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CCPD Seeks Suspects in Marijuana Heist

On Wednesday, December 6, approximately 7:35 pm Culver City Police responded to a call for service of an armed robbery that had just occurred at a marijuana dispensary located at the 3700 block of...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    December 7, 2023 

Singleton is the new Culver City High School boy's head basketball coach

It's a new basketball season at Culver City high school and the Centaurs have a new head boys basketball coach, Ray Singleton. Singleton was an assistant coach last season to head coach Michael...

 

When Santa's Sleigh Will Visit Your Neighborhood

Once again this year The Culver City Police Officers' Association (CCPOA) is helping spread joy throughout the holiday season by bringing Santa's Sleigh to the city. On multiple nights throughout...

 

CCUSD Board of Education Selects Brian Lucas, Ed.D.,

as the After conducting a nationwide search and receiving extensive input from district employees and the community, the Culver City Unified School District Board of Education is honored and excited...

 

Culver City teens travel to Bogota, Columbia for a cultural exchange with profound lesson

Austin Jones, Kenny Jones, Max Mahon, Ross Borden and chaperone Keith Jones travelled to the mountain town of Tenjo, Columbia just outside of Bogota last summer. They utilized the universal language o...

 

Thieves Net $200 in Armed Robbery

On Monday, November 20, at 11:48 pm, Culver City police officers responded to a reported armed robbery at the 3900 block of Sepulveda Boulevard. Upon arrival, officers discovered that the suspect had...

 

The Willows Community School

The Willows Community School, located in Culver City, is a developmental kindergarten through eighth grade independent school enrolling 475 students annually. Recognized as a balanced, progressive...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    December 7, 2023 

Council Continues Virtual Input at Council Meetings

The Monday night, Culver City Council Meeting on November 13 council voted unanimously to continue to allow public comments to be heard at meetings via virtual participation. Vice Mayor Yasmine...

 

CCPD Investigates Hate Crime Incident

The Culver City Police Department is actively investigating a possible hate incident that occurred in Culver City. On Friday, December 1, the Culver City Police Department was made aware of flyers...

 

Stevens Named Director of Parks and Recreation

The City of Culver City is pleased to announce that Ted Stevens is the City's new Parks, Recreation, and Community Services (PRCS) Director. Upon accepting the position, Ted said, "I am truly honored...

 

Los Angeles County DBA's

If you have already filed your DBA and it needs to be published, just scan the front page of the certified copy and email it to: publisher@culvercityobserver.com. We will publish it for 4 weeks....

 

TOO TOXIC TO TRASH EVENT DECEMBER 2ND

Household Hazardous Waste & Electronic Waste Drive-Thru Collection Event Saturday, December 2, 2023 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Wende Museum Front Parking Lot 10808 Culver Boulevard Culver City For more...

 

George Albert Molino

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of George Albert Molino, age 96, of Culver City, CA on September 29, from complications due to Alzheimer's. A beloved husband, father, brother to...

 

The 12th man helps Culver City football off the field

The National Football League (NFL) has the Seattle Seahawks that have the 12th man. Their 12th man is the Seattle fans in the stands that are so boisterous and supportive that they are called the...

 

Culver City Downtown Business Association 2023 Holiday Tree Lighting-Santa Arrives with Police Escort

Downtown Culver City is delighted to bring snow and sledding back to this year's Annual Tree Lighting Sled-tacular! To enjoy the snow, be sure to REGISTER IN ADVANCE to sign your waiver so you can...

 

Condemnation of Recent Israel Attacks

The City Council discussed, modified, and approved a resolution condemning the recent attacks on Israel and standing in solidarity with Israel and its people, as well as expressing deep concern for...

 

Culver City Police Investigate Assault with Deadly Weapon and Petty Theft

Culver City Police Investigate Assault with Deadly Weapon and Petty Theft On Saturday evening, November 25, at approximately 8:19 pm, Culver City Police received a call for service regarding a petty...

 

Screenland Training Session

Olympic Gold Medalist LaShinda Demus and other accomplished local coaches, athletes and trainers will lead a free "Couch to Screenland 5K" training session, Sun., Dec. 3, 3 pm, at Culver City High...

 

La Serna knocks Culver City football out of the CIF playoffs

In sports someone has to win and someone has to lose. Unfortunately for the Culver High School's football team they came out on the losing end of a hard-fought battle against La Serna from the city...

 

CCHS girls track team will compete for a CIF Championship

On Saturday at Moorpark high school Culver City high school girls will try to run their way into the history books when they try to win the school's first CIF Championship in track and field. The...

 

The Culver City Symphony Orchestra Launches New Season

The Culver City Symphony Orchestra The Culver City Symphony Orchestra presents the opening concert of the 2023/24 season, with our new Music Director-Conductor, Maestro Clyde Mitchell, as we...

 

AVPA Presents The Laramie Project

Culver City High School's Academy of Visual and Performing Arts (AVPA) Program will present The Laramie Project, in concert with Center Theatre Group's Kirk Douglas Theatre. The Laramie Project is a...

 

Centaur football clicking on all cylinders at the right time

Perfection is like catching lighting in a bottle. It's impossible to achieve but the Culver City High School football team is hoping to come close to faultlessness against La Serna on Friday. Kick...

 

Homeless Encampment Responsible for Freeway Fire?

By Stephen HADLAND Los Angeles motorists should expect traffic snarls during the Monday commute as crews assess how much damage was caused by a raging fire over the weekend that closed a major...

 

Gary Martin, Longtime Sony Pictures Exec and MPTF Benefactor, Dies at 79

Gary Martin, the longtime Sony Pictures executive and major supporter of the Motion Picture & Television Fund who has a historic Wizard of Oz soundstage named for him, has died. He was 79. Martin died Thursday of natural causes at his home in...

 

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