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

  • The Real Deal
    In Redondo Beach, a $500 million “healthy living” campus project from Beach Cities Health District is getting significantly scaled back following local opposition.
  • Easy Reader
    Hermosa Beach leaders agreed at Tuesday’s city council meeting to write a letter to Los Angeles County and the State of California officials, advocating resumption of some youth and adult recreational league activities. Brandy Villanueva, the city’s ...
  • Easy Reader
    Dan Blackburn A month after Hermosa Beach City Manager Suja Lowenthal was granted a four percent raise, Lowenthal has hired an assistant whose base annual pay will be $137,369.
  • Easy Reader
    Ongoing Health Study The Beach Cities Health District is seeking participants for a Healthy Minds Brain Study. Participants must be 55 or older and live in Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach or
  • YAHOO!News
    Writing about dining culture remains a seesaw of questions and emotions: Will spring break travel thwart our recent decline in COVID-related cases and deaths? Could the return of indoor dining endanger workers or the families of workers who don’t yet have access to vaccines?
  • Easy Reader
    Hermosa Beach City School District students will begin returning to full day, in person classes at the new Hermosa Vista School on April 12, beginning with transitional through second grade. The announcement was made by HBCSD Superintendent Jason Johnson ...
  • Beach Reporter
    The Beach Reporter is delivered weekly on Thursday to homes and multiple copies to businesses in Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach and El Segundo plus newsstand circulation in each city.
  • Beach Reporter
    “There’s always room for improvement." Rittenhouse, meanwhile, said outdoor dining has been a bonus for Hermosa Beach. “I really think the outdoor dining has enhanced the vibrancy and zest ...
  • Winsight Grocery Business
    Professionally it was heartbreaking,” David Schaefer says of the beginning of the pandemic.. “People were in a panic looking for
  • Beach Reporter
    A large sum of money was found in December, and turned in to Hermosa Beach police for safekeeping. As of March 18, the owner has not been located. In order to recover the money, the owner is ...
  • Beach Reporter
    But with the re-opening of indoor dining at downtown restaurants, the Hermosa Beach Police Department (HBPD) had to resume its practice of devoting more police resources to Pier Plaza. On St ...
  • YAHOO!News
    Take the case of the two lacrosse players from Los Angeles Loyola High, Henry Kupiec and Hudson O’Hanlon, who co-founded a grocery delivery service, “Groceries for Good” last April to help neighbors who did not want to leave their homes when the coronavirus pandemic first struck Southern California.

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