• KTLA
    Authorities in Manhattan Beach issued 129 citations and shut down four construction projects over the weekend, citing violations related to social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic. The Manhattan Beach City Council passed an ordinance last month requiring residents, visitors and businesses to adhere to certain social-distancing ...
  • Daily Breeze
    The locations where the violations occurred included the Strand, Bruce’s Beach, Ocean Drive and Polliwog Park, George Gabriel, senior management analyst for the city, said Monday via text
  • Patch
    MANHATTAN BEACH, CA — The new coronavirus is having a profound impact on the global economy, and has been particularly damaging to local businesses that depend on foot-traffic and in-person ...
  • KTLA
    Authorities in Manhattan Beach issued 129 citations and shut down four construction projects over the weekend, citing violations related to social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic. The Manhattan Beach City Council passed an ordinance last month requiring residents, visitors and businesses to adhere to certain social-distancing ...
  • As smaller, less-heralded restaurants across the city grapple with new realities, we asked them to share their stories. At his six-seat sushi restaurant in Manhattan Beach, Yasuhiro Hirano — clad in gloves and a cloth face mask — unveiled two wooden boxes filled with cuts of glistening fish: golden-eye snapper, yellowtail, shima aji ...
  • Beach Reporter
    After an initial donation of 4,000 N95 respirator masks to two South Bay hospitals, Skechers is continuing to make an impact on the local coronavirus crisis. The Manhattan Beach-based shoe company announced they have procured an additional 40,000 surgical and KN95 masks for distribution to health-care workers and first responders during the ...
  • Daily Breeze
    After an initial donation of 4,000 N95 respirator masks to two South Bay hospitals, Skechers is continuing to make an impact on the local coronavirus crisis. The Manhattan Beach shoe company announced they have procured 40,000 surgical and KN95 masks for distribution to health-care workers and first responders during the pandemic. The KN95 ...
  • Hermosa Beach named a new police chief of the city, it was announced Monday. Paul LeBaron, a 27-year veteran of the Long Beach Police Department, will begin serving as Hermosa Beach's new top cop on April 16,
  • Patch on MSN.com
    Paul LeBaron, a 27-year veteran of the Long Beach Police Department, will begin serving as Hermosa Beach's new top cop on April 16, City Manager Suja Lowenthal said. LeBaron most recently served as commander of the LBPD's port police division,
  • Beach Reporter
    LeBaron was selected from a field of 38 applicants, which was narrowed to six finalists. A panel composed of McCrary, police chiefs from Redondo Beach and Santa Monica and Manhattan Beach’s city manager interviewed the finalists and recommended LeBaron for the job. After interviews with the city’s executive team and the city manager ...
  • Daily Breeze
    Paul LeBaron, a 27-year veteran of the Long Beach Police Department, will begin serving as Hermosa Beach’s new top cop on April 16, Hermosa Beach City Manager Suja Lowenthal said.
  • Women's Wear Daily
    based facility. “Look at Etsy and Facebook, it’s happening already. I bought some from a guy in Manhattan Beach; they are denim and one has sunflowers.” She is contemplating manufacturing some fashion masks herself, and selling them online, as a gift-with-purchase, or with half the money going back to people in need, which several brands ...
  • Los Angeles Times on MSN.com
    The crackdown against coronavirus scofflaws has escalated, with businesses that refuse to close and people who won't stay out of the water cited.
  • Beach Reporter
    Priya, a Stanford University senior said she was home in Manhattan Beach during spring break “thinking about ways that I can help out to be useful” when the idea for LA Helping Hands was formed.
  • Daily Breeze
    Things will come back, I’m very optimistic.” Some projects are continuing with original construction schedules. Coronavirus crisis may delay layoffs for Manhattan Beach Unified Coronavirus: Immigrants have questions, heightened fears as pandemic takes hold South Bay hospitals prepared for coronavirus surge, but it may not be enough Is ...

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