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Past articles by Tyler:

New Manhattan Beach community center gets another financial push

The city plans to start building a new “multigenerational” facility — for both seniors and Scouts — in 2025. → Read More

LAX tops out Tom Bradley Terminal Core as mammoth airport facelift continues

Once the entire Terminal Cores project is done, travelers will be able to use escalators and stairs to access all levels of terminal buildings and directly connect to the future Automated People Mo… → Read More

Election results: Redondo voters seem to approve ballot measures

A handful of measures all appear toward approval based on the first results from the Tuesday, March 7, election. → Read More

Election results: Incumbent, newcomer lead Redondo Beach school board election

The top-two finishers in Tuesday’s election will serve four-year terms. Board members are limited to two full terms. → Read More

2nd ‘Fired Up!’ girls’ empowerment camp set for Women’s History Month

Registration for the El Segundo teen fire camp ends Friday, March 10. → Read More

Seattle musician, who went from gangsta rapper to Hasidic Jew, to perform in Hermosa

Nissim Black, a former gang member, converted to Judaiasm about a decade ago — and now raps about his faith. → Read More

‘Women of the West’ Americana concert is this weekend in El Segundo

An all-woman country artist lineup will celebrate Women’s History Month at El Segundo High. → Read More

Inglewood transit system gets $407 million from state

The 1.6-mile people mover is considered a state priority ahead of the 2028 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, officials say. → Read More

LA County’s Catholics begin Lenten season, many still mourning loss of slain bishop

“Our hearts are heavy today,” Archbishop Gomez said. “We have lost a beloved friend and a holy priest.” → Read More

Redondo election: Meet Scott Behrendt, who is running unopposed in District 5

The 20-year resident is a planning commissioner and a business attorney. → Read More

Metro C Line extension could rattle seniors in Redondo Beach apartment complex

Although the project isn’t set in stone, Breakwater Village residents worry some options will constantly disturb their quality of life → Read More

Redondo election: Voters to weigh cannabis tax on March 7

Redondo Beach could bring see $300,000 to $900,000 in annual tax revenue if Measure CT passes. → Read More

Manhattan Beach to unveil new Bruce’s Beach plaque on Feb. 25 – Press Telegram

The plaque honoring the victims of a dark chapter in the city’s history is finally ready — after nearly three years. → Read More

Future state bill aims to speed up Hyperion odor recovery

The bill is set to be introduced in the coming weeks and will require air-quality monitors in the community. → Read More

Manhattan Beach to hire more police department staff

Seven new police officers and a few civilian support positions, officials say, will help deter crime. → Read More

Redondo developer wants to build apartments near power plant; city says hold on

City officials say Leo Pustilnikov would need to apply for zoning, other changes — but the developer has challenged that. → Read More

Manhattan Beach chamber’s 3rd annual UNITY event set for Thursday

The event, started in 2021 in the wake of the city’s racial reckoning, has become a tradition in the business community. → Read More

Redondo Beach election: Voters to decide council, school board races in March

The election will also feature five ballot measures, including one on a cannabis tax and another on adding gender-neutral language to the City Charter. → Read More

Bruce family’s sale of returned land sparks debate about social responsibility

While some people said the family had a responsibility to keep Bruce’s Beach, others said they have the right to do what’s best for them. → Read More

LAX transformation more than halfway done, last phase underway

Construction began at LAX in 2017 and will go through 2030, and many improvements will serve the Olympics. → Read More