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  • Briefs: Baseball clinic is Friday

    A baseball infield clinic for youth ages 10 to 16 will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday at Huntington Beach High. Clinic instructor Benji Medure, head coach at Huntington Beach, will cover fundamentals for infield play. The cost per person is $25....
  • Briefs: Dwyer wins titles

    The Dwyer Middle School eighth-grade girls' basketball team turned in two perfect runs to end its 2012 season as a double winner. The Jr. Oilers went 6-0 and won the California Athletic League regular-season title, then won two playoff games to take the...
  • Greer's OC: Endless fun with Ruby

    Ruby's Diner is hosting a free "Endless Summer" party from 6 to 9:30 p.m. Aug. 26 at the Huntington Beach Pier, complete with burger cookout, free outdoor movie and stars from the iconic surf documentary. Director Bruce Brown, surfer Robert August and the...
  • Greer's OC: Relax with spa deals

    Do something for you Fall Spa Week is here! That means you can indulge in luxury spa treatments for less by taking advantage of Spa Week specials through Sunday. For 50 bucks, you can receive a designated spa week special treatment from a...
  • In The Pipeline: Relive that beach nostalgia

    "What better way to end summer?" Dean Torrence, one half of the legendary 1960s singing duo Jan and Dean, spoke to me recently about the "Endless Summer" concert he's performing with his band, the Surf City Allstars, this Saturday at the Hyatt Regency...
  • Ocean View student dies in Westminster traffic accident

    Westminster police Wednesday night were investigating whether speeding or horseplay were factors in a traffic accident that claimed the life of an 18-year-old high school student. Kody Kessler, a Westminster resident who attended Ocean View High School,...
  • In The Pipeline: Passion for soldiers

    In The Pipeline: Passion for soldiers
    "They won't even fit on the mirror anymore." Denise Burelli, who, with her husband, Anthony, runs the Beauty Supply Zone & Salon near Bolsa Chica Street and Heil Avenue, is proudly showing off all of the new pictures of servicemen and women. They send...
  • Getting involved with political process

    Seniors at a local private school are getting more than the typical semester of government education as they meet City Council candidates first hand and learn how to get involved. Brethren Christian Junior and Senior High School teacher Colleen Faris is...
  • Elections bring in thousands in funding

    Editor's note: This corrects the campaign contributions given to Huntington Beach Tomorrow and, subsequently, all totals. More than $615,000 has been poured into Huntington Beach for the elections, with nearly $90,000 going into incumbent Joe Carchio's...
  • Soroptimist hosts holiday gala

    Start the holidays with a champagne reception and casino games for charity. Soroptimist International of Huntington Beach is hosting its annual Home for the Holidays Gala to raise money for its service projects. Soroptimist is a volunteer service...
  • Natural Perspectives: Spending time in desert area of California

    Vic led his Irvine Valley College Emeritus Program bird class for adults to the Mojave National Preserve this past weekend. I tagged along to take photos and provide a guest lecture on the natural history of the area. We stayed for three days at the...
  • Council rejects RV lot project

    The City Council on Monday unanimously denied a project that would have allowed an almost 400-space RV storage lot behind a senior-living mobile home park, a decision that satisfied some residents. The council denied the Ward Garfield Specific Plan after...