Blog Posts

  • Park Sinkhole Takes Away Parking
    Frontera Lot Closed by Sinkhole A large sinkhole opened in the parking lot by the tennis courts below the Field of Dreams at the Palisades Recreation Center on February 11. Park staff said they have been told that the ENTIRE Frontera parking lot and
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  • Garbage Truck Fire Blocks Traffic
    Chautauqua Closed for Garbage Truck Fire Chautauqua Boulevard between Pacific Coast Highway and Corona del Mar was closed for about an hour today, thanks to a garbage truck fire. Circling the News received the following email from a reader “Anyone
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  • Keeping Trash Out of the Ocean
    Cub Scouts Combine Duty/Fun About 25 Cub Scouts and their families went to Will Rogers State Beach on Saturday morning, February 9 to clean litter off the beach. Because of this year’s excessive rainfall, the Scouts hoped to prevent trash from
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  • J.B. Holmes Win Genesis Open at the Riviera
    J.B. Holmes Wins by a Stroke at Riviera J.B. Holmes captured the Genesis Open at 14 under on Sunday, winning $1,332,000 and a Genesis car. This is his fifth PGA TOUR title and his first since 2015. Holmes, 36, overcame a four-shot lead by fellow
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  • Temescal Traffic Hazard Alert
    Beware Large Pothole On Temescal Road Just below the Palisades High School stadium on Temescal Canyon Road (by the stacked wood) is a pothole that is about four feet long, by a foot wide, by five inches deep. The hole is in the slow lane of traffic.
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  • Swarthmore’s Farmers Market Not Wanted Back
    Editorial Farmers’ Market Saga In the past three years, there have been two important stories concerning the Palisades Farmers’ Market: one, surprisingly, was about the demise of the Glendale market and the second was about securing a
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  • PaliHi Girls Win First City Water Polo Championship
    Pali Girls Water Polo Wins First City Title “We finally got rid of the curse,” said Palisades High girls water polo coach Kirk Lazaruk, after the team’s 13-8 victory over Birmingham Thursday. This was the girls’ first Division I City Section
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  • Junior Daniella Wilson Wins Oratorical Constitution Contest
    Legion’s Oratorical Contest Focuses On the Constitution and ‘We the People’ No one pretends that democracy is perfect or all wise. Indeed it has been said that democracy is the worst form of Government except for all those other
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  • Rare Saturday at Genesis Open
    Genesis Open Cut Will Be Made Tomorrow The Genesis Open started with 144 golfers on Thursday, and two days later there were still 144 golfers fighting the rainy weather at the Riviera County Club. Usually by Saturday, the field is cut by half—so
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  • Palisades Meter Money Will Go to BID
    Some Parking Meter Money Will Return to the Palisades About 15 percent of revenue generated by parking meters in the Pacific Palisades Business District will be returned to the BID (Palisades Business Improvement District). In a February 7 news
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