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  • Mailbag: A brand new bag for council

    The plastic bag ban deliberations before the City Council on Aug. 15 represented much more than an environmental issue ("Plastic bag ban in works," Aug. 18). They demonstrated that being pro-business is not mutually exclusive with being pro-community....
  • Mailbag: Obama doesn't deserve all the blame

    Regarding "Protestors demonstrate outside Rohrabacher's office," July 28: It is my considered opinion that Republicans are casting blame on the wrong president. President Obama inherited big government, including two wars and a shrinking (vanishing)...
  • Judge promises rule in Sunset annexation

    The fate of Huntington Beach's annexation of Sunset Beach is in the hands of a judge after attorneys for the city, a county commission and a residents' group squared off in court Thursday. Orange County Superior Court Judge Frederick P. Horn promised...
  • 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...
  • Woman's Club needs funds to rebuild

    The Woman's Club of Huntington Beach will have to raise money to help replace its clubhouse that burned down in April, President Jackie Judd said. At the club's meeting Tuesday, Judd said the group lacks the funds to create a new structure at 420 10th...
  • In The Pipeline: Paddling 26 miles for one little girl's sight

    About 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Drew Kenny arrived at the Huntington Beach Pier. How did he get there? On a stand-up paddleboard. Where did he leave from? Catalina Island. Just what would inspire the 42-year-old Huntington Beach consultant to paddle 26 miles?...
  • H.B. Art Center asks for budget support

    Supporters of the Huntington Beach Art Center have launched a grass-roots campaign to encourage city leaders to spare the arts as they look to cut $3.5 million from their budget for the next fiscal year. Kate Hoffman, the center's executive director, and...
  • City School District names new trustee

    The Huntington Beach City School District has named Shari Kowalke, a parent at two district schools, as its new trustee. The board chose Kowalke on Tuesday over three other finalists to replace Shirley Carey, a longtime trustee who died March 22....
  • Committee recommends closing Moiola

    A committee assembled by the Fountain Valley School District has recommended Fred Moiola K-8 School for closure after the coming school year. The School Boundaries & Closure Committee, which consists of parents, school officials and community members,...
  • Ocean View streaks into Williamsport

    Ocean View won District 62, Section 10, Sub-Divisional, Southern California Divisional and Western Regional tournament titles to get to Williamsport. Ocean View is on a 12-game postseason win streak and has won 18 of 19 tournament games to get to the...
  • Carchio's address may change state campaign plan

    Huntington Beach Councilman Joe Carchio, who has said he is considering a run for state Assembly, will have to rethink his original plans if he enters the race. Carchio said in November that he was considering running for the newly formed 72nd Assembly...
  • Pickens would give it all up to be young again

    If T. Boone Pickens could choose between his current circumstances and being an 18-year-old preparing to enter the job market, he would choose the latter — and he might send his first résumés to energy companies. The oil and gas entrepreneur, who...