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  • From student to family to community

    From student to family to community
    Students in Huntington Beach High School's new environmental sustainability class aren't just learning how to live green, but are making it a reality at their school. The Environmental Awareness and Responsibility class, which started in the fall out...
  • The complete player

    The complete player
    For Dylan Garrity, his game has always centered around a pass-first mentality. That's a major part of a work ethic the Edison High senior has brought to the basketball court, where he has carved out a highly successful prep career. And the 6-foot-1...
  • Greer's OC: Free shows with local music

    Local music fans will love that the OC music scene is in the spotlight in a big way now through March 5. Musicians will be performing each Tuesday night at free shows throughout OC for the 10th anniversary OC Music Awards Showcase Series. The next...
  • District stands by solar panel decision

    The Huntington Beach City School District Board of Trustees reaffirmed its decision Tuesday night to allow solar panels in front of Dwyer Middle School at an often-heated meeting marked by audience protests, walkouts and admonishments from the dais. The...
  • Greer's OC: A haven for innovative tacos

    Tacos will be going global when Taco Asylum opens at the Camp in Costa Mesa on Thursday. The same masterminds that brought us the delicious Haven Gastropub in Old Towne Orange are thinking out of the box when it comes to tacos. They're serving up...
  • DUI arrests won't go public

    A divided Huntington Beach City Council on Tuesday opposed a proposal to shame repeat drunk drivers by posting photos of them on Facebook. The council voted 4 to 3 against the plan to send names and images of repeat offenders to the Police Department'...
  • Council votes to create ordinance banning single-use plastic bags

    Aimee Borgmeyer wore a giant suit made of plastic bags that covered her short frame to Monday's Huntington Beach City Council meeting. "It's kind of itchy, and it's kind of bothering me," she said. But the 13-year-old had a point to make: to show the...
  • Solar panel construction continuing

    A week after a heated meeting in which the Huntington Beach City School District Board of Trustees reaffirmed its vote for solar panels in front of Dwyer Middle School, the project was continuing as planned. Supt. Kathy Kessler said the project could...
  • Downtown restaurant wants alcohol permit

    A downtown hamburger joint wants a permit to sell beer and wine but wants to keep its 2 a.m. closing time — a conflict with a City Council resolution put in place to curb alcohol-related problems in the downtown bar scene. Bomburger Restaurant, 200...
  • In The Pipeline: Aren't there any better duties for Rizzo?

    Once again, Huntington Beach was splashed all over the news. And once again, it found itself wiping away more proverbial egg from its face. Little did Robert Rizzo imagine how different life would soon become last March when he was arrested after...
  • Sunset annexation on hold

    Huntington Beach's annexation of Sunset Beach is on hold until the Orange County Superior Court makes a final hearing, the court decided Wednesday. Judge Frederick P. Horn set a hearing date for March 2 during proceedings for a lawsuit filed by the...
  • Community Commentary: State must make cuts to get budget in line

    California's taxpayers are under attack once again. Gov. Jerry Brown announced his proposal for the 2011-12 budget year, and if you pay taxes, it's time to take cover. The governor's proposed budget includes $12 billion in tax increases on working...