Judge ends Honarkar’s latest receivership after creditor request

A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge has ended the receivership overseeing a prominent Laguna Beach real estate investor’s companies, including the entity managing...

Jive Comes to LBHS

Laguna Generational Jive, an entertaining evening of song and story featuring Laguna Beach High School alumni stars with performances by the LBHS Jazz Band...

‘Camouflage House’ Pops Up at City Hall

Los Angeles-born sculptor and installation artist Tom Fruin recently returned home to the West Coast to take on his first temporary installation in Laguna Beach.

Locals Reach Out to Hurricane Victims

Laguna Beach residents with ties to Houston share their anxiety over how loved-ones are coping and a local store offers a donation to hurricane relief.

Laguna Beach Mobilizes for High Wind Events

Laguna Beach residents remembered the 26th anniversary of the 1993 wildfire this week while white-knuckling during the city's second Red Flag warning within six days.

‘Enchanted Garden’ Loses Its Sorcerer

Customers juggling intended purchases and wine-filled glasses stood eight-deep at the Laguna Nursery cash register last week. Such a sight apparently proved as rare at...

Local Man Dies in Africa Train Wreck

By Andrea Adelson | LB Indy About 60 people diverted their holiday weekend plans for a tribute at the Sandpiper Bar in Laguna Beach to...

Review Process of Village Entrance Art Proposal Begins

The Arts Commission will start the review process of a proposal by artist Marc Fornes for an Art in Public Places installation at the...

Rouda Steps Up to Challenge Rohrabacher

Laguna local and first time candidate Harley E. Rouda intends to challenge Rep. Dana Rohrabacher for the 48th Congressional District, he announced today, Thursday,...

South Swell Lifts 54th Brooks Contest

A welcome swell with waves of as much as 10 feet provided the engine for the 54th running of the annual Brooks Street Surfing...
Laguna beach police log

City: Bad Cell Service, Other Factors Hindered Sewage Spill Response

The technical report on the estimated 1.87 million gallon spill caused by a breach of the so-called North Coast Interceptor, a 4.1-mile transmission pipeline that channels raw sewage to the Coastal Treatment Plant, is the city’s official account of what happened last Thanksgiving and the following days.

Aliso Creek Estuary Restoration Closer to Reality

The mission to restore the Aliso Creek estuary, spearheaded by Laguna Ocean Foundation two years ago, received a second gift from the California Coastal Conservancy this holiday season, a $400,000 grant to implement the plan’s next phase.

School Board Elects Wolff President

The Laguna Beach Unified School District Board of Trustees reorganized at its Tuesday, Dec. 17, meeting, with members electing Peggy Wolff as president and Carol Normandin as clerk.

Laguna Looks to Buy Library Property from County

Laguna Beach will pursue purchasing a nearly 6,300-square-foot parcel of land underneath the Laguna Beach Library from the County of Orange.

Forever Indebted to The Material Girl

Three years ago, Cathleen Falsani and Maurice Possley traveled to Africa thanks to a ticket won in a raffle, returning home to Chicago transformed...