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September 15, 2000
LAKE FOREST - The Newport Breakers, a girls under 10 progressive soccer team from AYSO Region 97, shut out Lake Forest, 6-0, on Sept. 9. Kori Erhorn scored two goals, while Lauren DeVoy, Shannon Rohan, Sara Gomez and Amy Snyder each added single goals. Erin Miller and Alice Cope each had assists for the Breakers, while goalkeepers Stephanie Nealy and Amy Snyder, along with defenders Maggie Bernay, Kelly Heenan, Megan McMahon and Katy Storch kept Lake Forest off the scoreboard.
NEWS
November 5, 1999
Alex Katz NEWPORT BEACH -- Efforts to repair the eroded and polluted Quiet Oak Creek in Lake Forest will have a trickle-down effect on the health of Upper Newport Bay, which is where the creek's runoff ends up. Quiet Oak Creek is in Serrano Creek Park off of Serrano Road and Toledo Way. It slows to a trickle in the dry season, when the water is "all runoff from lawns and people washing their cars," said Gary Beeler, a...
NEWS
July 14, 2002
11, 4-3 Steve Virgen IRVINE - The Newport Beach Little League National Major All-Stars played the game of their lives, and catcher Garrett Amoroso earned the biggest RBI of his life against Lake Forest Saturday night in the District 55 All-Stars Tournament. Here was the scenario: Bottom of the 11th, the score tied, 3-3, two out, the bases loaded and a full count to Amoroso, who had struck out five times before what proved to be his last at-bat of the three-hour game.
NEWS
By Mona Shadia | May 3, 2010
A federal judge Friday threw out a lawsuit by four Orange County medical marijuana users who claimed that bans on pot dispensaries in Costa Mesa and Lake Forest violate their rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act. U.S. District Court Judge Andrew Guilford in Santa Ana rejected the argument that laws prohibiting pot dispensaries in the two cities conflict with the disabilities act or the plaintiffs’ access to public services....
LOCAL
By David James | April 5, 2010
PRESS RELEASE April 2, 2010 Qualified persons under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) have filed suit in Federal District Court, Central District of California – Santa Ana – to enjoin the cities of Costa Mesa and Lake Forest from preventing access to medical marijuana collective dispensaries. As persons with a ‘unique position’ the Plaintiffs assert that by conducting police and code enforcement raids, shutting down collectives, harassing patients and collective operators the Plaintiffs are effectively denied access to public services as provided for under the ADA. Plaintiffs assert that their position is unique in the area of marijuana access law because, other than growing, harvesting and preparing marijuana themselves, the only legal avenue for them to obtain the medication legally is thru collective dispensaries.
NEWS
By Mona Shadia | May 14, 2010
Four Orange County medical marijuana users who argue that bans on pot clinics in Costa Mesa and Lake Forest violate the Americans with Disabilities Act on Friday appealed their case to the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Matthew Pappas, the Mission Viejo attorney representing the users, said he believes the case has a chance of succeeding this time around because of his interpretation of the equal protection clause in the 5th Amendment based on a 2009 Congressional decision to lift a longtime ban on medical marijuana in Washington, D.C. Pappas also argues that the disabled have the right to use marijuana under the disabilities act with a doctor’s supervision.
LOCAL
January 9, 2008
EDITOR?S NOTE: These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They are considered innocent until proved guilty. COSTA MESA Friday Sheila Rahnama, 32, Irvine Lloria Horton, 36, Desert Hot Springs Christine Livings, 45, Huntington Beach Susan Bommarito, 44, Newport Beach Nadine Done, 19, Newport Beach Saturday Andreas Schleuss, 42, Costa Mesa Bryce Thomas Waring, 44, Costa Mesa Monday Gregory Lomax, 54, Santa Ana ?
NEWS
April 6, 2005
These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all suspects, are considered innocent until proved guilty. NEWPORT BEACH Wednesday David Stuart Dunlap, 45, Trenton, N.J. Thursday John Yourik Aslanian, 28, San Clemente Saturday Robert Leo Butler, 44, Pacific Palisades Danielle Ldon, 64, Newport Beach Todd Nelson Tucker, 29, Newport Beach Sunday Morgan Elizabeth Williams, 22, Fullerton Bridget Lynn Tracy, 52, Newport Beach COSTA MESA Thursday Nathanial Lee Truax, 22, Long Beach Friday John Matthew Wolfe, 57, Dallas Danielle Marie Tarajack, 18, Costa Mesa Saturday Evan Charles Freiburg, 23, San Diego Andrew Jacob Watson, 25, Costa Mesa Raul Flores Valdez, 21, Rancho Santa Margarita Serene Stephanie Prouty, 23, Coto de Caza Young Sok Lee, 34, Torrance Giovanni Giacomo Arce, 24, Lake Forest Sunday Jose Luis Maldonado, 27, Costa Mesa Donald Lewis Shire, 42, Lake Forest Sun Yoo, 23, Los Angeles
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By Matt Szabo | June 25, 2013
IRVINE - The Newport Beach Little League Intermediate (50/70) Division All-Stars love to sing. They have a variety of favorites, including songs by Selena Gomez and Journey, but their go-to song is probably "Dead and Gone" by T.I. featuring Justin Timberlake. The song title usually describes Newport Beach's title hopes by this point in June, but not this year. With an impressive display of power, Newport Beach made history Tuesday night at Las Lomas Park. The NBLL Intermediate All-Stars hit seven home runs in routing Lake Forest, 16-2, in five innings, winning the District 55 Tournament for the first time in Newport Beach Little League history in any age division.
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SPORTS
June 21, 2012
The Newport Hills Killer Whales Swim Team traveled south to the home of the Lake Forest II Dolphins Saturday, and if one did not realize it was a South Coast Swim Conference interleague dual meet, it could have been mistaken for the recent CIF Southern Section finals in high school swimming. Newport Hills won the meet decisively, 803-461, due to great depth and a total team effort, but the day turned into one highlight reel after the next as its Corona del Mar High swimming stars put on a show not only for their younger teammates but also for all in attendance - with Killer Whale head coach Michelle Sperling beaming, as she has been head coach for these swimmers for the last eight years.
SPORTS
December 22, 2011
BOYS' BASKETBALL Corona del Mar 82, San Clemente 61 LAKE FOREST - Senior guard Jake McCloskey finished with 32 points in the Sea Kings' North-South Challenge at El Toro High. Joey Calise contributed 20 points for CdM (6-5). * Sage Hill 55, Marshall 53 NEWPORT COAST - Sophomore guard Jack Williamson scored 18 points and made three free throws with eight seconds left to lead the Lightning to the nonleague win Thursday. Williamson made three three-pointers and was fouled on a three-point attempt with eight seconds left.
NEWS
August 23, 2011
A Laguna Niguel man, dubbed the "Blue Note Bandit" for a string of robberies in Costa Mesa and other Orange County cities, was sentenced Tuesday to eight years in prison and will have to pay $26,000 in restitution, according to prosecutors. David Andrew Camp, 52, robbed 13 banks in about two and a half months, and was known for handing tellers a note demanding large bills and no dye packs, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. According to the D.A.'s office, he robbed banks in Costa Mesa, Irvine, Aliso Viejo, Laguna Niguel, Dana Point, Laguna Hills, Laguna Woods, Lake Forest and San Juan Capistrano.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo, matthew.szabo@latimes.com | July 8, 2011
ALISO VIEJO — After taking the lead in the top of the first inning, things were going well for the Newport Beach National Little League 9- and 10-year old All-Stars on Friday night. Adam Flood singled to left and eventually scored on a designed play. Christian Polny walked and then broke from first base, getting tagged out at second but allowing Flood to score from third. Little did Newport Beach National know that Flood's hit would be their first — and last. Three Lake Forest pitchers combined on a one-hitter as Newport Beach National lost, 6-1, in a District 55 All-Star semifinal at Woodfield Park.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo, matthew.szabo@latimes.com | July 9, 2010
ALISO VIEJO — In the middle of an early pitching change, the Newport Beach National Little League 9- and 10-year-old All-Stars were already down four runs Thursday night. The team moms in the stands got a little restless, or were at least searching for things to talk about. "LeBron James is going to the Miami Heat," one of them said after glancing at her phone. Newport Beach is also feeling the heat in the District 55 All-Star tournament after suffering its first loss, falling to Lake Forest, 9-5, in Thursday's semifinal game at Woodfield Park.
NEWS
By Mona Shadia | May 14, 2010
Four Orange County medical marijuana users who argue that bans on pot clinics in Costa Mesa and Lake Forest violate the Americans with Disabilities Act on Friday appealed their case to the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Matthew Pappas, the Mission Viejo attorney representing the users, said he believes the case has a chance of succeeding this time around because of his interpretation of the equal protection clause in the 5th Amendment based on a 2009 Congressional decision to lift a longtime ban on medical marijuana in Washington, D.C. Pappas also argues that the disabled have the right to use marijuana under the disabilities act with a doctor’s supervision.
NEWS
By Mona Shadia | May 14, 2010
Four medical marijuana users who argue that bans on pot clinics in Costa Mesa and Lake Forest violate the Americans with Disabilities Act took their case Friday to the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Matthew Pappas, the Mission Viejo attorney representing the users, said he believes the case could succeed this time because of a 2009 congressional decision to lift a longtime ban on medical marijuana in Washington, D.C. Based on Congress’ decision, Pappas argues, patients in California should enjoy the same right under the equal protection clause in the 5th Amendment.
NEWS
By Mona Shadia | May 4, 2010
A federal judge Friday threw out a lawsuit by four Orange County medical marijuana users who claimed that bans on pot dispensaries in Costa Mesa and Lake Forest violate their rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act. U.S. District Court Judge Andrew Guilford in Santa Ana rejected the argument that laws prohibiting pot dispensaries in the two cities conflict with the disabilities act or the plaintiffs’ access to public services....
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