Kevin Cody

King Harbor Boat Parade attracts record number of entries

King Harbor Boat Parade attracts record number of entries

The theme for the 26th Annual King Harbor Boat Parade was “Deck the Hulls with Love.” So it was fitting that Saturday evening’s grand marshall was Torrance resident Ted Lange, better known as Isaac the bartender on the long running (1977-1987) television show “The Love Boat.”

 Mark McDermott

Beach holidays – Manhattan Beach Pier Lighting

Beach holidays – Manhattan Beach Pier Lighting

An annual tradition grows more grand

 Ryan McDonald

Beach music – Pennywise Lights It Up

Beach music – Pennywise Lights It Up

for California fire victims

 Special Contributor

Beach sports – Opening day South Bay

Beach sports – Opening day South Bay

So far, so good

 Judy Rae

Beach business – Gelson’s Thanks Manhattan

Beach business – Gelson’s Thanks Manhattan

with gifts to local charities

 Judy Rae

Beach sports – KHYC sailors win J/70

Beach sports – KHYC sailors win J/70

Youth Championship

 Judy Rae

Beach science – Born in Redondo

Beach science – Born in Redondo

Until recently, the location of Giant Sea Bass nurseries was a mystery

 Ryan McDonald

Beach business – Heads, they win

Beach business – Heads, they win

South Bay’s S1 Helmet Co. helps riders keep moving

 Kevin Cody

Beach sports – Jordan, Scott, Lambert

Beach sports – Jordan, Scott, Lambert

inducted in 2018 Volleyball Hall of Fame

 Kevin Cody

Beach history – Hermosa Historical Society

Beach history – Hermosa Historical Society

“Dances into the future”

 Kevin Cody

El Porto delivers perfect conditions for SB Boardriders/Jack’s Surf contest

El Porto delivers perfect conditions for SB Boardriders/Jack’s Surf contest

Former U.S. surfing champion Mike Purpus said the season opening South Bay Boardriders/Jack’s Surf contest “looked like Rincon, on a good day.” Purpus has been known to exaggerate, but he wasn’t on Saturday at 45th Street in Manhattan Beach.

 David Mendez

Compromise in election finance reform

by David Mendez The Redondo Beach City Council moved forward with its plan to institute political campaign financing reform, modifying its most recently approved plan in a show of compromise, with less than three months until the city’s 2019 municipal elections. However, this most recent attempt lost support of one council member, passing with only […]

 David Mendez

Redondo PD, Target, help families shop

Redondo PD, Target, help families shop

by David Mendez As 9-year-old Saúl wandered the toy aisles of Target with officers from the Redondo Beach Police Department, he thoughtfully eyed the Hot Wheels track already in his cart. After a few moments, he asked the officers if he could put the track back. “I’m getting something for my sister,” Saúl said, smiling. […]

 Ryan McDonald

Couple hosts holiday parties for foster youth

Couple hosts holiday parties for foster youth

by Ryan McDonald A young boy approached Peninsula resident Jan Teague at a holiday party she and her husband Ian threw at the Torrance Salvation Army on Saturday afternoon, eyes wide. “This little guy came up to me and he said, ‘Is all that food for us?’ And when I told him yes, he looks […]

 Ryan McDonald

Hermosa seeks ‘resilience’ grants

Hermosa seeks ‘resilience’ grants

by Ryan McDonald Hermosa Beach will seek up to $250,000 in grants from the California Department of Transportation to help the city with infrastructure projects that may better prepare it for impacts associated with climate change and rising sea levels. If awarded, CalTrans’ Adaptation Planning Grants would provide funds for two projects that have already […]

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