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Centro de Niños Help ‘Lift’ Families

CH2M HILL executives Jim Hunter, VP (center) and LA Area Manager and Gerard Orozco, Senior Vice President (left) and John Hanula receive Senate Recognition for their... Read more »

‘Race to the Top’ Moves Toward Compromise

The State Senate’s “Race to the Top” legislation was revived last Thursday Dec. 17 in the form of a second education reform bill SB X5-4, a gutted and amended... Read more »

Home Invasion Robbery in Monterey Park

Two masked gunmen carried out a home-invasion robbery in Monterey Park Dec. 17 and fled with a Porsche Carrera parked in the driveway, but there were no major injuries,... Read more »

County Fire Chief to Stay Longer

Los Angeles County Fire Chief P. Michael Freeman, who had announced plans to retire in March, will delay his departure for another year, county Supervisor Mike Antonovich... Read more »

City Terrace Homicide

Sheriff’s deputies in East Los Angeles asked for the public’s help this week to find the gunman who fatally shot a man in the City Terrace area. The shooting... Read more »

Pasadena Fire Chief Offers Rose Parade Safety Tips

Pasadena Fire Chief Dennis Downs reminded residents last week that the Rose Parade and Rose Bowl on Jan. 1, New Year’s Day, draw visitors from all over the world,... Read more »

Colorful Bell Gardens Pastorela Is a Homeland Holiday Tradition

Bell Gardens resident Waldo Gallardo says he usually gets one of two reactions when promoting the Christmas Posada and Pastorela (pageant): jubilation or confusion.... Read more »

Supervisors Secure LA Opera Bond With Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a $14 million private bond offering Dec. 8, secured by a lease of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, to support... Read more »

Community Calendar: December 24, 2009 – December 30, 2009

Today, Thursday, December 24 3-9pm—50th Annual LA County Holiday Celebration at the Music Center’s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. The annual free six-hour, Emmy-nominated... Read more »

Bell Gardens Police Employees Extend a Holiday Helping Hand

For the 17th year in a row, officers from the Bell Gardens Police Department have reached into their own pockets to make Christmas a little merrier for Bell Gardens... Read more »

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