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February 8 , 2001

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On The Waterfront

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Shadow Government

LAX silences Inglewood

Hermosa Valley School student Allison Dettelbach pushes a wheelbarrow as the third grade prepares to add a student-run garden to its list of academic activities this Spring. Third grade teachers secured a grant from the Hermosa Beach Education Foundation for supplies, and the school PTO supplied funds for landscaping, piping and lumber. Community volunteer "Farmer Ed" Buker also donated dozens of hours to help create vegetable garden beds and connect a watering system.

Hermosa Beach

Valley School makes a killing with test scores

HB old timers give history lesson

Comic explores relationships in special Valentine’s show

Police Beat

Manhattan Beach

City approves increase of parking meter and citation fees

Metlox the big issue at candidate forum

Manhattan violent crime on the wane

Knabe demands a broader scope for LAX expansion plan

Manhattan group resumes ‘observation’ of city

BCHD breast feeding clinic

Book series illustrates path to better families

Police Beat

Redondo Beach

Power plan pondered by council

Schools mull test windfall

Jordan’s Queen Noor says children are key to peace

Code name: jack of all trades

Crash recovery slow but steady for RB teens

Police Beat

Sports

Fonoimoana defection sets stage for dueling VB tours

Redondo finds redemption in Inglewood upset

Mustangs pin Sea Hawks for league title

Costa knocks off SaMo Hi

Captain Jack