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I read Chris Epting's perspective on the beach fire issue this morning and I wanted to give you another perspective. I live in Huntington Beach about two blocks from the beach. I am not a "wealthy person" who is trying to keep others from beach...
Tags: Asthma, Rentals, Melville, Environmental Issues, Population
Sparks continue to fly between residents and the Huntington Beach City School District over the future of the LeBard Park and school site near Brookhurst Street and Indianapolis Avenue. LeBard Park includes several baseball diamonds, parkland and a...
Is it true that they are just waiting for me to come along? It certainly seems that way. At Vons I get tired. When I get tired I don't stand up straight when I walk and the walker or the grocery cart gets out in front of me, leaving me almost horizontal...
The Huntington Beach City Council unanimously approved a property owner's plan to remove three oil tanks from the city's southeastern area at Monday's meeting, concluding a lengthy process that was drawn out by two appeals last year. Plains All...
Five candidates are vying for the newly redrawn 72nd Assembly District. Though it's hard to call a frontrunner in the crowded local race, Los Alamitos Mayor Troy Edgar is raking in high-profile Republican support. Edgar, who was a registered Democrat...
The organization responsible for overseeing California's power grid is developing plans to meet next summer's electricity needs in Southern California if the San Onofre nuclear plant remains offline, according to the Los Angeles Times. The plant's outage...
MetroPCS has asked Huntington Beach for permission to install a wireless communication facility on Ravenwood Lane, north of Warwick Drive and west of the Santa Ana River, according to a city staff report. If approved, the company will install its...
There is a season for everything. And this is the season to finish planting a summer garden. There is still time left to plant summer crops like squash, beans, cucumbers and corn here in coastal Southern California. Otherwise, wait until mid-September...
Tags: Winter Squash
A homeowners association president has urged his neighbors to attend a Wednesday night informational meeting about a property that the Huntington Beach City School District seeks to demolish and renovate into a park and residential development. Steven...
While Vic was out on the ocean this past weekend, searching for pelagic birds on a trip with Sea and Sage Audubon, I went to photography boot camp. Ralph Velasco, a noted local travel photographer, teaches this great refresher course periodically at...
Judy Sykes and her husband, Ray, always knew their electricity bill was higher than average because of a large freezer they have in their garage for business. But in the last 20 years, their bill kept getting higher despite the recent installation of a...
A pair of dormant Huntington Beach electricity generators may be running again in the coming months as power officials look to meet demand in the wake of the San Onofre power plant's temporary closure. Eric Pendergraft, president of AES Southland, said...
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