Nick Pecarich, a retired longshoreman, was also arrested on two separate felony vandalism charges on April 16 before being placed under psychiatric evaluation.
Elks Lodge Holds First Post-Fire Meeting, Mutilated Pelican Brought to International Bird Rescue, Batting Cage, Golf Area Coming to Daniel’s Field, Iconic Point Fermin Ficus Tree Uprooted
A San Pedro High School senior was in for quite the surprise yesterday, when she was asked to the prom via a choreographed “promposal” in front of the entire school.
The prep boys volleyball scene in San Pedro has never been hotter, and San Pedro High’s Jacob Branch and Mary Star High’s Neven Skoblar hope the 2014 season is their best yet.
The family and friends of 21-year-old Victor Moreno, of San Pedro, are asking for the public to come forward with any information about his whereabouts in the days leading up to his death.
Two days after most of the San Pedro Elks Lodge was destroyed in a raging fire in what is now an arson investigation, San Pedrans are processing the loss the historic hilltop lodge, throwing their support behind its members, and scrambling to find new venues for booked parties and events.
Officials are calling the fire “suspicious.” Firefighters were able to save the ritual hall and a number of priceless heirlooms, including a 109-year-old Bible.
A public hearing on the restoration of the Gaffey Street Pool is being held next Wednesday, April 23 at 1 p.m. at the San Pedro Regional Library.
Set up by Los Angeles City Councilman Joe Buscaino’s office and ShareFest, the Humboldt Bus Crash Victims Assistance Fund raised $5,000 in its first eight hours, and received a $10,000 donation from Occidental Petroleum.
Cruise Ship Carrying Ill Passengers Sanitized in the Port of Los Angeles, L.A. Mayor Mentions San Pedro in State of the City Address, L.A. 2020 Commission Suggests Merging Ports