A Drought of Solutions for Drawing More Water

Jennifer Erickson | LB Indy Even as Laguna Beach County Water District prepares to raise rates over the next five years to pay for the...

Hearing Sparks Broader Discussion of Homelessness

After listening to passionate testimony for housing chronically homeless people who are mentally ill, City Council members on Tuesday expressed varied levels of support...

Opinion: Give the Gift of Good Food

By Jonathan Anzaldi Food brings us together to unify, conversate, enjoy and create memories with one another. For me personally, cooking has always been a...

New Tactic to Down the Wires

In a bid to lower fire risk by ridding the city of overhead utility power lines, the Laguna Beach City Council unanimously approved Tuesday, Nov. 15, a new ordinance requiring utilities to install new or replacement infrastructure below ground.

Women’s Water Polo Going for Gold

It looks like a rematch between the rookies and the veterans in women’s water polo. Only this time it’s for the gold. Still undefeated in...

Anti-Nuke Group Puts Pressure on Edison

Urging local residents living near tons of stored radioactive waste at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station to take action, five specialists presented views on safety dangers to more than 200 people last Wednesday, June 8, at the Laguna Beach City Council Chambers.

Skateboarding on Skyline Heads Downhill

Skyline Drive may be added to the existing list of eight Laguna Beach streets where skateboarding is prohibited if the City Council adopts the...


Correction: Due to incorrectly understood information,  candidate Steve Dicterow's age was listed incorrectly in “Anticipating Upcoming Elections,” in the July 20 edition. His correct...

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.

Locals Still in the Hunt for Gold

Laguna Beach resident Annika Dries and Team USA are two wins away from their first Olympic gold medal in women’s water polo, after knocking...

Village Matters

The Importance of Horseradish Did you get one of those fancy cars with the bow on top for Christmas? Or some of that kiss-worthy jewelry?...

Montage Open House Embraces the Season

Montage Laguna Beach opened its doors to locals and resort guests for its fifth annual holiday tree lighting ceremony and community open house, which...

Taking Stock

Eyes On The Targets Investors who did not “sell in May and go away” are fortunate they disregarded that ancient Wall Street cliché. After a...

Schools OK Budget, 1.5% Pay Raises

With four days remaining before the start of a new fiscal year, the Laguna Beach school board approved an annual budget of $56 million, 1.89 percent lower than the previous year, Tuesday, June 27. By a 4-0 vote, board members also ratified new employment contracts, giving district employees a 1.5 percent pay raise in ongoing compensation and a one-time, 1 percent off-schedule payment, according to the agenda.

Indy Calendar May 2-8, 2014

  Friday, May 9 Sawdust Art Festival Art Classes: 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. www.sawdustartfestival.org/studioartclasses 949-494-3030. Also 5/3-4. LBHS Volleyball Alumni vs Varsity, 6:30 p.m., Dugger Gym....