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A Pop-Tart in a doughnut? It's a hit at Fountain Valley's year-old Donut Bar

A Pop-Tart in a doughnut? It's a hit at Fountain Valley's year-old Donut Bar

The last thing Santiago Campa has time for is sleep. In the past couple of weeks, the co-founder of Donut Bar has done interviews with Ryan Seacrest, CBS and ABC, all because of one of his doughnuts.

 

O.C. grads 'embarrassed' by fellow alum's anti-gay initiative

Although the Orange County lawyer who submitted a proposed ballot measure calling for the killing of gay people appears to have gone underground, hundreds of his former classmates have stepped...

 

F.V. nursing facility sued over death of former patient

A lawsuit against a Fountain Valley nursing facility claims that a former patient was injured and died because of insufficient care at the facility.

O.C. Water District considers 50-year deal for desalinated water from Poseidon project

The Orange County Water District will continue talks with Poseidon Water to determine whether buying water from the company's proposed ocean desalination plant in Huntington Beach is in the best...

 

Posthumous respect for Lennon the artist at Irvine exhibit

John Lennon would have been a productive 21st century man. His widow is sure of that.

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Huntington police chief calls for more officers

Low staffing levels in the Huntington Beach Police Department have hampered officer response times and investigations, the police chief told...

Man gropes boy, 15, in Huntington movie theater

Huntington Beach police are seeking the public's help in identifying a man who groped a teenager in a movie theater Monday.

Massage parlors to face stricter regulations in H.B.

Stricter laws are on the way for massage establishments in Huntington Beach.

Man sought in Huntington bar fight

Huntington Beach police are looking for a man who was reportedly involved in a bar fight in the downtown area.

Huntington Beach to appoint committee on homelessness

The Huntington Beach City Council voted Monday to create a committee to look into homelessness in the city.

Man arrested in Starbucks theft, assault

Police have arrested a 26-year-old man accused of stealing a tip jar from a Huntington Beach Starbucks and assaulting a customer who trailed...

Politics

Assemblyman Harper's bills target state plastic bag ban, paper bag fee for repeal

Assemblyman Harper's bills target state plastic bag ban, paper bag fee for repeal

As crowds of residents and tourists spent their morning on the warm sands of Huntington Beach, state Assemblyman Matthew Harper said...

Council wants H.B. law to leave no doubt: Pot dispensaries are illegal

The Huntington Beach City Council wants to make something clear: Medical marijuana dispensaries are illegal in the city.

H.B. pursues nine amendments for tightening Beach/Edinger development

After months of vetting possible ways to slow development along two of Huntington Beach's busiest streets, the City Council on Monday...

Huntington slaps 45-day moratorium on new massage parlors

Huntington slaps 45-day moratorium on new massage parlors

The Huntington Beach City Council on Monday imposed a 45-day moratorium on new massage establishments in the city.

Revision of corridors plan on the table

A lower number of allowed residential units, increased parking requirements and larger setback minimums are among ways the Huntington...

H.B. restaurant gets city OK to sell alcohol, despite protests to state over license

A restaurant that moved into downtown Huntington Beach last summer received permission from the city Tuesday night to sell beer and wine,...

Business & Real Estate

Retail Therapy: Spend a little at Rascals

Forever young: The Rascals to Rebels children's boutique at 10680 Los Alamitos Blvd., Los Alamitos, is closing soon....

NFL great Tony Gonzalez lists his spot in Huntington Beach

NFL great Tony Gonzalez lists his spot in Huntington Beach

Tony Gonzalez, the former Huntington Beach High School standout and decorated NFL tight end, has put his home in Huntington Beach on...

Potential owners look for the cat's meow

Potential owners look for the cat's meow

Irish legend has it that leprechauns bury pots of gold at the end of a rainbow. For pet lovers, at least, that rainbow ends at the Seal...

Golden West College, H.B. group brew education center for entrepreneurs

Golden West College, H.B. group brew education center for entrepreneurs

Budding entrepreneurs would get a boost for their business aspirations if Golden West College and the Oak View Renewal Partnership have...

Retail Therapy: Bold moves at Bella Terra

In good fashion: Young future divas are invited to the grand opening of the Bold Girlz party place at the Bella Terra...

Times Community News names Russ Newton publisher

Times Community News names Russ Newton publisher

Russ Newton, a senior vice president with the Los Angeles Times, has been named publisher of Times Community News.

Education

Ocean View schools chief leaving for Oregon job

Ocean View schools chief leaving for Oregon job

The Ocean View School District in Huntington Beach, already contending with a multimillion-dollar budget hole linked to an asbestos scare,...

Hebrew Academy's exhibit explores Egypt

The Hebrew Academy's new Museum of Art and Culture in Huntington Beach is hosting tours for student groups and visitors this week of its...

Ocean View facing $15.8-million budget hole

The Ocean View School District faces a projected $15.8-million budget shortfall through the 2016-17 school year, and trustees learned at a...

3 closed campuses unlikely to fully reopen this school year, Ocean View told

The main buildings at three Huntington Beach schools closed because of asbestos concerns are unlikely to reopen this school year, the...

Ocean View superintendent eyeing Oregon job

The cash-strapped Ocean View School District, still grappling with an asbestos scare that closed three schools, now faces the possible...

Some Hope View Elementary students return to school closed by asbestos fears

Some Hope View Elementary students return to school closed by asbestos fears

Four months after Hope View Elementary School was closed because of worries about asbestos, more than one-third of its students returned...

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