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  • Fire chief had highest paycheck in 2009

    Fire chief had highest paycheck in 2009
    Thanks to the payouts for sick pay and vacation time he received upon retirement, Huntington Beach's former fire chief earned the highest paycheck among municipal fire chiefs statewide in 2009 — the most recent year for which there is data —...
  • USC alumnus creates SCend Off

    Given the chance nearly a decade ago, Matthew Talley would have liked to attend a party similar to the one he's hosting this weekend. The Huntington Beach resident transferred to USC after his freshman year at Purdue. He had applied to his university...
  • Community Commentary: Help those without clean water

    Many of us see summer as a time for fun: vacations, the beach, barbecues and the occasional wedding. And, while many of us have access to swimming pools, people in the water-deprived villages of Asia, Africa and South America are literally dying for clean...
  • City Lights: Sands mix to unite the surfing world

    There's that song "Yesterday's Gone" by the 1960s British duo Chad & Jeremy that goes, "We walked together hand in hand/cross miles and miles of golden sand." The first time I set foot on an English beach, I wondered if they had composed those lyrics...
  • Sunset annexed; group plans appeal

    Sunset Beach is now officially part of Huntington Beach, a spokesman for a county commission said Monday. Benjamin Legbandt, a policy analyst for the Orange County Local Agency Formation Commission, said his group had filed paperwork with the county...
  • Chargers ready to go

    Chargers ready to go
    The Edison High football team is in Hawaii this week, not only to enjoy the sights and sounds of Maui but to open its 2011 season. The Chargers launch their campaign Friday at Baldwin High in Wailuku. The game marks the fourth time in the past 10...
  • Protestors demonstrate outside Rohrabacher's office

    As the intense debate about lifting the debt ceiling continued to paralyze Washington, about three dozen people protested Tuesday afternoon outside the office of Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Costa Mesa) in downtown Huntington Beach. The picketers, many of...
  • Council extends police contract

    Despite pleas from Huntington Beach Councilman Don Hansen to turn down an offer from the police union to extend its contract with some employee concessions, the City Council approved it Monday. "I think it's a shortsighted and misguided decision, and I...
  • Greer's OC: Women, find your perfect fit

    When it comes to finding the perfect fitting bra, we highly recommend shopping at Intimacy at South Coast Plaza. On a recent visit to meet Intimacy founder Susan Nethero (dubbed "The Bra Whisperer" as seen on Oprah), we were reintroduced to some eye-...
  • Silva: H.B. shouldn't be split

    Assemblyman Jim Silva voiced opposition Wednesday to the proposed maps that would split Huntington Beach into two Assembly and Senate districts. Silva (R-Huntington Beach) said if the California Citizens Redistricting Commission passes the changes,...
  • Jergler: Bill could tax some in Huntington Harbour

    A bill to impose fees on the water beneath certain docks in Huntington Harbour is making its way through the Legislature. The bill is an unnecessary tax that could negatively affect property values in the exclusive neighborhood and cause safety issues,...
  • H.B. to study sharing services with Costa Mesa, Newport [Corrected]

    The Huntington Beach City Council voted Monday to commission a study to share services with Costa Mesa and Newport Beach, with some members saying the need for money overcame their reservations about Costa Mesa's politics. -------------------- FOR THE...