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  • Vargas turns it up at finish

    Ramon Vargas appeared to be on his way to a third-place finish in the boys' 300-hurdles heat he ran Saturday at the CIF Southern Section Division II track and field preliminaries meet at Moorpark High. In third place with just four hurdles to go, it...
  • Chargers finish 2nd

    Chargers finish 2nd
    A repeat performance was oh so close for the Edison High girls' swim team, but it wasn't to be. In a Division I final Friday at historic Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool in Long Beach that had plenty of drama and several stellar performances, Edison fell two...
  • Event raises money, honors leaders

    Coastline Community College raised more than $170,000 for students at its annual awards event in May. The 2010 Visionary of the Year Awards raised $178,562 for Coastline Community College, based in Fountain Valley, on May 2. The college honored four...
  • District welcomes new president

    District welcomes new president
    The Coast Community College District has selected a new president for Coastline Community College. Loretta Adrian was unanimously approved by the district Board of Trustees on May 19. Coastline is based in Fountain Valley and has locations in Garden...
  • Chaplains offer comfort in crisis

    Chaplains offer comfort in crisis
    The man just had a knife to his throat. Training was over, and it was time for the Rev. John McFarland to take action at his first call from the Fountain Valley Police Department. Police talked the man down from taking his life, diffusing the...
  • Family act vaults to Masters status

    Family act vaults to Masters status
    Michael Loschiavo achieved one of his main goals Saturday. This week, he's turned his full attention to goal No. 2. The Huntington Beach High senior came up with a fourth-place finish in the boys' Division 2 pole vault at the CIF Southern Section Track...
  • Murder suspect arrested at his bachelor party

    Though his arraignment was delayed Tuesday, new details emerged about a Costa Mesa man accused of killing, decapitating and dismembering his neighbor and then shooting a friend of the victim to throw police off his tracks. Daniel Wozniak — who...
  • Sign up for summer swimming lessons

    Golden West College wants participants for its Summer Swim Program. The college is offering recreation swimming, water polo classes and swim lessons for all levels from Parent and Me to adult. Lessons are offered in four sessions from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30...
  • Two for Tanzania

    Two for Tanzania
    Adriel and Aian Vissani plan to board an airplane for the first time in their lives in August 2011. And they don't expect the life-changing experience to end there. The twin brothers are among the members of St. Wilfrid's Episcopal Church in Huntington...
  • College hosts business forum, expo

    Coastline Community College is hosting a free business forum and expo Friday in Garden Grove. Coastline's business development program Project Success will bring together the green and information technology industries for the free event. The...
  • Club comes to campus

    Club comes to campus
    Huntington Beach will soon have the first Boys & Girls Club in the state on a college campus. The Huntington Valley Boys & Girls Club held a Construction Celebration on June 10 on a child-development preschool at Golden West College. The Boys & Girls...
  • Death penalty sought in double-killing case

    Prosecutors will seek the death penalty against Daniel Wozniak, the Costa Mesa man accused of killing and beheading his neighbor then killing a friend of the neighbor to cover up the first crime, Orange County Dist. Atty. Tony Rackauckas announced...