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Alcindor pours in season high 33 points but Laguna Beach handles Irvine, 58-44 (video)

Irvine’s boys basketball team was unable to slow down high flying Laguna Beach Friday night in a non-league game at Irvine. Laguna Beach won its seventh in a row out of the gate, topping the Vaqueros 58-44 behind the 23-point effort of Blake Burzell. Grady Morgan added 14 points for the Breakers. Irvine (3-3) was […]

Red flag, high fire danger warning extended through Saturday for Laguna Beach

The National Weather Service has extended a Red Flag Warning for the coastal Orange County area, including Laguna Beach, through 8 p.m. tonight. The Fire Weather Watch is due to low humidity of about 5 percent combined with strong, gusty winds. Residents are asked to call 949-497-0701 if they see something or someone suspicious and […]

High School Girls' Water Polo Preview: Laguna Beach intent on defending CIF title

The Laguna Beach High girls’ water polo team is going for its fourth CIF Southern Section Division 1 title in five seasons, and that’s rarefied air. The only other team that has done it since girls’ water polo became a CIF sport in 1998 is Foothill. The Knights won four straight Division 1 titles...

Red flag, high fire danger warning issued for Laguna Beach this week

A Red Flag Warning has been issued for Laguna Beach over the next days. This means that there is an elevated fire danger and a high wind watch. City officials have put parking restrictions in place for the Diamond/Crestview neighborhood. Any vehicles parked in marked parking spaces with a “red flag” painted in the center […]

Burzell leads Laguna Beach to championship in Grizzly Invitational

Laguna Beach’s boys basketball team won the championship of the Grizzly Invitational’s top division on Saturday, Dec. 2. The Breakers defeated Aliso Niguel 59-55 in the Gold Division championship game. Laguna Beach’s Blake Burzell, a 6-foot-6 senior, was named tournament MVP. He scored 116 points over five tournament games. The tournament included an early-season upset […]

Thousands party in downtown Laguna Beach for festive Hospitality Night

LAGUNA BEACH  Thousands came out for holiday fun Friday, Dec. 1 in the city’s downtown for Hospitality Night — likely the largest in decades. Instead of beginning in front of City Hall this year, festivities were held in the Peppertree parking lot, between Ocean and Forest avenues, where Santa Claus arrived on the city’s 1939 […]

Breakers hang on to win first Grizzly Invitational title

It was the steady play of senior Blake Burzell, the tournament MVP, that helped the Laguna Beach High boys’ basketball team in all five of its wins at the Grizzly Invitational tournament. But it was a play by freshman post player Nolan Naess in the closing seconds of the championship game Saturday...

Laguna Beach police officer suspected of elder abuse, fraud is placed on leave

The Laguna Beach Police Department placed one of its officers on paid administrative leave this week pending the outcome of an investigation of possible elder abuse and fraud, the department said Friday. Fullerton police on Tuesday arrested Rock Wagner, a Laguna Beach police officer, along with...

New location, same festive feel at Hospitality Night in Laguna

Hospitality Night in Laguna Beach on Friday had a slightly different look from previous years, but the same cheerful feeling. Hundreds of people ushered in the holiday season by celebrating the annual tree lighting at the Peppertree parking lot. Mayor Toni Iseman led the crowd in a countdown as...

Environmentalists fear lobster traps off Laguna Beach pose danger to whales along the coastline

LAGUNA BEACH — Kurt Lieber was shocked when he counted 130 lobster traps set in a straight line along a half-mile border on the northern side of the city’s Marine Protected Area. The founder of Ocean Defenders Alliance, a nonprofit dedicated to a debris-free sea, was searching for hot spots with a high density of […]

2 Laguna Beach homeless musicians are opening for Eric Burdon and the Animals at the Irvine Bowl

Ed Shute and Emanuel Wood don't just play the blues. They live it. Homeless, they sleep at an emergency shelter. But they are upbeat about an upcoming concert.

Girls water polo preview: Orange County preseason Top 10

The Register’s preseason Top 10 rankings for girls water polo: GIRLS WATER POLO 2017-18 O.C. Preseason Top 10 1. Laguna Beach: The defending CIF Division 1 champion Breakers graduated Olympian and county athlete of the year Aria Fischer but return a hungry and deep fleet. A record seven seniors participated in an early-period National Signing […]

Vehicle-free pedestrian plaza in Laguna Beach seen as boon for visitors and merchants but as eyesore by critics

LAGUNA BEACH Alex Ghaddar, manager at Adonis Restaurant, said the addition of a vehicle-free gathering spot in the city’s downtown has enhanced business and created a new ambiance just outside his doors. “It seems exactly like a place you would find in Europe,” Ghaddar said Monday, Nov. 27, sitting on a colorful stool in the […]

Greet Santa, watch tree-lighting at annual Hospitality Night in downtown Laguna Beach

Ring in the holiday spirit with your neighbors Friday, Dec. 1 during the annual Hospitality Night held downtown Laguna Beach from 5-10 p.m. Instead of beginning in front of City Hall this year, the festivities begin in the Peppertree Parking Lot, located between Ocean Avenue and Forest Avenue, where Santa Claus will arrive to greet […]

Injured driver hoisted from Laguna Beach hillside, taken by helicopter to hospital

LAGUNA BEACH — A motorist in his mid-20s suffered serious injuries when his vehicle went 40 yards down a hillside Thursday, Nov. 23, in Laguna Beach. The crash was reported about 1:15 a.m. at the end of Park Avenue, near Tahiti Avenue,  Orange County Fire Authority Capt. Steve Concialdi said. “Not sure how he got […]

Delightful Rustic Feel Exuded by California Beach Home

Anders Lasater Architects transformed a decrepit beach dwelling in Laguna Beach, California, into a welcoming contemporary residence. The two-level house comes with an impressive open-plan social area, an outdoor swimming pool and a terrace. Show More Summary

Los Angeles man, Buena Park woman sentenced in firefighter gear theft case

They were charged in July in connection with stealing an off-duty firefighter's equipment from his car parked at a Laguna Beach hotel.

South Laguna Community Garden kicks off holiday festivities

LAGUNA BEACH Artists and crafters offered up handmade specialty items Sunday, Nov. 19 at the South Laguna Community Garden. In all, about 150 people browsed the nine vendor displays, listened to music from the Garden Band and enjoyed the feel of the kicked-back community. Items for sale included hand-crafted jewelry, pillow cases, clothing and handbags. […]

26-foot-long boat runs aground at Laguna Beach’s Main Beach

LAGUNA BEACH – A 26-foot-long boat suffering from a failed electrical system ran aground at Main Beach Tuesday night, Nov. 14, with neither of the two passengers suffering injury. Vessel Assist, which acts like an automobile club for watercraft, was called to remove the boat from the beach, but the $6,500 tab was too steep […]

Gift of Giving: Meet the 2017 National Philanthropy Day Orange County honorees

National Philanthropy Day Orange County is recognizing the following 2017 honorees: Outstanding Philanthropists Suzanne and James Mellor, Laguna Beach “We have a core philosophy of not only giving financially, but of giving of our time and expertise to organizations we care deeply about. We want to ensure that Laguna Beach will remain a world-class haven of […]

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