Post Tagged with: "Will Rogers State Beach"

PaliHi Beach Volleyball Begins Play

PaliHi Beach Volleyball Begins Play

By Sue Pascoe Editor Located just a mile from the Pacific Ocean and Will Rogers State Beach, Palisades High School has b
Pat Hines heads a PCH Safety Program. Law Enforcement officials were on hand when the program was announced in February at Will Rogers Beach.

Pat Hines Assigned to Work on PCH Safety

By Lila Seidman Staff Writer The Pacific Coast Highway is inextricably tied to the California dream: It’s scenic, icon
The City is proposing to drop the sunset-to-sunrise curfew at five beaches, including Will Rogers Beach.
Photo: Shelby Pascoe

Editorial: Beach Curfew and the Coastal Commission

Very few Pacific Palisades residents who have been following the beach curfew issue want to see the current midnight-to-
The City is proposing to drop the sunset-to-sunrise curfew at five beaches, including Will Rogers Beach.
Photo: Shelby Pascoe

Palisades News Letters: Curfew on Local Beaches

(Editor’s note: Several readers said that after reading the February 21 article about the possibility of the overnight
The City is proposing to drop the sunset-to-sunrise curfew at five beaches, including Will Rogers Beach.
Photo: Shelby Pascoe

Los Angeles Seeks to Drop Beach Curfew, Including at Will Rogers Beach in Pacific Palisades

By Sue Pascoe Editor The City of Los Angeles is planning to drop the current beach curfew (sunset to sundown) in five lo
Palisades News Letters: Beach Curfew Supported

Palisades News Letters: Beach Curfew Supported

Our public beaches are under assault. Since 1989, when the City of Los Angeles instituted a curfew, Will Rogers State Be
Officers, alerted to what appeared to be an abandoned car, found rifles in the trunk.
Photo: Sharon Kilbride

Guns, Ammo and Drugs Found in Parked Car in Santa Monica Canyon

An alert resident in Santa Monica Canyon noticed that a vehicle had been parked on the street across from his/her home f
Lifeguard Mara Silka worked with Junior Lifeguards in the summer of 2016.

Mara Silka Helps Guard Pacific Palisades Area Beaches

By Laura Carr Special to the Palisades News Growing up near the beach provides numerous benefits and opportunities for f
Via de las Olas, which was taken out of public use, may be reopened by the City if slope movement can be gauged.

City to Study Hydraugers on Palisades’ Via Bluffs

By Sue Pascoe Editor If residents living south of Sunset Boulevard, east of Temescal Canyon and west of Potrero failed t