by David Rosenfeld, The Beach Reporter

For students at Alta Vista Elementary School, learning about bike safety actually looked pretty fun.

Students in grades 3rd, 4th and 5th brought their bikes to school last Friday to take part in the...

by David Mendez

When Charlene Dipaola was in middle school, she wasn’t able to bike from home to her classes each day.

“No, sadly; I grew up in the Philippines, and my school was an hour away by driving,” Dipaola said. “...

Join us Saturday, May 20 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. to enjoy local businesses on Artesia Boulevard  

Put some walking shoes on and get ready to “WalkAbout Redondo” to meet local businesses in a fun, family-friendly event....

Take advantage of this opportunity to connect with other parents and discuss shared challenges.

Join South Bay Families Connected (SBFC) for a variety of monthly parent education events, including parenting tips,...

It is my distinct pleasure to be joining Beach Cities Health District (BCHD) as the Chief Executive Officer. Thanks to 12 years of outstanding leadership and innovation from Susan Burden, who retired in October, I’m fortunate enough to be inheriting a...

by Eric Garner, BCHD Senior Communications Specialist

Every morning at Pennekamp Elementary School in Manhattan Beach begins the same way. Before the first class bell sounds, nearly 600 students, teachers and parents gather together in...

As you write your new year’s resolution list, consider adding a healthy dose of volunteerism in your life. Research shows that those who give back to their community and make positive differences in people’s lives reap a variety of...

At Beach Cities Health District (BCHD), we use outcomes and data as the measuring sticks for our success, especially when evaluating our more than 21 evidence based community health programs and services currently being implemented in the Beach Cities...

by Kelcie Pegher, The Beach Reporter

You'll have to forgive the Beach Cities Health District new CEO if he misspeaks—sometimes he mistakenly refers to his new bosses, the board of directors, as the council. After 28 years in city government,...

by Michael Hixon, The Beach Reporter

The Beach Cities Health District and the Blue Zones Project celebrates its participating restaurants with more than 20 beach cities eateries Sunday, March 5, at the Manhattan Beach Civic Plaza, located at...

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