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SPORTS
October 31, 2013
Corona del Mar (8-0, 3-0) vs. Beckman (4-4, 1-2) When/where: Friday, 7 p.m. at Davidson Field Key Sea Kings: Sr. QB Luke Napolitano (1,241 yards passing, 12 TDs, five INTs); Jr. RB Cole Martin (157 carries for 985 yards and 10 TDs); Jr. DE Parker Chase (43 tackles, 5.5 sacks). Key Patriots: Soph. QB Alema Pilimai; Sr. RB Blake Crandall; Soph. LB Tyler Geurts. Breakdown: With a win, Corona del Mar can clinch a share of its second straight Pacific Coast League title, as well as the league's top designation for the CIF Southern Section Southern Division playoffs ... CdM remains top-ranked in the Southern Division, as well as in the CalHiSports.com CIF State Bowl Game Division III South Rankings ... The Sea Kings have outscored their first three league opponents, 85-10, and are allowing just 9.1 points per game this season ... Beckman is coming off a tough 23-21 loss to Irvine.
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NEWS
September 7, 2011
Republican presidential candidate Gov. Rick Perry will visit Roger's Gardens in Corona del Mar for a GOP rally Thursday morning before hustling off to a private fundraiser. The Texas governor and presumed GOP front-runner is scheduled to be at Roger's Gardens, 2301 San Joaquin Hills Road, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. with more than 1,000 Republican volunteers. To guarantee a parking spot, each vehicle must have at least three passengers, according to the Republican Party of Orange County's website.
NEWS
By Amy Senk, Corona del Mar Today | September 4, 2012
Someone once again has strewn used diapers along a stretch of East Coast Highway between Cameo Highlands Drive and Morning Canyon Road - the first diapers to appear in the area since early May, according to Corona del Mar Today . A Newport Beach police detective Tuesday confirmed “there is no new information as to who is responsible for disposing of the diapers in this manner,” according to an email from Kathy Lowe, a Newport Beach Police...
NEWS
By Amy Senk | April 23, 2011
In 1975, Newport Beach, along with most other cities in the nation, didn't have paramedics. A study had shown that people were dying on the streets who would have survived on a battlefield in Vietnam. Firefighters had first aid training, but that could only go so far. "Fill 'em full of air and ship 'em out — that was the saying," recalled retired Deputy Chief Tom Arnold, one of eight members of the city's first class of paramedics. "We were the first ones to get that advanced level of care we have today.
NEWS
By Amy Senk | October 23, 2010
About 100 people gathered at the OASIS Senior Center on Wednesday night to hear candidates for Newport Beach City Council discuss issues, including Corona del Mar concerns like Buck Gully's fire danger and leaf blower bans. City Councilwoman Nancy Gardner, who represents Corona del Mar and is running unopposed, addressed the crowd but did not participate in answering questions presented by Corona del Mar Residents Assn. board member Michael Toerge. Incumbent Leslie Daigle and challenger Mark Tabbert both participated, as well as Rush Hill, who is running for a District 3 seat.
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By Amy Senk | February 26, 2011
Newport Beach should let California officials know that a state law limiting local control over solar panel installations has negative consequences, the city's Planning Commission decided Thursday night. "Maybe we can't be successful," Commissioner Michael Toerge of Corona del Mar said. "We can't be if we don't try. " Toerge said that Newport Beach could work with other cities, or work alone, to let state leaders know that a bill passed in 2004 fails to protect views and could have other "unintended consequences.
NEWS
By Amy Senk | October 16, 2010
Newport Beach police have announced an arrest in a credit card fraud case that was made two months ago in Fashion Island. A man, 24, of Alhambra, was arrested Aug. 12 at Bloomingdale's after buying $2,262 worth of women's makeup, said Sgt. Steve Burdette of the Newport Beach Police Department. Store security, which had been working with Newport Beach economic crime detectives, recognized the man and called police. Officers arrived and arrested the man as he left the store.
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By Amy Senk | December 11, 2010
The first meeting of the Newport Beach Citizens Bicycle Safety Committee took place Monday afternoon, with members discussing their concerns and setting priorities — including adding sharrows in Corona del Mar, adding racks throughout the city that won't cause damage to expensive bicycles, reaching out to schools with safety programs and adding permanent speed radar devices on downhill locations. City staff already is designing "Share the Road" signs that will be placed throughout the city, including on Coast Highway through Corona del Mar and along Bayside Drive from Marguerite Avenue to El Paseo, which members agreed would help protect cyclists.
NEWS
March 24, 2012
The brightly painted mural on a wall next to the Corona del Mar Hobie Surf Shop no longer includes a Hurley logo, following a warning from a city code enforcement officer. Following up on a complaint about the sign, a code enforcement told shop employees Tuesday that the logo made the mural an advertisement and violated a section of municipal code that states that signs "shall not advertise a business, accommodation, service or activity not provided on the premises on which the sign is located.
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By Amy Senk | January 7, 2012
A stretch of East Coast Highway in Corona del Mar has become the dumping ground for used adult diapers, but city officials say there's not much they can do unless they catch the culprits in the act. The diapers first began to appear near the Cameo Highlands neighborhood in early summer, one resident said. She asked her name not be published for fear of retaliation. "I don't want them to Google me and leave poopy diapers at my house," she said. "It's been probably eight months since I first noticed them," the woman said.
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