Owners applying for permits to demolish historical properties will have to wait 30 days while the city verifies if the property meets criteria for a landmark, according to a decision made by the city council on Feb. 17.
Seeking to preserve the momentum started with the week-long Urban Land Institute (ULI) panel in January, on Monday night the city council unanimously approved the hiring of city planning firm Pacific Municipal Consultants (PMC) to draft a Specific Plan for the downtown.
A barista from the cafe at the end of the Manhattan Beach pier and several others helped rescue a drowning man.
The Manhattan Beach Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual South Bay Business Leaders Summit (formerly the Women in Business Conference) on Mar. 6 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Manhattan Beach Marriott.
One of the four new city jobs proposed by the city last October was approved to be filled at Tuesday night’s council meeting.
One of the most confrontational moments of last week’s hour-long forum for city council candidates was when attorney Bill Victor and current Councilmember Amy Howorth argued over the amount that the city spends on hiring outside consultants.
In response to community concerns over an increase in residential burglaries, the Manhattan Beach Police Department held a standing-room only town hall on Feb. 11.
Manhattan Beach Police arrested a man they suspect might be responsible for at least three car burglaries today.
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Leadership Manhattan Beach has chosen this year’s project: Replacing the telescopes on the Manhattan Beach Pier.
The mayor reaffirmed the city’s commitment to following the suggestions made by the Urban Land Institute for the city’s downtown at Tuesday’s Manhattan Beach City Council meeting.
Manhattan Beach Police found 80 pounds of marijuana, $10,000 in cash, an assault rifle and three handguns while responding to a burglar alarm at a house on Marine Avenue yesterday around 4 p.m.
The building at 1040 Manhattan Beach Blvd. has stood in the same spot less than a block west of Sepulveda since 1953. But when its new owner, Nina Ritter, told people about it, they didn’t know what she was talking about.
As a Manhattan Beach junior lifeguard, Madisson Giese, 15, had learned CPR. But until recently, she’d never done it on an actual person. That changed during the late morning of Jan. 31.
Hundreds of people turned out in Metlox Plaza Friday night to support the Manhattan Beach family whose house was firebombed early Wednesday morning in a possible hate crime.