Donna Littlejohn, O.C. Register

Donna Littlejohn

O.C. Register

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • O.C. Register
  • Daily Breeze
  • LB Press-Telegram
  • L.A. Daily News
  • Pasadena Star News
Past:
  • Redlands Daily Facts
  • SGV Tribune
  • Whittier Daily News
  • East Bay Times
  • Vacaville Reporter
  • Daily Bulletin
  • The Sun
  • The Press-Enterprise

Recent articles by Donna:

Whale Fiesta in San Pedro brings families out for fun and learning

Cabrillo Marine Aquarium’s 52nd annual Whale Fiesta took place on Sunday, Feb. 5. → Read More

Whale Fiesta, a 52-year-old San Pedro standard, set to splash off on Sunday

The fiesta at Cabrillo Marine Aquarium will feature a display of life-sized inflatable whales. → Read More

LA debuts new Peace and Healing Centers for communities citywide

Peace & Healing centers target LA communities that are the most in-need and have struggled with the impacts of systemic racism. → Read More

Bungy Hedley’s appearance at San Pedro film festival nixed by weather, travel issues – Daily News

Hedley now lives in Texas and her flight plans have been disrupted by an ice storm in the Lone Star State. → Read More

Bungy Hedley’s appearance at San Pedro film festival nixed by weather, travel issues – Press Telegram

Hedley now lives in Texas and her flight plans have been disrupted by an ice storm in the Lone Star State. → Read More

Bungy Hedley’s appearance at San Pedro film festival nixed by weather, travel issues

Hedley now lives in Texas and her flight plans have been disrupted by an ice storm in the Lone Star State. → Read More

Sea lion pup finds help in Redondo Beach, now recovering in San Pedro facility

A sea lion pup was recently found, emaciated, in the kitchen of the King Harbor Yacht Club, in Redondo Beach. → Read More

San Pedro’s International Film Fest set to run this week

The San Pedro International Film Festival runs from Thursday through Sunday, Feb. 2-5 → Read More

Wait-and-see period dawns as new LA County leaders redouble homeless housing efforts

A new year will see a renewed push in reducing homelessness. But only time will tell whether these efforts will succeed. → Read More

Long Beach port director stresses environmental strides in 2022 review

Mario Cordero focused on the environment during his State of the Port address on Thursday, Jan. 26. → Read More

Best Western in San Pedro converted to interim housing for homeless vets

Hotel conversions have proven a quick and affordable way to house those who are homeless, county officials said. → Read More

Port of LA ‘s leader discusses ups and downs of 2022, looks forward to rest of 2023 – Press Telegram

Gene Seroka, POLA’s executive director, gave his first in-person State of the Port address since the pandemic began on Thursday. → Read More

Port of LA ‘s leader discusses ups and downs of 2022, looks forward to rest of 2023 – Daily News

Gene Seroka, POLA’s executive director, gave his first in-person State of the Port address since the pandemic began on Thursday. → Read More

New ‘high-level’ South Bay concert band ensemble debuts this month in San Pedro – Press Telegram

The newly formed, 50-member South Bay Wind Ensemble will give its first performance on Saturday, Jan. 28. → Read More

San Pedro’s AltaSea unveils wave-energy pilot program, new campus tenant

The pilot program seeks to harness the power of waves to create a source of renewable energy. → Read More

Air travel across US, Southern California jolted by mammoth computer outage

Flights out of LAX, Hollywood Burbank, Long Beach, Ontario and John Wayne in OC were affected by the computer outage. Long lines were reported at LAX as fliers scrambled in response. → Read More

San Pedro social worker tapped for LA County institutional inspection commission

Joahanna Terrones has provided case management and supportive services in the Los Angeles and Long Beach areas for 15 years. → Read More

Construction set to roll this year on San Pedro’s waterfront

The development has been in the works for years, snarled by no shortage of delays — including the pandemic — and lively community debate. → Read More

Another longtime San Pedro landmark says farewell as development looms

Utro’s Cafe, a landmark on San Pedro’s waterfront for decades, closed for good on Friday, Dec. 30. → Read More

Buscaino tapped to lead LA office for lobbying firm with connections to Trump, DeSantis

Buscaino, who spent a decade as the 15th District representative on the LA City Council, has joined Ballard Partners. → Read More