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This one was going to be called "Moving Target: OCTA's Ever-Shifting Rationales for Making the OC a Toll Lane County."
Ten years ago, if you told someone that an American-built, all-electric luxury sedan had been bought with internet currency, he or she may have looked at you like you were crazy.
Before spending the day visiting beloved Disney characters and riding exhilarating rides, vacationers can take advantage of complimentary breakfast for two with the hotel's Stay for Breakfast Package that includes deluxe accommodations.
This is a list of restaurants your humble food writer has deemed his ten favorite in a city that's arguably one of the best restaurant cities in Orange County, one where OC Weekly World Headquarters happens to reside .
"It was a spontaneous decision," he said. "My wife and I were having dinner [last weekend] and she said, 'You ought to do it.
Tony Burica, owner of Tony's Boat Shop in Costa Mesa for 25 years, will be signing his new book, "Seeking Freedom: A Five-Year Odyssey."
The Orange County Transportation Authority voted 6-2 on Tuesday to support a plan that would add one general purpose lane in each direction on a stretch of the 405 Freeway from Seal Beach to Costa Mesa.
Destiny Colocho, project manager at Scientific Resource Surveys Inc., surveys the grounds Tuesday for archaeological artifacts before proposed development at Fairview Park in Costa Mesa.
Costa Mesa police sought the public's help in finding the driver of a gray 2004 gray Ford 150 pickup truck who ran a red light and broadsided a car in an intersection.
Dec. 2, 2013 -- The Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association named the recipient of the 2013 James C. Morriss Member Achievement Award and elected new officers and directors at its 105th Annual Meeting held on Nov. 14-16 at the Ponte Vedra Inn & Club in Ponte Vedra, Fla.
"Henry T. Segerstrom," with text by Bonnie Rychlak. Published by Assouline.This large, coffee-table book documents Segerstrom's life from the bean fields of Costa Mesa to the construction of the Orange County Performing Arts Center - now Segerstrom Center for the Arts - and its $240 million concert hall, completed in September 2006.
COSTA MESA, Calif. Paul Crouch, who built what has been called the world's largest Christian broadcasting network, has died.
High Wind Watch for Orange County was issued at December 08 at 2:39AM PST