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July 25, 2008
Cox to work on Coast Highway during summer Cox Communications will be installing fiber-optic cable along Coast Highway from the north city limits to Crown Valley Parkway over the next two months, City Manager Ken Frank stated in his July 18 update. The work will involve minimal lane closures during off-peak hours, he said. Cox has agreed to cease work on the project if traffic problems develop, Frank said. ?We normally would not allow any non-emergency lane closures on Coast Highway during the summer,?
NEWS
October 3, 2008
Egly skips Cox taping Incumbent Jane Egly was a no-show at a Cox Communications? taped candidates forum Saturday, due to previous commitments. ?I don?t know how we are all keeping up,? Egly said. The show was taped with City Council candidates Cheryl Kinsman and Verna Rollinger. It will be shown on Channel 1 ? which is On Demand, and you have to ask for it ? a departure from previous elections. All candidates forums will be telecast on Channel 1 ? Laguna?
LOCAL
By Cindy Frazier | April 11, 2008
The Laguna Beach City Hall and police department were unusually quiet over the past day and a half because telephone service was down for nearly 24 hours. The city’s website was also down. Emergency 911 service was operable, but some people were using “911” to call police because they couldn’t get through on the police non-emergency line, police records show. A fiber network cable was severed on Tuesday afternoon by road workers using a concrete saw on Aliso Creek Road in Aliso Viejo, said Ayn Craciun of Cox Communications.
LOCAL
By Jeanne Meyers | August 24, 2009
LAGUNA BEACH, CA, 8/24/09 - Laguna’s MY HERO Project, host of the Laguna Hero Fest, is in the running for a $10,000 grant from a Cox Communications organization. Each year, the Cox Cares Organization honors 10 outstanding non-profit organizations that benefit the community. This year, among those being honored is the Laguna Beach based MY HERO Project. MY HERO’s world renowned web site offers a positive alternative to commercial media, for children and adults, with its ever-growing archive of hero stories.
NEWS
December 15, 2006
Library hosts family night on Wednesday The public library will hold its annual Welcome Winter Family Night on Wednesday. The evening will begin at 4 p.m. with musician Georgette Baker, followed by children's crafts at 5 p.m., refreshments at 5:30 p.m. and Santa's arrival at 6 p.m. Holiday palettes from the city's children's palette exhibition will also be on display, courtesy of Laguna Outreach for Community Arts. For more information, call (949) 497-1733.
LOCAL
August 22, 2008
Credit card scheme entraps local woman A Laguna Beach woman has apparently been entangled in an international credit card fraud scheme based in Ghana, Sgt. Jason Kravetz said. The woman, who was not identified because she is considered a victim, was receiving items at her Center Street home that turned out to have been purchased with a stolen credit card, Kravetz said. The woman was then shipping the items to another address on the East Coast to be forwarded to the suspect in Ghana.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 28, 2009
Jazz Wednesday features clarinetist Laguna Beach Live! will feature the Ken Peplowski Quartet from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday in the outdoor Rose Garden of the Hotel Laguna, as part of its Jazz Wednesday series. Often compared to the late jazz musician, clarinetist and bandleader Benny Goodman, Peplowski has entertained audiences with his clarinet and saxophone for more than 30 years. Cover charge is $10. A wide selection of drinks and food will be available for purchase.
NEWS
By Bryce Alderton | April 15, 2014
Mike Morrison remembers geeking out on his Apple IIe , marveling at its capabilities. He thinks back to when email meant a once-a-day alert that a group of messages was ready to read. How times have changed. The former elementary school teacher and Laguna Beach Unified School District's newest chief technology officer enters at a critical time as students prepare to take new standardized state tests on computers, whether on traditional desktops or Google Chromebooks. Boosting speed to the Internet was one of Morrison's first tasks and he successfully negotiated a deal that will provide increased speed . Morrison, 46, a Trabuco Canyon resident and Southern California native, discussed this matter and his hopes for the district's technology infrastructure.
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NEWS
By Bryce Alderton | April 15, 2014
Mike Morrison remembers geeking out on his Apple IIe , marveling at its capabilities. He thinks back to when email meant a once-a-day alert that a group of messages was ready to read. How times have changed. The former elementary school teacher and Laguna Beach Unified School District's newest chief technology officer enters at a critical time as students prepare to take new standardized state tests on computers, whether on traditional desktops or Google Chromebooks. Boosting speed to the Internet was one of Morrison's first tasks and he successfully negotiated a deal that will provide increased speed . Morrison, 46, a Trabuco Canyon resident and Southern California native, discussed this matter and his hopes for the district's technology infrastructure.
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NEWS
March 26, 2010
Legion sponsors Easter Egg Hunt The veterans of Laguna Beach American Legion Post 222 and the Women?s Auxiliary will sponsor the annual Easter Egg Hunt at 1 p.m. April 4 at Skipper Carrillo Field at Laguna Beach High School. The free event is open to all children who are 9 and younger. The Easter Bunny will make a special appearance and will be available for photo opportunities for those who arrive by 12:30 p.m. The American Legion has sponsored the tradition for more than 50 years.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 28, 2009
Jazz Wednesday features clarinetist Laguna Beach Live! will feature the Ken Peplowski Quartet from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday in the outdoor Rose Garden of the Hotel Laguna, as part of its Jazz Wednesday series. Often compared to the late jazz musician, clarinetist and bandleader Benny Goodman, Peplowski has entertained audiences with his clarinet and saxophone for more than 30 years. Cover charge is $10. A wide selection of drinks and food will be available for purchase.
LOCAL
By Jeanne Meyers | August 24, 2009
LAGUNA BEACH, CA, 8/24/09 - Laguna’s MY HERO Project, host of the Laguna Hero Fest, is in the running for a $10,000 grant from a Cox Communications organization. Each year, the Cox Cares Organization honors 10 outstanding non-profit organizations that benefit the community. This year, among those being honored is the Laguna Beach based MY HERO Project. MY HERO’s world renowned web site offers a positive alternative to commercial media, for children and adults, with its ever-growing archive of hero stories.
NEWS
October 3, 2008
Egly skips Cox taping Incumbent Jane Egly was a no-show at a Cox Communications? taped candidates forum Saturday, due to previous commitments. ?I don?t know how we are all keeping up,? Egly said. The show was taped with City Council candidates Cheryl Kinsman and Verna Rollinger. It will be shown on Channel 1 ? which is On Demand, and you have to ask for it ? a departure from previous elections. All candidates forums will be telecast on Channel 1 ? Laguna?
LOCAL
August 22, 2008
Credit card scheme entraps local woman A Laguna Beach woman has apparently been entangled in an international credit card fraud scheme based in Ghana, Sgt. Jason Kravetz said. The woman, who was not identified because she is considered a victim, was receiving items at her Center Street home that turned out to have been purchased with a stolen credit card, Kravetz said. The woman was then shipping the items to another address on the East Coast to be forwarded to the suspect in Ghana.
LOCAL
July 25, 2008
Cox to work on Coast Highway during summer Cox Communications will be installing fiber-optic cable along Coast Highway from the north city limits to Crown Valley Parkway over the next two months, City Manager Ken Frank stated in his July 18 update. The work will involve minimal lane closures during off-peak hours, he said. Cox has agreed to cease work on the project if traffic problems develop, Frank said. ?We normally would not allow any non-emergency lane closures on Coast Highway during the summer,?
LOCAL
By Cindy Frazier | April 11, 2008
The Laguna Beach City Hall and police department were unusually quiet over the past day and a half because telephone service was down for nearly 24 hours. The city’s website was also down. Emergency 911 service was operable, but some people were using “911” to call police because they couldn’t get through on the police non-emergency line, police records show. A fiber network cable was severed on Tuesday afternoon by road workers using a concrete saw on Aliso Creek Road in Aliso Viejo, said Ayn Craciun of Cox Communications.
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