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  • Edison starts strong at Newport Rib Company Classic

    The Edison High boys' water polo team opened play Monday at the Newport Rib Company Classic and won its first two games at Costa Mesa High. The Chargers started the tournament with a 16-2 victory over Los Amigos and followed that win with a 14-2 rout...
  • Groups talk church's demolition, salvation

    Groups talk church's demolition, salvation
    The old church building looks forlorn at Warner Avenue and Nichols Street, its windows boarded up and the sign that juts over the sidewalk mostly smashed. From a distance, the structure doesn't give many indications of the role it once played in Orange...
  • Women share faith, common ground at luncheon

    Women share faith, common ground at luncheon
    NEWPORT BEACH — Nadia Hassan was the only woman at her table who covered her hair with a scarf Monday during an interfaith luncheon at Our Lady Queen of Angels Catholic church. When it was her turn to speak on behalf of the women at her table,...
  • Darrach G. (Rick) Taylor

    Rick Taylor, Long Beach Executive, Darrach G. (Rick) Taylor, long time Human Resource & Labor Relations executive died on February 8th of 2012. Rick was recognized for his expertise, imagination, and skill in labor relations and contract negotiations,...
  • In The Pipeline: One small step for a columnist

    Houston, we have a problem. Or at least, we had a problem. That was until a little mystery involving outer space, the Apollo program and telephone poles was solved earlier this week. A couple of months ago, my friend, Huntington Beach Marine Safety Chief...
  • Police Files

    AREA 1 Warner Avenue and Ash Lane: Misdemeanor assault was reported at 3:34 a.m. Saturday. The reporter said two people needed medics. Shannon Drive: Vandalism was reported in the 6800 block at 4:03 p.m. Saturday. The caller said someone shot...
  • In The Pipeline: Singer devotes 'broad stripes and bright stars' to free and brave

    In The Pipeline: Singer devotes 'broad stripes and bright stars' to free and brave
    There are many who are excited about being in Huntington Beach over the Fourth of July weekend, but none perhaps as much as Amy Scruggs. The patriotic country singer, who focuses on military audiences, will be here the entire holiday weekend, performing,...
  • 'Lord, keep our bones safe as we skate'

     'Lord, keep our bones safe as we skate'
    It was sundown in a mostly deserted parking lot tucked off Westminster Boulevard. The skateboarders had stopped, as they do every Thursday, to listen to the man with the Bible. A single lamppost shone over the makeshift skate park, where ramps and...
  • In the Pipeline: Kiwanis holds the key

    One hundred thirty-five kids, at least as many volunteers, parents, workers — they all needed to be wrangled into some sort of order. So Nouha Hreish, who with her late husband Albert has run Noal Jewelry Designs for 30 years on Edinger Avenue,...
  • Carnival fundraiser planned for Oak View

    Elias Hakimian will do what it takes to benefit Huntington Beach's low-income Oak View neighborhood — even if the kids have really, really good aim. Hakimian, the city pastor of Rock Harbor church, is among the local church leaders setting up a...
  • Commentary: God is more powerful than pastor claims

    I am sending a letter of response to the On Faith column published by Pastor Mark Wiley on Aug. 2 titled "Thoughts on God, the shooting and love." Thankfully, God in this case was in caps. There are many areas of disagreement, but as a reformed Christian,...
  • Grand marshal named for Fourth of July Parade

    Grand marshal named for Fourth of July Parade
    Father Christian Mondor has been named community grand marshal for this year's Huntington Beach Fourth of July Parade, which means he won't be riding on his usual float with other religious leaders. But he can still have the horse-drawn trolley —...