More than 1,400 people gathered at the Manhattan Beach Country Club Saturday to eat, drink, and merrily raise hundreds of thousand of dollars for Manhattan schools during the 16th Annual Manhattan Beach Education Foundation Wine Auction.
An electronic ankle monitor cleared a parolee of committing one of two strong-armed robberies in Manhattan Beach this month but landed him in jail anyway when he was found to be in violation of his parole.
Police are investigating whether or not a collision between a Hermosa Beach motorcycle patrol officer and a driver he stopped on Artesia Boulevard in Redondo Beach was an accident or an intentional assault.
A federal appeals court last week overturned a lower court’s decision that had prevented the city of Redondo Beach from enforcing the anti-solicitation ordinance used in the arrests of day laborers along Artesia and Manhattan Beach boulevards six years ago.
Redondo Beach city employees are being asked to voluntarily accept a six percent wage reduction for the second year in a row as the City Council attempts to meet a $7 million budget gap.
The moment will be bittersweet when 48-year teacher Jan Stewart leaves her Second Grade classroom on Wednesday to take a retirement package that, she said, was urged upon her repeatedly by the city school district superintendent.
The popular Ragin Cajun Café must find a new location, and that makes owner Stephen Domingue one Cajun who is ragin’. Domingue has guided the restaurant through two expansions during its 18 years on upper Pier Avenue, all the while priding himself on critically acclaimed food, an informal atmosphere and family-friendly tradition. But at the […]