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  • Singing for a room

    Stu Rowland has sung in public once, but he's already gotten rave notices about his performance. Fifty-three, to be exact. Rowland, a La Quinta resident, is among the contestants in the Shorebreak Hotel's Singing for an Upgrade competition, in which the...
  • Attorney: We will reject Huntington's offer

    An attorney for a Sunset Beach residents' group said he plans to reject Huntington Beach's offer to annex the beachside community and hold an election on taxes next year. Under the proposal, the Citizen's Assn. of Sunset Beach would dismiss its...
  • 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....
  • Council limits sign posting

    The Huntington Beach City Council voted Monday to restrict the number of days campaign and political signs can be posted. The decision came after months of studying the issue in an effort to accommodate both residents and candidates while also reducing...
  • 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...
  • Neighbors OK with update [CORRECTED]

    Members of a group challenging where Huntington Beach is taking its downtown area say they are generally happy with changes made to the Downtown Specific Plan Update. Although city staff and officials are also pleased with the California Coastal...
  • Monday's City Council meeting canceled

    The Monday meeting of the Huntington Beach City Council has been canceled due to a lack of pressing agenda items. The council earlier this month voted unanimously to cancel the July 18 meeting and move all non-time-sensitive consent agenda items to the...
  • Greer's OC: Taco sales benefit research

    Greer's OC and the mobile Rasta Taco are teaming up to raise money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. While enjoying awesome, mobile, street-style tacos at a location of your choice, Rasta Taco will donate 5% of the sales from mid-week...
  • Community Commentary: UCs need to accept more in-state students

    The University of California and California State University systems are a source of pride for Californians. They are the best public higher education systems in the world and, even with recent tuition hikes, remain one of the best education bargains...
  • Restaurants, businesses wait for U.S. Open boon

    For downtown Huntington Beach, the U.S. Open of Surfing means a week of excitement on the water. For Brett Barnes, it means a wash of a different kind. The managing partner of Duke's by the Huntington Beach Pier often deals with irked customers in the...