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  • League season is here

    With the preseason now behind them, five local high school football squads start on equal footing as both the Sunset and Golden West league races get underway this week. In Sunset play Thursday, Edison begins its title defense by hosting Newport Harbor...
  • Court rejects Sunset annexation appeal

    An appellate court has rejected an appeal by a Sunset Beach residents' group of the coastal area's annexation by Huntington Beach, shooting down the group's argument that Sunset residents should not be forced to pay the same taxes as the rest of the city....
  • Where politics and philosophy meet

    Where politics and philosophy meet
    Tony James Carter, a first-time candidate for Huntington Beach City Council, has articulated clear views on the senior center, downtown policing and other issues. But when voters click on his campaign website, it may be his enigmatic language that...
  • Mailbag: No A grade for Measure Z

    I am a resident who has lived in Huntington Beach for 45 years, and I will be voting no on Measure Z ("Pro tax group gets signs up," Sept. 20). I live here because this is one of the best cities in California. Why? We have the best parks, cleanest...
  • Riding the elephant, sometimes

    Riding the elephant, sometimes
    He is the only incumbent running in a crowded field of 12 candidates on the Huntington Beach City Council ticket, and while he likes to please the Orange County GOP, Councilman Devin Dwyer says he votes for city first and party second. "I like to...
  • Ryan leads in City Council campaign fundraising

    Huntington Beach Planning Commissioner Tim Ryan leads all City Council candidates in campaign fundraising for the first half of the year, according to the city clerk's office. Ryan, a first-time council candidate, totaled $27,870.69 in contributions...
  • Crowd cries out against class sizes

    Overcrowding — of more than one kind — was the theme at the Ocean View School District's board meeting Tuesday, as dozens of people came to protest larger class sizes while district leaders pleaded for the crowd to thin so the meeting could...
  • Shadia: Dreams are coming true in Egypt

    Something amazing is happening. Something I only dreamed about and thought it would always remain a dream. For the first time in Egypt's thousands of years of existence — a history marked with glory and failures — its citizens are deciding...
  • Los Alamitos mayor leads in support for Assembly election

    Los Alamitos mayor leads in support for Assembly election
    Five candidates are vying for the newly redrawn 72nd Assembly District. Though it's hard to call a frontrunner in the crowded local race, Los Alamitos Mayor Troy Edgar is raking in high-profile Republican support. Edgar, who was a registered Democrat...
  • Two more join race for H.B. City Council

    Two new candidates have entered the race for Huntington Beach City Council, bringing the field of contenders to eight. Planning Commissioner Erik Peterson, who ran unsuccessfully for the council in 2010, and newcomer Robert Wentzel filed their...
  • Mailbag: Bring in the true conservatives

    A couple of days ago, I received a political flier from Troy Edgar, who is running for the state Assembly. On the back of the flyer were endorsements from Republicans. The first name cited was that of Rep. Dana Rohrabacher. In his 22-plus years in...
  • City Lights: The circus act that is the election cycle

    This just in: The 2012 presidential race heated up last week, slightly, as a pair of new challengers threw their hats in the ring. Some may recognize former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, who ran unsuccessfully last time. Texas Rep. Ron Paul, whose...