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  • Instructor says 'service without politics'

    Instructor says 'service without politics'
    Heather Grow would have no trouble reading a council agenda by night and reading "If You Give a Moose a Muffin" by day. The first-time Huntington Beach City Council candidate has worked for nearly three years as an inclusion facilitator for special-...
  • Experimenting with interest

    When 5-year-old Travis McDonald stood up, his chin barely made it over the black countertops of the chemistry lab, and he had to reach his arms all the way up to work on a science experiment. Travis chewed gum as he mixed glue with borax, covering his...
  • Seven challenging incumbents

    Editor's note: This changes the third paragraph to include Patrick Tucker's title. Ten candidates for the Fountain Valley City Council are going into the last three weeks of campaigning. Candidates are vying for three opens seats occupied by Mayor Pro...
  • Greer's OC: Girls can play ball

    Girls just wanting to have fun, while staying fit and learning the sport of volleyball, can join TCA Volleyball. Programs are offered for girls ages 10 to 18, and for all levels, from beginners who have never played to those training for a national...
  • Longtime TV station packing its bags

    Longtime TV station packing its bags
    In the coming months, KOCE-TV will move to Costa Mesa, change its name and become the new full-service PBS station for most of Southern California. And that means finding a new home for the cat. The station, which has operated at Golden West College...
  • Vikings look to bounce back

    Vikings look to bounce back
    It was only the beginning of the month of October and Halloween was still 30 days away, yet trickery took a foul turn on the Marina High football team last week in Aliso Viejo. Entrenched in a tight battle with host Aliso Niguel, the Vikings fell victim...
  • On Theater: Comedies all around

    Theatergoers in Huntington Beach may be forgiven if they're unsure which way to turn next weekend. All three local theater groups – the Huntington Beach Playhouse, Golden West College and the Academy for the Performing Arts at Huntington Beach High...
  • Helping Huntington have fun

    When it's time to retire, it's time to retire. For Huntington Beach's Community Service Director Jim Engle, that time was last year. The Fountain Valley resident did retire, but he never ended up leaving. Instead, he stayed on part time to get the...
  • On Theater: Golden West doesn't have to dress to impress

    Probably the toughest part of staging a farcical comedy such as Golden West College's "Don't Dress for Dinner," at least on opening night, is holding for laughs without disrupting the required frantic pace of the play. The laughs do come thick and fast...
  • Edison wins tourney crown

    The Edison High boys' water polo team won a team championship and an all-you-can eat feast Saturday by winning the in the inaugural Newport Rib Co. Classic at Costa Mesa High's new pool. The Chargers defeated University, 11-5, in the semifinals and in...
  • Mailbag: Need to face future at Dwyer

    I just wanted to weigh in on the discussion about the proposed solar panels at Dwyer Middle School ("Parents protest solar panel site," Dec. 23). I am a Huntington Beach resident, too. I love historic buildings. Dwyer is no exception; it's fantastic. I...
  • Coroner IDs teens found dead

    Two teenagers whose bodies were found Friday in a vacant Huntington Beach apartment have been identified by the coroner. Aaron Saenz, 15, of Westminster and Chelsea Taylor, 16, of Huntington Beach were found shortly after 10 a.m. Friday in a vacant...