Huntington Beach considering privatizing library operations – Orange County Register

The Huntington Beach City Council will consider privatizing public library operations by allowing an outside company to run the service, with city staff asking the council to allow them to…

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Coast Guard investigates possible oil spill off Huntington Beach

The U.S. Coast Guard is investigating an oil sheen off the coast of Huntington Beach that stretches about two miles long and half a mile wide, officials said Friday. Officials…

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Laguna Beach council meeting halted by ‘Zoombombing’ incident

Laguna Beach officials on Tuesday ended a city council meeting early after a handful of speakers unleashed antisemitic, homophobic, transphobic and racist tirades over Zoom during a public comment period….

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L.A. and Long Beach ports post higher cargo traffic for January

The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach reported sharply higher cargo traffic in January, part of a rebound from 2023 when freight movement fell as labor troubles pushed shippers…

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Decaying gray whale washes up on Orange County beach

A gray whale that had probably been dead for weeks washed up on an Orange County beach Thursday. The decaying carcass was found on Bolsa Chica State Beach in Huntington…

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State wins a round in fight with Huntington Beach to build more housing

California’s lawsuit against Huntington Beach, which accused the city of defying state efforts to ease the housing crisis, appears to be back on a fast track after the suit was…

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State wins a round in fight with Huntington Beach to build more housing

California’s lawsuit against Huntington Beach, which accused the city of defying state efforts to ease the housing crisis, appears to be back on a fast track after the suit was…

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U.S. strikes Yemen: Are L.A., Long Beach ports ready for cargo surge?

The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, the nation’s largest cargo complex, are bracing for a business surge created by problems elsewhere: the Suez Canal in Egypt — a…

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Mater Dei, Huntington Beach, Fairmont Prep collect significant victories – Orange County Register

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now A second standout player on Mater Dei’s girls basketball team watched from the sideline Tuesday night in an…

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After years of running a deficit, the Queen Mary has turned a profit for the city of Long Beach.

The Queen Mary has for years been a landmark in the city of Long Beach, an iconic ocean liner serving as a majestic sentry at the port and a popular…

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Long Beach hospital’s first 2024 baby arrives 2 weeks early – Orange County Register

A baby boy named Javier was the first baby born in 2024 at Memorial Care Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital in Long Beach. He arrived two weeks early. Parents Lucerito…

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Judge denies petition to prevent voter ID proposal from going on Huntington Beach ballots – Orange County Register

An Orange County judge on Thursday, Dec. 28, denied an attempt to prevent Huntington Beach from putting a charter amendment measure on the March ballot asking voters whether they wish to…

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Magnitude 3.4 earthquake hits Huntington Beach, rattling nerves

A magnitude 3.4 earthquake hit underneath Huntington Beach on Friday night, rattling some nerves. The earthquake struck at 9:52 p.m., with an epicenter just east of Newland Elementary School. According…

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Small earthquake strikes near Huntington Beach; no damage reported – Orange County Register

A small earthquake struck late Friday near Huntington Beach, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Huntington Beach police said there were no immediate reports of damage from the quake, which…

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