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Laguna Niguel (Orange, California)

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  • Briefly In The News

    Agent No. 1 for Prudential Shauna Covington has been named No. 1 Prudential Individual Agent for 2010 in Laguna Beach for the fifth year in a row. To achieve this distinction, she had the top production in revenue out of all of the family of...
  • Doctor: 'Her story is inspirational'

    While most people don't like to talk about inflammatory bowel disease — it's not exactly coffee chatter — Jennifer Martin is happy discussing how her surgery to treat it saved her life. In April 2009, the 27-year-old Costa Mesa resident was...
  • The Crowd: Ball features young O.C. debutantes

    Carrying bouquets of cold water roses, 13 young ladies were presented to Orange County society at the 49th Newport Harbor Debutante Ball sponsored by the Children's Home Society of California. The holiday celebration held at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in...
  • UPDATE: Names released of those dead after Newport Beach car crash

    The Orange County coroner’s office has released the names of the three who died in the 10-car crash on West Coast Highway in Newport Beach on Saturday. They are: Julia Allen, 27,  of Newport Beach; Linda Burnett, 69, of Santa Ana; Christopher De...
  • 'Speedboarding' opponents want ban

    Opponents of speedboarding on Laguna's steep streets papered the city this week with leaflets seeking support for a ban on skateboarding's "more dangerous cousin." A group, identifying itself as SNAG — Speedboarders Neighborhood Action Group...
  • Lobdell: Coverage of accident has been fair

    The absolute worst part of a reporter's life? Being sent to interview friends and relatives of someone who just died — usually in accidents or by the hands of others. My heart would pound as I knocked on the front door of a family whose father or...
  • Newport doctor may lose his license

    A Newport Beach doctor charged with misdemeanor marijuana possession in 2008 may also have his physician and surgeon license revoked, according to court documents filed with the Medical Board of California. Dr. Paul F. Reardon, 54, was pulled over in...
  • Son sparks recycled jeans store

    Son sparks recycled jeans store
    Reuse Jeans, an eco-friendly denim company with its flagship shop in Laguna Beach, started when owner George Powell's son, Luke, asked him a good question. "We were taking bottles and cans to the recycling center in Dana Point, and he asked why we...
  • Music therapy

    I'm guessing that ever since the first caveman banged two rocks together and hummed a tune, music has been blamed for corrupting our youth. For example, music has been linked with alcohol abuse, contributing to violence and increasing sexual promiscuity,...
  • Feeding families knowledge

    On June 4, Sapphire Laguna Chef Azmin Ghahreman is bringing food to families with his first Food Fare at St. Anne School in Laguna Niguel. Growing up in France and Switzerland, the chef looks back at his trips to the farmer's market with nostalgia. "I'...
  • Coastal Orange County hotels and restaurants

    WHERE TO STAY Bay Shores Peninsula Hotel, 1800 W. Balboa Blvd., Newport Beach 92663; (949) 675-3463 or (800) 222-6675, http://www.thebestinn.com. About a block from the beach on Newport Bay. 25 rooms. No pool, but free parking, Wi-Fi, breakfast buffet,...