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Redondo renewable energy study passes despite split vote
 March 22, 2017  David Mendez

Redondo renewable energy study passes despite split vote

  by David Mendez Two years ago, the Redondo Beach City Council moved to explore joining a joint-powers agreement that would, literally, join the city’s…

David Hadley considering run in 2018 governor race
 March 20, 2017  David Mendez

David Hadley considering run in 2018 governor race

by David Mendez Former State Assemblyman David Hadley has formed an exploratory committee to run for the Governor’s seat in 2018. This makes him the…

 March 19, 2017  Ryan McDonald

Hermosa Beach Police Beat

Mysterious vandalism Unknown suspects defaced multiple pieces of property in South Hermosa earlier this month. In one incident, a vandal graffitied a city bench on…

Manhattan Beach skateboard park opens to hundreds of skaters.
 March 18, 2017  Kevin Cody

Manhattan Beach skateboard park opens to hundreds of skaters.

Hundreds of skaters, accompanied by their families and civic officials attended the opening of the Manhattan Beach Skate Park on Saturday. The morning was set aside for free skating. In the afternoon, following a ribbon cutting, an expression session was held, sponsored by Spyder Surf and Kinecta Savings and Loan. …

Redondo Beach schools honored with Green Ribbon
 March 18, 2017  David Mendez

Redondo Beach schools honored with Green Ribbon

by David Mendez The Redondo Beach Unified School District, as well as six of its schools, were honored at Redondo Union High School by the…

 Ryan McDonald

Grinding it out: Manhattan Beach skate spot finally set to open

Grinding it out: Manhattan Beach skate spot finally set to open

by Ryan McDonald The Manhattan Beach skate spot is nestled among the basketball rims, racquetball building and baseball fields of Marine Park. Studded with quarter-pipes, fun boxes, flat rails, stairs and more, the soon-to-be-opened park is a blank canvas for the creative skater, its copings unscuffed, its ledges unmarked. But the neatest trick to be […]

 Ryan McDonald

Beloved Manhattan Beach jewelry store facing eviction

Beloved Manhattan Beach jewelry store facing eviction

by Ryan McDonald   Manhattan Beach resident Diane Halperin recently recalled some of her now-deceased grandmother’s last moments. Her grandmother gave her a ring that had long been in the family; Halperin promised to take care of it, but wondered who she should go to have it cleaned. Who could she trust with an object […]

 Ryan McDonald

Hermosa Beach City Council mulls response to refinery bills

Hermosa Beach City Council mulls response to refinery bills

by Ryan McDonald The Hermosa Beach City Council voted Tuesday night to hold off on issuing a letter of support for a series of proposed state laws affecting the Torrance Refinery, signaling concern about regional impacts from the refinery but also uncertainty about the bills’ potential effects and disagreement over the extent to which Hermosa […]

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