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 Caroline Anderson

Officers honored for lifesaving efforts

Officers honored for lifesaving efforts

Two Manhattan Beach police officers were honored last Wednesday for coming to the aid of an elderly woman who passed out while eating at the McDonald’s on Artesia Boulevard in October.

 Caroline Anderson

Manhattan rejects Artesia Blvd name change, OK’s another

Manhattan rejects Artesia Blvd name change, OK’s another

In the course of one evening, the city council rejected one proposed street name change and approved another.

 Richard Foss

MBMS Fundraiser Features Vegan Cuisine

Think of the menu at a typical gala dinner and certain culinary clichés pop up – the plate of shrimp as an appetizer, followed by the entrée that earned speaking tours the nickname “the rubber chicken circuit.” There are vegetables on the plate because the lump of protein looks lonely all by itself. That won’t […]

 Kevin Cody

Air Force Major General McMurry leads Hermosa Beach Memorial Day service

Air Force Major General McMurry leads Hermosa Beach Memorial Day service

“It’s easy to get lost in statistics,” Major General McMurry Jr. said. “So which number is important? It’s not 500,000 military men and women lost in battle, nor the 6,800 lost since September 11, nor the 38 lost last year. The number to remember is one. “

 Caroline Anderson

Police release name of missing man

Police release name of missing man

Manhattan Beach Police released the name and photo of the man reported missing last week.

 Eddie Solt

South Bay Boardriders Club Celebrates a Memorable Season

South Bay Boardriders Club Celebrates a Memorable Season

After a very interesting year, the South Bay Boardrider’s Club awards it’s division winners and acknowledges the volunteers.

 Caroline Anderson

Police search for missing man

Manhattan Beach Police are searching for a man who disappeared yesterday.

 Jonathan Polakoff

Hermosa Beach activists circulate hotel bed tax petition

Hermosa Beach activists circulate hotel bed tax petition

A group of Hermosa Beach residents is gathering signatures to place an increase of the city’s hotel bed tax before voters in November. The petition comes after the city council recently could not agree to bring the issue to voters.

 Kevin Cody

Letters 05/21/15

Letters 05/21/15

Bring it back Dear ER: I’ve lived in Redondo for many years and what drew me to this city was how alive the waterfront was. Unfortunately, I don’t spend my weekends down there anymore (“On the boardwalk, ER May 7, 2015). Anyone who has lived in Redondo for a long time has seen the deterioration […]

 Caroline Anderson

Heart defect caused lifeguard’s death, coroner says

Heart defect caused lifeguard’s death, coroner says

Los Angeles County lifeguard Brian Keith Kutil, 42, died of sudden cardiac death while completing a routine swim test on Jan. 15, according to the Los Angeles County medical examiner’s office.

 Caroline Anderson

Experts share ocean safety tips and trends for the South Bay

Experts share ocean safety tips and trends for the South Bay

If you’re out in the water and a sea lion tries to climb on you, swim to shore and wait for it to disappear.

 David Mendez

Horvath wins pivotal Redondo Beach District 3 election by 12 votes

Horvath wins pivotal Redondo Beach District 3 election by 12 votes

by David Mendez Despite being behind by 16 votes on the night of the May 12, District 3 Redondo City Council election runoff Christian Anthony Horvath appears to have emerged the victor over Candace Allen Nafissi. The election was fiercely contested and closely watched because Nafissi campaigned in opposition to pending plans for redevelopment of the […]

 Richard Foss

Divine Provence [Restaurant review]

Before a book called A Year In Provence came out in 1989, most Americans had never heard of this sun-drenched region of Southern France. That book launched a thousand vacations among people who had never thought about visiting the French Mediterranean, but suddenly had to go there. It also started a craze for Provençal food […]

 Jonathan Polakoff

City of Hermosa Beach dumps Chevron surf camp sponsorship

City of Hermosa Beach dumps Chevron surf camp sponsorship

For the first summer since launching 23 years ago, the Hermosa surf camp this year will not carry a sponsorship from Chevron, the oil company that helped start the camp but has had a precarious relationship with local surfers over the years.

 Caroline Anderson

Manhattan Beach outlines drought restrictions and enforcement

Manhattan Beach outlines drought restrictions and enforcement

The Manhattan Beach City Council adopted a new ordinance intended to give it more flexibility in enforcing drought restrictions.

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