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  • H.B. group rewards businesses that take the no-Styrofoam challenge

    H.B. group rewards businesses that take the no-Styrofoam challenge
    Three Huntington Beach residents are taking it upon themselves to rid the city's coast of polystyrene products.
  • Tattoo artist Valdez wants to bring fresh perspective to City Council race

    Tattoo artist Valdez wants to bring fresh perspective to City Council race
    Hector Valdez has been told that he doesn't have a chance at winning a seat on the Huntington Beach City Council. But the first-time candidate welcomes such comments. The 42-year-old Huntington Beach tattoo artist, known to many as "HEK," said he...

    Police tally 11 arrests in riot case

    A transient pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges stemming from his alleged participation in the Huntington Beach disturbance following the U.S. Open of Surfing, according to court officials. Eli Reuven Jackson, 20, was arrested on suspicion of...

    In Huntington Beach, a new wave of resentment revives '909er' stereotype

     In Huntington Beach, a new wave of resentment revives '909er' stereotype
    On a sunny September day, Christina Ayres lay on the sand near the Huntington Beach Pier, tanning in a pink bikini, and ticked off the things that identify a 909er. Bad clothing — " 'Jersey Shore' style," the 29-year-old explained. And meth ...

    U.S. Open proposal eliminates music, public skateboard bowl

    U.S. Open proposal eliminates music, public skateboard bowl
    A proposed plan presented to the Downtown Task Force for next year's U.S. Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach scales down the event considerably, but safety is still a concern among committee members. Next year's event would be more "sport-focused,"...