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  • Edison is No. 1 for a reason

    The Edison boys' soccer team is No. 1 for good reason. For starters, the Chargers are 19-0. Nineteen-and-Oh, and it's the "Oh" part that has been pretty impressive. In 19 wins thus far — a school-record win streak, by the way — the...
  • City responds to downtown plan lawsuit

    The Huntington Beach's city attorney's office has responded to a lawsuit challenging the city's plans to attract more business and tourism to its downtown. The legal team said the residents group Huntington Beach Neighbors has no evidence that the...
  • Greer's OC: Special offer for fitness classes

    If working out in a traditional gym is not your thing, consider Hidden Talents, an acclaimed studio in Huntington Beach that offers atypical fitness classes like hip-hop, go-go, burlesque, pole, pole fitness, cardio stretch, lap dance, chair, floor, hoop,...
  • Huntington tops DUI collisions list

    Huntington Beach ranked No. 1 among California cities of its size in per-capita alcohol-related traffic collisions in 2009, according to numbers recently released by the state Office of Traffic Safety. The report, which came out in January, ranks...
  • Reporter's Notebook: Free 'my' Egypt

    Anyone who knows me knows how passionately proud I am to refer to the River Nile of Egypt as my mother, the Great Pyramids as my uncles. And they also know that even though I love my Egyptian roots and culture, I am proud to call myself an American, too....
  • Bank manager gets Athena Award

    Marty Hartsock, vice president and branch manager of Farmers & Merchants Bank, was given the Athena Award by the Huntington Beach Chamber of Commerce for the contributions she made for women in her community, according to a news release. "Marty has...
  • Councilman's action 'calls for concern'

    Councilman Keith Bohr contacted four of seven city planning commissioners before they voted on an issue affecting a business, customers and residents in downtown Huntington Beach. His action has raised questions among some city officials on whether it...
  • Greer's OC: Sample drinks for a cause

    Join Second Chance Pet Adoptions of Huntington Beach for a wine and beer tasting fundraiser from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday at Brix Wine Bar in Sunset Beach. The party includes wine and beer tastings, plus snacks. A tax-deductible donation costs $35 per person,...
  • Annual Surf City marathon an 'iconic event'

    John and Ryan Dahlem didn't always train that hard for the Surf City USA Marathon. For the father-son duo, the annual half-marathon was their training. The Huntington Beach residents ran the half-marathon to strengthen their legs and lungs in...
  • Sounding Off: More focus needs to be on treasurer's office

    Editor's note: This corrects how the city treasurer is selected, which will still be by election. Let's imagine you just won the lottery and you have $150 million in the bank. Would you (a) hire a full-time professional to manage your money, or (b) hire...
  • In the Pipeline: Memories of a president's pilot

    In the Pipeline: Memories of a president's pilot
    If I've learned anything in the 11 years my family and I have lived in Huntington Beach, it's that you never know who you'll run into in Huntington Beach. Take, for example, the man I sat with recently. He sat on a couch thumbing through a photo album....
  • Councilman appeals Bomburger ruling

    Huntington Beach City Councilman Keith Bohr has appealed the Planning Commission's decision to deny Bomburger restaurant a permit to serve beer and wine to customers, claiming the decision may have violated the downtown business' due process and the...