Warner Brothers paid the city of El Segundo about $12,500, plus a deposit of the same amount which appears to have been refunded, to film driving scenes for the pilot episode of a new television show, “Animal Kingdom,” on the stretch of Vista del Mar in between 45th Street and Grand Avenue.
Ercole’s Cocktails looked the same on the day of Gary Moore’s wake as it did the day he died at age 86, on August 26, exactly one month earlier. That’s the way he wanted it, the way he wanted it to remain and the way it will remain, said his niece Staci Clark.
The City Council Tuesday night asked staff to prepare a letter opposing the proposal to build an ocean water desalination plant in El Segundo.
On Sept. 16 at 1:30 p.m., unknown suspect(s) broke a door of a parked boat on the 2200 block of Manzanita.
Grand View Elementary was one of 335 public and private schools recognized around the country by the U.S. Department of Education for its “overall academic excellence” on Sept. 29.
The Pumpkin Races, one of Manhattan Beach’s signature events, began at a birthday party in Hermosa Beach in 1990.
The Manhattan Beach Police Department is asking for the public’s help identifying someone who made three threatening phone calls to Manhattan Beach Studios on Sept. 14.
This weekend is the hometown fair, beginning Saturday at 7:30 a.m. with the 38th running of the Manhattan Beach 10K.
In 2013, Mira Costa student and second degree black belt Pooja Nagpal created a three-week self defense program she called For a Change, Defend, and began teaching it to at-risk women and children.
A couple of small shop owners are concerned about the impact that a Gelson’s market on Sepulveda would have on their business.
According to MBPD reports, unknown suspect(s) stole two strollers off the porch of a residence on the 500 block of 1st Street between noon and 3 p.m. on Aug. 3.
Like school districts in nearby cities such as Redondo Beach and Santa Monica, Manhattan Beach has struggled with the heat lately.
When the team from the Urban Land Institute came into town earlier this year, one of its recommendations was to fix up the decaying streetscape downtown, saying that “the paving materials are outdated, are in disrepair, and have become unattractive.”
A power outage that began around 7:15 p.m. Sunday night in Manhattan Beach left 463 customers still without electricity Monday morning.
Manhattan Beach Police Department dispatch received multiple calls around 2:30 p.m. on Sep. 8 regarding a suspicious person who was seen going into several houses that did not belong to him and then inviting a woman to join him inside the house.