Word on the Street: Hadley wants schools open to military, Lieu addresses climate change, Baseball Academy celebrates fifth year
Hadley gives wings to Air Force kids South Bay Assemblyman David Hadley (66th District) has introduced Assembly Bill 306, which would allow Los Angeles Air Force Base personnel, as well as active duty military families at other California military bases, to send their kids to the elementary and high school schools of the choices. Currently, military […]
Word on the Street: Paolucci, Salling, Martin rebrand selves, Three 25 Coffee cools walkers, dash of Kardashian in Hermosa
Paolucci, Salling, Martin rebrand, reland, Three 25 coffee roasts in Redondo, LaserAway in Hermosa.
Redondo hotel reopens, Copy Shop moves, Yorktown’s New York roots
Word on the street: Manhattan Village’s new wave, new and old political money, Proud Bird soars again
Manhattan Village gets a new wave sculpture, candidate fundraising begins for 2016, Proud Bird to soar again….
A State Lands Commission finding may reduce Hermosa Beach’s potential oil drilling proceeds by approximately 20 percent.
Neighborhood Grinds coffee shop on Artesia Boulevard was, by many customer accounts, busy and thriving. So it surprised locals last week, when they made their regular swing by the North Redondo spot, to find the shop’s doors locked and an eviction notice on the window.
Kings announcer and former player Daryl Evans accepted the El Segundo Champion of Business award last Wednesday, on behalf of the 2013 Stanley Cup Champions, who train at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo.
Hermosa Beach Chamber of Commerce CEO Maureen Hunt announced her retirement last week. CPA Kimberlee MacMullan has been appointed interim CEO.
A 100-room hotel proposal for 11th Street in downtown Hermosa Beach will be reviewed by the city council at its Tuesday, September 9 meeting. The proposed, block-long site is currently occupied by a three story apartment house, with Burritos Brothers Mexican restaurant on the ground floor, an adjoining parking lot and several, neighboring single family office buildings.
This is the gym’s second location
Developments begun in 2007 and derailed by the 2008 recession are back on track
Oil drilling and council elections in Hermosa and zoning in downtown Manhattan Beach were among the topics discussed last week during the Talk About LA Round Table at The Lounge in Hermosa Beach. The panelist were former Manhattan Mayor Bob Holmes, former Hermosa Mayor Michael Keegan, Easy Reader publisher Kevin Cody and community activist Gerry O’Connor. […]
Palos Verdes High running coach and 1988 Olympian Jeff Atkinson is hoping to make foot travel more comfortable this holiday season with his Shaggo Grom Skateboard. Atkinson launched a KickStarter.com campaign last week with a goal of $15,000 to manufacture and ship 600 Shaggo Groms this holiday season. On Monday, he had surpassed the halfway […]
Changing the name of Sepulveda Boulevard to Pacific Coast Highway was one of the less ambitious goals outlined by Manhattan Beach Chamber of Commerce CEO James O’Callaghan Wednesday morning at a Joselyn Center meeting for new members. Changing downtown zoning to favor businesses that generate sales taxes over businesses that don’t was one of the […]
“The number one demand among new Manhattan Beach home buyers is ‘walk to town,’” Northwest Realtor David Salzman told the roughly 200 attendees at the Manhattan Beach Chamber’s economic forum Friday morning at the Manhattan Beach Marriott. “People don’t want to use their cars,” Salzman said. “Proximity to the beach is critical for some, but […]