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August 22, 2008
Laguna home from 1883 bought by developer Tresor Properties has acquired an 1883 home — believed to be the oldest remaining house in Laguna Beach — at 154 Pearl St. Tresor, a real estate investment, construction and brokerage firm, is working with the city to preserve the original architectural integrity and character of the Pearl Street home, according to a news statement. “As longtime members of the Laguna Beach community, we recognize the value and distinctiveness of the historic Pearl Street house as a piece of the city’s unique culture,” Ken Fischbeck, vice president of construction, said in the news statement.
May 31, 2012
Area 1 Wave Street: A woman reported assault in the 200 block at 3:29 p.m. May 24. The woman reported that her landlord had physically picked her up and thrown her out the door. Fairview Street: A Costa Mesa man was arrested on suspicion of DUI in the 200 block at 9:59 p.m. May 24. North Coast Highway: An Azusa man was arrested on suspicion of DUI in the 200 block at 1:17 a.m. Saturday. North Coast Highway: A Laguna Beach man was arrested on suspicion of DUI near Irvine Cove at 10:07 p.m. Saturday.
December 24, 2013
Cliff Drive: A caller reported a man running down a hill with his hands in his pants in the 100 block at 1:01 p.m. Monday. Virginia Way: A caller reported the theft of a pot from her house and the replanting of the plants in a cheaper pot in the 32000 block at 3:49 p.m. Monday. Diamond Street: A caller reported a skate ramp on a public street in the 800 block at 3:43 p.m. Monday. Hillcrest Drive: A caller reported that a 2007 silver BMW X5 was keyed in the 1300 block at 9:39 p.m. Monday.
By Beau Nicolette | December 12, 2013
Laguna Beach shops between Bluebird Canyon Drive and Diamond Street have banded together to form the new business area dubbed the Pearl Street District - and they're planning a party. The 35 businesses that are part of the new district formed the group as a way to promote their businesses and cut down on advertising costs. "The businesses wanted to have a way to let people know about them and what they had to offer," Kym Sawtelle, who assists Josephine Brooks of Spa Josephine, wrote in an email.
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