March 11, 2014 |
Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America has leased 167,778 square feet of industrial space in Huntington Beach for its regional headquarters. The deal will allow Mitsubishi to consolidate three existing Southern California facilities under one roof at 5800 Skylab Road, real state brokerage JLL said. Terms of the 10-year deal with landlord Morgan Stanley were not disclosed, but real estate experts calculating Orange County industrial rents valued the transaction at close to $1 million a year, or $10 million total.
March 10, 2014 |
One of the top volleyball tournaments in the country is set for Friday and Saturday at Poway High School, where the top three teams in Southern Section Division 1 _ Huntington Beach, Loyola and Mira Costa _ will be among the teams competing. Huntington Beach, the defending Division 1 champion, is led by junior TJ DeFalco, a Long Beach State commit, and senior Brenden Sander, headed to Brigham Young. Loyola is led by UC Santa Barbara-bound Hayden Boehle and Stanford-bound Cole Paullin.
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February 27, 2014 |
The founder of the funky but memorabilia-rich surf museum in downtown Huntington Beach has died after a lengthy battle with cancer. Natalie Kotsch never surfed but fell in love with the sport and the lifestyle that surrounded it. She had battled cancer for a decade. She died Tuesday at the age of 76. Kotsch was the founder of the Huntington Beach International Surfing Museum and earned a spot in the beach city's Surfing Walk of Fame for her effort to preserve the memorabilia and artifacts of the surfing culture.
February 24, 2014 |
Defending champion Huntington Beach has been ranked No. 1 in the preseason Southern Section Division 1 volleyball rankings. Loyola is No. 2 and Mira Costa No. 3. Here's the link to complete rankings. Eric.email@example.com
February 23, 2014 |
Huntington Beach is ranked No. 1 in The Times' preseason baseball rankings. The team returns virtually its entire lineup from a squad that eliminated No. 1 Santa Ana Mater Dei in last season's Southern Section Division 1 playoffs. The season officially begins on Saturday, though rain is expected and could push back games until Monday, March 3. The rankings: 1. HUNTINGTON BEACH (SS-Division 1). Experience and talent throughout the lineup 2. HARVARD-WESTLAKE (SS-Division 1)
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February 5, 2014 |
When 66-year-old Lance Jencks first began bodysurfing at the Wedge in Newport Beach, he would often arrive at 7 a.m. and stay until 11 a.m. Jencks wanted to get out there early because he loved the morning's glassy waves, he explained to the city's Parks, Beaches and Recreation Commission during its meeting Tuesday night. But so did everybody else, be they equipped with a surfboard, bodyboard, skimboard or, like Jencks and his bodysurfing peers, a pair of swim fins at most. Following two hours of emotional public comment about who should be allowed to surf where and when, commissioners decided to leave current surfing rules in Newport Beach just as they are, including those that govern the Wedge, the Daily Pilot reported . Potential changes ranged from the shortening of exclusive swim time from 40th to 44th streets to the establishment of a small skimboard zone near Balboa Pier.