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Out of fear of perpetuating the Peninsula's image as a “playground” for Los Angeles County, Rancho Palos Verdes City Council voted to order city staff to stop advertising some Recreation and Parks events on the city’s Facebook page.

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A surge in sick and dying brown pelicans being brought into wildlife rehabilitation centers along the Southern California coast is baffling biologists.

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Larry Clark, a former Rancho Palos Verdes mayor and California coastal commissioner who waged a public battle against pancreatic cancer for more than five years and became an inspirational ambassador for the nonprofit group the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, died Wednesday. He was 69.

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As one of downtown San Pedro’s most prominent buildings closed escrow last week, nearly a dozen other commercial properties are up for sale in and around the historic shopping district.

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A woman hailed by members of the MeToo movement has settled her sexual harassment lawsuit against the staffing agency that placed her in a dishwashing position at the Terranea Resort for $250,000, her attorney announced Tuesday.

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Though relieved Measure E passed, balanced the city’s budget and assured a future for the city’s police department, the Palos Verdes Estates City Council last week was faced with residents who leveled such allegations as bullying and publicly chiding an elected official for speaking out agai…

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Palos Verdes Estates voters Tuesday delivered the financial relief City Hall was looking for to plug a $5 million budget gap and save the city’s municipal police force.

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The proper way to dispose of the American flag is through a retirement ceremony, and together Boy Scouts Troop 128 , the Navigators, and Fire Stations 53 and 106 conducted such a ceremony March 5 at the Rancho Palos Verdes City Hall.

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 In the late 60’s, Beverly Palmer was a doctoral student in the counseling psychology department at Ohio State; she was fascinated by the mystery of love, and she wasn’t alone. Centuries before, Aristotle, Plato, and Shakespeare wrote about the subject, and Oscar Wilde even said, “The myster…

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Two Palos Verdes cities ranked high in the Safest Cities in California for 2018 list, with Palos Verdes Estates coming in in fourth place and Rancho Palos Verdes coming in 11th out of 100.

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The Palos Verdes Village, a nonprofit that aims help older people on the Peninsula, announced a change to its board for 2018.

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Police arrested a Palos Verdes Estates man, recovered five guns and thousands of rounds of ammunition, and seized plastic bags containing heroin and methamphetamine during a narcotics operation last week.

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Over 100 volunteers gathered at the Alta Vicente Reserve in Rancho Palos Verdes on Martin Luther King Jr. day to help restore the natural land. They installed 400 native and drought tolerant plants and pulled invasive weeds from an acre of land, according to Conservancy Volunteer Coordinator…

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Palos Verdes Estates police Capt. Mark Velez, who joined the agency in 1989 and rose through the ranks, was announced Wednesday as the city’s new police chief, sending a message to the community that the department is here to stay.

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In an effort to curb drunk driving on the Peninsula, the Palos Verdes Peninsula Transit Authority will be offering free bus services on New Year’s Eve in Rolling Hills Estates, Palos Verdes Estates and Rancho Palos Verdes.