Why the San Pedro Fish Market is casting in new waters
The San Pedro Fish Market Grille has opened a third location — this one in Harbor City.
Why San Pedro has embraced Gaffey Street gaffe on decorative signs
In a town where a three-eyed fish graphic is defiantly embraced, it may be no surprise that the misprint of 13 new Gaffey Street decorative signs — with three e’s in Street — became a cause to celebrate.“I love the t
How the San Pedro Fish Market plans to fish for new customers in Long Beach
A fall opening is expected for the San Pedro Fish Market’s new Long Beach location
San Pedro’s YWCA celebrates 100 years of service
“We’ve had our ups and downs, but we’re still here.” – Julie Wichmann Huerta, president of the YWCA’s board of directors.
Why San Pedro is going country this weekend with a new music festival
The inaugural Subaru Country Freedom Festival comes to the Port of Los Angeles on Saturday, Oct. 19.
Why San Pedro was the place to be for country music fans on Saturday
The Subaru Country Freedom Festival brought thousands of country music fans to San Pedro this weekend
How San Pedro’s historic waterfront clock was brought back to life
No more excuses for being late, San Pedro.As of about 2 p.m. Wednesday, the giant clock that had kept everyone on time for decades began working again.Built in 1942 on what was the town’s new Municipal Ferry Building, the timepiec
San Pedro brainstorms about what to do with courthouse property
A community center, a first-run movie theater or open space? Or how about centralized parking for the downtown?Some 100 residents — with dozens of ideas — packed a community room this week as the public debate opened up on
Want to track what’s changing in San Pedro? Check out this website
A post-modern tower here, a restaurant there — it can be hard to keep up with the many ideas floating around for new development in San Pedro these days.But a new website — www.developsanpedro
San Pedro wins 9-10 District 8 softball title
BENSON — Outscoring the opposition 37-9, the San Pedro 9-10 softball all-stars topped Rio Rico Friday 9-3 to win the Little League District 8 championship at Fort Huachuca.
20 San Pedro Restaurants Every San Antonian Should Have Eaten at by Now
You've probably passed by them a million times, but if you haven't stopped into these 20 San Pedro eateries, you've missing out on some of the greatest flavors in SA. Do yourself a favor and try out each one of these spots. We know you'll love them.
Why officials in San Pedro are hailing this event as the first piece of Ports O’ Call’s makeover
After decades of talk, a ceremonial groundbreaking Thursday provided some hope for skeptics who wondered if the remake of San Pedro’s Ports O’ Call Village would ever happen.The after…
How new Facebook Watch show 'Limetown' with Jessica Biel puts spotlight on East Tennessee
A new sci-fi television show will bring to life a podcast from Athens native Zack Akers and use an East Tennessee county as its setting.
How a San Pedro marine biologist found her passion in killer whales
“I dream about killer whales; they’re my passion” said the independent researcher and marine biologist.
Why an idea is being floated to move the USS Iowa in San Pedro
A $16.5 million plan would move the battleship closer to waterfront development and also include a Navy museum
San Pedro Majors All-Stars top SVA to stay alive
Trey Meza went 4-for-4 with a home run and a pair of doubles and two RBIs and hurler Jay Haro fanned eight to help lift the San Pedro Majors 11-12-year-old
Tough outing for San Pedro Majors, Minors; Jrs. top SV in opener
BENSON — It was a rough day for the San Pedro Valley Little League All-Stars Saturday with the major and minors teams going down in their respective District 8 Little
Rezoning could make way for homes around San Pedro Golf Course
BENSON - On April 12, the Planning and Zoning Commission will be considering a rezoning that would allow residential development around the greens at the San Pedro Golf Course.
How San Pedro’s Croatian community helped shape the port town
San Pedro is home to one of the largest Croatian communities in the United States.
This is why San Pedro’s dilapidated 1895 house may soon be demolished
A high-rise residential building is planned for Nelson Street in downtown San Pedro.