Following the $10 million sale of a portion of Bill Gross’s United States stamp collection on Oct. 3, Gross announced that in addition to donating $1 million each to Doctors Without Borders USA and The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund, he will also match a $200,000 donation by...
A 50-foot wide and 3-foot tall natural beach sand berm at Aliso Beach remained intact all summer preventing creek water, polluted from inland runoff,from flowing into the ocean and creating dangerous rip currents.
The Laguna Beach City Council directed city staff at its Oct. 23 meeting to draft language for a new historic resource ordinance that would make it voluntary for homeowners to have their home on the city’s list of historic resources.
After addressing comments gleaned from two previous meetings about eliminating sewer odors at the “Glenneyre Dip,” the Water Quality Department will present the revised project to the Design Review Board on Thursday, Nov. 8.
A community safety event commemorating the 25th anniversary of the 1993 Laguna Beach Fire, which burned approximately 16,000 acres and destroyed or damaged over 400 homes in the city, will be held on Saturday, Oct. 27,
Some experts at the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce’s annual Economic Forecast luncheon, held at the Balboa Bay Resort on Thursday, Oct. 11, think a recession is coming, but Orange County will escape much of the economic damage
Neighborhood Congregational Church is inviting the community to take part in the “Festival of Mosaics,” taking place in Laguna Beach throughout November. Participants will have the opportunity to affix tile chips and pieces to a wall on Glenneyre Street
By Amy Orr | LB Indy Last week, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced the findings of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP). At the end of the 2017-18 school year, more than three million California youngsters in...