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  • High school leader to retire

    The Huntington Beach Union High School District's superintendent is set to retire at the end of the month. Supt. Van W. Riley is retiring after more than seven years from the district, which oversees six high schools, an independent study program, and...
  • Instructor says 'service without politics'

    Instructor says 'service without politics'
    Heather Grow would have no trouble reading a council agenda by night and reading "If You Give a Moose a Muffin" by day. The first-time Huntington Beach City Council candidate has worked for nearly three years as an inclusion facilitator for special-...
  • Financial planner joins council race

    The crowded race for Huntington Beach City Council has gotten even tighter, as a 21st contender has added himself as an official write-in candidate for the November ballot. Blake Rose, a certified financial planner who runs his own business, submitted...
  • Candidate: I am the insider

    Candidate: I am the insider
    John Von Holle wants to make one thing clear: If he's elected to the Huntington Beach City Council, he won't be a stranger at City Hall. In fact, he won't be a stranger at city halls, period. The 18-year resident grew up amid politics in Cheviot, Ohio,...
  • Get to know Measure O, candidates at forums

    Residents will have a chance to get to know the Huntington Beach City Council candidates and get informed on Measure O at two upcoming forums. The Huntington Beach League of Women Voters will be moderating a forum on Measure O at 7 p.m. Oct. 5 in Council...
  • Kalmick: Pare down services

    Kalmick: Pare down services
    Back to the basics. That is how Huntington Beach resident Dan Kalmick said he would deal with the city's budget, which recently had to cut $3 million for the 2010-11 fiscal year. "We need to get back to basics — what should the city be providing?...
  • Seven challenging incumbents

    Editor's note: This changes the third paragraph to include Patrick Tucker's title. Ten candidates for the Fountain Valley City Council are going into the last three weeks of campaigning. Candidates are vying for three opens seats occupied by Mayor Pro...
  • City Lights: Praise for ancestral lands

    It will be a day without politics at Bolsa Chica. Officially, anyway. Over the last three decades, the coastal area has been the center of one controversy after another, as developers dug in their shovels, officials debated and environmentalists...
  • All three incumbents racing for seats

    Fountain Valley is coming into the home stretch of the November elections with more than three times the number of City Council candidates than there are open seats. There are 10 candidates running for three opens seats being vacated by Mayor Pro Tem...
  • Huntington votes to annex Sunset

    Emotions ran high as the Huntington Beach City Council voted late Monday to annex neighboring Sunset Beach over the cries of residents who tried to block the decision in hopes of keeping the funky, unincorporated beach town independent. The council voted...
  • Put your money where your walk is

    Huntington Beach High School will go head-to-head with five other high schools Friday in Hurley's Walk the Walk competition, and they are playing to win with near-daily practices with the competition just a day away. Nick Phipps, one of the 25 Huntington...
  • Delgleize leads in campaign funds

    Barbara Delgleize runs a real estate business with the slogan, "Barbara Sells the Beach." Judging from finance statements, her candidacy is opening a few wallets, too. The planning commissioner led all City Council candidates with $19,299 in funds...