Manhattan Beach resident James Pringle was returning home from dinner with friends Thursday evening when he glanced in his rear view mirror and saw a white SUV about to plow into him. The SUV was being pursued by police cars with red lights flashing and sirens blaring.
“He was going so fast, I knew he was going to hit me. Luckily, he swerved and just clipped me. Then he swerved again and hit another car. Then he crashed into the mattress store,” Pringle said.
by David Mendez The Redondo Beach Unified School District Board of Education on Tuesday night addressed concerns over Heritage Pointe Senior Apartments, the recently-embattled complex that occupies district-owned land. R.J. Miller, a representative for the Foundation for Affordable Housing, Heritage Pointe’s owner and the lessee of the District’s land, was in attendance to issue…Read More→
Every day, Dash Michaels counts his blessings. At least five days each week, Michaels, 60, heads to the Beach Cities Health District’s Center for Health and Fitness. There, he goes and visits his friends – trainers, staff, people he’s worked out with for years. “I’ll walk in at the end of my day – I might…Read More→
by David Mendez The Redondo Beach Unified School Board voted unanimously to approve $100,000 in emergency funding to remove more than a dozen trees on the campuses of Franklin Elementary and Parras Middle schools, following incidents caused by strong, tree-felling winds. However, in balking at the high price tag invoiced by their tree-cutting vendor,…Read More→
The driver of a Department of Beach and Harbors bucket truck was probably wishing he’d let a little more air out of his tires before driving on the beach at Avenue H in Redondo Beach Thursday morning.