Redondo Beach Police Captain Jon Naylor said he always knew the bonds between police officers were tight — but never as much so as when his daughter, 11-year-old Cait, was diagnosed last October with an aggressive form of cancer.
The musical lineup the BeachLife Festival, the South Bay’s biggest beach party has been announced, and the celebration of beach culture will include reggae, rock, funky tunes and even a set of Queen songs.
Children flew down slides, climbed rope ladders and explored the nautical-themed new playground equipment at Veterans Park this week as Redondo Beach officials celebrated the re-opening Tuesday of one of the city’s most popular seaside attractions for kids and families.
Bicyclists, drivers and pedestrians throughout Redondo Beach are encouraged to focus on safety habits this Saturday, Jan. 18 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
On a stretch of Sunset Beach where the overfull Huntington Harbour is higher than Pacific Coast Highway, a pump is ready to keep the road from flooding. In Long Beach, seawater has overtaken Bayshore Beach. The water laps against Balboa Island’s recently elevated seawall on Balboa Island and…
King Tides on Friday, Jan. 10 attracted about 30 wave-watchers to The Strand in Manhattan Beach that morning for the Urban Tides Beach Walk, the first in this city.
The benefits of a plant-based diet are the focus of a free film, “Vegan 2019,” and cooking demonstration on Saturday, Jan. 18, at 3 p.m. at the South Bay Adventist Church.
Redondo Beach could soon become the latest in a growing number of cities to outlaw the use of single-use plastic products such as straws and plastic utensils when it considers a prohibition at its next City Council meeting Tuesday, Jan. 7.
For five years, Redondo Beach's David Lombard has kept busy offering free in-home tech help for seniors and refurbishing donated laptops for those who lack computer access.
Danny Gerardi was 8 years old when he first learned about the sprawling old house on Via Monte Doro in Redondo Beach.
The annual King Harbor Holiday Boat Parade lit up the marina Saturday night, Dec. 14, as vessels draped in lights, trees and other holidays decorations circled the harbor.
The Redondo Beach City Council this week unanimously agreed to explore the process of selling a piece of property that’s become the subject of political rancor in recent years.
The majority on the Redondo Beach City Council and Mayor Bill Brand have hit an impasse in recent months over the appointment of commissioners — a fight that continued this week.
Jason Mraz filed a lawsuit this week against beer manufacturer MillerCoors LLC, the maker of Coors Light, for copyright infringement.
When 8-year-old Kate Andi went to see “The Nutcracker Suites” in Lawndale, she was looking for more than just whirling sugarplum fairies and dancing peppermints. She was also looking for symmetry, counterbalance, force — scientific concepts illustrated perfectly through dance.
Salem, Massachusetts is embroiled in witch-hunting hysteria in 1692 when prominent society members are accused of witchcraft in Arthur Miller's play “The Crucible.”
Redondo Beach voters will not decide on a 0.75% sales tax increase in March after Councilmember Nils Nehrenheim single-handedly rejected the matter Tuesday night, Dec. 3.
For nearly 20 years, Redondo Beach Mayor Bill Brand has quietly traveled back and forth from Los Angeles to Sacramento every chance he got to testify in support of closing the AES Redondo Beach power plant.
Three traffic collisions occurred within blocks of each other in North Redondo Beach between July and October. One of them, on Artesia Boulevard at Rindge Lane in July, resulted in the death of a motorcyclist by a motorist arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence.
The Redondo Beach City Council on Tuesday, Dec. 3, will consider placing a measure on the March ballot asking whether the city should increase its sales tax by 0.75 cents, bringing in potentially $8 million annually.
The Redondo Beach Fire Association gave $1,500 to the Cancer Support Community Redondo Beach this week in a brief ceremony at Fire Station No. 1.
The 2020 BeachLife Festival may be six months away, but organizers have revealed part of the lineup for the return of the South Bay’s biggest music festival.
The room is quiet. Fifty or so young people sit on folding metal chairs, their bodies still, all eyes turned to the man on stage.
One day, every year, the Redondo Beach Pier’s scenic octagon lifts its restrictions on skateboarding for the annual King of the Harbor Skateboard Championships.
Redondo Beach this week joined dozens of other California cities in temporarily barring no-fault evictions and excessive rent increases before a similar state law goes into effect Jan. 1.
Southern California will need to make room for another 1.3 million more housing units over the next 10 years, with the coastal cities of Los Angeles and Orange counties the preferred destination rather than inland communities, according to a draft plan approved this week by a regional govern…
Mira Costa High School freshman Alex Holcomb, 15, lit up at the sight of the massive James Webb Space Telescope—a technological marvel that engineers began building before he was born.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors announced Tuesday, Nov. 5, their intent to create a new financing district that would help raise $93 million needed to turn a large part of the 1950s-era AES power plant in Redondo Beach into a regional waterfront park.
A discussion on the life of George Freeth takes place Tuesday, Oct. 29, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., at the Redondo Beach Main Library located at 303 N. Pacific Coast Highway.
Part of King Harbor Marina, in Redondo Beach, will shut down over the weekend to allow Northrop Grumman to move a large object onto a barge.
The Redondo Beach City Council this week took the first steps toward putting a measure on the March election ballot asking voters to approve a half-percent sales tax increase.
In the 14 months since Redondo Beach enacted a ban on leaf blowers, the city has received more than 1,700 complaints and issued just three citations.
Layla Paige Sonnen, born with an incurable brain disorder, died days after her second birthday. Her life was short, but her impact on people around her was immeasurable, her family said.
Hundreds of people shuffled through the Fun Factory on Sunday, Oct. 13, celebrating the end of an era for the Redondo Beach pier — the 47-year-old arcade’s final day.
Two men found dead on Torrance Beach more than a month ago died from accidental drug overdoses, coroner’s officials said.
Redondo Beach will receive $4.8 million to help the city buy a portion of the AES power plant site for wetlands restoration and to create parkland once the generating station is decommissioned in the near future.
The South Bay reaped significant financial rewards from the inaugural BeachLife Festival in Redondo Beach in May, according to a newly released report conducted by a Los Angeles-based consulting firm.
Cancer Support Community-Redondo Beach held its 17th annual Girls Night Out fundraiser last wedk at Comedy & Magic Club and reported net proceeds of $190,000.
Maria Shriver—journalist, author, former First Lady of California and founder of the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement (WAM)—will be speaking at the new Kensington Redondo Beach assisted living community Oct. 10.
More than 100 classic cars lined the Redondo Beach Pier for the 16th Annual Rods, Rides & Relics Car Show on The Pier Sunday, Sept. 29.
Two people were found dead inside a home in Redondo Beach Wednesday, Sept. 25 in what police believe was a murder-suicide, authorities said.
When Nohea Avery first took her daughter Kalea in for therapy sessions at the Cancer Support Community Redondo Beach, she said the 7-year-old was extremely shy, clinging to her and not opening up easily. All that changed when therapist Nancy Lomibao brought in her dog Harley, a Pomeranian-ch…