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  • Verdugo Mental Health says its bankrupt

    Verdugo Mental Health — an agency that provides counseling and mental health services to thousands of people in Burbank and Glendale — has filed for bankruptcy, but the facility’s leaders say a new operator will step in before a single...
  • Community Commentary: Long-term growth, value of city is important

    A number of Costa Mesans — council members, planning commissioners, residents and bloggers — have commented recently on what ails our city and how to fix it. City Hall, it seems, is where change needs to take place in order to improve...
  • Costa Mesa budget gap could reach $15M

    COSTA MESA — The city could face a budget shortfall of up to $15 million next fiscal year, depending on how much deferred maintenance the City Council wants to address from previous years, Chief Executive Tom Hatch said in an e-mail to employees....
  • Three blood banks considering merger hire company to come up with new name

    Three blood banks considering merger hire company to come up with new name
    The proposed merger of the three largest blood banks in Florida, including one based in Orlando, is far enough along that a marketing company has been hired to come up with a new name for the conglomerate. The "rebranding" effort is the most telling sign...
  • Costa Mesa official slated for new city manager job

    COSTA MESA — A Costa Mesa department head who recently received a layoff notice from the city is leaving the job to become city manager for Lawndale in Los Angeles County. Steve Mandoki, Costa Mesa's administrative services director, handed Chief...
  • Excalibur Award honors business leaders

    Excalibur Award honors business leaders
    Advertising innovator Jordan Zimmerman, franchiser Ray Titus, entertainment expert Laurie Silvers and commercial builder Dwight Stephenson were named 2010 winners of the Sun Sentinel Excalibur Awards on Thursday evening. The awards, which have recognized...
  • Two Costa Mesa officers in race for police chief

    Editor's note: This removes Councilman Jim Righeimer because he did not help the other three men. This also corrects what the men did in Chief Executive Tom Hatch's office. This also adds Councilman Steve Mensinger's indirect quote that city funds were...
  • Mission Hospital CEO to step down

    Mission Hospital CEO to step down
    Peter Bastone, president and chief executive of Mission Hospital, has announced his resignation after more than a decade with the St. Joseph Health System. He will leave Mission Hospital, which has locations in Laguna Beach and Mission Viejo, on June...
  • Setting up possible union fight, Emanuel picks new team to helm CPS

    Setting up possible union fight, Emanuel picks new team to helm CPS
    Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel pushed ahead with his pledge to reshape Chicago Public Schools on Monday, introducing an executive team led by a reformer from Rochester, N.Y., who has been unafraid to mix it up with teachers unions and parents. Jean-Claude...
  • CPS leadership announced

    Veterans of the charter school movement and the turnaround model of school reform are among the people Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel has selected to help lead Chicago Public Schools under new CEO Jean-Claude Brizard. Emanuel said his appointments were made on...
  • New CPS chief defends record in Rochester: 'I am a reformer'

    New CPS chief defends record in Rochester: 'I am a reformer'
    Chicago Public Schools’ new chief executive appointee Jean-Claude Brizard, holding a lengthy press conference today at his former school district in Rochester, N.Y., called himself a “reformer” whose three years heading the district...