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NEWS
June 15, 2000
-- Story by Amy R. Spurgeon; photo by Don Leach HE IS Not a pinhead. TO BOWL OR NOT TO BOWL Costa Mesa resident Jose Contreras has been the head mechanic at Kona Lanes in Costa Mesa since 1990. And when you enter the alley's double glass doors off Harbor Boulevard and Mesa Verde, leave your attitude at home. This is his turf. And to abuse the lanes is to disrespect him. The 29-year-old father of three has watched many bowlers come and go. But those 40 lanes are like his babies.
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NEWS
May 4, 2008
It took 13 years, $9.5 million and an incalculable amount of persistence by Jim Scott. Last week, we saw that persistence pay off with the dedication of Jim Scott Stadium, a state-of-the-art athletic facility where Estancia and Costa Mesa high schools will compete in football, track and soccer. The stadium features artificial turf, an all-weather track, a press box and a snack bar. It might be the finest stadium in Orange County. Generations of Estancia and Costa Mesa graduates ?
NEWS
September 14, 2001
Paul Clinton CRYSTAL COVE -- California State Parks brought the future of the historic district into sharper focus Thursday by releasing a preliminary proposal for restoring the 46 cottages. Parks officials, in its "public-use vision," laid out a project for Crystal Cove State Park that could include overnight vacation rentals and a mix of other educational, scientific and artistic uses. "This will become a framework for more meetings and more workshops and where we go from here," agency spokesman Roy Stearns said.
NEWS
March 25, 2003
ON THE AGENDA IMPROVEMENTS The city has about $1.5 million to spend on fixing up Corona del Mar State Beach, but now they must figure out how to spruce it up. A number of improvements, paid for from the American Trader Oil Spill settlement and from Proposition 12, could be made depending on what the council and the community want. A little more light will be shed on the matter when the council hears plans for fixing up the beach at their study session before the council meeting.
NEWS
March 7, 2003
Deepa Bharath Whale watching season is drawing to a close. Local businesses that charter whale watching tours off the coast of Newport Beach say it's been one of the best years for sightings -- so good that Davey's Locker at the Balboa Fun Zone is looking forward to sending its big charter boat to Catalina on March 9 for a whole day of whale watching. The trip is part of an annual fund-raiser for the Orange County Chapter of the American Cetacean Society, which is based in Irvine, but runs most of its marine tours through Davey's Locker, Assistant Manager Dave Myers said.
SPORTS
September 29, 2010
The Costa Mesa High School Aquatics Center, which features a 50-meter Olympic-sized pool, will officially be unveiled during a grand opening ceremony Tuesday at 4 p.m. A tentative opening date had been set for Nov. 1, but the construction crew finished the project ahead of schedule. The aquatics complex also includes a classroom, a snack bar, as well as a state-of-the-art scoreboard and sound system. The pool has special touch pads for timing. Measure F, the $282 million bond measure voters approved in 2006, helped the renovation, which cost $6.6 million, said Laura Boss, the district's director of communications.
SPORTS
October 30, 2012
BOYS' WATER POLO Corona del Mar 12, Beckman 6 CORONA DEL MAR - Matt Sherburne scored three goals for the Sea Kings in their Pacific Coast League finale Tuesday at home. Jack Harryman, Ty Hack, Jake Wyatt and Reid Chase each scored twice for league champion CdM (21-6, 10-0 in league). Brendan Fisher had one goal, and Patrick McKenzie made seven saves. The team wore orange caps for the second straight year and donated snack bar money to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society/Team Kimie.
NEWS
By Sarah Peters, sarah.peters@latimes.com | May 24, 2011
NEWPORT BEACH — The owner of Malarky's Irish Pub on Tuesday night withdrew his application that sought to expand the bar's late-night occupancy. Mario Marovic expressed gratitude to the council for working with him on the project, but concluded that he was not ready to move forward on the plans he described as "life-changing. " "A lot of good came out of the application process," Marovic said to the council, "and I was able to meet a lot of great people. " Mayor Mike Henn invited Marovic to revisit the expansion plans for Marlarky's in the future, but the businessman expressed doubt over the possibility.
SPORTS
By Charlie Brande | March 8, 2012
On Tuesday, Corona del Mar High will play Edison at Orange Coast College in a nonleague boys' volleyball match that starts at 6 p.m. The event is far more important than a simple high school volleyball match. Coaches Steve Conti (CdM) and Brian Boone (Edison) have established the game as the McKenna Claire Challenge. All funds from the gate and the snack bar as well as donations will go to the McKenna Claire Foundation for Pediatric Brain Cancer. McKenna (Macky) Wetzel was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor Jan. 21, 2011.
NEWS
By Steve Virgen | August 22, 2009
COSTA MESA — For two weeks, Vanessa Mariani, a 7-year-old from Costa Mesa, pestered her mother about wanting to play tackle football. It seemed as if everyday the little girl would shove a glossy flier about Costa Mesa Pop Warner in her mom’s face. “Have you signed me up yet?” Vanessa would ask. “I felt like if she wants to do it that badly I should check it out,” her mother, Sonya, said. “I talked to the coaches and they assured me that it would be safe, so I just let her play.
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