Curated, Global, Hometown News for the City and Citizens of Hermosa Beach

  • Sportsnet
    Any lingering hope Sarah Pavan had about competing on this season’s professional beach volleyball circuit was crushed the day city workers came to cut down the nets on Hermosa Beach. Canada’s reigning world champion, with partner Melissa Humana-Parades, lives in the beachfront city just south of Los Angeles. Nets were taken down Saturday to ...
  • NBC Los Angeles
    The beach in Hermosa Beach and beachfront walkway, the Strand, will be closed at 6 a.m. Saturday in an attempt to stop gatherings that could increase the spread of the coronavirus, city manager Suja Lowenthal said Wednesday. "We understand the desire to be outside and in nature is more powerful than ever and being out in nature is permitted if ...
  • Beach Reporter
    Hermosa Beach will close to the public its 2-mile long beach and popular adjacent walkway, the Strand, beginning Saturday, March 28, city officials announced Wednesday, March 25. The city will ...
  • Easy Reader
    ER Feb. 27, 2020). Friends, family and cast mates want to be supportive so they give you positive feedback. Nobody ever says, “Well to be […]… The Hermosa Beach Strand and the city’s beach will be closed to the public, beginning at 6 a.m. Saturday. City Manager Suja Lowenthal made the decision under the emergency powers granted her by a ...
  • MyNewsLA
    The closure came after the pier was crowded with visitors last weekend, Myerhoff said. Additionally, the beach in Hermosa Beach and beachfront walkway, the Strand, will be closed at 6 a.m. Saturday in an attempt to stop gatherings that could increase the spread of the coronavirus, according to city manager Suja Lowenthal. Hermosa Beach’s ...
  • Beach Reporter
    Hermosa Beach City put out a statement last night stating there were too many people on the Strand Sunday. I know this is new for everyone and it will take some adjustments but I didn’t see any enforcement. How are the visitors and residents supposed to know how many people is too many? Rather than shut down an entire beach/Strand why not use ...
  • Pasadena Now
    The closure came after the pier was crowded with visitors last weekend, Myerhoff said. Additionally, the beach in Hermosa Beach and beachfront walkway, the Strand, will be closed at 6 a.m. Saturday in an attempt to stop gatherings that could increase the spread of the coronavirus, according to city manager Suja Lowenthal. Hermosa Beach’s ...
  • MyNewsLA
    The beach in Hermosa Beach and beachfront walkway, the Strand, will be closed at 6 a.m. Saturday in an attempt to stop gatherings that could increase the spread of the coronavirus, city manager Suja Lowenthal said Wednesday. “We understand the desire to be outside and in nature is more powerful than ever and being out in nature is permitted ...
  • Easy Reader
    Easy Reader newspaper can be found at business and news racks throughout Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach and El Segundo. It will not be home delivered throughout the duration of the coronavirus crisis. … Hermosa Beach to close Strand, Beach on Saturday. ‘We don’t want to be next hotspot,” mayor says The Hermosa Beach ...
  • Los Angeles Times on MSN.com
    A County Parks spokesperson said the department’s website would soon be updated to reflect the changes. In Hermosa Beach, city officials said they will close the beach and beachfront walkway (The Strand) beginning at 6 a.m. Saturday. Officials said they made the move to “prevent a repetition of last weekend, when groups of people ...
  • Santa Monica Observed
    Hermosa Beach announced that it will follow the lead of cities such as Los Angeles and Santa Monica, and close beaches and beach parking lots to the public. Like other West Coast urban areas, authorities have struggled to convince people, young people especially, not to gather in groups or socialize in public areas designed for them to do ...
  • CBS Los Angeles on MSN.com
    Starting 6 a.m. Saturday morning, Hermosa Beach will shut down The Strand and the beach, according to CBSLA’s Lisa Hillary. The closure marks the first of its kind in Los Angeles County. — Lisa Hillary (@LisaHillaryTV) March 25,

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