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Culver City Resident Celebrates 110th Birthday

Culver City resident turns 110 years old. Connie Lucero with her grandson Caniel Riperti celebrating her one hundred tenth birthday. She was born on July 7th 1912 in Texas on July 7, 1912. She had...

 

Culver City Democratic Club Endorses Puza and Fisch

Although filing for the November city council race had not yet opened the Culver City Democratic Club choose to move forward with endorsements. The club has endorsed City council Alex Fisch and Freddy...

 

Wende Museum Breaks Ground for Creative Community Center

The Wende Museum will soon start building the Glorya Kaufman Creative Community Center in the southern portion of its armory property at 10858 Culver Boulevard. Last month, the Museum and its...

 

Safety & Security Town Hall Scheduled for next week

The CCUSD Culver City Unified School District Board of Education be holding safety and security town hall meetings beginning on Thursday June 28 town hall meetings to inform and engage the community...

 

Stormwater Project to Capture Water Runnoff

City’s infrastructure can prevent 19 acre-feet of water per storm from overflowing to Ballona Creek and Santa Monica Bay At a June 30 event in Culver City, the West Basin Municipal Water District...

 

2 Culver City Businesses Robbed at Gunpoint in 2 Days

Two Culver City businesses, located less than a mile apart, were robbed at gunpoint over last weekend, local police said. The first robbery occurred about 9:25 a.m. on July 8 at Subway, located at 381...

 

Armed Robbery Suspect Nabbed after Dropping Car Keys at Crime Scene

A parolee who allegedly robbed a Culver City store at gunpoint was arrested this week after leaving his car keys at the crime scene, police said. The take-over armed robbery occurred about 2:20 p.m. o...

 

Culver City Police Arrest Felon With Gun

July 11th, Day Watch Officers of the Culver City Police Department conducted a traffic stop for several hazardous moving violations in the area of Sepulveda Blvd and Green Valley Circle. The officers...

 

79-Year-Old Woman Robbed at Gunpoint in Culver City

The Culver City Police Department is looking for a man who robbed at gunpoint a 79-year-old woman near the corner of Jefferson Boulevard and Indian Wood Road last Sunday. The victim was sitting on a fire hydrant after walking her dog when the...

 

Farnsworth Appointed Principal of Culver City Adult School

The Culver City Unified School Board has hired Lynda Farnsworth as principal of Culver City Adult School. Her appointment was approved by the School Board at its recent meeting. “Lynda is a...

 

Governors Summit with Local Water Leaders Urges Increased Drought Response

The State of California once again finds itself in the midst of a severe drought, with historically dry conditions expected to continue indefinitely. While this news should come as no surprise to...

 

Culver City Chamber of Commerce Launches Nationwide Search for New President & CEO

The Culver City Chamber of Commerce has launched a nationwide search for a new President & CEO, following the departure of Colin Diaz earlier this year. Contracting with the executive search firm of...

 

Property Value Decrease is Reviewable

By Jeff Prang Los Angeles County Assessor There’s an important date that will allow property owners to file an application that may allow for a decrease in their property tax because of a decrease in value of the very same property. The date is...

 

Farnsworth Appointed Principal of Culver City Adult School

The Culver City Unified School Board has hired Lynda Farnsworth as principal of Culver City Adult School. Her appointment was approved by the School Board at its recent meeting. “Lynda is a...

 

Governors Summit with Local Water Leaders Urges Increased Drought Response

The State of California once again finds itself in the midst of a severe drought, with historically dry conditions expected to continue indefinitely. While this news should come as no surprise to...

 

79-Year-Old Woman Robbed at Gunpoint in Culver City

The Culver City Police Department is looking for a man who robbed at gunpoint a 79-year-old woman near the corner of Jefferson Boulevard and Indian Wood Road last Sunday. The victim was sitting on a fire hydrant after walking her dog when the...

 

Stormwater Project to Capture Water Runnoff

City’s infrastructure can prevent 19 acre-feet of water per storm from overflowing to Ballona Creek and Santa Monica Bay At a June 30 event in Culver City, the West Basin Municipal Water District...

 

Westfield Mall Shooting

On June Tuesday June 28 at approximately 7:40 pm, the Culver City Police Department responded to a call of a shooting the Westfield Culver City (6000 Sepulveda Blvd). Multiple witnesses reported two...

 

Culver City Starts Car-Free Weekends on Main Street

Main Street is now a car-free zone on the weekends. Last Friday, Culver City began closing Main Street between Culver Boulevard and the city limit to car traffic on weekends. Water-filled barricades...

 

Smith Named as CCUSD Assistant Supt. of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The Culver City Unified School District has hired Dr. Jennifer Smith as its first Assistant Superintendent of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Smith, who has nearly 23 years of experience in...

 

12 Culver City Businesses Achieve Sustainability Certifications

On June 1, 2022, Culver City Mayo Daniel Lee commended 12 newly certified sustainable businesses as part of Culver City's Sustainable Business Certification Program (Certification Program) at Temple...

 

Culver City Inks $12-Million Contract With Exodus Recovery to Manage New Housing for the Homeless

Culver City Council this week approved a three-year, $12-million agreement with Exodus Recovery to serve as the lead operator, supportive service provider and property manager for the two new housing...

 

CalAPP to Speed up Solar Rooftop Permitting Process

California Launches CalAPP to Spur Rooftop Solar Growth by Cutting Costly Red Tape that Slows Solar Installations California recently launched a first-in-the-nation initiative to spur growth in rooftop solar and reduce consumer costs by cutting red...

 

Fireworks Illegal in Culver City

The sale or possession of any kind of fireworks, including the state-approved kind, is against the law in Culver City. Despite the historic drought and risk of wildfire, there are still hundreds of...

 

Meet and Greet the Candidate

Culver City Council candidate Denice Renteria will hold a question and answer meeting on Wednesday, July 6th, 7pm. At Dinah's Family Restaurant, 6521 S Sepulveda Blvd (off Centinela). *With special gu...

 

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