The Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit filed Wednesday is aimed at Cronies Sports Grill on Kanan Road in Agoura Hills and the Tinhorn Flats Saloon & Grill on Magnolia Boulevard in Burbank.
As people around Southern California have gotten their errands completed in creative ways since the pandemic shut down many indoor activities, announcements that some restrictions are now lifted came as exciting but surprising news for business owners.
Orange County CEO Frank Kim said that it is unlikely the county will adopt any more restrictive terms.
Services and activities such as outdoor dining and personal services may resume immediately with required modifications, county officials announced Monday.
SANTA MONICA—In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 throughout Los Angeles County, the city of Santa Monica announced that the Santa Monica Pier will temporarily close for the New Year’s holiday weekend from Wednesday, December 30 at 10 p.m. through Monday, January 4, 2021 at 6 a.m. The City’s Code Enforcement COVID-19 details […]
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BEVERLY HILLS- On Tuesday, December 29, the City of Beverly Hills announced that they will remain under the State’s Regional Stay-at-Home. The regional Order was set to expire on Monday, December 28, but was extended for the Southern California region. The Stay-at-Home Order urges residents to stay home as much as possible, requires face coverings […]
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The order bans nearly all private and public gatherings. It also bans restaurant dining, both indoor and outdoor.
A business owner is now facing a lawsuit after defying coronavirus rules and keeping her salon open during stay-at-home orders.
California officials Tuesday sent out an emergency push notification to mobile phones statewide to notify residents about the stay-at-home order.
A regional Stay-at-Home order is set to go into effect Saturday afternoon in 11 Southern California counties after the region’s available ICU beds dropped under 15%.