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Eriksson Widens Lead Over Puza

Councilman Goran Eriksson increased his lead over challenger Freddy Puza by 1 vote which currently stand at A20 vote lead. As of press time the current vote totals in the Culver City City Council...

 

Covid-19 Transmission Surges in LA County, Culver City

With Covid-19 cases surging and hospitalizations nearing records, the Los Angeles County Health officials has announced new restrictions to curb the spread of the virus that has so far claimed more...

 

Hailey Horn-Bostel Earns Dean's Award with Distinction

)-- Hailey Horn-Bostel, a member of the Colgate University Class of 2022, has earned the spring 2020 Dean's Award with Distinction. Horn-Bostel is a Psychological Science major from Culver City, CA...

 

Ron Coleman Dead at 85

Ron Coleman was born in Culver City on Jan. 27, 1935, and died on Oct. 30, 2020. Ron went to be with the Lord, his loved ones shared. He grew up in Westchester, Calif., and attended El Camino College...

 

Culver City Police Receive Green Light to Hire More Jailers

City Council has approved a plan to hire 3 more jailers to bring Culver City "in compliance with Class 1 jail regulations immediately before someone hurts themselves." The proposal, which would cost...

 

Armed Robber Hits 7-11

On Tuesday November 17, 2020 at approximately 8:25 PM, Culver City Police Officers received a radio call of an armed robbery that just occurred at 7-11, located at 5495 Sepulveda Blvd. CCPD officers...

 

CCHS Annual Giving Campaign kicks off December 1

Culver City High School is one week away from kicking off their Annual Giving Campaign which starts Giving Tuesday, December 1, 2020. Giving Tuesday was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that en...

 

Culver City Transportation Department Named "Transit Agency of the Year"

The Culver City Transportation Department is being recognized by the California Transit Association for its accomplishments with the Distinguished Transit Agency of the Year Award for 2020. The...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    November 26, 2020 

Culver City's highly ranked football team is training and hoping at the same time

Culver City's football team is training hard and everyone is keeping their fingers crossed that their will be a season played despite the coronavirus. The Centaurs have a lot to lose if their season...

 

Los Angeles County DBA's

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Eriksson Still Clinging to 3rd Place in Council Race

With mailed-in ballots being counted daily, Mayor Goran Eriksson is still clinging to third place in the City Council election, according by the Los Angeles County Registrar. The latest election...

 

Amed Robber Hits 7-11

On Tuesday November 17, 2020 at approximately 8:25 PM, Culver City Police Officers received a radio call of an armed robbery that just occurred at 7-11, located at 5495 Sepulveda Blvd. CCPD officers arrived on scene within one minute, however the...

 

CC Police Seeking Suspect In Armed Robbery at Trader Joe's

Culver City police are looking for a man who committed a brazen armed robbery at Trader Joe's last Friday. The suspect is described a black man, 20 to 30 years of age, approximately 6-foot tall, thin...

 

Eriksson Overtakes Puza for 3rd Place in Tight City Council Race

Culver City Mayor Goran Eriksson received good news from the Los Angeles County Registrar this week but the City Council race is not over as mailed-in ballots are still being counted daily. The...

 

Culver CityCovid-19 Update: 470 Cases

Experiencing the same surge as its neighbors, Culver City recorded a sharp uptick in the rate of Coronavirus infection over the past month, the County Health Department has announced. As of press...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    November 12, 2020

COVID-19 implication on flu vaccination rates

DEAR EDITOR,, On a Saturday morning, during the month October 2020; more than 80 cars are lined up on the streets adjacent to a medical office building in Culver City, California. It is noted that...

 

CCUSD Announces Sponsor-a-Family Program to Help District Families in Need

Culver City Unified School District recognizes that the holiday season can be stressful for families who are most in need. Again, this year, CCUSD School and Family Support Services is coordinating...

 

Highly ranked Culver City football team getting ready for the season

For the past three years Culver City high school has had one of the best football programs in the state. Now the Centaurs have arrived. They are ranked 24th in the state and 16th in Southern...

 

Center Theatre Group Digital Stage Schedule

Premiering This Week: “Disgraced” premieres November 11 at 12 p.m. Pacific. Audio production streamed free to the public and available on demand until January 10, 2021 at https://www.centertheatregroup.org/digitalstage/streami...

 

Friend SSSHC Annual Meeting

You are invited to the Friends of the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center’s annual meeting and program virtually this year. The zoom is scheduled for Monday, November 16, 2020. Installation of officers and President Diana Hauptman’s review of the...

 

CCFD Puts Out Fire in Palms

Culver City and Los Angeles firefighters extinguished a fire at a vacant commercial building on Thursday. Heavy smoke poured from the building at 10801 W. Venice Blvd., according to Nicholas Prange of the Los Angeles Fire Dept."Crews fighting fire...

 

med Robber Hits 7-11

Ar On Tuesday November 17, 2020 at approximately 8:25 PM, Culver City Police Officers received a radio call of an armed robbery that just occurred at 7-11, located at 5495 Sepulveda Blvd. CCPD officers arrived on scene within one minute, however the...

 

McMorrin, Vera, Puza Top City Council Race; Measure B Headed for Defeat,

Two political newcomers and a former city commissioner are on the verge of winning the 3 seats on the Culver City Council while the controversial Measure B is headed for defeat. With mail-in ballots...

 

Race Begins for Mitchell's State Senate Seat

With Holly Mitchell winning a seat on the powerful the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, the race for her current post in the State Senate has begun. Mitchell, who handily defeated former LA...

 

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