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By: | September 14, 2005
EDITOR'S NOTE: These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all suspects, are considered innocent until proved guilty. COSTA MESA Sept. 6 Roberta Lorette, 31, Corona del Mar Thursday John Michael Sissoyev, 28, Fullerton Sukki Roy Min, 33, El Monte Sherri Leeann Page, 47, Costa Mesa Saturday Juan Carlos Galan, 23, Santa Ana Liam Patrick O'Halloran, 21, Huntington Beach Hector Ramirez Reyes, 22, Costa Mesa Richard Cordova, 46, Santa Ana Melissa Marie Norton, 21, Costa Mesa Annette Reyes, 24, Costa Mesa Francisco Javier Zamarripa, 21, Fountain Valley Jaime Alberto Garrido-Jimenez, 20, Santa Ana Sunday Domingo Mondragon Acosta, 33, Costa Mesa Monday Pedro Rincon-Bernardo, 28, Costa Mesa NEWPORT BEACH Sept.
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NEWS
By: | October 13, 2005
In reading the editorial on Greenlight ll in Sunday's Daily Pilot, I could not help but notice you left out the two most important issues regarding the initiative. They have to deal with increased traffic congestion and the effect on residents' quality of life. In the general plan update, the city has taken outlying traffic credits and applied them to high density areas of Newport Beach, such as Mariner's Mile and Newport Center. These reallocated credits from lower traffic areas of the city claim to actually reduce traffic with proposed new high density development and will supposedly make the quality of life and enjoyment of Newport Beach that much better.
NEWS
By: | September 8, 2005
CLARA GLADYS WIGHT A memorial service for former Newport Beach resident Clara Wight will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Gold Quartz Inn in Sutter Creek, Calif. Born in Arizona, Mrs. Wight met her husband of 53 years at an arts high school in Los Angeles. In 1959, the couple moved to Newport Beach, where she was a homemaker. Mrs. Wight was an avid volunteer and tennis player, and enjoyed reading and playing bridge. She died Aug. 18 at the age of 86. Mrs. Wight is survived by her daughter, Diane Tapia; her sons, Tony Wight and Jeff Cook; and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
NEWS
By: | July 26, 2005
A Huntington Beach man drove a car through a barricade and onto the sand near lifeguard headquarters at the Newport Beach pier Monday afternoon. The car, a gray BMW, was reported stolen from a garage at a home in Balboa Coves just an hour earlier, Newport Beach Police Sgt. Bill Hartford said. "I was afraid he was going to hit me," said Carol Cedeno, of Chicago, whose beach chair was positioned several feet from where the car came to a stop. Spencer Lewis Voglin, 21, was taken into custody.
NEWS
By: | August 2, 2005
The Daily Pilot asked young scientists at Harbor Day School, "What's the most fun part of Science Discoveries Camp?" "Just seeing the ocean and being able to be near it." ELISABETH SMITH, 9 Laguna Beach "Being able to dissect starfish. You don't get to go into the ocean and do that every day." TYLER GAETE, 8 Newport Beach "Looking at the plankton and the grunion eggs because you can see the heart beating in them." BRETT DONLAVEY, 9 Laguna Beach "Making the crystals."
NEWS
By: | October 11, 2005
A Newport Beach police sergeant wounded a pit bull after the dog reportedly charged toward him Sunday, police said. The sergeant was on patrol at about 3 a.m. near West Ocean Front and Summit Street when he saw a light that appeared to be emanating from a tent on a West Newport beach, Newport Beach Police Sgt. Bill Hartford said. The sergeant approached the tent to tell the occupant, Jose Lopez, 35, of Newport Beach, that camping is not allowed. As he walked toward the tent, the sergeant noticed an unleashed 80-pound pit bull near the tent, Hartford said.
NEWS
By: | September 30, 2005
Send CALENDAR items to the Daily Pilot, 1375 Sunflower Ave., Costa Mesa, CA 92626; by e-mail to lindsay.sandhamlatimes.com; by fax to (714) 966-4679; by phone (714) 966-4625. OCT. 4 PLANNING HEALTHCARE TREATMENT Advance Care Planning: Who Will Speak for You -- a seminar on planning for your treatment in advance and how it increases the likelihood that your healthcare wishes will be respected -- is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. at the Hoag Conference Center in Newport Beach.
NEWS
December 29, 2001
Warmington -- Banta The Warmington family ranch in Rancho Santa Fe was the setting for the wedding of Sara Joyce Warmington from Newport Beach and Michael Beale Banta, formerly of Glendale. Officiating was the Rev. Dr. William Flanagan of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Newport Beach. The bride is the daughter of Vicky and James Parsons Warmington Sr. of Rancho Santa Fe. She graduated from Stanford University with a major in economics and minor in psychology.
NEWS
By: | July 26, 2005
The 16th annual Costa Mesa junior golf championships tees off today at Costa Mesa Golf & Country Club's Mesa Linda course, with times beginning as early as 7 a.m. Newport-Mesa area golfers are scattered in seven boys and girls divisions. Among the returners from last year's event include Katie McKitterick, who finished fifth in the girls 15-17 age division last year. McKitterick, part of Corona del Mar High's Pacific Coast League girls golf championship team last fall, will be paired with Newport Beach's Jessica Milner.
NEWS
By: Elia Powers | September 5, 2005
Mona Cheshire spent her final decades living in Newport Beach, but she never lost the aloha spirit. Some of her happiest moments were spent conversing with relatives at luaus in her birth state of Hawaii. Cheshire often hosted parties and took pride in entertaining guests by playing the ukulele or performing a hula dance. "Hawaii is real family-oriented," said Richard Flory, Cheshire's son-in-law. "There's an openness and sense of connectedness that Mona really embraced."
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