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  • Marina High alumnus killed in Afghanistan

    EDITOR'S NOTE: The L.A. Times recently published this profile about Marina High School graduate Kyle R. Warren, who died serving in Afghanistan this summer. * Kyle R. Warren was hard to miss, whether tearing down a rugby field or running toward a...
  • Greer's OC: Start the year off right

    Still looking for ideas on where to ring in 2011? Here are some great local spots celebrating New Year's Eve. * Sol Cocina Celebrate New Year's Eve and New Year's Day in true Baja style at Sol Cocina without leaving Orange County. On Friday, dine on...
  • Notable passings of 2010

    The following notable people from the Huntington Beach and Fountain Valley community passed away this year. Juergen W. Bless Bishop Juergen W. Bless did the first blessing at St. Thaddeus Jude Old Catholic Church in Old World Village and served...
  • City Lights: Pouncing on their dream

    City Lights: Pouncing on their dream
    I wonder if there's been a more common American dream in the last half-century than rock stardom. When I was 8, high on my first exposure to the Beatles, I created my own one-man band in the living room, playing a guitar and drum simultaneously and...
  • Honored in a florograph

    Honored in a florograph
    Leon Roach III wanted to become a neurosurgeon and save countless lives. In the end, he saved just a few. But it was enough to get his face recognized at the Rose Parade. Roach, a 19-year-old Marina High School graduate, died Sept. 3, 2009, at UC San...
  • Staying active with winter classes

    The days are still short and school is back in session, but that doesn't mean the fun has to end. The city of Huntington Beach offers children, teens, adults and seniors classes to fulfill any interest, and winter classes are just getting started. Here...
  • Planting flowers of memory

    Planting flowers of memory
    Every few days, Laura Edmondson leaves her home under the cover of darkness, packs her car with signs and painted wooden flowers, and goes to work planting them in the front yards of people she barely knows. It's not a prank, though. Edmondson,...
  • Are you Matt's match?

    Are you Matt's match?
    Matt Myer smiled as he sat at his kitchen table in a purple T-shirt with hospital bracelets on his wrist. Family friend Traci Coffman told him he was looking better today — more color, a little pink, a side effect of his medication, his mother...
  • Punk trio to play at Fitzgeralds

    Over the last half-century, pop musicians have come up with all kinds of stylistic fusions – country-blues, folk-rock and so on. Still, no musical stew may be more unlikely than the one whipped up by Hellride, the three-man supergroup coming to...
  • Police arrest man they say crashed into ambulance

    A suspected drunk driver was arrested last week in Huntington Beach after crashing into an ambulance transporting a patient to the hospital, officials said. Tristan Johnson, 36, of Bellflower, was arrested Nov. 4 after injuring four public safety...
  • Edison owns bell again

    Edison owns bell again
    NORWALK — The painted sign that hung on the Edison High side of Falcon Stadium at Cerritos College Friday read, "For whom the bell tolls." Well, it tolls for thee, Edison. Again. For a sixth-straight year. "Hey Rick!" Edison Coach Dave White...
  • Man seeks $1M in alleged assault

    A Belmont Shores man is asking for $1 million in damages, claiming a Huntington Beach police officer assaulted him, but officials call the allegations "unfounded." Philip DeLuca, 44, filed a claim Nov. 3 against the city stating he suffered emotional...