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Brian Wilson, Bob Weir, Willie Nelson to headline Redondo’s BeachLife Festival
 January 14, 2019  David Mendez

Brian Wilson, Bob Weir, Willie Nelson to headline Redondo’s BeachLife Festival

by David Mendez Music legends Brian Wilson, Bob Weir and Willie Nelson will lead an eclectic selection of bands in King Harbor for Redondo Beach’s…

Driver dies in fiery crash on Aviation Boulevard
 January 12, 2019  David Mendez

Driver dies in fiery crash on Aviation Boulevard

A man died in Redondo Beach Saturday morning after his SUV crashed and caught fire on Aviation Boulevard.…

 January 12, 2019  Mark McDermott

Seven candidates compete for two seats on City Council

by Mark McDermott Seven candidates have filed papers to compete for two City Council seats in the March 5 Election. Among the candidates are two…

Upstairs outdoor dining guidelines okayed
 January 12, 2019  Mark McDermott

Upstairs outdoor dining guidelines okayed

by Mark McDermott The City Council last week approved new guidelines intended to restrict second-story outdoor dining downtown. Though not yet formalized, at the council’s…

 Ryan McDonald

Council tackles rules for wireless

Council tackles rules for wireless

by Ryan McDonald Hermosa’s City Council advanced rules governing wireless communication facilities Tuesday night, attempting to keep up with rapid technological change and an evolving regulatory landscape. The council expressed unanimous support for a series of changes to the Hermosa Beach municipal code concerning the placement of the facilities in the public right of way. […]

 Ryan McDonald

MAN OF THE YEAR

MAN OF THE YEAR

Barks is former mayor, Sister City prez by Ryan McDonald People kept telling George Barks that the city needed him. It was the early 1970s, and Barks kept hearing from residents about hot-button property rights issues. They thought his pro-business attitude was what the city needed, and urged him to run for City Council. But […]

 David Mendez

City on top of piling repairs

City on top of piling repairs

by David Mendez A pair of broken piles at the Redondo Pier is being repaired shortly after a video surfaced on social media showing one separated from its base. But according to city officials, the piles have been tagged for repair since a review by a city contractor in mid-December. On New Year’s Eve, Redondo […]

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