5K run in Huntington Beach brings out colorful characters

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Who won The Color Run 5K at Huntington Beach State Park on Saturday, Sept. 29? Hard to say. For one thing, there was no race clock. And for another, it’s all about fun. And color. Participants were asked to show up in all white and then be prepared to ...
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Eva Kilgore: From boutiques to boo-tiques, there’s plenty to shop for around town in October

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It’s definitely worth a visit. The boutique is in Huntington Beach at 714 Adams Ave., Suite 106, near Beach Boulevard. Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday; closed Sunday. Information: duskboutique.com Halloween ...
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Los Alamitos puts on dazzling display as it routs Fountain Valley

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HUNTINGTON BEACH – Los Alamitos only needed one play to make its presence felt Friday night in a 69-0 win against Fountain Valley at Huntington Beach High. Oscar Brown V took the opening kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown as the Griffins deflated the ...
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Newport Beach attorney agrees to pay $2.3 million as visa scam case widens

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Thursday’s complaint also charged Marilyn Thomassen, a Huntington Beach attorney overseeing PDC’s escrow accounts, with negligence and recklessness for allowing PDC access to those funds. Thomassen already has reached a settlement of her own case with ...
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Defense helps Huntington Beach grind out win over Newport Harbor

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NEWPORT BEACH – Huntington Beach’s 21-3 victory over Newport Harbor in the teams’ Sunset League opener Friday was due almost entirely to the Oilers’ defense. Huntington Beach (5-1, 1-0) scored a defensive touchdown, had five sacks, three ...
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Orange County restaurants shut down by health inspectors (Sept. 21-28)

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20 because of a cockroach infestation, reopened Sept. 24 (report). H.B. Liquor Liquor at 6937 Warner Ave., Huntington Beach, closed Sept. 20 because of a rodent infestation, reopened Sept. 21 (report). Barbeques Galore at 13274 Jamboree Road, Irvine ...
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Real estate news: WeWork to open third Orange County office at the Boardwalk in Irvine

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Find more information about the event and how to adopt a pet in the area at adoptapet.com/homesfordogs. The Huntington Beach office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage will host a food drive for the Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County beginning ...
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Empower local governments to regulate wayward sober homes, witnesses tell Congress

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“In our city, we have houses with multiple overdoses and deaths, and all we can do is send our firefighters in to pick up the pieces,” Huntington Beach Mayor Pro Tem Erik Peterson told the committee. “In an attempt to help or be ...
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He lost both legs below his knees to diabetes. Now he helps others cope with their fears about amputation

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Doctors cut away the front half of his foot. Because he no longer had the stability to climb ladders, his career as Randy the Handyman doing repair work in Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley and Westminster ended with early retirement. He eventually lost ...
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O.C. Judge Rules California’s ‘Sanctuary State’ Law Does Not Apply to Huntington Beach, Other Charter Cities

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A judge has ruled that California can’t require the city of Huntington Beach to follow a state law limiting local police collaboration with federal immigration agents. Superior Court Judge James ...
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