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Patrons still dine at tables outside Main Street restaurants

Forget “speakeasies.” The county health order prohibits dining inside and outside restaurants, according to Lt. Nick Nicholas, public information officer for the Seal Beach Police...

Second COVID-19 shutdown comes to town

A man pounded on the window of the Sun office early Monday morning, yelling that the paper had better report on the lockdown. Many people...

City Council votes to streamlines electric car charging permit process

Following a public hearing, the City Council voted unanimously on Monday, Nov. 9, to change the way the city issues permits for electric car...

Candidates for Seal Beach City Council answer questions

The Sun Newspapers asked each of the City Council candidates the following three questions. Note that answer for each question was limited to 100...

Developer expects Rivers End Park to be complete by end of...

Work on the River’s End Park, on First Street, should be complete by the end the month, according to Cory Yoder, community development director...

City launches $30K marketing campaign

Posters in the windows of shops both thriving and empty, as well as a banner across Main Street at the PCH intersection, urge Seal...

Council OKs massive police and jail reorg

The City Council this week unanimously approved a plan to reorganize the Seal Beach Police Department and the city jail. No one will be...

Seal Beach’s water and sewer rate system will change next year

Council expected to set date for public hearing in September The City Council is expected to set a date for a public hearing on Seal...

Council OKs cameras, new TASERs for Seal Beach Police

The Seal Beach City Council unanimously approved the Police Department’s purchase of body cameras and TASERs at this week’s meeting. This was initially a Consent...

City to upgrade phone system, develop IT strategic plan

Priorities for this year’s city of Seal Beach IT program include implementing the use of Office 365 software by mid-August and updating the city’s...
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