LA County Releases Plan To Transfer Bruce's Beach To Legal HeirsLos Angeles County has released a detailed plan for returning a parcel of oceanfront Manhattan Beach property to descendants of a Black family evicted from the property decades ago.
Worker Shortages Impacting Businesses Across Southland And NationwideBusiness owners are trying to recruit employees as some workers have decided they will not work until wages are higher.
State Senate Passes Bill To Return Bruce's Beach To Owners' DescendantsThe California State Senate Wednesday unanimously approved a bill to return a valuable parcel of oceanfront property in Manhattan Beach to the descendants of a Black couple who once operated a resort there.
'Wanted To Brighten Someone's Day': Cerritos Couple Hides Cash In Diaper Boxes, Formula At 3 SoCal Target StoresDuhaney went to Target stores in Manhattan Beach, Carson, and Signal Hill to hide cash in boxes of diapers and under the lids of formula. Altogether, Duhaney and her husband, Patrick, hid about $1,000 in cash.
Bruce's Beach A Step Closer To Being Returned To Owners' DescendantsA bill that would allow for the return of a stretch of beachfront property known as Bruce's Beach to the descendants of Willa and Charles Bruce Tuesday cleared another hurdle.
LA County Supervisors Vote To Return Bruce's Beach To Owners' DescendantsThe Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Tuesday voted unanimously to return Bruce's Beach, a parcel of oceanfront property along the sandy shores of Manhattan Beach seized from a Black couple nearly a century ago, to descendants of the couple.
LA County Seeks To Return Bruce’s Beach Property Which Was Seized From Black FamilyA stretch of beachfront property in Manhattan Beach that was wrongfully seized from a Black family about 91-years-ago could soon be returned to them.
Hundreds Of Students In Glendale, Manhattan Beach, Long Beach Returning To Campus MondaySeveral school districts in Los Angeles County, including Long Beach Unified, Manhattan Beach Unified, Glendale Unified and Downey Unified, are welcoming back hundreds of students to in-person learning Monday.
Manhattan Beach Police Officer Charged With Sending Sexually Explicit Messages To Teenage GirlJohn Cheatham, 33, was charged on Feb. 25 with two felony counts of contacting a minor for a sexual offense and a misdemeanor count of annoying or molesting a child.
Handmade Quilts Presented To Vietnam Veterans In Manhattan BeachHandmade “American hero quilts” were handed out to the members of the Vietnam War Veterans of America on Tuesday. The special show of appreciation was organized by retired Lt. Col. Dan Massey.
Manhattan Beach Turns Busy Traffic Area Into Restaurant Zone To Help Businesses ThriveThe city shut down the street from Manhattan Beach Boulevard to 12 Street, beginning Friday to allow for additional social distancing and safe outdoor dining at its restaurants.
El Segundo Chevron Refinery Cited For Hydrogen Sulfide Release Into AirThe Chevron Refinery in El Segundo is suspected of releasing hydrogen sulfide resulting in "odors impacting the public." The refinery was issued a violation by the South Coast Air Quality Management District for the incident, the agency announced Thursday.
Manhattan Beach Closing Major Street To Give Restaurants Outdoor Dining SpaceBeginning Feb. 12, Manhattan Avenue will be closed to vehicles between Manhattan Beach Boulevard and 12th Street.
Snowball Fight Breaks Out In Manhattan Beach After Winter Storm Covers Sand In Hail, IceThe morning started out with a rainbow overhead, usually a sign that the storm has passed, but Mother Nature had much more in store as rain and hail pelted the beach town shortly after.
Manhattan Beach COVID Cases Nearly Double Since NovemberCity officials with Manhattan Beach ordered tables and chairs removed from public areas and restaurants late Sunday, after COVID-19 cases in the city nearly doubled in the last two months.