August 10, 2005
EDITOR'S NOTE: These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested, and, as with all suspects, they are considered innocent until proved guilty. COSTA MESA Aug. 3 Jeanette Marie Lopez, 21, Norwalk Richard Allan Jones, 40, Chino Thursday Neri Gonzalez Robledo, 25, Costa Mesa Robert Garret Kingeter, 27, Huntington Beach Friday Jacinto Cocoletzi Flores, 22, Costa Mesa Laura Jackson, 23, Midway City Patrick Ryan Philipson, 25, Costa Mesa Brett Edward Losner, 35, Orange Saturday Fidel Bustamante Macedo, 31, Santa Ana Heidi Rochelle Cisneros, 29, Newport Beach NEWPORT BEACH Friday Kristina Michell Arvidson, 22, Irvine Patrick Moore McMath, 21, Louisiana Saturday Esther Dolores Reyna, 24, Newport Beach Sunday Carlos Javier Garcia, 25, Riverside Steven Fredrick Fleer, 38, Santa Ana
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.
November 26, 2009
A memorial service for environmentalist Jan Vandersloot is slated for 1 p.m. Dec. 6 at Castaways Park, 700 Dover Drive, Newport Beach. Vandersloot died suddenly at his Newport Beach home Nov. 4. He was 64. A dermatologist with a practice in Huntington Beach, Vandersloot was one of the founding members of the Bolsa Chica Land Trust, a group dedicated to preserving the Bolsa Chica Wetlands in Huntington Beach. He also helped found the Ocean Outfall group, which pushed for the Orange County Sanitation District to clean up wastewater being pumped offshore.
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."
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.
October 19, 2006
EDITOR'S NOTE: These people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They are considered innocent until proved guilty. Gieles R. Huegi, 23, Newport Beach Catalino M. Gomez, 27, Huntington Beach Lino Atuatasi, 24, Huntington Beach John A. Campos, 38, Huntington Beach Tom R. McAvoy, 59, Huntington Beach Luis M. Delgado, 25, Fullerton Cassondra Moore, 38, Huntington Beach Carla M. Ramsey, 31, Diamond Bar Jason J. Ruiz, 30, Newport Beach Craig M. Wilber, 33, Huntington Beach Tlatelpa D. Honorio, 22, Westminster Henry J. Clark, 42, Huntington Beach Sayda Mejia Rodriguez, 21, Buena Park Matthew L. Lloyd, 48, Huntington Beach Pamela A. Staple, 50, Fountain Valley George A. Baltas, 46, Huntington Beach Bryan L. Martin, 32, Huntington Beach Daniel J. Paton, 24, Torrance
August 16, 2007
NorthStar Moving Corporation, one of the leading residential and commercial moving companies in California, has determined Huntington Beach, Newport Beach and Costa Mesa were three of the most popular cities out of five to move to in Orange County. Irvine topped the list in the No. 1 spot, with Huntington Beach coming in second, Newport Beach in third place, Costa Mesa fourth and Aliso Viejo in fifth place. According to a written statement issued by NorthStar, its busy moving season is in its final month, and the company compiled the data based on incoming moving requests for the 2007 season.
January 29, 2004
These people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all crimes, are considered innocent until proved guilty. Kraig J. Kissinger, 52, Sunset Beach Angel G. Benitez, 66, Santa Ana Tiffany L. Coones, 19, Garden Grove Karen A. Heinmeyer, 36, Huntington Beach Daniel Wilner, 23, Palo Alto Justin R. Ogorek, 26, Huntington Beach Christine D. Bellino, 22, Huntington Beach Brandon T. Winters, 24, Huntington Beach Victor Contreras, 38, Huntington Beach Joseph R. Crouch, 27, Huntington Beach Steven E. Calderon, 34, Huntington Beach Todd E. Morse, 28, Huntington Beach Michael R. Layhee, 19, Huntington Beach Hiroko Katagiri, 40, Irvine Robert Medina Jr., 25, Whittier Callen A. Chase, 35, Garden Grove Amanda G. Buol, 22, Long Beach Jason Hutchinson, 25, Newport Beach Brenda L. Port, 34, Huntington Beach Eric G. Olson, 23, Irvine Cory White, 26, Newport Beach Henry M. Hudig, 22, Temecula Scott Sherman, 29, Seal Beach