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The Dolphins beat Granada Hills 6-5 to win the championship. Photo: Isabella Trask

PaliHi Boys Water Polo Wins 6th Straight City Title (Video)

By Sue Pascoe Editor It was an agonizing final minute for the Palisades High School boys water polo team. The poolside a
Palisades Crime: Man Arrested for Attempting to Drive Over Victim on Mount Holyoke Ave.

Palisades Crime: Man Arrested for Attempting to Drive Over Victim on Mount Holyoke Ave.

The following Oct. 14, 2017 crime report was supplied by LAPD Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore of the West L.A. Divisio
Senior Kimia Samandi and sophomore Sarah Bentley are among the returning runners who hope to capture a fifth straight city team title.

PaliHi Cross Country Season Gets Underway (Video)

This is a challenging time for Palisades High School cross country coach Bob Macias—and the season is barely underway.
Angelina Burton and Coach Carlos Gray.
Photo: Lesly Hall Photography

Angelina Burton Serves as PaliHi Girls Volleyball Team Captain

Captain Angelina Burton plays the outside hitter position for Palisades High School girls volleyball, which requires gre
Marijuana on display for sale in a Los Angeles dispensary.

Los Angeles Planning Commission to Discuss Draft Commercial Cannabis Location Restriction Ordinance

The Los Angeles Planning Commission will discuss the proposed commercial cannabis location restriction ordinance at its
Mark Fields Davidson, Michael-Anthony Nozzi and Drew Fitzsimmons.  Photo: Joy Daunis

Charismatic Cast Carries Theatre Palisades’ ‘The Fantasticks’

By Lila Seidman Special to the Palisades News Prefacing Friday’s sold-out opening of Theatre Palisades’ production o
Palisadians Marge Gold (left) and Sandra Eddy and watched the solar eclipse from a winery in Oregon. Photo: Bob Gold

Experiencing the Eclipse in Oregon

By Sandra Eddy Special to the Palisades News We began planning for the August 21 Solar Eclipse eight months ago on New Y
Pacific Palisades’ Bruce Schwartz Continues Beautification Work

Pacific Palisades’ Bruce Schwartz Continues Beautification Work

Bruce Schwartz, president of PRIDE, continued his beautification of Pacific Palisades with the parkway in front of Vons
This “bike rack” along Temescal Canyon Road was placed after a biker was killed on that roadway. According to the City, that fatality was scored as three in determining dangerous roadways. If a motorist had been killed in that spot, it would only score a one.

Biker Lives Count for More than Motorists

By Eric Preven & Joshua Preven Special to the Palisades News (Editor’s note: The following article, “Biker Lives