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Geoff West | June 15, 2010
As I was reading the Daily Pilot online late Monday I had to stop and chuckle when I got to the Forum page and found three letters to the editor. Two of them were very critical of the recent website design change — understandably so. The new online design, while much sharper and very clean looking, is incomplete, and it's that element that most readers just don't like. They can't find old familiar sections, no matter how hard they try. One reader, Erin Jackson, writing from Ferndale, Mich.
June 14, 2010
I was looking for an obituary that was due to be published Saturday or Sunday. I have checked the Daily Pilot three days running only to see the lemonade stand story and the same single obit — three days running. Nor can I find the columns I loved to read – Geoff West, to name one. As someone who lives outside Newport Beach, and the state of California, I have depended (for the past four years) on the Daily Pilot to keep me updated on all the political and local shenanigans.
Jamie Rowe | May 28, 2010
I 'm in love. Well, that's what I keep telling people when they ask how work is going. As some of you have probably noticed, we here at Times Community News launched a redesign of our six websites this week. The new Daily Pilot site is sleeker and cleaner. The modules, or groupings of stories, are better organized. No more clicking through drop-down menus just to find the section you want. We also have better slideshow and video capabilities, just in time for graduation.
By From staff reports | May 6, 2010
Jamie Rowe, a copy editor and page designer for the Daily Pilot and its sister publications in Orange and Los Angeles counties, has been promoted to web editor for Los Angeles Times Community News, South, effective May 16. Rowe, 27, will oversee the online operations for the Daily Pilot, Huntington Beach Independent, Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot and OC Now, a site that aggregates content from the community newspapers, as well as the Los Angeles...
April 13, 2010
A pair of Early College High School freshmen will visit England this summer after winning the school’s annual Global Awareness Project, which examines human migration. Freshmen McKenna Gordon and Brittany Stump took first in the project after building a website that explores the weighty topic. The announcement of their trip to Scunthorpe was made during a lunchtime ceremony at the Costa Mesa campus at Coastline Community College. “It’s rare that students have exposure to this topic at such a young age,” said Lisa Rodriguez, who teaches anthropology at the high school and was the instructor and the project coordinator.
By Mike Reicher | February 25, 2010
Newport Beach has another reason to brag: It is the wealthiest place in the nation, by some measurements. The combination of high household incomes and home values brings Newport to the top of ’s new rankings of America’s wealth centers. “But I hope that people realize that there’s more than just wealth here,” said City Councilwoman Nancy Gardner, a longtime resident. “There’s a good percentage of the population [that]
By Jim DeBoom | January 12, 2010
St. Andrews Presbyterian Church has been selected to preview a new video on human trafficking “At the End of Slavery: The Battle for Justice in Our Time,” and the public is invited to attend, according to Laura Weber, community outreach director at St. Andrews. The preview will take place at 5:30 tonight with dinner, a viewing of the new film at 6:45 and presentations by Howard Eisenberg, a retired Newport Beach police officer and head of the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force, and a testimonial by a human trafficking victim who was rescued locally.
By Brianna Bailey | November 13, 2009
. CORRECTION: Story should have stated that O-MAMA website co-founder Michelle Tingler lives in San Clemente. Newport Beach resident Debbie Devine voted for John McCain. Michelle Tingler voted for Barack Obama. The two friends don?t always agree on the issues. But together, they hope to create a dialogue between women of all political stripes. Both busy mothers, Devine and Tingler are the founders of . That?s O-MAMA, as in ?Opinionated Mama.? The new website bills itself as a place for current news and events from a mom?
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