by Megan Barnes, The Beach Reporter

Want to have a bigger say in public health issues in the South Bay beach cities?

The governing body of the Beach Cities Health District is accepting applications to fill an 18-month term replacing...

by Megan Barnes, The Beach Reporter

Less than six months since ...

by David Mendez

When Charlene Dipaola was in middle school, she wasn’t able to bike from home to her classes each day.

“No, sadly; I grew up in the Philippines, and my school was an hour away by driving,” Dipaola said. “...

by Jeanne Fratello, DigMB

Although the local election season - along with other hotly debated city issues - may seem to have divided the community, the ...

By Megan Barnes, Daily Breeze

With the dust settling from one of the most heated local election seasons in years, the Beach Cities Health District wants to help residents move on and mellow out.

On April 6, the public health agency —...

by Jackie Balestra, South Bay by Jackie

The contentious local election cycle has come to a close, making it the perfect time for residents from all sides of the debate to come together and share a collective – and mindful – sigh of relief....

By Alexander Nguyen, Patch Staff

REDONDO BEACH, CA – The contentious local election cycle has come to a close, making it the perfect time for residents from all sides of the debate to come together and share a collective – and mindful – sigh of...

By The Beach Reporter Staff

Just as it did after the Hermosa Beach 2015 Measure O oil drilling vote, Beach Cities Health District is hosting a mindfulness workshop to help residents stressed out over the recent March election.

According...

by Kelcie Pegher, The Beach Reporter

Mary Stepenhorst has a lot of used to's, she said.

“I used to this, I used to do that.”

She loved gardening until she couldn't lean over to pull the weeds. She loved to head to the senior...

by Kelcie Pegher, The Beach Reporter

You'll have to forgive the Beach Cities Health District new CEO if he misspeaks—sometimes he mistakenly refers to his new bosses, the board of directors, as the council. After 28 years in city government,...

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