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April 27, 2005
Jeffrey A. Goffman of Corona del Mar, founder of OnCure Medical Group, was recently appointed to the American Cancer Society Orange County Regional Board of Directors. OnCure is one of the largest providers of outpatient radiology oncology care in the United States. The Orange Coast College speech and debate team finished fifth at the Phi Rho Pi National Speech and Debate Tournament, held April 10 to 16 in Philadelphia. All 14 members of the school's team brought home at least one medal in the competition.
February 25, 2000
The Newport Beach-based advertising and public relations firm Estey-Hoover recently added four clients to its roster. Woodside Biomedical, Inc. and Alacer Corp. -- accounts worth more than $2 million annually -- signed with the agency to promote their products. Woodside produces drug-free medical devices used for the treatment of nausea and vomiting. Alacer produces Vitamin C products. Also joining Estey-Hoover's roster are Vitalife, a company that produces vitamin supplements, and Digi-Crane, a division of OConnor Engineering that produces camera support cranes.
March 15, 2010
GIRLS’ LACROSSE Corona del Mar 7, Tesoro 6 CORONA DEL MAR — Gabby Smith and Tess Crane each had a goal and an assist to pace the host Sea Kings in the nonleague game Monday. Tiffany Paladin, Hillary Bush and Katie Page added assists for the winners, for whom Kylie Mulvaney had an assist. San Clemente 18, Sage Hill 7 NEWPORT COAST — Hayden Furey and Jordan Team had three goals apiece for the host Lightning in the nonleague game Monday.
October 26, 2009
It took a 675-mile journey, but South Coast Plaza’s holiday tree is finally here. The 96-foot white fir tree was placed into position with a 200-ton crane after arriving at the shopping center Monday morning. And on the way from Mt. Shasta, the drivers of the largest allowable-sized trailer that carried the tree posted Twitter updates from the road. Those who live in this area know there’s a long standing competition between South Coast Plaza and Fashion Island’s Christmas trees.
May 28, 2006
Ever have neighbors who'd just drop in unannounced? Well, that somewhat annoying occurrence was taken to new heights in Newport Beach last week, when residents along 33rd Street welcomed a whole new house to the neighborhood. That's right, a house. But the Fettigs, who had the prefab home lowered onto their lot by a 240-ton crane, were lucky: Their neighbors didn't seem to mind the drop in. Some even relished the unusual sight of a home suspended above its neighbors. It probably helped that the Fettigs, including 91-year-old patriarch Ernest Schultz, have long lived on the block and simply were replacing Schultz's old cottage.
November 4, 2003
It's a long way from Mt. Shasta to South Coast Plaza. It's also a long way to the top of the plaza's Holiday Tree: about 90 feet. The tree, which arrived Monday morning after a trip by tractor-trailer from the Northern California mountain, was propped into place by a 200-ton crane. During the next three weeks, some 15,000 colored lights will be strung on the tree, which is next to the Westin South Coast Plaza Hotel near the intersection of Bristol Street and Anton Boulevard.
February 23, 2003
It's not ever day you see a house swinging from a crane and placed like a puzzle piece on a empty lot. When I got the call to cover this, part of me thought this was just a lot of hype. I was wrong. All the worker bees ran around removing tires from the trailer like a pit crew at the Indy 500. To see guys crawling underneath the home as it sat just a couple of feet off the ground made me think how dangerous this was. I thought of the Wicked Witch squashed under Dorothy's house.
October 18, 2010
NEWPORT BEACH — An unidentified driver was transported to Western Medical Center in Santa Ana after driving over an embankment into the Upper Back Bay, according to authorities. Emergency crews responded to a 2:15 p.m. 911 call from a witness who reported that a vehicle had gone over the side of Eastbluff Drive and down a steep embankment, said Newport Beach Fire Department spokeswoman Jennifer Schulz. It took crews about one hour to cut open the vehicle and hoist the victim up by crane, where the victim was then immediately transferred to a waiting ambulance, Schulz said.
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