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This Is Not a Pep Rally

By Evelyn McDonnell On Saturday, June 6, San Pedro had its first large gathering in response to the protests that have swept the world since...

Wilmington Body Recovery

Story and photo by Raphael Richardson WILMINGTON - A body was located in a water-filled pit in Wilmington at around 12:20 p.m., on Jan. 9. Firefighters...

California Authorities Support Toxic Chemical Use By Refineries

By Sally Hayati, Ph.D, Director Ban Toxic MHF The Torrance Refining Co. and Valero Wilmington Refinery are the only California refineries using hydrofluoric acid  or...

Tacos, Tacos, Tacos and More

By Gretchen Williams, Travel and Cuisine Writer Downtown San Pedro is in the midst of a conflict in which everybody wins! Little Italy is in the...

When Date Night Doesn’t Work

Chef Chris Sison has Lunch Date Picks By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor I don’t consider myself a foodie-snob, but I like to haunt the Instagram accounts...

An Educator Brings her Mission to the Kitchen Table

By Alexa Moreno Perdomo, Editorial Intern Franki Bellhouse-Garcia never had a plan and had resigned himself to a life working the docks until Mary McAlpine...

A 40-Year Coalition

Inland Boatman’s Struggle Launched Annual Parade By Slobodan Dimitrov, Contributor Thousands of union members and supporters from throughout the Los Angeles Harbor Area and the rest...

Environmental Groups Sue Phillips 66 Over Hazardous Waste Violations

By Mark Friedman, Contributor Phillips 66 Los Angeles Refinery will likely face a federal lawsuit from environmental groups alleging it has violated the federal Resource...

Random Letters 8-8-19

The Battle of Automation — One Perspective You seem to be clinging on to some old visions of what the San Pedro and the POLA...

The Battle of Automation

Many believe in the inevitability of automation even as its benefits are challenged, POLA spent its public trust currency on the battle By James Preston...

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COVID-19 EDD Assistance Information

Many Californians have suffered a loss of work and are struggling to stay afloat due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Let Your Voice Be Heard

During this unprecedented time, public comment during board meetings has transitioned from in-person to call-in, which has substantially increased public access and...