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  • Leaf collection begins in Roanoke

    Leaf collection begins in Roanoke
    They were pretty to look at, now it's time to get rid of them. Brown bags of leaves line the curbs of Roanoke neighborhoods waiting to be collected. Crews will be out every other week, starting this week, working to collect biodegradable bags, but there...
  • Mailbag: Social host ordinance is a tool community needs

    I am a current resident of Laguna Beach and have been a pediatrician in the community for more than 50 years. As a doctor, I have been witness to countless instances where alcohol and drugs have destroyed young lives. This is even true for "good" kids...
  • Wichita trash companies compete for your business

    Wichita trash companies compete for your business
    The City of Wichita has new regulations for trash service. Now, companies hope they can use them to get your business. The new rules started this month.  They require companies to charge based on how much you throw away and to offer recycling. “...
  • Waste Management drivers prepare for service disruption

    Waste Management drivers prepare for service disruption
    Get ready for your recycling to be left at the curb. That's what leaders of the union representing recycle and yard waste truck drivers are warning, as a contract dispute between the union and the company responsible for hauling garbage, Waste Management,...
  • City of Roanoke wants to turn trash into art

    City of Roanoke wants to turn trash into art
    Can trash be art? The City of Roanoke hopes so. The city is seeking artists to design vinyl wraps for its big belly solar trash units. The bins use the evergy from the sun to compress the trash like a kitchen compactor. City leaders hope the art...
  • Briefly In the News

    26th annual AIDS Walk announced Mickey and Minnie Mouse will be up early May 6. The 26th annual AIDS Walk Orange County will begin at 7 a.m. at the Disneyland Resort. The walk is expected to raise $750,000, all of which will stay in Orange County and be...
  • Our Laguna: Grapes for Grad event biggest yet

    Our Laguna: Grapes for Grad event biggest yet
    Grapes of Grad is Laguna's largest annual wine tasting. This year's was the biggest ever. The event, which was held this past Sunday, was hosted by the Rotary Club of Laguna Beach at Tivoli Too. "We had more wineries, we had more food and we had way...
  • Garbage truck in head on collision in Bonneauville

    Garbage truck in head on collision in Bonneauville
    A Waste Management truck and a white minivan collided head-on this morning in Bonneauville. It happened on Pine Street, near Route 116. Few details are available at this time. Someone was transported to the hospital.
  • Our Laguna: Sande St. John is a true legacy

    Our Laguna: Sande St. John is a true legacy
    It must have been a chore for Sande St. John to sit by while others organized the Laguna Beach Seniors annual Legacy Ball. Usually she is running events that honor outstanding Lagunans. This time she was the honoree. It would be hard to find a more...
  • Hungry for a group to safely deliver leftover food to charities

    On a recent evening, students at Pomona College feasted on chicken pot pie, steamed veggies, biscuits and rice. And, as is often the case, there were plenty of leftovers in the dining hall, enough for about 100 extra meals. Those leftovers, however,...
  • Volunteer beach cleanup is Saturday

    The California Coastal Commission has partnered with ECO-Warrior Foundation for the Laguna Beach City Adopt-A-Beach Program, according to a press release. The foundation is the local contact within the city and directs volunteers to scheduled beach...