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SPORTS
November 26, 2012
GAMEBUSTERS 49 - Kai Wilson (Corona del Mar) touchdown run. 47 - Grif Amies (Corona del Mar) field goal. 40 - Grif Amies (Corona del Mar) field goal. * GAMESTOPPERS CORONA DEL MAR - Senior end Tim Reinhardt hits the quarterback as he throws a pass, knocking the quarterback out of the game in the first quarter … Sophomore outside linebacker Hoyt Crance stops the quarterback at the line of scrimmage … Senior linebacker Alex Molinari sacks the quarterback for a 14-yard loss … Crance tips a pass and senior defensive end Greg Williford picks it off and returns it 21 yards for a touchdown … Reinhardt sacks the quarterback, forcing a fumble that sophomore linebacker Robbie Hoffman recovers on the opponent's 45-yard line … Sophomore defensive back Brett Greenlee intercepts a pass near midfield … Greenlee breaks up a pass.
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NEWS
October 19, 2010
The last Newport Beach City Council candidates' forum will be from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday evening at the OASIS Senior Center. The most hotly contested race is between Ed Reno, a pharmaceutical lobbyist, and Rush Hill, an architect and Newport Beach political insider. They are be vying for District 3, which represents the west side of Upper Newport Bay. In the other race, incumbent Leslie Daigle and Mark Tabbert, a businessman, are fighting for the District 4 seat, which represents the John Wayne Airport area, Santa Ana Heights and Eastbluff.
NEWS
September 10, 2012
Two Newport Beach police officers and a man were injured during an afternoon fire in Corona del Mar on Monday, authorities said. The fire destroyed an apartment above the garage of a two-story home in the 600 block of Marguerite Avenue. The man, who lived in the unit, was hanging outside of the second-story window, said Todd Knipp, a battalion chief with the Newport Beach Fire Department. Police initially tried to pull him out, as he was unable to do so himself, but were unsuccessful.
SPORTS
March 10, 2011
CORONA DEL MAR — Corona del Mar High swept the boys' and girls' track and field Battle of the Bay competitions against Newport Harbor Thursday at Corona del Mar's track. The Sea Kings dominated in girls, winning 105-22, while CdM edged the Sailors, 68-59, in boys. The CdM girls won every event except the 100-meter hurdles. The Sea Kings standout was Ashlee Powers, who finished first in the 800 (2 minutes, 23.4 seconds) and first in the 1600 (5:16.9). CdM's McKenzie Brown won the long jump (14 feet, seven inches)
NEWS
By Amy Senk | April 9, 2011
What began as an enjoyable day at last year's Corona del Mar Christmas Walk has resulted in a legal claim of racial discrimination against Landmark Steakhouse, along with questions about whether Corona del Mar is a hostile community to African Americans. Mark McHenry filed a federal lawsuit on March 29 seeking unspecified monetary payment for "mental anguish, embarrassment and humiliation" resulting from racial slurs used in place of his name on two Dec. 5, 2010 receipts from the Landmark Steakhouse, where he was a regular customer.
OCNOW
July 2, 2012
Corona del Mar Florist's latest window display features an old-school bicycle with a wire basket stuffed with red, white and blue flowers - half in and half out of the shop as if it was riding through the glass. “People are stopping,” said owner Karen Yould. “They walk by, they look at it, they turn back and look again. We get a lot of Junior Guards riding past, and they just smile. Some people put their hand up to the glass window to see how it could be going through.” The answer to that is a brother who can weld, said Yould, who decided to make the display after seeing an image online several months ago. She bought the old-fashioned girls bike on Craigslist, and her brother cut it in half and then helped make the stands for the display.
NEWS
By Amy Senk, Corona del Mar Today | September 8, 2012
Newport Beach may have to take a third stab at its application to remove 60 beach fire rings, a California Coastal Commission staff member said. "Their application remains incomplete," Coastal Commission Coastal Programs Analyst Jeffrey Rabin said in a telephone interview. "Until we have all the information, we feel is necessary to evaluate the impact, we can't take it to the commission. We're not there yet. " The Newport Beach City Council voted in March to remove the beach fire rings, and the city sent its original application to the commission in May. The commission in June asked for more information.
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 30, 2011
Restaurants may be noisy, and the patrons leaving may make noise. But a bigger problem for some Corona del Mar residents lately has been the noise created by employees as they leave for the night, according to e-mails and complaints sent to Newport Beach Mayor Pro Tem Nancy Gardner. Gardner on Thursday asked if the Corona del Mar Business Improvement District board would send a letter to restaurants in the village, telling them to remind workers to be mindful of neighbors as they leave work after evening shifts.
NEWS
By Amy Senk, Corona del Mar Today | October 27, 2012
Editor's note: This is Amy Senk's last Corona del Mar Today column in the Daily Pilot. She has been a wonderful contributor over the last two years. We are sad to see such a fantastic journalist leave the Daily Pilot due to budget constraints, but please continue to read and support her important work at coronadelmartoday.com . A Port Theater representative asked the Corona del Mar Business Improvement District board last week if it would agree to remove an orchid tree that blocks the theater's electronic marquee.
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