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 November 18, 2017  Mark McDermott

Sheriff McDonnell visits Manhattan Beach Rotarians, addresses sanctuary city opposition

by Mark McDermott Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell became a target for immigration activists’ ire last March when he opposed Senate Bill 54, the…

 November 18, 2017  Ryan McDonald

Police Beat Hermosa Beach

String of bike thefts At least five bicycles were stolen from various South Hermosa residences in recent weeks. Unlike many bike thefts in the city,…

 November 18, 2017  Ryan McDonald

Hermosa Beach about town

Sidewalk festival The Hermosa Beach Chamber of Commerce and Visitor’s Bureau hosts its annual Holiday Sidewalk Festival downtown this weekend. The event, which runs Friday…

 November 18, 2017  David Mendez

Redondo Beach about town

General Plan Vision Statement survey closes Thursday, Nov. 16   The Redondo Beach General Plan Advisory Committee is seeking residents to help develop a Vision…

 November 18, 2017  David Mendez

Parras robotics tourney a brain sport

by David Mendez It’s early evening at Parras Middle School, and teacher Melanie Sullivan sounds tired but happy. Behind her, there are the chaotic sounds…

 Mark McDermott

Free holiday parking is extended to a month in Manhattan Beach

by Mark McDermott City Council last week voted to extend free parking within the city from three weeks to four weeks this holiday season to help local retailers better attract business. Finance director Bruce Moe said each week meters are bagged costs the city $43,000. As a result, the cost of the annual tradition will […]

 Tony Cordi

El Segundo’s home turnover rate half the national average

by Tony Cordi Shake Shack in El Segundo opened up to very long lines a couple of weeks ago.  This auspicious start for the new Apollo Landing development is yet another example of the increasing diversification of the business base in El Segundo.There have been substantial investments made in development projects over the past few […]

 David Mendez

Mitchell remains despite Council split

by David Mendez   Planning Commissioner Marc Mitchell, who has been accused of threatening Mayor Bill Brand, will retain his seat on the city’s development body following an impassioned, deeply divided vote by the Redondo Beach City Council. Council members Christian Horvath, Laura Emdee and John Gran voted to continue a discussion to remove Mitchell […]

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