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LBHS Cheer to Raise $5,000 for New Mats

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LBHS Cheer is currently raffling off a three-night Big Bear cabin stay near Snow Summit and selling Sweetwater Hand Car Wash coupons in hopes...

Wellness Lab Strives to Help Residents Find Happiness Post-Pandemic

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Melissa Harris is on a mission to help you become a happier person. The retired psychology professor recently opened doors to a new Wellness...

Leisurely Living For Some

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Housing prices and rentals costs have rebounded since the downturn of 2008, making affordable housing more scarce for low-income or a single income households. “The low income situation in Laguna is not that great,” said Nadia Babayi, executive director of the Susi Q Center. She also serves on the city’s Senior Housing Task Force, convened to develop programs that assist seniors specifically with finding or retaining suitable housing.

Cultivating Consensus Over Trees

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As the result of collaboration between interested parties, the City Council last week approved replacement species for four of the10 trees felled from downtown...

Taking Stock

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A Long, Warm Summer Midsummer arrived on schedule as did the first wave of quarterly earnings reports. The summer is hot, the reports lukewarm. First...

National Merit Semifinalists Named

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Laguna Beach High School seniors Grant Barton and Aviva Meyers were named among 16,000 semifinalists in the 60th annual National Merit Scholarship Program, the...

Soroptimist’s Surprise a Santa Ana Mother

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Teresa Rodriguez of Santa Ana broke into tears upon hearing that she had won the Women’s Opportunity Award from Laguna Beach’s Soroptimist’s chapter. The single...

Laguna Beach OKs plan to ease permitting, parking rules for new downtown businesses

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Laguna Beach officially adopted looser permitting and parking rules for downtown businesses on Tuesday, capping a years-long process by city officials to create a...

Political Lowdown

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Many Venues to Hear Candidates Firsthand Incumbent City Council members Elizabeth Pearson and Kelly Boyd this week endorsed fellow incumbent Jane Egly and challenger Robert...

They Keep the Music Playing

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He played the trombone in high school and still plays a little piano even though lessons didn’t take when he was young. In middle-age,...

Garden Seedlings on Sale at Market

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Friends of the Hortense Miller Garden will hold their annual plant sale at the Laguna Beach Farmers' Market from 8 a.m. until noon on...

Sea Lion Freed by Rescuers

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A rescue team from Laguna Beach successfully freed an adult sea lion entangled in fishing line and also rescued a sick sea lion pup...

Filling a Prescription for a Mystery Malady

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Sarah Mahoney is determined to walk again and the Woman’s Club of Laguna Beach wants to help her. Last May, Mahoney, an “A” student at...

The Wedding Top 10

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Recent wedding trends offer couples looking to marry in Laguna more options than ever for creating the event of their dreams. By Lisa Marie Hart Far...

Democrats Vie for Front-runner Status

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This story was updated Feb. 2. None of the eight Democratic congressional candidates running to unseat Rep. Dana Rohrabacher in the 48th District in November...