On the heels of a momentous year that saw the arrival of the USS Iowa and Crafted, 2013 proved to have a lot in store for San Pedro. Here are some highlights from the year that was.
Wednesday’s Polar Bear swim, which is expected to draw near 800 people, will start at 11:30 a.m. with the coronation of the 2014 Polar Bear King Richard Leach and Queen Lori O’Donnell.
Tall Ships Arrive in the Port of Los Angeles, Korean Bell Won’t Ring the New Year
Crime reported for the period of Dec. 17 through Dec. 23
As the Christmas season comes to a close and New Year festivities approach, the Cabrillo Whalewatch program is set to begin its 43rd year on Thursday.
Ponte Vista Closer to Green Light, City Council Approves AltaSea’s 50-Year Lease, Badfish Shop Door Vandalized
San Pedro has long been known for its abundance of filming locations, especially the old, shop-lined streets of downtown. But according to location managers, that might be starting to change.
Students at Rolling Hills Preparatory School and the Renaissance School for the Arts and Sciences spent an hour learning computer code this week as part of an international effort to promote computer science in schools.
Crime reports for the period of Dec. 10 through Dec. 16.
As Christmas quickly approaches, residents are out looking for bargains while thieves are scouting neighborhoods and homes looking for an opportunity to cash in on holiday crime.