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  • Couple sues city over condition of sidewalk

    A Tustin couple has sued Huntington Beach over a bicycle accident in which the wife was injured after her wheel became lodged in a crevice in the pavement. Darlene and Gerald Goens, who filed the lawsuit June 1, claim that she suffered injuries that...
  • Greer's OC: The scoop on N'iceCream

    Judging by the long line and then the smiling faces of first tasters at N'iceCream, who enjoyed a free scoop when the new shop opened at the OC Mart Mix on March 23, this Venice-born ice creamery will make Costa Mesa even sweeter. By way of Denmark, co-...
  • Greer's OC: Newport gets Sweet and Saucy

    Could Orange County become any sweeter? We just celebrated the new 'lette Macarons at Fashion Island, a place for authentic French macarons. We can order French pastries at Pandor Artisan Boulangerie that taste as delicious as ones in Paris. And now...
  • Heyer, Wildcats win College World Series

    Edison High graduate Kurt Heyer (2009), a pitcher for the University of Arizona baseball team, helped lead the Wildcats to the 2012 College World Series title. Arizona captured its fourth CWS title and first since 1986 on Monday by defeating two-time...
  • Tax initiative qualifies for November ballot

    An initiative to eliminate a Huntington Beach property tax that pays for public safety employees' pensions has qualified for the November ballot. The City Council voted Monday to adopt a resolution to place the measure on the ballot, and three council...
  • Ortiz named to UFC Hall of Fame

    Tito Ortiz, a resident of Huntington Beach who has held the longest reign as heavyweight champion in mixed martial arts, is being inducted Saturday into the Ultimate Fighting Championships Hall of Fame in Las Vegas. Ortiz is the first UFC inductee...
  • Man injured by fireworks, authorities say

    A man was severely injured by fireworks on the Fourth of July, authorities said. It was the first in many years that legal fireworks, which are officially dubbed "safe and sane," were permitted in Huntington Beach, but the man was reportedly injured by...
  • Greer's OC: Foodie extravaganza in Laguna

    Four days of food heaven are descending on Laguna Beach, when the annual "Laguna Beach a la Carte – A Food & Wine Experience" returns Thursday and continues through Sunday. The four-day culinary event celebrates world-class cuisine, with local...
  • Joe Surf: Paddle out for Mongoose Cup

    It looks easy and fun, so more and more people are getting up on those big, sturdy boards. Find a spot where it is flat and get out there. Stand up and paddle. Stand-up paddleboarding is common in Huntington Harbour and other local harbors, and also at...
  • Miss F.V. pageant back after 21-year absence

    In the course of representing her hometown, the next Miss Fountain Valley may get her hands dirty. Or at least her shoes. That's what Keeli Scott Lisack, the executive director of the city's first scholarship pageant in 21 years, remembers about her...
  • Time to support cause

    On Tuesday, Corona del Mar High will play Edison at Orange Coast College in a nonleague boys' volleyball match that starts at 6 p.m. The event is far more important than a simple high school volleyball match. Coaches Steve Conti (CdM) and Brian Boone...
  • Joe Surf: New training facility opens

    Competitive surfers these days are looking for an edge. Whether they're in high school or already surfing on the world stage, they want to get better. And believe it or not, there's a way to improve without even getting wet. Paul Norris and Jon Brown...