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  • Orange County Register
    The city of Huntington Beach will reconsider its earlier decision to reject a 48-unit condo project near retail and apartments, putting on hold a lawsuit accusing Surf City of restricting homebuilding at the behest of “NIMBYs,” officials said.
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  • Orange County Register
    The eight-event season kicks off with the Huntington Beach event May 1-3, while Hermosa Beach (July 24-26) and Manhattan Beach (Aug. 14-16) received their traditional summer slots. The tour again has stops in Austin, Texas, New York City, Seattle and Chicago and will again conclude in Hawaii.
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  • Orange County Register
    A 69-year-old man died Tuesday night, Nov. 26, after getting struck by a car in Huntington Beach, police said. Officer were called about the collision shortly before 7:30 a.m. at Goldenwest Street and Tucana Drive, Huntington Beach police Sgt. Eric Warken ...
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  • Orange County Register
    The crash that claimed the lives of 58-year-old Eileen Sayegh of Anaheim and 56-year-old Denise Leverenz of Huntington Beach happened about 4:20 p.m. Thursday, at Beach Boulevard and Roosevelt Avenue, according to Westminster police Cmdr. Alan Iwashita and the coroner’s office. Sayegh died at the scene and was the driver of one of the ...
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  • OC Weekly
    As late as the 1800s, the area now known as the Huntington Beach wetlands comprised about 3,000 acres. But industrialization and land development over the last century has reduced those wetlands to less than 200 acres, according to the Huntington Beach Wetlands Conservancy. Somehow, the endangered least tern still has a nesting site at the ...
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  • Orange County Register
    Protesters at Huntington Beach City Hall Monday, Nov. 18, made it clear that they would not accept development of the “Magnolia Tank Farm” without a fight. During the busy 5 p.m. rush hour, about 30 people stood along Main Street waving signs with such ...
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  • Orange County Register
    “Everything in the ocean makes sense. I can look at a wave and determine what will happen,” Fisher said in a 2009 interview on the north side of the Huntington Beach Pier. At the time, the 17-year-old was facing an uncertain future after his first brain tumor diagnosis. Fisher, who had the Huntington Beach surf community rally around him to ...
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  • Orange County Register
    That started the ball rolling. He then recruited three fellow Surfrider Foundation activists: Huntington Beach’s Laurie Hammond, Tony Soriano and a third man who asked not to be named to avoid conflicts with the boss at his day job. The four, who all ...
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  • Orange County Register
    Beach Boulevard connects so much of Orange County, from La Habra to Huntington Beach, and now city leaders want to connect with residents over their desire to further rejuvenate the historic stretch. Meet on Beach on Sunday, Nov. 17, involves the seven ...
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  • Orange County Register
    Beach Boulevard connects so much of Orange County, from La Habra to Huntington Beach, and now city leaders want to connect with residents over their desire to further rejuvenate the historic stretch. Meet on Beach on Sunday, Nov. 17, involves the seven ...
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  • Orange County Register
    Huntington Beach ace Grace Uribe signed with Texas A&M on Wednesday to lead four signees from the Oilers’ softball team. Uribe, The Register’s reigning pitcher of the year and a one-time Missouri commit, helped Huntington Beach reach the CIF-SS Division 1 semifinals last season and earn a No. 1 ranking in Orange County. She went 14-5 with a ...
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  • KTLA
    Ten veterans and first responders paddled nearly 30 miles from Catalina Island to Huntington Beach on Veterans Day Monday. The group with nonprofit Operation Open Water hopes to highlight high rates of PTSD and suicide among former service members. Chip Yost reports for the KTLA 5 News at 3 on Nov. 11, 2019.
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  • Orange County Register
    “We can do together what I cannot do alone,” said Danny Nichols, event director for the inaugural Operation Open Water, an endurance trek across the ocean on Monday, Nov. 11, that ended in Huntington Beach. Joining Nichols were eight other paddlers who set out with the same purpose: To raise awareness about post-traumatic stress disorder ...
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  • Orange County Register
    Last spring she sold SeaSalt, her other restaurant in the same shopping center on Beach Boulevard and that is now Social Huntington Beach. She thought that would give her enough time back but it hasn’t. Her SeaLegs lease was ending in 2020 and she thought she would ride it out, but a regular customer approached her and that person is now ...
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  • Orange County Register
    Huntington Beach’s girls tennis team aimed Monday to show it belonged with the top teams in CIF-SS Division 1. Last season’s CIF-SS Division 3 champion defeated postseason regular Troy 10-8 in a quarterfinal match at Huntington Beach High to advance to ...
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