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About one in three residents in some more affluent South Bay communities have received coronavirus vaccinations, compared to less than 10% of those in such working-class communities as Lawndale, Lennox and Wilmington, the latest county figures show.

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You can once again “Eat at Joes.”The popular Redondo Beach diner, which defied countywide health orders in December, opens for breakfast Saturday, Jan. 30, at 6 a.m. and owner Alex Jordan is banking on a brisk reopening to stay in business.Jordan, by phone on Friday, said he waited for the t…

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Redondo Beach voters will go to the polls on March 2 to decide whether to reelect Mayor Bill Brand or go with one of his three challengers. The city has a slate of other local races as well, including for school board. In this 2016 file photo, a man walks toward the City Council chambers at …

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Santa Claus spread his cheer through the Torrance streets with "ho ho ho's" and "Merry Christmases," pausing only to pass out candy canes to neighborhood children. The jolly man wasn't atop the vessel the city's residents are used to, but it warmed hearts just the same.

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Redondo Beach residents will have a lot of decisions to make in a few months, as they vote on whether to reelect Mayor Bill Brand and three City Council incumbents.

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Traditionally, Manhattan Beach's Metlox Plaza and Hermosa Beach's Pier Plaza draw large crowds in early December each year, with folks gathering to witness the lighting of a giant menorah as part of the eight-day celebration of Hanukkah.

A silver, 8-foot-high monolith mysteriously — and briefly — appeared near Torrance Beach this week, an apparent contribution to the monument meme circulating worldwide ever since wildlife biologists spotted one last month in a remote area of Utah while conducting a survey of bighorn sheep by…

Cancer Support Community Redondo Beach was built on in-person, emotional and social support for cancer patients and their families, but the coronavirus pandemic not only shut down its networking groups and other activities, it also forced the nonprofit to cancel its two major fundraising eve…