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 September 20, 2018  David Mendez

Redondo Beach About Town

Bids rejected on Transit Center; city to seek new proposals The Redondo Beach City Council rejected all incoming bids to build its new Transit Center…

Traffic concerns in updated North School report
 September 19, 2018  Ryan McDonald

Traffic concerns in updated North School report

by Ryan McDonald   Revised portions of an environmental impact report for the North School project have zeroed in on the traffic and parking impacts…

Exhibit at Hermosa Museum highlights Sandpipers’ 87 years of local philanthropy
 September 19, 2018  Ryan McDonald

Exhibit at Hermosa Museum highlights Sandpipers’ 87 years of local philanthropy

by Ryan McDonald A cord of wood, a few bottles of milk, and a visit to the doctor: each forms part of an entry in…

Hermosa commissioner’s pledge skip prompts dispute on liberties, patriotism
 September 19, 2018  Ryan McDonald

Hermosa commissioner’s pledge skip prompts dispute on liberties, patriotism

by Ryan McDonald For the past several months, Robert Rosenfeld, chair of the Hermosa Beach Parks, Recreation and Community Resources Advisory Commission, has omitted from…

Redondo Beach home damaged in two-alarm fire
 September 16, 2018  David Mendez

Redondo Beach home damaged in two-alarm fire

by David Mendez A Redondo Beach home was severely damaged Friday morning in a two-alarm house fire that saw responses from four different fire departments.…

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‘Street Parking Hermosa’ shows town’s wheels keep on turning

‘Street Parking Hermosa’ shows town’s wheels keep on turning

by Megan Garringer and Ryan McDonald Meet Anne Williams: supermom of two boys, lawyer, photographer, and Hermosa Beach’s very own Instagram superstar. Her account @street_parking_hermosa documents cars found parked on the streets of Hermosa. And while Instagram and YouTube are filled with car-centric accounts, many of them document the exoctic and the pristine. Williams, however, […]

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Center will keep public safety closer to home

Center will keep public safety closer to home

by Ryan McDonald Officials from El Camino College and local public safety agencies gathered last week at the college’s Torrance campus to thank Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi for his help earlier this year in securing $10 million in funding for the creation of the South Bay Public Safety Training Center. Like lawyers and doctors, first responders […]

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Guilty verdict in 2015 oil spill that brought tar balls to South Bay

Guilty verdict in 2015 oil spill that brought  tar balls to South Bay

by Ryan McDonald Plains All American Pipeline, the company behind the 2015 oil spill in Santa Barbara County that washed down the coast and eventually forced a temporary closure of South Bay Beaches, was found guilty on several counts last week following a four-month jury trial. The company was found guilty of failing to maintain […]

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