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An Orange County businessman will be in court Thursday after being accused of embezzling the proceeds of the rare and vintage Porsches that he sold on consignment, prosecutors said. John Calicchio, 63, of Costa Mesa, was charged with 14 counts of...
He'd rather be playing senior softball. But at 75, Dave Sullivan says he instead wants to help Huntington Beach thrive, and it's why he's running for City Council for the fourth time. The more-than-four-decade resident is worried about the city's fiscal...
Eleven of the 12 candidates for Huntington Beach City Council offered their divergent views Thursday at a forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Orange Coast and the American Assn. University of Women. The forum addressed almost every hot topic...
Tags: Local Elections, Politics, Elections
Huntington Beach City Manager Fred Wilson stood by his tenure at the city of San Bernardino following allegations that, for more than a decade, administrators there presented falsified records to hide budget problems. "I think the allegations are...
The nonprofit that helps maintain Huntington Beach's seaside haven for dogs has put out an urgent call for donations, saying the group may fall into bankruptcy in two to three months unless enough funds come in. The Preservation Society of Huntington Dog...
Tags: Human Interest, Animals
Huntington Beach City Councilman Keith Bohr, who for months was tangled up with financial difficulties, including a bankruptcy, a lawsuit by a lender and an attempted foreclosure on his house, seems to be getting his finances in order, according to...
Huntington Beach City Councilman Keith Bohr appears to be mired in financial difficulties that include an attempted foreclosure on his house, a bankruptcy filed for a downtown-based company he co-owns, and a lawsuit by a lender asking him to pay millions....
The story "'Green' project gets go ahead" (April 29) sounded so great until I realized these 22 homes approved by the Planning Commission are to be built on sacred land to Native Americans and just as likely to contain cogged stones and burials as the...
The Los Angeles City Council on Thursday signed off on Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's final $7.7-billion budget, setting the stage, as several members acknowledged, for many city workers to get a 5.5% raise in eight months. Council members did not vote to...
The Roman Catholic religious order that runs Brother Rice High School in Chicago and St. Laurence High School in Burbank didn't want Brother Edward Chrysostom Courtney in Chicago any longer. So in the early 1970s, the Irish Christian Brothers shipped...
Electric lights were first marketed to the public about 1880. It is said that Louis Comfort Tiffany's famous lily lamp with glass shades for light bulbs was the first lamp with a shade that projected light down, not up, like a candle flame. Other lamps of...
Allentown has a $200 million red ink problem, which, it seems, is the fault of any city politician not currently in office, and a population of 118,000 as of the 2010 census. That $200 million, split 118,000 ways, comes to less than $1,700 per person....
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