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December 22, 2011
Hello, my name is Blanca. I am an 11-month-old female Maltese mix. I love to run and play and would love to find a family with another four-legged furry friend to run around and play with. I am fixed, micro-chipped and up to date on all my shots. I am looking for a loving forever home. To adopt me, call Animal Crackers Pet Rescue at (949) 499-1988.
October 28, 2010
Vehicle overturns after collision A vehicle flipped over in a collision at 7:47 p.m. Oct. 20 in Coast Highway near Third Avenue after the driving hit a vehicle in the process of parallel parking, Sgt.Louise Callus said. The driver of the overturned vehicle, which had collided with the parking vehicle, was initially believed to be trapped in the vehicle but was able to crawl out on his own, Callus said. He sustained minor to moderate injuries and was taken to Mission Hospital Laguna Beach for treatment.
By Cheryl Pruett | May 14, 2010
Unsure if Orange County is noir-challenged? ?Orange County Noir? explores the underbelly of Orange County locales with the noir treatment, complete with danger, cynical characters and the antithesis of Orange County pretty. The book, released in April, features Orange County and Southern California writers who take a hard-boiled look at Orange County. The collection of 14 short stories carries on in the tradition of the greats such as Raymond Chandler?s ?The Big Sleep,?
August 22, 2003
Barbara Diamond One longtime business is leaving Laguna Beach, and a couple others have moved to new locations. THE SKY IS FALLING Chicken Little's is closing its doors Aug. 31 after 33 years at 574 S. Coast Highway. Ladislao Alvarez and Bert Borden opened the store in 1968 and moved it to the highway location in 1970. Alvarez has decided to call it quits after the death of his partner, store manager Janet Cruciana said. "The question everyone is asking is, where will they get their 'naughty' cards," Cruciana said.
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