NEWS & HIGHLIGHTS
Established in 1928, the Palisadian-Post is the only newspaper offering complete coverage of Pacific Palisades.
The curfew has been expanded to the entire city to keep Angelenos safe. People in the City of Los Angeles are required to stay indoors tonight, starting at 8 p.m. until 5:30 a.m. on Sunday morning.
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Brentwood School, the elite K-12 Westside institution attended by many Palisadian families, applied for and received a federal government loan meant to help small businesses survive the COVID-19 pandemic and help keep employees on their payroll. https://www.palipost.com/?p=83178
A bi-monthly newspaper mailed on the first and third Wednesday of each month, covering Pacific Palisades.
Should mountain lions be listed as an endangered species? Should the killing of mountain lions be permitted in certain circumstances? These are some of the questions raised by Los Angeles lawmakers after the killing of a mountain lion earlier this month.
U.S. Border Patrol agents seized over 50 pounds of marijuana in an abandoned boat on Sunday that had been beached in Malibu recently.
A woman who crashed into a tree Friday in the Palisades highlands had to be air-lifted to a local hospital with serious injuries, the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) announced, the second major traffic incident in Pacific Palisades this past week.
The LA County Board of Supervisors recently voted to update the legal definition of "smoking" to include vaping and cannabis, officially banning e-cigs and pot at County beaches, including Will Rogers State Beach.
President Donald Trump is on the Westside this afternoon. The #POTUS's visit is expected to cause major traffic. Here are closures and delays to be aware of: