Smoking in multi-unit housing will be prohibited under an extension of Manhattan Beach’s smoking ban that received its first reading Tuesday night.
While it’s standard for architects to ask clients about their needs before any hammers are involved, Carol Beth Cozen has an inquiry process that delves exceptionally deep. She asks clients where they put their mail after retrieving it from a mailbox. She learns if they want privacy, away from their children. She learns what foods they like and how often they entertain.
The Manhattan Beach Police Department invites the community to give its feedback at a workshop on its strategic plan on Sept. 16.
Due to a lack of candidates, the Nov. 3 election for two Manhattan Beach Unified School District board seats has been canceled.
While visiting Cuba last December, Micah Worner, a seventh grader at American Martyrs, learned that the government rations school supplies.
Chef Diana Stavaridis ranks with the best chefs in the South Bay and her timing is good, but her location may be a challenge
A Manhattan Beach couple’s appreciation for a home they saw on their neighborhood walks led them to an old friend
There were some residents who were pro-skatepark and some who were against, but there was one thing most of the approximately 40 people in the room agreed on: They didn’t want a skatepark in their backyard.
The IRS has long since given up threatening to jail Catholic Worker and writer Jeff Dietrich for failing to pay taxes. Dietrich never pleads innocent nor asks for mercy during sentencing after being arrested for civil disobedience. He knows he will sleep peacefully in jail and his prosecutor, judge and jury won’t.
She doesn’t get paid for the work she does for the Manhattan Beach Police Department, which includes at least 20 hours a month on patrol. But at times since she began working as a reserve officer over 22 years ago, Michelle Darringer, 53, has commuted from as far away as Bakersfield.
An unknown suspect entered the shared laundry room of a building on the 1000 block of North Highland Avenue on Aug. 6 at 6:50 a.m. and used a blowtorch in an attempt to steal the change in the coin-operated washing machine.
The Neptunian Woman’s Club is holding a design contest to create its new logo.
On Aug. 19, the Manhattan Beach Chamber of Commerce endorsed the proposal to open a Gelson’s supermarket in the empty lot on Sepulveda in between 6th and 8th streets.
Residents may soon be able to water their lawns twice a week for seven and a half minutes, as opposed to the once a week, 15-minute watering period currently allowed.
“Boat 86, we’re going to need you to slow your paddler down, okay?” said Ronnie Meistrell, captain of Disappearance.
“Disappearance, we hear you,” said the muffled voice on the other end of the radio’s channel 68. “We’re letting him know right now.”