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A Birthday, a Wedding and an ‘Unbreakable Date’ Provoke Hostility and Suspicion in Council Election

A Birthday, a Wedding and an ‘Unbreakable Date’ Provoke Hostility and Suspicion in  Council Election

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Park at Your Own Risk

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Fore!

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Taking the Tortoise for a Stroll

Taking the Tortoise for a Stroll

By MATTHEW MEYER | Reporter If you see an 80-pound reptile lumbering down the sidewalks of Pacific Palisades this year, have no fear, that’s just Central the tortoise, out for a stroll around his new hometown. Palisadian Peter Sheehy and his family recently adopted the 10-year-old African spurred tortoise who likes to stretch his legs on Read the full article…

Gas Station ‘Undesirables’ Fear

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Polhill Hangs Tough in Contentious School Board Race

Polhill Hangs Tough in Contentious School Board Race

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‘Earny’: From Israel to the Bay and (Finally) LA

‘Earny’: From Israel to the Bay and (Finally) LA

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CRIME REPORT

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The ‘Mobile Homeless’ Baffled by Village Map of Where to Sleep

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Rainiest Season in a Decade Continues

Rainiest Season in a Decade Continues

By MATTHEW MEYER and SARAH SHMERLING Rain fell more heavily than anticipated early this week, bolstering Los Angeles’ rainiest season in a decade but also contributing to the infrastructure woes that have accompanied heavy rainfall in recent months. As of Tuesday, Pacific Palisades had received 17.42” this rainy season, measured from July 1 to June Read the full article…

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