Travel letters: In the Letters column of the Aug. 23 Travel section, the name of letter writer Bill Spitalnick of Newport Beach was misspelled Spitalnik.
You have about a month to get ready and you know you deserve a splurge to usher in the cool Fall weather. The beach chairs and blankets will probably be packed away, the wardrobes changed out, a new social season beginning and the cool, sunny, refreshing evenings welcome. Show More Summary
At the Dory Fleet market in Newport Beach, local independent fishermen have been selling their catch directly to the public for more than 100 years. If anything, it's more popular today than it has ever been. The market, founded in 1891 and declared a historical landmark, has seen its share of...
A shark sighting off California’s Orange County coast Thursday led to the temporary closure of popular beaches in Newport and Huntington. Surfers, swimmers and others were not allowed in the waters Thursday night, according to the Associated Press. Newport Beach lifeguard Battalion Chief Mike...
Everyone seems to be celebrating Disneyland's 60th birthday. Eight Newport Beach hotels are offering two Disneyland tickets to guests who stay at least two nights. The offer won't last long for some hotels, so don't take too long to decide. The deal I recently wrote about Costa Mesa hotels offering...
Justin Bieber gives a thumbs up while enjoying an afternoon on a luxury yacht last week in Newport Beach, Calif. The 21-year-old “Where Are U Now” entertainer was joined by a group of friends, including some girls in bikinis. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Justin Bieber Justin recently shared an Instagram video of [...]
A water main break in Newport Beach spilled an estimated 1 million gallons of water into the street and an underground parking structure early Wednesday, according to the Irvine Ranch Water District.
Newport Beach police say they are working to wrap up an investigation into a prank that sent moviegoers into a panic earlier this month when a leaf blower was started in a theater.
The Newport Beach City Council voted August 11 to disassociate itself from a councilman's email criticizing the Supreme Court's June decision redefining marriage in the U.S.
Charges could come for teens and young adults who revved a leaf-blower and caused a scare during a showing of the movie "The Gift" at a Newport Beach, Calif. theater
The Newport Beach City Council won't censure Scott Peotter but has formally disassociated itself from his views. read more
The Newport Beach City Council decided Tuesday night after two hours of discussion that Councilman Scott Peotter should not face formal reprimand for his recent email criticizing same-sex marriage.
Police asked for the public's help Tuesday in identifying four young people who they said might be connected to an incident Saturday night in which someone revved a leaf blower in a crowded Newport Beach theater, causing frightened moviegoers to flee.
Three people were injured in scramble for the exits after somebody revved a leaf-blower during showing of "The Gift"
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Moviegoers in Newport Beach ran from what they thought was a chainsaw-wielding attacker after a small group burst into a crowded theater and revved the motor of a leaf blower, police said Monday.
NHL free agent forward Dustin Penner, who was a Stanley Cup winner with the Anaheim Ducks and the Los Angeles Kings, has listed his Newport Beach home for sale at $2.2 million.
Newport Beach Councilman Scott Peotter could face a written reprimand from his colleagues during a meeting Tuesday, a month after he wrote an email under the city seal that criticized same-sex marriage.
The Irvine tutor who helped a group of high-achieving Newport Beach students hack into their teacher's computer to change grades and steal tests pleaded guilty Tuesday and was immediately sentenced to one year in jail and five years probation.