beach this weekend. Also listed are non-religious events associated with the holiday.

Gelson’s Moves Closer to Opening

Staff from other nearby Gelson’s markets conducted interviews last Saturday, March 19, with about 75 hopeful applicants, all hoping for a position at the new Gelson’s store expected to open in Laguna Beach in late April. The job fair brings South Laguna residents one step closer...

Schools Hire a New Superintendent

Jason Vilario received a warm welcome from the Laguna Beach school board, which unanimously voted to hire him as the new superintendent at its Tuesday, March 22, meeting.