Designers Talk Gaffey ‘Great Street’ Makeover, Port of LA Kicks of Independence Day with Cars and Stripes Forever, Crafted Celebrates Second Anniversary, Shrek Comes to the Warner Grand.
San Pedro’s new neighborhood prosecutor Lauren Halligan and Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer got more than an earful during her introduction Tuesday evening as residents wasted no time informing Halligan of their civic concerns.
Negotiations Continue as ILWU Contracts Set to Expire, Crew Member Killed in Port Accident, Port of LA to Raise Cranes, Coastal SP Neighborhood Council Board Exits with Heated Meeting
San Pedro business leaders recently got to hear AltaSea CEO Rachel Etherington share her vision for the $500 million urban marine research center coming to the waterfront.
After more than two years of development, the Port of Los Angeles will finally take the wraps off the new Downtown Harbor and Town Square this Friday and open it to the public.
This Saturday, hundreds of skateboarders will descend on a hilly stretch of Gaffey Street between 32nd Street and Paseo del Mar for the second annual San Pedro Shred Festival of Skate.
The new charter high school opening in a historic building on Ninth Street this fall will be named Alice M. Baxter High School, administrators told the Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council on Tuesday night.
The Polar Bears capture the school’s first boys City sports title in dramatic, walk-off fashion.
Angelenos will not be asked this November to vote on a half-cent sales tax increase to fix broken streets and sidewalks throughout the city, Councilman Joe Buscaino announced today.
Port to Fund $1.3 M Sampson Way Realignment, PBID Talks Downtown Red Car Expansion, WWII Vets Honored at S.S. Lane Victory D-Day Commemoration, San Pedro Born Civil Rights Activist Dies, Big Weekend at Crafted