A $20 million settlement will allow Carnival Corp. cruise lines, including the locally popular Princess cruises, to continue docking at U.S. ports.
Since its inception in 1911, only four percent of Scouts in the Boy Scouts of America program have reached the rank of Eagle. Scouts typically earn the ranking in their last two years of high school.
Despite the fog, there was no room for gloom on this June day as students filed into their school’s football stadium to the familiar tune Pomp and Circumstance.
The 32nd Palos Verdes Street Fair and Music Festival was held June 8 and 9, 2019 with carnival rides, art vendors, kid zone, craft beer and food court.
The South Bay saw a 6% increase in the number of people living on the streets this year, according to data released Tuesday, June 4, despite local and regional efforts to reduce homelessness — including hundreds of millions of dollars spent countywide.
A mother tried to keep up with her children around a courtyard, morning walkers repeated their laps, and shoppers hopped into their preferred stores – all showing no signs of the chaos that took place the day before.
LAPD’s Harbor Division jail will open at last — a decade after work on the then state-of-the-art facility was first completed.
The public comment period on a draft proposal to reactivate fuel storage at a 331-acre federal property in San Pedro — facing community pushback — has been extended to June 3.
Wyatt Nielson got a visit from his mother, Gloria Gould, Monday morning at Green Hills Memorial Park for Memorial Day.
Former Dodson Middle School student Scott Caudill — who during his eighth grade year performed in the musical film “Newsies” that came out in 1992 — visited the drama class at his Rancho Palos Verdes alma mater Tuesday, May 21.
Palos Verdes High School sophomore Ife Ibraheem stepped up to a microphone on Tuesday, May 21, in front of nearly the entire school body of roughly 1,600 students, and shared her reality as an African-American student at a predominantly white high school.
The world was different when George Brandt founded Palos Verdes Bowl in 1958. Back then, 10 bowling centers were scattered about the South Bay, he said. Now there are only three, and soon — if all goes well for Brandt — there will be only two.
A middle school student with a pocket knife injured another student Tuesday at Dodson Middle School in Ranchos Palos Verdes, authorities said.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a $25,000 reward on Tuesday tied to last year’s fatal stabbing of a retired nurse in a parking structure at the Promenade at the Peninsula shopping center in Rolling Hills Estates.
Two teenagers accused of beating and robbing an autistic man in a mall parking structure in Rolling Hills Estates pleaded not guilty on Wednesday in Torrance Superior Court.
John Papadakis is best known on the Palos Verdes Peninsula as the Papadakis Taverna owner, who along with his brother Tommy, for nearly four decades greeted each customer—male or female—with a big kiss on the cheek.
A Peninsula High School student is one of five Los Angeles County students named Presidential Scholars today by the U.S. Department of Education.
Senior residents of the Palos Verdes Peninsula now have a permanent place to laugh, mingle and learn as the new Peninsula Seniors Scriba Family Center has opened its doors at its new permanent location in Rolling Hills Estates.
The winds shifted and the bright blue jelly-like creatures sailed to shore, creating wonder for those who came across the exotic “by-the-wind sailors” at beaches from Oceanside to Pismo, over the past week.
Redondo Beach's rich history, from its majestic Hotel Redondo to when George Freeth first brought surfing to the mainland, is traced in the original musical “The Strand, A Beach Musical,” which returns to the South Bay beginning Thursday, May 2, at the Palos Verdes Peninsula High School Perf…
Terranea Resort has settled a class-action lawsuit and will pay $2.15 million to its workers, who said the resort underpaid them and violated other regulations.
Ex-USC water polo coach Jovan Vavic, fired in March after he was indicted in a college admissions cheating case, has found a buyer for his bluff-top, ocean-view home in Rancho Palos Verdes.
When she was just 16 years old, Gayle Theodora Drake so enjoyed helping outfit other people in the latest fashions, she would lose track of time doing it.
Thirty gray whales have died along the West Coast since the start of the year, a number that has experts concerned as they try to determine the cause of the spike.
Worshippers at Wayfarers Chapel celebrated Easter at dawn on Sunday with a traditional sunrise service. The scenic chapel in Rancho Palos Verdes, designed by Lloyd Wright, is known for its glass walls and ceilings, with stunning views of the ocean.
Two men who were taken into custody for the alleged beating of a young man with autism caught on video in Rolling Hills were released last week after the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office asked for further investigation, authorities said.
David A. Kenney knew from the moment he answered the ad, this would be no ordinary job.
Authorities arrested two 18-year-old men on April 11 suspected of assaulting a man with autism in a Rolling Hills Estates shopping center parking structure.
Chadwick School, an independent k-12 on the Palos Verdes Peninsula, broke ground this week on a new 6,000 square-foot facility that will ultimately serve as a center to boost creative and critical thinking — and focus on a wide array of disciplines, from STEM to arts and the humanities.
Just short of six years after becoming the city manager of Palos Verdes Estates, Anton “Tony” Dahlerbruch will serve his last day with the city in two weeks.
As millions worldwide participate in Earth Day, Adrienne Mohan acting executive director of the Palos Verdes Land Conservancy said it's important for residents on the Peninsula to "act locally."
The guest list didn’t include any Hollywood stars—but it did include one of their high-octane bosses, along with an array of other powerful politicos.
Palos Verdes Peninsula Village has received a $2500 grant from the office of Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn, according to Marianne Propst executive director of the village.
Imagine you've just been hired as an IT manager for a small company. You're responsible for keeping the company's network safe from viruses, ransomware and myriad cyber threats.
In what is being hailed as a milestone by San Pedro’s waterfront developers, an equity finance firm in Spokane has committed to a $30 million investment in the $150 million project. The infusion, if approved formally by the port this summer, guarantees the completion of the San Pedro Public …
At the City Hall press conference in January where Eric Garcetti took the unusual step of announcing that he was not a candidate for president, a reporter asked if he was ruling out a White House run forever or only in 2020.
Legendary USC water polo coach Jovan Vavic, who was indicted this week in connection with a nationwide college admissions scandal, has close ties to the South Bay and the Palos Verdes Peninsula.
A man accused of killing three people and injuring four others in a Torrance bowling alley shooting pleaded not guilty Tuesday during a brief court appearance.
The Skechers Foundation recently distributed donations to children with special needs and to local education foundations from its 10th annual Skechers Pier to Pier Friendship Walk.
A former Palos Verdes High School student who was acquitted in July of a first-degree murder charge has been arrested on suspicion of committing a carjacking when he was a juvenile, police said Wednesday.
Swarms of butterflies are invading inland sections of Southern California as a result of an unusually heavy migration of a common species making its way from Mexico to the Pacific Northwest to breed, experts say.