Nick Green, Daily Breeze

Nick Green

Daily Breeze

Torrance, CA, United States

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Past articles by Nick:

My turn: Retiring Daily Breeze reporter will always treasure South Bay experience

Despite the fact I was born in England, immigrated to Canada and graduated from the University of Washington in Seattle, I’ve lived in the South Bay longer than anywhere else in my life. This… → Read More

Traffic delays on Hawthorne Boulevard in Torrance expected through Friday

The northbound and southbound No. 4 lanes from Lomita to Artesia boulevards will close from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. until Friday, May 14. → Read More

Torrance to assess costs and benefits of year-round coyote trapping

The Torrance City Council agreed this week to solicit bids for both a five-month and year-round trapping program from private companies. The vote was 6 to 1 vote, with Councilman Tim Goodrich disse… → Read More

Outdoor concerts set to return to Torrance arts center later this month

More than a year after the coronavirus pandemic darkened the lights of the Torrance Cultural Arts Center venues the nonprofit uses to host concerts, and almost precipitated the foundation’s p… → Read More

This is only a test! Don’t panic Thursday if you hear evacuation warnings at Torrance Beach – Daily News

A new beach evacuation alert system, which could potentially be heard as far away as the Palos Verdes Peninsula, will be tested. The goal is to have it operational by June. → Read More

Torrance schools won’t resume fulltime until the new academic year

Torrance Unified School District’s Board of Education made the decision late Monday night, April 26, at the end of a marathon special meeting. → Read More

El Camino College names finalists for president

Those interested can submit questions online that the candidates will answer next week during four Zoom forums open to the community. → Read More

Torrance seeks proposals to help curb noisy planes using city airport

The City Council unanimously decided this week to invite proposals for a new method of monitoring and tracking aircraft flying out of the general aviation airport. No estimate of when that could be… → Read More

Torrance hires new police chief Jeremiah Hart from within

New chief Jeremiah “Jay” Hart is a 23-year veteran of the Torrance Police Department. → Read More

Torrance Airport noise complaints go unheard without monitoring system, but that could change

There’s widespread support for a new aircraft noise monitoring system. → Read More

Torrance budget report shows impact of pandemic

The current fiscal year ends June 30. → Read More

Mailbox stolen from outside Old Torrance post office

Postal patrons who may have used the mailbox the night the theft occurred should contact the United States Postal Inspection Service. → Read More

Carson city clerk quits for same post in Riverside

Gause, a former member of the Carson City Council, will make $180,000 a year in Riverside. Her first day is Monday, according to a press release from Riverside. She will replace former longtime Cit… → Read More

Court rules Torrance can recoup underpaid utility taxes, but can it collect?

More than 100 agencies with voter-approved utility user taxes may be affected by the ruling and hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue could be at stake → Read More

Here’s a sign Torrance wants to be more tourism-friendly

Sign plan aims to lure more tourists to various points of interest, such as Torrance Beach, Old Torrance and Del Amo Fashion Center and Old Torrance. → Read More

California Welcome Center opens at Torrance’s Del Amo Fashion Center – Press Telegram

The tourism booth will help familiarize visitors with attractions in Torrance and the rest of the South Bay. → Read More

California Welcome Center opens at Torrance’s Del Amo Fashion Center

The tourism booth will help familiarize visitors with attractions in Torrance and the rest of the South Bay. → Read More

Torrance set to resume street cleaning parking enforcement

Actual parking tickets will be handed out beginning Monday, April 19. → Read More

Those with developmental disabilities receive coronavirus vaccine in Torrance

About 200 people with developmental disabilities, their families and caregivers, and direct health care providers received the coronavirus the coronavirus vaccine Thursday, March 25, at Harbor Regi… → Read More

Torrance school bells ring Thursday for grades six through 12

And other South Bay high schools will also head back to campus soon. → Read More