Manhattan Beach Police are searching for a man who disappeared yesterday.
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.
The Manhattan Beach City Council adopted a new ordinance intended to give it more flexibility in enforcing drought restrictions.
Tim “Fergie” Ferguson’s family and over 100 of his friends gathered for a paddleout in memory of the Manhattan Beach native Saturday morning at Marine Street, where he once “controlled the left,” noted longtime neighbor Mike Murphy.
The Beach Cities will host two Relay for Life walks this summer to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Teams solicit pledges and walk around local tracks over the weekend, sometimes spending the night. Relay for Life of Manhattan Beach begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 30, at Mira Costa High School, […]
Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach have each been selected as host cities for the 2015 Special Olympics World Games, to be held in Los Angeles on July 21 through July 24. Together, the Beach Cities will host athletes and their supporters from seven countries. Redondo Beach will host delegations from Benin, Haiti and […]
The city is getting the short end of the stick when it comes to the new state-mandated reduction goals.
Two Manhattan Beach police officers will be honored with lifesaving awards by the South Bay Police and Fire Memorial Foundation at the 41st annual Medal of Valor luncheon on May 20.
A Hacienda Heights man was arrested Tuesday for his suspected role in the robbery of Fred and Kathy Stanger at their house on Morningside Drive in Manhattan Beach last November.
Almost one hundred years after the small yellow house on Alma Avenue and 27th Street went up, it’s coming down.
Weekly report from Neighborhood Watch
Both the Tour de Pier and Bite at the Beach return to Manhattan Beach this year.
Supervisor Knabe, who helped pave the way for the $26.3 million library, called the building the “crown jewel of Manhattan Beach.”
The city will become more aggressive in its efforts to get Rite Aid, which has let a site it leased at the corner of Manhattan Beach Boulevard and Sepulveda Boulevard
lay vacant for six years, to do something with the site.
It hits you as you drive — or walk — down Manhattan Beach Boulevard toward the water from Sepulveda: a mix of oranges and purples splattered across the side of a one-story building.