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By Gretchen Williams, Dining and Cuisine Writer The fog held thick against the coast and the roofs dripped with moisture as the young man made his way up 5th Street. He was an immigrant, a fisherman, hoping that this new land would give
By Kamala D. Harris
Today the House of Representatives will vote on whether to impeach President Trump. If it votes yes, sometime early in the new year I will take an oath on the Senate floor to
Clean Air Action Plan Workshop The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach will host a public workshop Dec. 18, to present a proposed rate structure to help accelerate the conversion of the San Pedro Bay truck fleet to cleaner, less-polluting models.
Demolition of the former Star-Kist Cannery
A Draft Initial Study/Negative Declaration for the Star-Kist Cannery Facility Project at 1050 Ways Street on Terminal Island has been released for public review, Dec. 12 for a period of 30 days.
A pedestrian was killed after being struck by a vehicle Monday evening on the 25700 block of Vermont.
By Norman Solomon Anyone who’s been paying attention should get the picture by now. Overall, in subtle and sledgehammer ways, the mass media of the United States—owned and sponsored by corporate giants—are in the midst of a siege against the two progressive Democrat
Here’s a Story Idea: How a Church Snuck a Cell Tower Under Our NoseI have a story idea about an important public safety issue impacting the health and wellbeing of children and adults — not only here in San Pedro, but across Los Angeles. There is a cell s
By Hunter Chase, Reporter The Vic and Bonnie Christensen Science Center, a longtime destination for field trips by Harbor Area students, held a soft reopening and open house on Nov. 21, which revealed a major change in its focus — from animals