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. 
'We're Hurting Far More People Than We're Helping': Business Owner Criticizes Manhattan Beach Outdoor Seating BanOnce the clock strikes 10 p.m. on Sunday, outdoor seating in public areas of the city of Manhattan Beach can no longer be occupied.
Manhattan Beach To Close Outdoor Seating Spaces On Public Property Starting January 3The City of Manhattan Beach is closing outdoor seating spaces on public property starting on Sunday to help slow the continued spread of coronavirus.
Beach Volleyball Star, Olympic Gold Medalist Kerri Walsh Jennings Apologizes After Shopping Without MaskBeach volleyball star Kerri Walsh Jennings is under fire Tuesday for not wearing a mask while shopping.
Manhattan Beach Salons, Barbershops Reopen Indoors At 25% Capacity; Schools To Allow Some On-Campus Learning For Specialized ServicesLimited in-door operations of hair salons and barbershops as well as some on-campus operations for schools will resume in Manhattan Beach following Los Angeles County's revised health order.
Angelenos Flock To Beaches As Temperatures Soar, But Not All Follow Face Covering MandatesManhattan Beach police patrolling the oceanfront Friday did not appear to be issuing citations or warnings to those not complying with the order.
No Mask? Prepare To Get A $100 Fine In Manhattan BeachManhattan Beach joins the Los Angeles County cities of West Hollywood, Santa Monica and Beverly Hills in giving out citations to those not wearing masks.
Online Petition Calls For More Visible, Complete Tribute To Bruce's Beach In Manhattan BeachA grassy oceanfront park in Manhattan Beach was renamed Bruce’s Beach in 2006 for the Bruce family, which owned the property and ran it as a safe place for recreation for the Black community. Racism, however, drove them off the property in the 1920s.
Mira Costa High School Graduation Celebration Under Fire For Violating Health OrderPolice officials said they had no plans to cite anyone from the event or any other march, walk or gathering that has taken place in recent weeks.
Manhattan Beach Fire Chief Daryn Drum Fired Over Recent CommentsIt was also announced that police Chief Derrick Abell would temporarily serve as acting fire chief, in addition to his present duties, as he did prior to Drum's hiring in April 2019.