By Alexander Nguyen (Patch Staff)

REDONDO BEACH, CA — Residents in Redondo Beach are healthier now since implementing the Blue Zones Project in 2010,...

More than 100 local volunteers ranging from lawyers and politicians to restaurateurs and thespians got their hands dirty to restore nine elementary school gardens in Redondo Beach and Hermosa Beach as part of Beach Cities Health District’s inaugural “...

By Megan Barnes, Daily Breeze

It’s no secret that teens in affluent communities turn to...

By Alexander Nguyen, Patch.com

HERMOSA BEACH, CA — The current city manager for Hermosa Beach was named as the new CEO of Beach Cities Health...

REDONDO BEACH, Calif. (August 23, 2016) – Beach Cities Health District (BCHD), one of the largest preventive health agencies in the U.S., today announced its Board of Directors unanimously selected Tom Bakaly as the organization’s...

By , The Beach Reporter

The top administrator in Hermosa Beach for the past four years will step down in just over two months to take the helm at the...

By Sandy Mazza, Daily Breeze

Being “green” can be overwhelming for even the most conscientious citizens.

There are so many options: replacing outdated energy-sucking equipment, managing heating and cooling systems, solar-...

by Eric Garner, Beach Cities Health District

Carmen Sellers, 82, is an archetype for health, happiness and the life-extending benefits of Blue Zones Project’s Power 9® principles.

If it were up to 11-year-old Hermosa, every day...

by David Mendez, Easy Reader

Around 10 o’clock Monday night, with his cell phone in one hand, a man called to his young son.

“Come here with me, help me catch Pokemon,” he said, holding his boy’s hand.

He saw a stranger...

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