The City Council said Tuesday that no alcohol will be allowed at the Six-Man tournament this year and local teams will be hit on entrance fees that will likely increase from $600 to between $1,200 and $1,600 to cover the cost of enhanced enforcement.
The city will go out to bid on its $25 million waste hauling contract.
Volunteers and Organizations Improving the Community’s Environments (VOICE) will host an Earth Day Celebration and Concert April 17 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m at Polliwog Park. Musical guests will include Dave Kinnoin, Jeremy Buck and the Bang and The Police Experience. The event will inlcude a recycling drive where residents can drop off clean and lightly worn clothes, […]
A motorist with six outstanding warrants led police on a high speed chase through the city that ended in a car accident last week. Driver Vincent Olivadoti, 23, was already wanted for a list of felonies — including burglary, identity theft, narcotic violations and vandalism — when he attempted to outrun authorities, according to Manhattan […]
Classmates gathered at Dockweiller Beach on Monday night to mourn the passing of popular Mira Costa junior Darius Smith.
CORE president Bill Hory (left) leads dune exercise supporters down The Strand to the sand dune during a rally Sunday. Photo by Brent Broza (Brozaphoto.com) Protesters against banning exercise on the sand dune showed their numbers Sunday at a “Free the Dune” rally put on by Citizens for Outdoor Exercise and Recreation (CORE). The group […]
Manhattan Beach Police detectives arrested a burglary parolee and his wife last Wednesday for allegedly stealing bikes and strollers throughout the South Bay. Police recovered three motorized scooters, 23 bikes, and 16 strollers from the Westchester home of Anthony Taraszka, 33, and Michelle Thompson, 31, according to MBPD Det. Sgt. Brian Brown. “All the property […]
Manhattan Beach students who live in Los Angeles will not be allowed to return to their Manhattan schools next year. The Los Angeles Unified School District announced last month that it will no longer release students living within its bounds to other districts.
Meadows Elementary fifth-grade teacher Chris Miko is one of 40 educators, chosen from among 2,000 applicants nationwide, to receive a National Aeronautics and Space Administration fellowship this year. He is also one of 19 teachers in the Manhattan Beach Unified School District who was pink-slipped last Wednesday.
A man in a pickup truck exposed himself to a lone woman walking near an elementary school last Friday, while a male passenger in his vehicle watched. The two men pulled up to the victim, a nurse at Grand View Elementary School, at 10:30 a.m. on Grandview Ave. near 24th St. The driver remained in […]