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Culver City Chamber of Commerce Announces Leadership Changes

The Board of the Culver City Chamber of Commerce has accepted Chamber President & CEO Colin Diaz's resignation following his announced relocation to Tempe, Arizona. During the search, long-time...

 

Culver City Man Accused of Discharging Gun Inside His Home

A Culver City man, suspected of being drunk, was arrested on suspicion of negligent discharge of a firearm for allegedly firing at least two shots inside his home on Saturday night, local police said. The suspect's girlfriend called police at about...

 

Gusty Winds Bring Down Tree in Culver City

Gusty winds battered much of the Southland Tuesday, knocking down a tree on a Culver City home and putting motorists on edge due to blowing debris. A large tree was toppled by the strong winds on...

 

Vector Control District Celebrates Seven Decades of Working to Rid the County of Mosquitos

To celebrate the 70th anniversary of providing public health service, the Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District (District) will host an open house at its Santa Fe Springs Headquarters on...

 

French Bulldog Stolen During Armed Takeover Robbery in Culver City Motel; One Suspect Arrested

Culver City police have arrested one of the four suspects who held up at gunpoint and pistol-whipped three people inside a local hotel room, stealing a French Bulldog puppy and cellphones last week. T...

 

Easter Candy Toxic For Dogs

Veterinarians from BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital are issuing a warning for pet owners ahead of Easter, fearing a higher-than-usual uptick in chocolate toxicity cases. BluePearl, which...

 

New Exhibit at the Culver City Historical Society Museum

The Culver City Historical Society Museum in the Veterans Memorial Building announced it has re-opened after 1 1/2 years of pandemic closure. It has been newly re-decorated and offers more exhibits,...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    April 14, 2022

Culver City high school baseball is riding high in April

The Culver City high school varsity baseball team appears to be peaking at the right time. The Centaurs are 11-4 with an eight-game winning streak. During that streak they have outscored their...

 

What's next for Showtime?

Is this the most disappointing season in the history of the Los Angeles Lakers? That's the question all of Laker Nation will pondering during this year's playoffs. For a team many thought that would...

 

EARTH DAY – Preserving Our Home Sweet Home

“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of a difference you want to make.” – Jane...

 

Fun Day Planned for Earth Day

Celebrate Earth Day this Saturday, April 16, from10 am to 3 pm. Everyone's invited to this sunny, outdoor celebration of Planet Earth in beautiful Will Rogers State Historic Park, at the base of the...

 

EARTHDAY.ORG Launches The Great Global Cleanup for 2022

Washington, D.C. – EARTHDAY.ORG has announced that The Great Global Cleanup will return in April 2022. Since its inception, The Great Global Cleanup has provided opportunities for individuals and or...

 

Sacramento Democrats kill gas tax relief, transparency

By Jon Coupal As a participant in capital politics for more than 30 years, I’ve observed many abuses of power. Corruption, pettiness, gross narcissism, and dirty tricks have all increased in recent years both in terms of frequency and shock value....

 

Broadway to Freeway: Life and Times of a Vibrant Community 2022

April 1 – December 23 In the mid-20th century, the Broadway neighborhood was a thriving, tight-knit community in Santa Monica. Built by African American, Mexican American, and immigrant communities, the Broadway neighborhood was a haven for those...

 

Eviction Moratorium Extended

By David Ganezer Hours before California's eviction moratorium was set to expire, the State Legislature extended renter protections through the end of June. The extension only applies to tenants impacted by COVID who applied for rental assistance by...

 

Ukraine Pet Relief

Since Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on February 24, people have been fleeing the war-torn country, seeking safer shelters. There have been videos and photos of people holding onto...

 

CC Council Votes to Close Sidewalk to Pedestrians, Adding Space to Homeless Encampment Under 405

By a 4-1 vote, the Council approved a plan to build a sidewalk extension along the north side of Washington Boulevard under the 405 freeway “to increase pedestrian access.” The dissenting vote was cast by Vice Mayor Albert Vera. At Monday...

 

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