The Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council in conjunction with Marymount California University and Grand Vision Foundation will host a “Quality of Life” forum on April 2 at the Grand Annex in San Pedro. The forum, which is titled “Ending Homelessness: Mission Not Impossible,” will focus on how chronic homelessness is being addressed on local and national policy levels. In addition, it will discuss possible solutions and will feature a question-answer segment following a panel discussion. Panel members for the forum include, Kerry Morrison, director of the Hollywood Property Owners Alliance and co-founder of Hollywood 4WRD. Morrison was also appointed by…
Almost five miles of San Pedro’s roadways will be painted with sharrow lane markings in coming months.
Rep. Janice Hahn, D-San Pedro announced Thursday that she will run for re-election in the 44th Congressional District.
A San Pedro man who bludgeoned his girlfriend to death with a hammer in May of 2012, will spend the next 26 years to life in prison, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office.
For the period of Feb. 18 through Feb. 24, the Harbor Division reported that arrests were made in the following categories: 12 for petty theft, six for miscellaneous unspecified violations, six for shoplifting, four for aggravated assault, three for robbery, two for theft from person, one for assault with a deadly weapon, one for grand theft, one for aggravated domestic violence and one for attempted robbery.
City Council Passes Motion Cutting Sidewalk Repair Fees for Property Owners, Knatz Appointed to National Academy of Engineering, USS Iowa Turns 71, Battle of Los Angeles Re-enacted, Seaside Pharmacy to Close
The mayor fills Instagram feeds with shots of San Pedro.
San Pedro’s 20 Eyes will be heading to the SXSW Music Festival next month.
Saturday will mark the USS Iowa Battleship’s 71st birthday, and the celebration will take place both dockside and aboard the battleship with the official unveiling of the Plankowner Tribute Wall.
Home Depot announced Wednesday its plans to hire more than 80,000 employees nationwide, with 2,000 of those positions being filled right here in the greater Los Angeles area, including the company’s location on North Gaffey Street in San Pedro.