South Bay Realtors challenged to sell homes they can’t show as a result of Governor Newsom’s ‘Stay-at-Home’ order
Real estate is a touch and feel business. But the coronavirus is stoppiong Reators from showing homes.
The Naval hospital ship USNS Mercy arrived at the Port of Los Angeles this morning to care for non-COVID patients from area hospitals.
South Bay restaurants step up take-out during dining-in prohibition.
Responses to the coronavirus were recorded by local photographers this week. Photographers interested in having their visions of the coronavirus included in future Easy Reader galleries should send them to EasyReader@EasyReader.news.
The entire Easy Reader staff was laid off last Friday. Four reporters, two office managers, two advertising representatives, one art director, one bookkeeper, one associate publisher and one publisher. Since then, the former staff has written 30 stories on the coronavirus, maintained the website, fielded calls for obits and dba’s, and sold enough ads to […]
Easy Reader returns to volunteer routes and free newsstand distribution and expanded website news
Easy Reader newspaper can be found at business and news racks listed below, throughout Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach and El Segundo. It will not be home delivered throughout the duration of the coronavirus crisis.
The Hermosa Beach Strand and the city’s beach will be closed to the public, beginning at 6 a.m. Saturday. “We don’t want to be the next hotspot,” Mayor Mary Campbell. She did not know if surfing and swimming will be allowed.
16 of the 65 guests who attended a 70th birthday party for former Rancho Palos Verdes Councilwoman Susan Brooks at Trump National Golf Course Los Angeles on March 8 reported being ill in the following days. Brooks tested positive for the coronavirus, as did two male guess who were hospitalized because they required ventilators. It is not known how many were ill with the novel coronavirus because not all have been able to get tested.
Hermosa residents saves beach volleyball nets from being hauled off in County pick-up trucks.
“Do you know the only thing worse than owning an Irish tavern on Saint Patrick’s Day when the government has ordered all the tavern’s closed? It’s owning 16 Irish taverns,” he said.
Individuals who fear they may have the novel coronavirus can be examined in their home by a board certified nurse practitioner from Providence Little Company of Mary Hospital. The exams are offered online at Virtual.Providence.Org.
Among the most visible signs in the South Bay of the anticipated surge in COVID-19 cases are large white tents outside the emergency departments at Providence Little Company of Mary, Providence San Pedro, and Torrance Memorial Medical Center. Little Company of Mary has two tents.
Three patients who visited Torrance Memorial Medical Center in Torrance have tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the medical center said in a press release on Tuesday.
Map of corona cases in Los Angeles County