• Beach Reporter
    All fields and blacktops within the Manhattan Beach Unified School District are closed to the public as of Monday, March 30, Superintendent Mike Matthews wrote in an email to parents and staff. "While part of the reason is that we have continued to witness people who were not observing social distancing practices – and, as a result ...
  • Beach Reporter
    Professional black men shared life skills, college and career advice, and how to overcome the adversity, particularly race-related, with about 60 male students from the Centinela Valley Union and Compton Unified high school districts, and Manhattan Beach’s Mira Costa High last week in El Segundo. Law enforcement officers, aeronautical ...
  • Beach Reporter
    The number of positive COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles County on Monday rose to 2,474. In the South Bay, Torrance had 43 confirmed cases, Redondo Beach had 34, Manhattan Beach had 31 and Hermosa Beach had seven. The outbreak at Kensington, meanwhile, has also spooked the surrounding neighborhood — though officials remain adamant that there is ...
  • Beach Reporter
    A fourth grade class at Pacific Elementary in Manhattan Beach spent some of their school day at the Roundhouse Aquarium Teaching Center earlier this week, and it was all because of one pupil’s ...
  • Los Angeles Times on MSN.com
    The next day, law enforcement in Manhattan Beach fined a surfer $1,000 after he ignored orders to stay out of the water in defiance of Los Angeles County’s beach closure. The Los Angeles Police Department has denied that officers have been conducting vehicle stops and putting up checkpoints to enforce the order in response to contradicting ...
  • SFGate
    Can't get to your gym or favorite boutique fitness studio? Get your fitness on at home. Any well-appointed home gym should have these essentials.
  • Daily Breeze
    The Kensingto facility, in Redondo Beach, is one of 11 nursing homes in Los Angeles County with institutional outbreak of the new coronavirus, public health offic
  • Biloxi Sun Herald
    LOS ANGELES (AP) - is recruiting thousands of retired health care workers along with medical and nursing students to help staff emergency hospitals at sites that could include the Los Angeles Coliseum and other sports arenas to handle the anticipated flood of coronavirus patients,
  • The state of California is calling on a wide range of medical professionals, including retirees and medical students, to help the state treat new coronavirus patients through a new program, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday.
  • Angelenos for the most part adhered to the county's order over the weekend to stay off beaches and nature trails to slow the spread of the virus. One exception occurred Saturday in Manhattan Beach, where a surfer who refused to exit the water when prompted by lifeguards was given a citation. Manhattan Beach Police Sgt. Justin Hidalgo said the ...
  • There are 2,481 confirmed cases of the new coronavirus in Los Angeles County as of Monday. (Shutterstock) LOS ANGELES, CA — There are now 2,481 confirmed cases of the new coronavirus in Los Angeles County and 44 deaths, according to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Monday. Current health orders prohibit any public or private ...
  • This chart shows the cumulative number of cases per state by number of days since the 10th case. Source: The COVID Tracking Project Credit: Amy O’Kruk/NBC A surfer in Manhattan Beach south of Los Angeles was issued a citation that could carry at $1,000 fine for violating orders to stay off the beach. To help prepare for a wave of patients ...
  • Los Angeles Times Crime in Los Angeles has fallen sharply in March, with robberies down 22% and aggravated assaults down 11% from the same time last year. Los Angeles Times A Manhattan Beach surfer received a $1,000 citation after he ignored numerous warnings by police and lifeguards and went into the water, police said. “It was just that one ...
  • Daily Breeze
    Monsignor John Barry checked into Little Company of Mary hospital, he wrote on Facebook, “so they can keep a closer eye on me.”
  • Los Angeles County is frantically setting up field hospitals and homeless shelters in an effort to stay ahead of the coronavirus.

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