Temporary lane closures on Pier Avenue were approved by the Hermosa Beach City Council at its Tuesday meeting to facilitate foot traffic and outdoor dining and retail options during the coronavirus pandemic.

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There is concern that a city iPad has been hacked, so at its Aug. 25 meeting, the Hermosa Beach City Council authorized the mayor to issue subpoenas to Apple Inc. to help verity if a city-issued iPad has been compromised.

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Electric bikes help you go farther, faster and explore with ease and have gained in popularity in recent years and even more so this summer, as people are left during the coronavirus shutdowns with fewer options for entertainment and exercise.

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When the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health put tight restrictions on farmers markets because of the coronavirus in March, the little Hermosa Beach Friday market, managed by the Hermosa Beach Rotary Club, was hit especially hard.

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The South Bay’s beach cities collectively experienced almost no change in the number of people who were homeless in 2020 compared to last year, according to city-specific data the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority released on Thursday, July 30.

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Nearly 30 restaurants and businesses have received a temporary permit for outdoor retail dining and sales in Hermosa Beach, which according to one eatery helped business following the suspension of in-door dinning for a minimum of three weeks by state officials early last week.

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Retired Hermosa Beach Police Department narcotics K-9, Keef, a black Labrador retriever, died June 8 after nearly three years of retirement.

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About 300 people—residents, students and public officials—gathered in Hermosa Beach's iconic Pier Plaza on Tuesday, June 9, to honor the life of George Floyd and other black people who have lost their lives to police violence.

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Eduardo “Eddie” Sarmiento, who has been serving as Lynwood’s deputy city clerk, will become Hermosa Beach’s first city clerk appointed under ballot Measure CC on May 21.

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Downtown Hermosa Business Association in partnership with the Hermosa Beach Chamber of Commerce, Truly Hermosa and the HermosaOne.com platform, is hosting a city-wide Hermosa Beach Virtual Sidewalk Sale May 1 to 3, which will feature more than 100 Hermosa retailers and restaurants with onlin…

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In light of L.A. County Public Health department orders keeping non-essential businesses, city facilities, beaches and the Strand closed until at least May 15, the City of Hermosa Beach invites residents to a virtual Town Hall meeting, Thursday, April 30, at 6 p.m., to receive updates and di…

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There is concern that a city iPad has been hacked, so at its Aug. 25 meeting, the Hermosa Beach City Council authorized the mayor to issue subpoenas to Apple Inc. to help verity if a city-issued iPad has been compromised.

  • Updated

Electric bikes help you go farther, faster and explore with ease and have gained in popularity in recent years and even more so this summer, as people are left during the coronavirus shutdowns with fewer options for entertainment and exercise.

  • Updated

When the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health put tight restrictions on farmers markets because of the coronavirus in March, the little Hermosa Beach Friday market, managed by the Hermosa Beach Rotary Club, was hit especially hard.

  • Updated

The South Bay’s beach cities collectively experienced almost no change in the number of people who were homeless in 2020 compared to last year, according to city-specific data the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority released on Thursday, July 30.

  • Updated

Nearly 30 restaurants and businesses have received a temporary permit for outdoor retail dining and sales in Hermosa Beach, which according to one eatery helped business following the suspension of in-door dinning for a minimum of three weeks by state officials early last week.

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Retired Hermosa Beach Police Department narcotics K-9, Keef, a black Labrador retriever, died June 8 after nearly three years of retirement.

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About 300 people—residents, students and public officials—gathered in Hermosa Beach's iconic Pier Plaza on Tuesday, June 9, to honor the life of George Floyd and other black people who have lost their lives to police violence.

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Eduardo “Eddie” Sarmiento, who has been serving as Lynwood’s deputy city clerk, will become Hermosa Beach’s first city clerk appointed under ballot Measure CC on May 21.

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Downtown Hermosa Business Association in partnership with the Hermosa Beach Chamber of Commerce, Truly Hermosa and the HermosaOne.com platform, is hosting a city-wide Hermosa Beach Virtual Sidewalk Sale May 1 to 3, which will feature more than 100 Hermosa retailers and restaurants with onlin…

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In light of L.A. County Public Health department orders keeping non-essential businesses, city facilities, beaches and the Strand closed until at least May 15, the City of Hermosa Beach invites residents to a virtual Town Hall meeting, Thursday, April 30, at 6 p.m., to receive updates and di…

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With public health officials escalating their stay at home orders this week to urge people to avoid even grocery shopping, the City of Hermosa Beach announced it will close City parks on Easter Sunday, April 12, to prevent gatherings that could increase the spread of COVID-19.