The Seal Beach Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony will be held from 3 to 8 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 29, at the foot of the Seal Beach Pier.

A reader suggests an alternative to dealing with coyotes. Local businesses raise money for breast cancer. A bike shop hosts a bike theft prevention seminar. For details of these and other stories, visit www.sunnews.org.

Santa Claus is coming to Seal Beach. He will make his annual appearance in the beach town next Friday. For details, visit www.sunnews.org.

Readers talk about an inspiring child and a humanitarian alternative to coyote trapping. A Sun Region woman reflects life without her daughter, who died at 18.  A College Park East resident completes his Eagle scout project.  For details, visit www.sunnews.org.

The 2014 Miss Seal Beach will compete for the title of Miss California. For details, visit www.sunnews.org.

Council officially thanks two members who have termed out of office. Coyote trapping protests continue. For details, visit www.sunnews.org.

The online Sun has Letters to the Editor, a World War II veteran’s reflections on the impact his generation had on our country, the Seal Police Department seeks a car thief and a Seal Beach woman enters the male-dominated world of jockeys. For details, visit www.sunnew.org.

Old Town girl McKenzi Taylor, 12, and her family have started a charity for pets who need rehab. For details, visit www.sunnews.org.

Readers render opinions on ballot measures and a fundraiser is set to support the Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony. See www.sunnews.org.