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  • City Council prohibits registered sex offenders from parks

    An emotionally charged Huntington Beach City Council voted Monday to ban all registered sex offenders from entering city parks, a move that went against the city attorney and police chief's recommendations and made the city's law even more stringent...
  • Vote pending on cell towers

    Huntington Beach and the wireless company T-Mobile held community meetings last week to introduce new proposed locations for cell towers, continuing a process that has sparked lawsuits and resident protests in recent years. The meetings, held to get...
  • Mailbag: Pardon more than two turkeys

    While President Obama is pardoning two turkeys for Thanksgiving, every one of us has that same presidential power by choosing a nonviolent Thanksgiving observance that spares a turkey's life. And here are some good reasons: •You are what you eat....
  • New hope for senior center

    Huntington Beach's long-anticipated new senior center may finally come to fruition now that a new developer has taken over the Pacific City project. Crescent Heights, a Florida-based company that replaced Pacific City's previous developer this summer, is...
  • Sunset Beach defenders tap colonial spirit

    The opponents of new taxes in Sunset Beach are seeking another day in court, and they have the Tea Party behind them. Not the Tea Party from 2010. The one from 1773. Attorneys for the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Foundation, which is backing the Citizen'...
  • Court reverses sex offender's conviction

    A registered sex offender and his lawyer recently convinced the Superior Court of Orange County appellate division to reverse his conviction for unlawfully entering a county park where children regularly gather. The three-judge panel made clear its Nov....
  • H.B. considers law on parent-hosted drinking

    A recommendation to draft a social host ordinance drew plenty of support at the Huntington Beach City Council meeting Monday. The board approved Councilman Joe Carchio's suggestion to have city attorney Jennifer McGrath draft a social host ordinance...
  • Huntington Beach council to consider outsourcing legal services

    The Huntington Beach City Council voted Monday to look into outsourcing the city's legal services. Supporters called the proposal a potential cost-saving measure while critics argued that it would lead to financial and legal woes. The council voted 5 to...
  • Top 10 news stories for 2012

    Top 10 news stories for 2012
    There's never a shortage of important stories in Huntington Beach and Fountain Valley, so choosing 10 is just skimming the top. These 10 most compelling stories are given in order of chronology. There are sad stories that end well and horrible stories...
  • Trial begins for man accused of injuring driver

    The trial of a Huntington Beach man accused of driving while using a suspended license and injuring another driver began Wednesday at the North Justice Center in Fullerton, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. Oscar Paz, 32, was...
  • Man convicted of injury hit-and-run

    A Huntington Beach man was convicted Thursday of driving on a suspended license, hitting another driver and causing the victim severe injuries, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. Oscar Paz, 32, was found guilty of one felony count...
  • City attorney's boyfriend weighs city clerk run

    The live-in boyfriend of Huntington Beach City Attorney Jennifer McGrath said he is weighing a run for the city clerk's office. Ed Pinchiff, an attorney, has until Aug. 10 to officially declare his candidacy. McGrath, who is elected to her position,...