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  • Community garden needs only 2 OKs

    The long-awaited Huntington Beach Community Garden may soon be in bloom, as the project’s developers need only a pair of city agreements before they can break ground. David Baronfeld, the garden association’s president, said his group is...
  • Timely lessons from Colonial times

    Vic and I have just returned from a fabulous trip to Virginia and North Carolina that was filled with food, fun, family and photos. The occasion was the wedding of our nephew, Kortney Wilson, my only brother's only son, to Kelly Brinson in Raleigh, N.C....
  • 4 Marines killed in combat

    Four more of the city's adopted "Thundering Third" Marines have died in Afghanistan, officials said. Sgt. Brandon Bury, of Grand Prairie, Texas; Lance Cpl. Derek Hernandez, of Bridgeton, Mo.; Cpl. Donald Marler, of Harlingen, Texas; and Sgt. John...
  • They'll be missed

     They'll be missed
    When Paul Renfrow arrived as the new varsity baseball head coach at his alma mater, Marina High, in the fall of 1983, he was surprised to find that the school didn't have a baseball field. Worse yet, one did exist, but he couldn't find it. "It was...
  • MLB Hall of Famers visit Surf City

    MLB Hall of Famers visit Surf City
    "Cheaters." That's what Harmon Killebrew called the recently revealed Major League Baseball steroid users to a packed dinner crowd at SeaCliff Country Club last week at the KinderVision fundraiser. It was but one of many revealing, interesting moments...
  • A great day, despite pain

    A great day, despite pain
    A Huntington Beach pastor spent his 60th birthday Saturday walking more than 60 miles for a cause close to his heart. Bob Ewing, the executive pastor of First Christian Church of Huntington Beach, decided to spend his birthday walking to raise money for...
  • Greer's OC: Get a taste for change

    David McKinley's affair with wine began when he was growing up in Canada's greatest wine-growing region, the Okanogan Valley. He first sank his feet into a barrel of grapes at age 6. When he turned 21, he immediately began work within the wine industry....
  • 106 years of the Fourth

    106 years of the Fourth
    Bob Mandic has always had a front-row seat to the annual Huntington Beach Fourth of July Parade. Growing up on Main Street, Mandic's family would stay home for the holiday to watch the parade from his front yard. When he got into his teens, Mandic said,...
  • Greer's OC: Autism benefit seeks at least $50,000

    Autism Care and Treatment Today! will launch a national campaign Saturday to benefit military families with autistic children. Hosted in a Newport Beach home at 2006 Marlin Way, the nonprofit is hosting a food and wine tasting for "ACT Today! For...
  • In The Pipeline: Finding a piece of H.B. in Arizona

    "Clark Gable spent his honeymoon with Carole Lombard right at the top of those stairs back in 1939." Susie Clark is standing at the bottom of a staircase in the historic Oatman Hotel in the Route 66 town of Oatman, Ariz. and recounting its somewhat...
  • In The Pipeline: Love of children behind McDonald's mural

    Do you know what inspired the mural? On the car radio in a parking lot off Edinger Avenue near Edwards Street, Rod Stewart is singing "Every Picture Tells a Story." So it seemed fitting to investigate the history of a mural I've seen many times in the...
  • Roadside bomb kills ninth member of adopted Marines

    Another member of the city's adopted Marine battalion was killed Saturday in Afghanistan, officials said. Sgt. Joseph Caskey, 24, of Pennsylvania, was killed by an improvised explosive devise, said officials with the Huntington Beach 3/1 Marines...