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CC Police Seeking 4 Suspects in Follow-Home Armed Robbery

Culver City police are looking for four men who committed a follow-home, armed robbery last Friday morning, pistol-whipping one of four people and stealing items that included a $30,000 Rolex watch....

 

Mixed-Use Senior Housing Complex To Rise on Washington Boulevard

Crews have begun excavation work on a large lot near the intersection of Sepulveda and Washington for the construction of a mixed-use senior housing complex. The project, which will rise at 11141...

 

Culver City Council to Review Vaccine Verification Requirements for Businesses

The Culver City Council will consider at its upcoming Monday meeting whether to maintain, modify or rescind the vaccine verification requirement in local businesses, civic officials said. Last week,...

 

New Owner Same Great Food and Service at Victor Jrs

The new owner Chet worked for the original victor's Meat Market for 9 yrs. Theresa, Victor's wife still comes in twice a week to bake the store's desserts including the brownies and Cookies. The...

 

Woman Sues Venice Massage Establishment, Alleging Sexual Assault and Battery

A 28-year-old woman has sued a Venice massage business, alleging she was inappropriately touched by a therapist after she went there for a hot stone massage in 2021. The plaintiff, identified only as...

 

Culver City Shows Support for the People of Ukraine

At its March 7 meeting, the Culver City Council approved the illumination of landmarks and public art displays blue and yellow – the colors of Ukrainian flag – in support of the people of Ukraine...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    March 10, 2022

California Supreme Court Limits Early Release of Violent Felons Under Proposition 57

By David E. Mastagni and Taylor Davies-Mahaffey In 2019, a California appeals court held that Proposition 57 allowed those convicted of multiple violent and nonviolent crimes to qualify for early rele...

 

Hollenbeck Palms Celebrates Grand Opening Of Hensel Memory Enhancement Center

Hollenbeck Palms proudly announces the upcoming unveiling and grand opening of the newest addition to its campus, the Hensel Memory Enhancement Center. To mark the occasion, a ribbon cutting ceremony will take place on Wednesday, April 20 at 11am on...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    March 10, 2022

Culver City baseball gets ready for the challenging Bay League

Major League Baseball maybe on strike but Culver City's varsity baseball team swung into action a few weeks ago. This week they continue their pre-season schedule against some of the best teams in the...

 

Culver City high school boys and girls shine at home track and field invitational

By Mykell Mathieu Sports Reporter Most people start their Saturdays off pretty slow but not the student athletes that competed at last Saturday's Culver City Invitational track and field meet at...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    March 10, 2022

Bruins beat Trojans, hope to win Pac-12 Tournament

UCLA Bruins forward Jaime Jaquez Jr. called their final regular season game at home with the USC Trojans, “do or die for us, and we’re going to give it everything we’ve got to try to get that...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    March 10, 2022

LAFC battles Portland Timbers to a draw

A dramatic equalizer in the waning minutes by LAFC against the visiting Portland Timbers felt like a victory at Banc of California Stadium on Sunday night. The game-tying tap-in by defender Mamadou...

 

Chippy Play highlights LAFC against Timbers

By Alex Hymes Sports Reporter For the second match of their fifth season, LAFC hosted what some call their "greatest rival" in the Portland Timbers for a late, fifty-five degree Sunday evening...

 

Marvel at the stylings of Hall of Famer of the "Guitar Foundation of America" and Grammy award winner virtuoso musician David Russell

On March 18, at the majestic First Congregational Church of Los Angeles, William Jenks, founder of U.S. Classic Guitar, brings GRAMMY award winner and world-renowned classical guitarist David Russell...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    March 10, 2022

Build More Culver City Housing

Dear Editor, When we purchased our home in Culver City in 2015 there were many reasons why: proximity to work and family, a location that afforded a walkable lifestyle with plenty of parks and very...

 

Death of a Property Owner

By Jeff Prang Los Angeles County Assessor This month I’m going to share information about a delicate subject, but also a very important one---dealing with property taxes and what should be done...

 

Highschool-Like Cliques, Gossip, Racial Grouping And Bullying

By Amber Jackson, Lucky Lifer As the days go by, I never cease to be fascinated by the dynamics of prison staff behavior. I've learned so much about the psychology of human behaviors. And the more I learn, the more I want to know. I've become a bit...

 

LA County Ends Indoor Mask Mandate

Indoor mask-wearing is no longer mandatory in Los Angeles County thanks to revised data released by federal health officials Thursday showing a decreased impact of COVID-19 on the county's health care system. Yesterday, the U.S. Centers for Disease...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    March 10, 2022

Chargers sign receiver Williams to a new contract

As expected, the Los Angeles Chargers have reached a contractual agreement with wide receiver Mike Williams, one of their key unrestricted free agents in NFL free agency. Williams is coming off his be...

 

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