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  • 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....
  • Mailbag: Time to proceed on senior center

    The majority of Huntington Beach residents, who voted in 2006 approving construction of a new senior center in the vacant five acres of Huntington Central Park, need to be heard louder and clearer. The time has come to end this five-year battle by a small...
  • Five H.B. council members warned

    Five of Huntington Beach's seven council members received letters from a state agency that monitors the potential for political conflicts of interest warning them not to vote themselves onto boards or committees that affect their personal finances. The...
  • Council votes to charge nonprofits for fireworks sales

    The Huntington Beach City Council voted Tuesday to charge almost $6,000 to each of the nonprofit organizations looking to obtain permits for selling fireworks in Huntington Beach this Fourth of July. The resolution to establish the charge was approved,...
  • Local AYSO squad is runner-up

    The Fountain Valley Under-19 girls' soccer team, Kiss My Grass of AYSO Region 5, took second place during Presidents Day weekend at the Colorado River Invitational Soccer Tournament. The tournament drew more than 110 teams from California, Arizona and...
  • Course lays foundation for aspiring politicians

    Jerry Wheeler dreams that some day, one of his students will go on to become president of the United States. Until then, City Council may have to do. The president and chief executive of the Huntington Beach Chamber of Commerce is overseeing his...
  • Commission approves Ayres project

    The Fountain Valley Planning Commission voted Feb. 22 to approve a four-story hotel, 88 residential units and retail space near the San Diego (405) Freeway in place of a vacant insurance company. The vote, however, was objectionable to the many residents...
  • Fountain Valley hosts a bonanza of barbecue

    Fountain Valley hosts a bonanza of barbecue
    One hundred dollars may sound like a hefty charge for a meal, even if it's all you can eat. But for two all-you-can-eat pigouts, it may sound like a bargain. At least, that's the hope of the producers of the Orange County BBQ Bonanza. The weekend...
  • Planning Commission OKs Woman's Club project permit

    The Woman's Club of Huntington Beach, whose longtime headquarters perished in a fire last year, may be on its way toward a new permanent home after the city Planning Commission voted to approve the project Tuesday. The commission voted 6 to 1, with...
  • 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...
  • Greer's O.C: New coffeehouse for Huntington Beach

    Huntington Beach just landed a new gourmet coffeehouse, Adams Avenue Coffee, which is proudly serving custom-roasted Kan Coffee along with tasty treats such as the legendary Adams Avenue Donuts and pastries. Owner Gretchen Bock worked for Diedrich...