South Bay History: How Llewellyn Iron Works helped shaped Torrance as new industrial city
Llewellyn Iron Works had been founded by Welshman Reese Llewellyn and his brothers, David and William, in Los Angeles in 1886 and incorporated in 1894. When Torrance approached him about building a…
Cerritos’ Whitney ranked top high school in California; 6 Long Beach and South Bay sites among...
Six high schools in the Long Beach-South Bay area were among the top-25 in California, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 rankings. One school, Whitney High in Cerritos, was in …
Your last-minute guide to this year’s July 4th fireworks, parades and things to do in the South...
The events are all over the coast, some in the daytime and others at night.
These are the South Bay homeless numbers released last week and what they mean
Los Angeles County recently released this year’s homeless count data, broken down by individual cities and communities.
South Bay History: How Torrance’s municipal plunge got its name
10 students from the South Bay win National Merit Scholarship
Here’s why the best restaurant in the South Bay was at the BeachLife Festival
The SideStage pop-up restaurant served multi-course meals at BeachLife Festival
South Bay Showdown between Serra and Narbonne highlights what to watch this week
Here are five things we’re watching this week, starting with showdown between Serra and Narbonne.
Why Carson is embracing Evolve South Bay, a 300-unit residential development
The apartment complex is part of a larger 300-acre mixed-use development that officials hope will make Carson a more attractive community to live in.
How these South Bay teens got their band a gig at the BeachLife Festival
The South Bay band Alinea open the the inaugural BeachLife Festival May 3-5
The 10 Best South Bay Punk Bands of All Time
As a nu-metal head in the late '90s at Mira Costa High School in Manhattan Beach, I was probably the only one displaying a love for bands like Korn, Slipknot and Fear Factory in a sea of Black Flag, Pennywise and Circle Jerks shirts and patches. I was well aware...
What shook the South Bay on Tuesday? Likely not a sonic boom
The mysterious shake that rattled the South Bay on Tuesday afternoon was likely not a sonic boom according to the U.S. military. Then what was it?
Neighbors: South Bay robotics team wins top honors at Battleship Blast during LA Fleet Week
By Kat SchusterContributing WriterWendy Loutit wanted to provide a new opportunity for her kids to learn about robots, so she started a robotics team for high school students. Beginning in November…
South Bay History: The La Venta Inn has been a Palos Verdes Estates landmark for nearly 100 years
Social events naturally gravitated toward La Venta Inn, at that time one of the only sites on the hill capable of hosting them. In addition to weddings, a variety of dances, parties, galas and othe…
Learn what inspired two young women to run and win seats to South Bay school boards
Both said they don’t plan to stop at school board and want to keep helping people as their main focus.