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Fate of Eastside Murals Still Undecided

The unincorporated East Los Angeles-based Save the First Street Store Coalition experienced both a setback and win yesterday at a public hearing of the Los Angeles... Read more »

California ‘Dreamers’ May Get Licenses

Update: AB 2189 passed the Assembly on Aug. 30, the Governor has 30 days to sign the bill into law or veto it. A bill to allow undocumented youth under the age... Read more »

Mars Curiosity Rover Beams Song to Earth

It may not have been as historic as Neil Armstrong landing on the moon, but the occasion may have inspired several Roosevelt High School students who were among... Read more »

Montebello/Commerce Station To Get Eco-Friendly Upgrade

Montebello Bus Lines will oversee the revitalization of the Montebello/Commerce Metrolink Station. The $537,000 beautification project will include many upgrades... Read more »

‘Parklets’ Coming to Highland Park and El Sereno

Following the models of New York, San Francisco and Long Beach, the Los Angeles City Council on Aug. 24 approved mini public park spaces in downtown, Highland Park... Read more »

Assemblyman Acquitted of DUI Charges

Assemblyman Roger Hernandez, D-West Covina, was acquitted by a Contra Costa County jury last Friday of a drunken driving charge, and he said he was anxious to get... Read more »

Summer Night Lights Wraps Up

Saturday is the last day of the Summer Night Lights (SNL) Program, closing day celebrations are expected at participating sites including: recreation centers participating... Read more »

EZ Transit Pass Customers Can Transition to TAP

Starting Sept. 1, people who use the paper EZ transit pass — the monthly pass good for travel on 25 different public transit carriers throughout Los Angeles County... Read more »

Candidates Needed for LA Neighborhood Council Election

The elections for Los Angeles’ neighborhood councils, which provide guidance to the city on community issues, are coming up. The candidate filing deadline is Sept.... Read more »

Supervisors Address Noguez Allegations

Reacting to allegations that property tax agents slashed assessments for owners who gave money to John Noguez’s successful 2010 campaign for county assessor, the... Read more »

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