by Rachel Reeves The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has identified the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center as a potential location for distributing COVID-19 vaccines, first to healthcare practitioners in Los Angeles and ultimately to the general public. Depending on how negotiations between the city and county pan out, the MPOD (Medical Point […]
All Ball Sports: Lasorda, and the Linguine and Baseball Club; Goff in from the cold; Coach Feather credited
Tony Capozzola had some baseball advice for Tommy Lasorda during what started as a friendly lunch. Lasorda didn’t agree with it — and didn’t want to hear it. The lunch went downhill from there.
by Ryan McDonald Minutes after President Donald Trump concluded the “Save America” rally last Wednesday by instructing the thousands of people gathered on the Ellipse, a park south of the White House, to “walk down Pennsylvania Avenue” to the U.S. Capitol, Rep. Ted Lieu heard a loud, persistent banging on the door of his office […]
Hermosa Beach Police donate blood in battle against the pandemic
There is a silver lining to the COVID-19 surge. But only a clinical trials researcher can appreciate it. The surge speeds up the results.
by Mark McDermott The City of Manhattan Beach on Sunday closed the outdoor dining decks it had taken over from restaurants in early December as a way to help the struggling local dining industry evade Los Angeles County health order restrictions and attract some semblance of business. The closure was announced late Saturday night […]
by Ryan McDonald Jason Johnson became Superintendent of the Hermosa Beach City School District on July 1, as coronavirus caseloads were increasing in California’s second wave, and spring hopes of a fall return to in-person instruction were looking increasingly unlikely. The pressure over the return to campuses has not abated for Johnson, a product of […]