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  • Emma Gorray celebrates 100

    Emma Gorray of Dundalk turns 100 years old on Feb. 23 and will celebrate with her children, Dot and Dick Randall of Edgewood, Carol Reuter of Dundalk and Bob Gorray of Dundalk; her grandchildren, David Randall of Aberdeen, Natalie and Doug Johnson of Bel Air, Jeff and Kelly Randall of Bel Air, Scott and Debbie Randall of White Marsh, Cherie and Jay Cunningham of Perry Hall and Jamie and Tim Pasko of Dundalk; her great-grandchildren, Jason Randall of Perry Hall, Lindsay and Adam Whitlock of Nottingham, Katelyn Randall of Aberdeen, Stephanie and Zack Johnson of Bel Air, Heather and Sean Randall of Bel Air, Tyler and Jacob Cunningham of Perry Hall and Emma Pasko of Dundalk; and her great-great granddaughter, Addison Walker of Bel Air.
  • Celebration and sadness

    Celebration and sadness
    A Thursday morning ceremony captured the Costa Mesa Police Department's recent highs and lows. Family members joined police at the front of Council Chambers for a ceremony recognizing several promotions and two retirements. And there was also a more...

    Firefighters, police available for chat, pictures Sunday

    Costa Mesa police officers and firefighters are scheduled to meet with community members Sunday to answer people's questions and have pictures taken, Lt. Bryan Glass said in a news release. The meet and greet is to take place at the Target store, 3030...

    Police, fire meet and greet canceled

    A meet and greet for the Costa Mesa Police and Fire departments was canceled Wednesday, according to Lt. Bryan Glass of the Costa Mesa Police Department. The meeting between community members and firefighters and police was scheduled to take place...

    Mailbag: Safety should be No. 1 priority

    When I moved to Costa Mesa, I fell in love with the small-town feel and the people living here. I became involved with my community and the city because I truly believe we all must play a part in making our city a great place to live. Becoming involved...