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  • Hope and despair at 9/11 ceremony

    Hope and despair at 9/11 ceremony
    Flags blew at half-staff in a cold wind Sunday evening at Pier Plaza, while patriotic colors dominated the crowd and a pair of steel girders from the World Trade Center served as a graphic reminder of the events of a decade ago. On the 10th anniversary...
  • Costa Mesa honors those lost in 9/11

    Costa Mesa honors those lost in 9/11
    COSTA MESA — Ten years have passed, but the overwhelming confusion, fear and deep anger from Sept. 11, 2001, were too easily remembered at weekend events in Newport-Mesa. So too was the heroism and courage shown that day. More than 300 residents,...
  • 'This is Little League City'

    'This is Little League City'
    Saturday afternoon, downtown Huntington Beach celebrated 13 hardworking players, three dedicated coaches and one lucky pair of shoes. Stephanie Green, the president of Ocean View Little League, wore the footwear in question — a pair of red, white...
  • Wu: Vote on bridge helps in Newport, hurts in Assembly race

    Well then, last week's column criticizing the Newport Beach council's decision to remove the Corona del Mar fire rings got quite a reception. I think the only thing I wasn't attacked for was the Reagan quote. Even my attempt at sarcasm regarding the...
  • Mailbag: No more excuses from our leaders

    The article "Water official targeted" (March 29) centers not only on alleged improprieties by John Foley, the board chairman of Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, but also upon the broad topic of conflict of interest. Merle Moshiri of...
  • Mailbag: Rohrabacher is a good man

    I highly disfavor Michael Miller's recent political hit-column on the character and reputation of Rep. Dana Rohrabacher. As a World War II veteran and longtime Orange County resident, I am deeply worried about the left-wing direction of our once-proud...
  • Wu: How 2 Newport activists got their starts

    After the tragic passing of famed Newport Beach and Greenlight Initiative leader Phil Arst in 2008, I had a chance to sit down with now-Mayor Nancy Gardner over a cup of coffee to lament his passing and the seeming end of an era. The initiative was a...
  • Mailbag: Newport city officials offended everyone

    Your April 6 story, "Owners speak out against harbor rent increase," did not really reflect the seething anger in the Newport Beach City Council Chambers over an unbridled attempt to increase the city's revenue. The reason: The attendees were too...
  • Mailbag: Deed doesn't allow for-profit use of TeWinkle Park

    Re. "City to study park plan," April 7: Your story on privatization of TeWinkle Park left out an important fact: The land is deed-restricted, and the proposed privatization would likely result in forfeiture of the entire park, including any improvements,...
  • Democratic hopefuls speak at club event

    Democrats running for office in November's election presented their platforms on health care, financial and education reform to a group of more than 30 people at the Unitarian Fellowship church in Laguna Beach on Wednesday. Each candidate had 20...
  • Wu: Newport should sue if OCTA doesn't acquiesce

    Well, Councilwoman Leslie Daigle's "vote-gate" has passed, and the Newport Beach City Council officially voted this week to sue the Orange County Transportation Authority for removing the 19th Street Bridge from the county's Master Plan of Arterial...