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

  • CRN
    Hammerspace, a developer of global file system technology to universally deliver software-defined storage services for data on any infrastructure or cloud, Monday unveiled its Global Data Environment,
  • KTLA
    Residents of Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach and Hermosa Beach are working with local artists to push back against all forms of hate. South Bay Sidewalk Chalk Against Hate encourages people to help
  • City-Data
    According to our research of California and other state lists, there were 6 registered sex offenders living in Hermosa Beach, California as of November 13, 2021. The ratio of all residents to sex offenders in Hermosa Beach is 3,
  • Easy Reader
    The Beach Cities Health District, in partnership with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, and the South Bay Consortium for School Vaccines, began offering Pfizer-BioNTech
  • The Union Democrat
    Adventist Health Sonora is funding and promoting an initiative called the Blue Zones Project in Tuolumne County, but what is it and what will it do?
  • Easy Reader
    Dan Blackburn A controversial stormwater capture project under the Hermosa Beach Greenbelt in south Hermosa has been scrapped, but a smaller, unrelated “porous pavement” drainage system is
  • Daily Breeze
    City halls were closed, but officials throughout the South Bay were out in force on Veterans Day to honor those who served in the military. In Redondo Beach, a Thursday afternoon, Nov. 11, ceremony brought city leaders,
  • Icon Vs Icon
    Jim Lindberg is stepping into the spotlight in this week’s episode of the Sailor Jerry podcast. The legendary laid-back frontman of SoCal punk rock lifers Pennywise settles in with host Matt Caughthran to discuss the band’s unbelievable 30+ year career.
  • Los Angeles Daily News
    Veterans Day was originally known as Armistice Day and commemorated the end of fighting in 1918 on the Western Front in Europe between the Allies and Germany. The Armistice of Compiègne was signed earlier in the morning but many people remember from a history lesson that “at the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month” the armistice went into effect and — more or less — ended World War I.
  • Argus Courier
    Our goal is to bring people together through our music and share some good times while doing so,” vocalist Dan Kelly says.
  • Easy Reader
    The Mira Costa Jazz Combo has been invoking the spirit of West Coast Jazz at Pedone’s Pizza and Hermosa Brewing weekday evenings, around the corner from the Lighthouse Jazz Cafe, where West Coast
  • Los Angeles Daily News
    Topping the list was Los Angeles County with 21 “priciest” ZIPs. No. 4 Orange County had nine ZIPs on the list.

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